TheJYJFiles’s Note: This timeline is translated from Toshiro Ono’s blog. Toshiro Ono is a freelance nonfiction writer who writes mostly about the mafia and crime.
The JYJ Concert, timeline
I made this to sort things out. It is based on court records and investigation records. I believe there are no errors..
2011.3.14 Cjes and Zak formally conclude/signed a concert contract. Cjes and Zak agree to split the balance 50/50 after expenses are subtracted from the concert proceeds as their profit. [Cjes is to donate their portion of the profits to charity.]
2011.3.23 Attorney for Avex sends Zak content-certified mail* protesting and warning against holding the concert
2011.3.28 Avex sends Yokohama Arena a notice
2011.3.30 Zak receives notice in Yokohama Arena’s president’s name that they cannot grant permission [for JYJ] to use the Arena
2011.4.1 Attorney for Yokohama Arena sends a content-certified mail to Zak
2011.4.5 Presale of tickets (soldout)
2011.4.5 Attorney for Avex sends Zak content-certified mail concerning the concert to be held in Saitama Arena
2011.4.11 Saitama Arena notifies Zak that they cannot grant permission for the concert
Japanese Fans distributed a leaflet on newspapers in Ibaraki to thank JYJ Unforgettable Live Concert in Japan
On Sunday November 6, 2011, Japanese fans distributed a leaflet on morning newspapers to thank the successful concert of JYJ live concert on October 15-16, 2011, at Hitach Seaside Park in Ibaraki, Hitachinaka City. The leaflet was delivered to 30,000 houses in Hitachinaka City, inserted on Ibaraki Newspaper, The Yomiuri Newspaper, Japan Economic Times, Tokyo Newspaper, Mainichi Newspaper and Asahi Newspaper.
(It’s a separated leaflet, normally inserted in newspapers.)
Photo Credit: beside JYJ
[The image of the leaflet]
(The below is translation of the leaflet)
SuperHero Japan, a group of Japanese Jaejoong fans, has provided a “support” for the Ibaraki concert! While the “support” culture (of providing food and refreshments for an event) is well-established in Korea, this is the first time that a group of Japanese fans has done it, in our memory. The below translates and summarizes the account provided by SuperHero Japan.
First, there were Jiji and Yoyo cookies. There were a lot of drinks provided also—from tea that one could drink easily to nutrition drink for health.