JYJ, The Meaning of the Successful Finish of the Asia Tour… Now, it’s North America!
Group JYJ (Jaejoong, Yoochun, Junsu) successfully completed its Asia Tour.
The “JYJ World Tour 2011” which began in April in Thailand and crossed onto Taiwan and landed in China showed off the unchanged abilities of JYJ to sing live to about ten thousand fans who packed the Saotuji Gymnasium of Beijing on the 7th and received their heated cheers.
This Asia Tour, which created a procession of sold-outs for all concerts and drew approximately 43,000 people in four stops, became a topic of conversation due to having Kanye West and Rodney Jerkins collaborate. Further, it showed a perfect stage of live performances comprised of the songs contained in JYJ’s World Wide album “The Beginning” and JYJ’s self-made songs.
If one were to find the meaning of the Asia Tour that has concluded with the Beijing concert, it is that JYJ has succeeded in catching two birds—JYJ has revealed that they are alive and well as Asia’s stars and simultaneously had Kim Jaejoong successfully debut as a concert director. Read More →
Fan Account 5: 110507 JYJ Concert in Beijing
I’m going to talk about the overall concert and then go into individual songs, just in case people don’t want to read a super long fanaccount, they can just read the first part ^^
This is was one of the best concerts that I have been to, hands down. Over my 7 years of being a DBSK fan, this is one of the proudest I have ever been of any of the boys. The concert brought tears to my eyes, even more so because I knew how much effort that went into it.
First of all, the stage design was not exactly what was expected. I heard that they had some problems w/ the protruding stage, but I don’t think it made much of a difference. The way it was, I think it offered a better view even for the fans in the back of the stadium.
The fan projects that happened were really great. This was my second time being part of a green ocean (first being during Mirotic Con in Shanghai in 2009) and it was still as beautiful as I remembered it. I’m really glad JJ’s fans do it every concert, I’m sure it brings a great sense of nostalgia and love to Jaejoong and he always seems to love it a lot. Read More →
We translated and posted happy news about Yoochun being #1 currently on Paeksang’s popularity awards ^__^. See here.
Now International Fans can also vote. Here are the instructions:
These bellow steps are for International fans who want to vote for Yoochun at Baeksang popularity award via ENGLISH site on smart phone ~ This site may works with the other countries besides the US so PLEASE try voting for Yoochun if your country is not on the list of “6002yuchin”‘s tweet.
You need to understand English, have a smart phone, a credit card & follow these steps:
Fan Account 2: A while after returning home Was at a loss first Then dazed
Maybe Is hould still record down some things…
Song Without a Name made me choke with tears. I didn’t shout a single “TVXQ’. Walking into the stadium I saw a stretch of red next to it a stretch of green; my heart wrenched tightly. I gave the empty-handed auntie holding a complimentary ticket beside me a red lightstick. I was stunned that the stadium shouted not “encore” but “TVXQ”. I regret that despite the prompts on the screen, despite the three of them giving signals, the stadium still did not successfully start the wave. Seeing the multicolored lightsticks made me suddenly thinking of the same song (T/N: referring to Song w/o a name I think) I went all out shouting JYJ shouting Kim Jaejoong shouting Park Yoochun shouting Kim Junsu shouted till I lost my voice. After the concert ended I bought a red JYJ pouch silently put in umbrella and fan with DBSK printed on it…
Chinese fans, I had such a great time. It’s Parents’ Day today, let’s be good sons and daughters to our parents!
Jaejoong tweeted again, this time about public affairs!
If the public were to throw the trash away properly, doesn’t it mean that there should be many trash cans on the roads? However, to impose on the public a fine of 50,000 KRW (approximately 50 USD) because they threw away the trash on top of the lids of the few trashcans that are actually present, I think, is wrong. I think it will not do if an environment that allows the public to show model behavior of advanced countries is not provided for.
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