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Are celebrities who live in the glamor of the limelight actually glamorous in their personal lives? This aspect was explored in the episode of tvN’s “eNews” that was broadcasted on February 7th.
The episode revolved around the theme “celebrity real estate tycoons,” with the celebrities ranked accordingly.
JYJ’s Kim Junsu came in fifth on the list. Known fondly as Asia’s “Idol Prince,” he earned tens of billions of won over a single year, an intake certainly befitting the nickname given by his adoring fans.
He gets around in a Ferrari 458 Italia, which costs a whopping four hundred million won. If the car model sounds familiar, it’s because it was made famous by the movie “Transformers,” where it made an appearance as an Autobot.
Kim Junsu also bought a townhouse in Gyeonggi-do for 1.7 billion won, which he gave to his parents as a present for their constant support.
His ownership doesn’t end here. Kim Junsu currently lives alone in a high-end residential apartment in Gangnam’s Samsung-dong. This residential complex, which also houses Kim Jaejoong, Lee Seunggi, and Lee Hyori, goes for as much as 3.5 billion won per apartment.
[TRANS] Good night..~
Another selca after the cut:
We want to see JYJ [2012.02.13 No.897]
[Culture] CGV abruptly canceled the screening of JYJ’s daily documentary <The Day> …
Still have to read SM’s countenance despite risk of legal dispute?
This time too, JYJ couldn’t come back. On 29 Jan, JYJ’s management company C-JeS Entertainment announced, “CGV has noticed the cancellation of the screening of JYJ’s daily documentary <The Day>.” It happened only 10 days after the contract between C-JeS and CJ has been sealed. C-JeS stated, “CGV suddenly notified us about the cancellation via phone call. Even though we have suggested them several times to modify the contract and said that we would agree to other conditions, we eventually received a cancellation notice.” C-JeS has filed a complaint to the FTC and the Anti-Corruption & Civil Rights Commission. What is the reason that made CGV of CJ terminate the contract despite risk of legal dispute?
‘External pressure’ toward a certain idol movie
CJ and CGV’s official answer is that “there was a problem in the contract process, which was belatedly found out. Both sides have tried to find an agreement but failed.” Kim Taehee-ssi of CGV’s PR team said, “Before deciding the screening, CGV hasn’t seen that documentary even once. CGV’s related team didn’t also properly follow the reporting procedures.” CG also informed C-Jes about the ‘problem of contract process’, such as, “exchange of emails relating to the screening between both sides without seeing the documentary, press release without prior confirmation about the final screening scale, contract sealing without going through internal reporting procedures,” etc. Nevertheless, C-JeS stated, “On 21 Jan, CGV backed out of the contract, saying that ‘the contract wasn’t delivered through the proper channel’. We already said that they could see the documentary at anytime and suggested to postpone the opening day so that they could have internal preview, but they kept insisting on the cancellation.” If what C-JeS said is true, we should focus more on ‘CGV’s internal problems’. Read More →
I have stayed in Korea for around two months since December, for the production of Elisabeth’s costumes. I initially did not intend to stay for so long as the production for Mozart’s was around a month.
The most troublesome matter was that there are many musicals requesting for the production of costumes by the factory since January and February. Thus resulting in production of 3-4 costumes concurrently and was worried if it the dateline can be met. Additionally of the off-days for new year and lunar new year, can we make it? I was very worried with regards to this. Though we are able to make it for the trial performance on the 8th of February, the actual finishing date was on the 12th.
Though many audiences have seen these costumes before, there should be thoughts of “I wish to see it again”, it is like an addictive work, never tired of it even if to watch as many times. I shall do a brief introduction to the costumes.
Firstly, it is the coat for Tod.
The three Tod have different accessories on it and the designs for the material and collar were different.
(photo shown is Ryu Jung Han’s coat)
[TRANS] A photo that was hastily taken before Junsu erased his make-up!ㅋ I think Kikwang’s face is too smallㅠㅠ
Translated by: The Little Pear of JYJ3
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Writer Lee Myung Hee recently said that the series Rooftop Prince‘s success depends on how well JYJ’s Park Yoo Chun describes his character.
Lee previously wrote many TV dramas, including SBS’s Mr. Q and Tomato. When he was asked how he thinks about actor Park, who will play the role of prince, he opened the conversation, “Park has played soft characters before.”
“He will play the role of a charismatic prince named Lee Gak in the series. I know that Park can embody the character wonderfully. If he does the series will be successful and Park can also have many opportunities to play a variety of roles.”
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