Tuesday, March 6, 2012

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[@wowkimsohyun] @6002theMicky Filmed for 25hrs! Because oppa said he will take a photo with me, so I struggled to stay awake… But after I saw him in the morning after filming, he looked really tired~ therefore didn’t say it out. Now I’m on my way home. As I’m too sad, I don’t know if I’m able to sleep keke

[@wowkimsohyun] @6002theMicky You should be on your way to South America’s concert right? ~ Must be exhausted due to the tons of filming! Please come back healthily ^^~ I will stay here and film Rooftop Prince well ♡♡

[@6002theMicky] @wowkimsohyun I’m at the airport now… You have worked hard ^^ Oppa will be having his long-awaited sleep ^^ I will buy a present for you from South America!!

[@6002theMicky] Will come back smoothly~ ^^
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Boy group JYJ, composed of 3 boys, including Kim Jae Joong, Park Yoo Chun, and Kim Jun Su, will hold their first exclusive concert in South America as Korean singers.

JYJ will hold their exclusive concert on March 9 at Teatro Caupolican in Santiago, Chile, and on March 11 at Explanada Sur del Estadio Monumental in Lima, Peru.

Both places are well known as venues where huge pop stars have held their concerts. Legendary heavy metal group Korn and X-Japan have held their concerts at Teatro Caupolican and Britney Spears, The Black Eyed Peas, and Avril Lavigne, all held their concerts at Explanada Sur del Estadio Monumental, the second largest football stadium in South America.

B2ST, 4minute, and G.NA from Cube Entertainment recently held their brand concert ‘United Cube’ in Sao Paulo, Brazil, but this is the first exclusive concert for a Korean singer or group.

JYJ is receiving an explosive response in South America and the group is especially popular among people in their teens to their 20s.

Many media outlets from Chile and Peru are paying a lot of attention to JYJ’s exclusive concert.

Media outlets from Chile, including Mega News and La Tecera, reported on JYJ with the title, “The First Korean Concert in South America.” They introduced the group as a world famous boy group who has worked with Kanye West and Rodney Jerkins.

Frecuencia Latina, a major broadcaster from Peru, introduced the group through their new program Punto Fianl in January with the title, “Pop Coreano en Lima (Korean Singer Comes to Lima).” They also reported on the group’s ticket sales for their concert in Peru.

An anchor for the news program said, “JYJ has an enormous following in Peru. They are very popular on and offline.”

Source: Star News
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Sorry for the overdue update of the fancams m(_ _)m

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Actor Park Yoo Chun recently talked about the difference between him and Lee Seung Gi.

On March 5, Park attended a press conference for SBS’s new Wednesday-Thursday series Rooftop Prince at Lotte Hotel in Seoul.

When he was asked about the difference between him and Lee Seung Gi, who appears on MBC’s new Wednesday-Thursday series The King 2 Hearts, he said, “I wear Korean traditional King’s clothes. Since the clothes has dragon embroidery and the year 2012 is the year of the dragon, I think I’m really lucky because I wear the King’s clothes all the time.”

He added, “I don’t know what kind of King that Lee plays but Lee Gak, the character I play, is charismatic yet gentle and soft person. I think people will feel familiar to the King I play because he has to adjust to the 21st century’s lifestyle.”

Park plays the role of a crown prince in Joseon Dynasty named Lee Gak.

The series is a fantasy romantic drama about a crown prince of the Joseon Dynasty who travels through time to 21st century Seoul with his men. Producer Shin Yoon Seop, who directed KAIST and Lover, and writer Lee Hee Myung, who wrote Bad Family, are currently working on the series together. The first episode of the series will air on March 15.

Source: TV Report
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JYJ’s Park Yoochun, soon to be seen on the small screen again on “Rooftop Prince,” received a lot of best wishes for the success of his drama from his fans. His fans donated 11.5 tons of rice as a means to pray for the success of the drama, which is set to premiere on March 14.

The singer-actor, along with co-star Han Ji Min and the cast, met the press on March 5 to formally present “Rooftop Prince.” In celebration of the occasion, Park Yoochun’s fans sent a wreath and a donation of 11.5 tons of rice. The amount of rice was a new record as his agency said it broke the previous record held by Jaejoong's fans. This support from his fans was revealed at the press conference.

“Thank you to the fan club who sent a wreath and a generous donation of rice to pray for our success,” local news agencies quoted his management agency’s statement.

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When I die.... It would be nice if the world was like that... Or else at least in a place like this.. Just like this..
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