C-Jes uploaded their Instagram with the new poster for Jaejoong’s upcoming J-Party, to be hold on January 23th.
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JYJ’s Junsu is spending his military break with family.
On August 11, Junsu shared lovely family photos with the caption, “Reunited with mother~!! And the cutie Lai.” Junsu is captured flashing a big smile with his mother. In another cut, his mother is seen posing with the family’s dog.
Currently, Junsu is serving as a conscripted policeman for his mandatory military service. He will be getting discharged on November 8, 2018.
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[NEWS] JYJ’s Kim Jaejoong Shows Off A New Look For His Upcoming Time-Slip Comedy Drama “Manhole”
On June 7, C-Jes Entertainment uploaded a photo of JYJ’s Kim Jaejoong from the set of his new drama to their official Instagram account.
The artist will be starring in KBS 2TV’s upcoming time-slip comedy drama called “Manhole” and will be taking on the role of main character Bong Pil. In the uploaded photo, Kim Jaejoong has a new, messy hairstyle that suits his character, who is his neighborhood’s token unemployed person.
Kim Jaejoong will be pushing aside his handsome charms to have an almost maniac, crazy presence as Bong Pil on set. In the drama, Bong Pil will go accidentally go back in time by falling into a manhole and then attempt to stop a marriage from happening in the present.
Meanwhile, KBS 2TV released stills of the cast, which includes Kim Jaejoong, UEE, B1A4’s Baro, and Jung Hye Sung, from the first script reading for “Manhole,” which took place on June 29.
“Manhole” will air on August 9 after “Queen for 7 Days” ends its run.
[NEWS] JYJ’s Kim Jae-joong’s behind scenes shots from ‘Manhole’ drama set via Kpop Herald
Jaejoong was concerned about Junsu’s looks?
Junsu held a ‘V’ app live broadcast on January 12 to talk with fans! He advised his fans on their concerns to greet the new year.
One fan revealed her concerns about her looks, and he said to her, “If everybody has a time when they look their best (looks bloom), that time is different for everyone.” He then recalled a conversation he had with JYJ member Jaejoong in the past.
He said, “When I was twenty, Jaejoong said this to me: ‘You’re cute right now, but I’m worried about when you become thirty.’ He said that half-jokingly, but I did worry about that. I worried that when young, people look cute, but as they age, that charm disappears. Jaejoong brought this up again before he went to the army, saying, ‘As one gets older, one’s face becomes more charming.’ That made me think that on one side, what he’d said when I was twenty was sincere, but I still liked feeling his sincerity [this time]. Even I think that as one ages, the face blooms.”
JYJ’s Junsu talks about his past hardships as he prepares to go to the military
On January 12, JYJ’s Junsu greeted fans through Naver’s ‘V’ app. With his military enlistment approaching, the singer expressed his sadness in parting with his fans.
“Please get rid of February,” Junsu pleaded, as he will be going off to the military next month.
“It’s too bad I have to say my farewells to you all as my military enlistment is in February. Too bad we can’t get rid of February,” the singer commented.
The singer also recalled his past saying, “It is difficult to move forward without fully healing one’s scars. I don’t know what an adult’s take on this would be. Please let me know your secret to overcome life as a young person in society.”
He went on, “I had a lot of hardships during the past whether it be family or life in general. I think I just went after my dream that time. I thought this was the only thing that I can do, so I kept running and never looked back. Although there were many mountains I had to climb, I think I managed to climb them all.”
The singer continued, “As far as religious beliefs go, my mother once told me that God only gives you tests in which you can handle. I feel like I have grown more through these trials…I wish that these hardships now will someday turn into thanksgiving and praise.”
Meanwhile, Junsu is busy with his musical ‘Death Note.’ Based on the popular Japanese manga of the same name, beginning back on January 3 the musical adaptation will continue through the 26th.
Singer Junsu talked about his pending military enlistment during a ‘V’ live broadcast for the cast of musical ‘Dracula’ on January 9.
He introduced the song “Loving You Keeps Me Alive,” then, before singing it, he said, “After this event ends, I’m heading off to the military. That’s why I wanted to end with this song. There were many songs I sang while shedding tears, but I don’t think there was another song like this one that breaks down your emotions.”
His colleagues told him, “Come back safe,” and he said, “When I return, I will have a gala show with the [JYJ] members.”
[NEWS] JYJ’s Junsu bids farewell before joining military via Kpop Herald
JYJ′s Kim Jae Joong has been discharged from the military on December 30.
On December 30, Kim Jae Joong, who received basic training beginning March 31, 2015 at the 1st infantry Division in Paju before serving as an active-duty soldier under the 55th Infantry Division, officially completed his military service.
On this day, Kim Jae Joong shared, “The JYJ members continued to cheer for me. Even when I came out for vacation last year, the members said, ′It′s not over until it′s over, so work hard and don′t get hurt.′”
Kim Jae Joong plans to meet his fans through a mini fan meeting on the day after his discharge, December 31.
Meanwhile, Kim Jae Joong′s agency congratulated the star by sharing through their SNS channel, “Congratulations on your discharge. Congratulations Kim Jae Joong! We missed you. Thank you for waiting for 640 days.”
[NEWS] Jaejoong is asked about JYJ’s reaction to his being discharged from the military via Allkpop
On September 25, actor Ryu Jun Yeol prepared something special for fans through a live event on V App!
During the event, the actor talked about meeting Kim Junsu, who is currently starring as the main role in the musical “Dorian Gray.”
“I finally met him. I was embarrassed and Kim Junsu seemed embarrassed too. The musical ‘Dorian Gray’ was so fun. I recommend it. I’m also using the kimchi fridge well,” the actor shared.
Kim Junsu sang the OST for Ryu Jun Yeol’s drama “Lucky Romance.” Since then, Kim Junsu shared his desire to get to know the actor better, especially since both of them like soccer.
Kim Junsu also once called Ryu Jun Yeol to answer some questions for a quiz game during a live radio broadcast. On that day, Ryu Jun Yeol asked, “Do I get a kimchi fridge?” to which Kim Junsu promised him one if he answered the questions correctly. In the end, Ryu Jun Yeol answered them correctly, and Kim Junsu sent the actor a kimchi fridge as a gift.
Korea Communications Standards Commission (shortened hereby to the KCSC) has taken advised action in regards to having recommended for administrative guidance and legal sanctions; in connections to the subject of Park Yuchun’s sexual assault controversy that was aired on MBC ‘PD Journal’.
The KCSC introduced MBC ‘PD Journal’ on its item after holding the 25th Broadcast Deliberation Subcommittee special meeting in the main conference room of its broadcast hall in Mok-dong, Yangcheon-gu, Seoul in the afternoon of July 20th.
On this day the KCSC pointed out: “They launched a broadcast that lost its poise after overlooking the early stage where there were no concrete facts established when they aired Park Yuchun case,” and, “The program’s method of progress also led its broadcast, thinking the man to be guilty. This was a treatment that was against the balance”.
Following, they added, “The[/Park Yuchun’s] agency disclosed their reason through an email to ‘PD Journal’ side about an interview would be impossible, but it is as though they ignored the contact and thus it is a problem that they put out their broadcast,” in regards to ‘PD Journal’ side had not been contact by the agency.
The KCSC explained the reason for their recommended suggestions: “It was a subject worth airing but there is a problem with the production crew when they filled it with specific contents [from an ongoing investigation] therein”.