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Sunday, November 28, 2010

[TRANS] 101125 JYJ Become Honorary Duty Free Branch Managers?

Group JYJ's Kim Jaejoong, Park Yoochun and Kim Junsu have become honorary branch managers for Lotte Duty Free.

Kim Jaejoong is the honorary manager for the Incheon Airport branch, Park Yoochun is the honorary manager for the Gimhae Airport branch and Kim Junsu is the honorary manager for the Busan branch.

Netizens who saw this left funny comments such as, "If there was a real manager like them, I would do anything it takes to be hired there...", "Incheon Airport is going to be more hectic than ever before because of Kim Jaejoong" and, "The honorary manager is so handsome... He makes me want to go to the airport every day!"

Source: [TVDaily+DNBN]
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Saturday, November 27, 2010

[TRANS] 101126 JYJ World Wide Concert Performing in Dome

JYJ (Jaejoong, Yoochun, Junsu) will be holding their first world wide concert ‘JYJ Worldwide Concert in Seoul’ in Seoul Jamsil Olympic Stadium which would be transformed to a dome with the roof covered.

On the 20th the organizer stated, “JYJ first worldwide concert in Seoul would be covered with a roof to solve the problem about the weather and sound quality which always happen with outdoor performance stages yet at the same time, giving the best stage to the fans in Jamsil Olympic Stadium.”

The stadium would be covered like a dome to maximize the lightning effect as well as the sound quality compared to a open outdoor performance which have these as their weak points.

Despite the cold weather on the day of the event (it’s winter when the concert is going to hold), fans will be able to enjoy the show warmly in the dome.

The dome is being constructed with a new, safer kind of textile fabric (as opposed to traditional steel cables). Jamsil Olympic Stadium is the first domed theater of this magnitude in Korea, even on a global scale few other performance halls have adopted such a unique, lightweight construction method.

C-JeS Entertainment, reports that “No doubt this concert will be the best show ever, featuring the best quality of stage presentation, production, and sound.” The agency goes on to say that it will do its best to “provide audience members with the most unforgettable concert experience of their lives."

The JYJ Worldwide Concert in Seoul will be directed by Jeri Slaughter, a well-known concert producer who has worked with international stars Mariah Carey, Jennifer Lopez and Christina Aguilera.

Tickets for the concert has been selling fast. At the first-round of pre-sale ticket buying on Interpark website on October 19th, seats were sold out in just 20 minutes. The popularity of the K-pop sensation was proved once again when another batch of 20,000 tickets was also sold out in a second pre-sale ticket buying.

The JYJ Worldwide Concert in Seoul is a two-day event that will be held on November 27th and 28th with a total seating of 100,000 (50,000 for each show).

Source: NewsPrime + Daum
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[VIDEO] 101125 HoMin Back from Japan - Gimpo

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Saturday, November 13, 2010

[ALLKPOP] JYJ’s P1 visas denied, members to put on a free concert

Recently, we broke the news about some trouble brewing for JYJ’s US Concert Tour, and now it has been officially confirmed – the boys allegedly can’t get working visas, so they’re unable to claim an income from the sales.

ENTITLED ENTERTAINMENT recently updated their website confirming what we first reported, and they’ve also shed light that the members will pay for the showcase themselves to honor their commitment to their fans in the US. In other words, they will perform free concerts for the fans.

JYJ’s P1 Visas Denied for US Performance

Members decides to pay for showcase themselves to honor their commitment to their fans in the US

11 November 2010 – JYJ has decided to go ahead and perform for their fans in the US despite being denied of their P1 visas. Cjes Management, the management company for JYJ has stated that it is of utmost importance that JYJ keeps their promise to their fans and they have been in New York since the 9th to await the decision only to be given the disappointing news.

According to US lawyers advising the team on the situation, JYJ will still be able to take stage on the condition that the performance is free and they receive no monetary benefit for the performance. Due to the fact that substantial costs has already been incurred by the promoters for production, flights, accommodations, there will still be a financial responsibility to be fulfilled which JYJ has decided to undertake this upon themselves to make the events happen.

Says Cjes Entertainment CEO, Mr Baek Chang Ju, “We are still awaiting the official reason to why their P1 visas have been denied since the band has followed every procedure required and also did their interviews accordingly. We are extremely puzzled by this matter and will continue investigations into it. For now, JYJ’s primary objective is to make sure that fans are still able to catch the showcase. Hence we have decided to step in on all costs associated with putting on the show to make sure that the events go on as planned.”

All venues have been informed on setting up FAQs on how fans can receive a refund on the tickets they bought. In addition, fans who have paid for a ticket will also receive a ticket to the free showcase. The rest of the tickets will be allocated on a first come first serve basis from Ticketmaster.

