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JYJ‘s Junsu discussed his thoughts on the ending of the legal battle with SM Entertainment.
Junsu took part in a press conference at the Sheraton Hotel in Essen, Germany to mark the ending of his 1st World Tour. He said, “The legal battle lasted for 3 years and 4 months. To be honest, it should have ended earlier… But at the same time I also feel that the results came out suddenly. Having had a hard time for 3 years and 4 months, I felt like that time was not spent in vain… I heard the news when I was leaving for Germany, so I actually don’t know all the details of the settlement.”
He continued, “Because of that, it’s hard to say too much on this. The important thing is that we were able to obtain good results. I haven’t talked to the members yet, but I want to when I get back to Korea.”
The group JYJ is drawing public attention with omnidirectional activities including not only films and dramas but also world tour concerts.
The members of JYJ – Jaejoong Kim Yuchun Park and Junsu Kim are showing off their talents as each of them is doing film, drama and world tour at the same time. Not like other groups who normally start members’ individual activities after group activities finished, all of JYJ members are standing out in each own field at the same time.
Recently, groups have ventured into other activities aside from music.
The most prominent group who continues to make achievements is none other than JYJ. JYJ, made up of Kim Jaejoong, Park Yuchun, and Kim Junsu, have been very active and have excelled in various fields such as dramas, movies, and musicals.
First, Kim Jaejoong, who set aside his charismatic look to show his comedic side, will greet the audience on the 15th with his movie ‘Jackal is coming’.
Park Yuchun made a comeback in the new MBC drama ‘I miss you’ which had its first broadcast last Nov 7. He played Han Jungwoo, a fearless homicide detective who is yearning for his first love. His desperation can be seen when he is chasing criminals.