This video more fully captures the press conference for the JS Foundation that took place yesterday than the video we translated here. ^__^
Jaejoong: Yes, hello, this is JYJ’s Kim Jaejoong. Ah… we’ve come to participate in this charity game—We’ve heard that this game is a great event for the Vietnamese youth. It would make me so happy if through this game the kids come to have many dreams and hopes. Because we are able to participate, I am so happy and excited.
Despite (what it looks like), I am actually a member of Captain Kim Junsu-nim’s team FC MEN, as others will attest. So I am a member… Even though I have not yet played a game… Haha… Just as I have always cheered for FC MEN in the background, I will make sure to cheer (in this charity game) with all of my heart, as well. Read More →
WorldClassJJ and Herose are the Japanese and Korean fansites of Jaejoong that brought us the Jaejoong Buses!
World Class jj:
I am always thankful to you.
I saw the Bus! So cool!!
Let’s meet each other in Japan again-!
Jaejoong’s Autograph for Herose ^__^ Read More →
Global Star JYJ (Jaejoong, Yoochun, Junsu) will gift dreams and hope to the Asian young boys soccer players with “Oxygen Tank” Park Jisung (Manchester United).
JYJ received invitations to attend the first-ever Asian Dream Cup that will be held in Vietnam’s Tong Nhat Stadium in Ho Chi Minh City on the 15th. This game is a charity game that is sponsored by JS Foundation established by Park Jisung. Park Jooyoung (AS Monaco), Ki Sungyong (Celtic), Jung Daesae (Bohum) and such famous players will form one team to compete with Butterfly Bank, a Vietnam Club Team.
JYJ who is leading the Korean wave plans to up the atmosphere by standing on the celebratory stage of the half time of the game and singing their hit songs. Furthermore, they will also themselves participate in the young boys soccer clinic to show their love for soccer. Aside from JYJ, the actress Han Hyejin will attend as Festival Lady. Read More →
JYJ Japanese Fandom Donates 1.73 Tons of Rice Wreaths as Support for the Pusan Concert
About a thousand Japanese fans of JYJ has made a donation. For the world tour concert that was held in Pusan on the 11th and 12th for two days, a thousand and few Japanese fans of JYJ delivered a rice Dreamie wreaths weighing 1.7 tons as support.
The director of the Pusan headquarters of Dreamie revealed: “The rice Dreamie wreathes that were delivered to Pusan Sajik Indoors Gymnasium to support the JYJ concert was the product of donations by about a thousand members—one domestic team and 6 teams from Japanese fan sites and fan clubs.”
According to an affiliate, on one rice Dreamie wreath weighing 500 kg, the names of 488 people who had participated in the donation had been written. The afterword is that some fans who had visited the concert venue looked for their names and took photos as keepsakes. Read More →
This would be a first for “Documentary Commentary”. After this show’s special goal and content was announced, Park Yoochun positively reacted to it, readily agreeing to be the main commentator for the show.
The production team expressed, “Right now, there are a lot of heartbreaking stories in our hometowns. Through Park Yoochun’s melancholy and husky voice, the stories would be able to reach the depth of the viewer’s hearts.”
June 17, Friday 11:15PM – MBC Special Edition ‘The Home Of Which I Once Lived’.
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