The refund process will start at 12pm on the 11th November 2010.

It’s good to see JYJ’s commitment to their fans despite the issues that they’re having.

Source: http://www.entitledent.com/jyj/

[ALLKPOP] BREAKING: JYJ’s tour in shambles, possible cancellation?

JYJ has been surrounded by a lot of controversy lately due to the sudden cancellations of their Seattle, San Francisco, and Hawaii stops on their ‘JYJ World Tour‘. Now, multiple sources close to the tour have recently come forward to allkpop and have disclosed that preparations for the remaining three stops (New York, Las Vegas, Los Angeles) have been nothing short of a free-flowing disaster.

According to these sources, JYJ’s PR team was scheduled to go to the Korean press this morning to announce the cancellation of the entire U.S. leg of their world tour.

The tour was already on the verge of a breakdown, as the shows were already privately called off at two or three different times. Yet somehow, they decided that the show had to limp on, despite the fact that the boys now no longer had venues to perform in.

Apparently, the respective venues for each stop were contacted this morning and informed that the shows were off. Now though, after their most recent change of heart, the production team is scrambling to re-book or find alternative stages for JYJ to perform on, as a way of avoiding cancelling the shows altogether.

With the New York show less than 24 hours away, their team is already racing against the clock. However, the team has been served a shorter deadline from the higher echelons of the agency – if venues cannot be secured in 12 hours, JYJ’s management will pull the plug on the entire U.S. operation.

Even if JYJ’s team did manage to find venues, the sources declared that they’re forced at this point to make at least one of them a free concert. The boys allegedly can’t get working visas, and so they’re unable to claim an income from the sales. Fans who have already purchased the expensive tickets can feel a little relief in knowing that they will be reimbursed fully, regardless of whether the show will go on or not.

An announcement made over JYJ’s official ‘US Tour’ Facebook page (“HUGE NEWS BREWING. STAY TUNED…“) indicated to our sources that it could only be one of the two aforementioned outcomes: a free show (which is what they are shooting for), or the cancellation of the entire U.S. tour.

Just to be clear, there is no official confirmation from JYJ’s people that they have indeed cancelled all three remaining shows. However, sources within JYJ’s camp have regrettably acknowledged that our information surrounding the tour is accurate. So unless a minor miracle happens, fans may be in for crushing news, but either way, the bottom line is that things are a mess.

Stay tuned to allkpop for further updates on this breaking news.

Update: If we didn’t make it clear enough, please realize that this is not the direct fault of JYJ themselves. We have not said anything, nor have we inferred anything of the sort.

Rather, we believe that this mess revolves around patchy planning and faulty management, along with schemes made by public relations individuals to try and twist the reality of the situation into something that would make it appear more attractive to the fans.

Furthermore, while you should rightfully feel sympathetic for JYJ, please also remember the staff, venues, vendors, and all the other innocent bystanders who were caught up in the crossfire of poor decision-making. JYJ will always have your support to lean on, but the lives of others who were adversely affected do not have anything nearly as strong to support them.

For now, JYJ fans should simply hope that their management can pull everything together at the last minute and put on a great show for all their loyal supporters, even if it is a free concert.


Tuesday, October 19, 2010

[VIDEO] 101018 JYJ - "The beginning" showcase in Seoul

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[NEWS] 101018 Kim Junsu Won Rookie Award As ‘Mozart’ Actor

On the 18th at 19:30, Kim Junsu beat his counterparts ‘Sopyonje’ Kim Tae Hoon, ‘Mozart’ Park Eun Tae, and ‘Phantom of The Opera’ Jung Sang Hyun to win the rookie award at 16th Korea Musical Award held in KBS Hall in Seoul, South Korea.

Other than Kim Junsu, the actors from ‘Billy Elliot’ musical were also jointly awarded as best rookies namely Kim Se Yong, Lee Ji Myung, Im Seon Woo, and Jeong Jin Hoo.

Kim Junsu, “To be given such big prize, I want to start spreading this grateful to my Godfather. I also want to express my gratitude to EMK representative Um Hong Hyun and all ‘Mozart!’ staffs and actors. To me who is unfamiliar to musical, Park Eun Tae hyung taught me a lot thus I want to say all thanks to him as well. At first I felt hesitated to receive this musical offer. There were also problems with TVXQ but I was given courage and strength by CS’ Baek, so as representative to everyone, thank you very much.”

‘Billy Elliot’ actors also gave their impressions, “We’re going to work to be the next best actors, we’ll show you the even better figure to stand on this stage in the future,”

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