Thursday, June 21, 2012

In spite of the dangers of getting facial scars during filming, idol star and representative “flower boy,” JYJ’s Kim Jaejoong did all of his action scenes with determination.

In MBC’s weekend drama “Dr. Jin,” Kim Jaejoong has been challenging himself by taking part as Joseon’s Palace Investigator Kim Gyung Tak. As Kim Gyung Tak, Kim Jaejoong has been putting his all into this drama.

JYJ’s management, C-JeS Entertainment stated on June 20, “Kim Jaejoong wasted no time; as soon as he received the script he registered himself in action school and practiced very hard in horse back riding. As for sword fighting, instead of just swinging his sword around, he also took the time to study and understand the movements.”

Even after filming scenes, Kim Jaejoong did not let go of the sword. Since Kim Gyung Tak is an outstanding swordsman in the drama, Kim Jaejoong did not want to make it awkward for his character.

As a result of his dedication, his injuries are worrisome. C-JeS Entertainment stated, “Because he is using the sword so much in the drama, he cuts himself many times while he is filming. Evne though it happens, he is not afraid of getting hurt. He did not even want to use a stuntman for his first scene of shooting.”

A staff member of the drama praised Kim Jaejoong stating,” Whenever he can do it, Kim JaeJjong would like to do it for himself instead of using a stuntman.”

Be sure to catch Kim Jaejoong’s character Kim Gyung Tak in action on MBC, Saturday & Sunday @ 21:50 KST!

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Wednesday, June 20, 2012

News of the arrival of South Korean boyband JYJ prompted hundreds of fans to camp out on the streets recently to get closer to the trio. But this wasn't in Seoul or even Tokyo: it was in Lima.

Having taken Asia by storm over the past decade with bubblegum hooks and dance moves infused with military precision, South Korea's K-pop phenomenon continues to defy language barriers and find fans around the world.

As South Korea continues to export its culture, K-pop's polished fusion of influences ranging from hip-hop to dubstep is winning a growing number of passionate followers in Latin America.

JYJ has held sellout concerts there and a Colombian TV station is airing a K-pop talent show.

Latin American fans have posted hundreds of videos on YouTube showing flash mobs emulating K-pop dance moves and urging their favourite stars to visit the continent, despite many not having officially released songs outside Asia.

Promoters are using the power of the Internet to lure distant fans and organise concerts in Europe and North and South America.

"Korean acts are not only monitoring but also monetizing their Twitter trends, Facebook likes, and YouTube views," said Bernie Cho, president of DFSB Kollective, a Seoul-based creative agency providing digital media solutions to more than 350 K-pop artists.

"More Korean bands have multilingual members who can sing verses, carry choruses, and conduct interviews in English, Chinese, and Japanese. Language is no longer a barrier, it is now the carrier."

Music videos and footage of the stars' private lives are posted on Facebook and YouTube -- often live or before being released on TV and elsewhere.

"They've got the sound right, they've got a supportive government that invests very heavily into the development of the arts, and they are all very good looking," said Ruuben van den Heuvel, executive director of GateWay Entertainment, a music consultancy firm. "They're a complete pop package."

The popularity of the genre in Asia remains undiminished -- 7,000 Japanese fans will flock to Seoul this month to "meet" JYJ at a major event that has booked out 3,500 hotel rooms around Seoul.

But in Latin America, fans are taking note: JYJ in March performed in both Chile and Peru as part of a world tour of 15 venues including Berlin and Barcelona. Hundreds camped out for days in Santiago and Lima as they tried to get closer to the trio during their first concerts in the region, said June Oh, a spokeswoman for the band's agent C-JeS.

"We were so stunned seeing hundreds of tents lined up in front of the Explanada Sur del Estadio Monumental," she told AFP, referring to the venue in the Peruvian capital where JYJ performed.

Savvy marketing and production tie-ups have also helped.

JYJ broke away from another K-pop act TVXQ in 2009 and the following year released an English-language album in collaboration with US rap star Kanye West.

"Since then we started to get more fan letters from Latin America and to see more Spanish-language sites (dedicated to JYJ). Now they are the most active and passionate ones in the band's global fan base," Oh said.

She acknowledged that attendance at the concerts -- 5,000 in Chile and 6,000 in Peru -- was small compared to the tens of thousands whom JYJ attracts in South Korea or Japan.

"But it's too early to try to stage such a mega-concert in Latin America," she said. JYJ member Kim Junsu has described the response to the Latin American concerts as "utterly surprising, and the most enthusiastic".

Seoul's top music talent agency SM Entertainment has held concerts featuring its flagship groups such as the 13-member boyband Super Junior and the nine-strong Girls' Generation in Paris, New York and California since 2010.

Colombian TV network Caracol has since April aired a talent show for K-pop fans. Winners were offered a six-day trip to Seoul to meet their idols.

Some 2,000 participants from across the country sang and danced to the songs of K-pop bands such as Big Bang and 2NE1, with South Korean boyband U-KISS acting as a judge by watching video clips.

Song Chang-Woon, PR manager of South Korea's Arirang TV which has partnered with Caracol, acknowledged K-pop's popularity in Latin America is still limited to a relatively small circle of young devotees.

"But our partners in Caracol TV certainly saw potential and wanted to test the market with 'K-pop reality'," he told AFP, referring to the show also being aired on South Korea's Arirang TV station this month.

K-Music, a Colombian music cable channel, has also started to air a K-pop music segment imported from Arirang, Song said.

Typical K-pop stars -- trained since early or mid-teens -- offer a mix of good looks, powerful choreography and accessible tunes that give an alternative to Latin America's music scene, he said.

"The K-pop boom has just landed in Latin America and there's no way back from here," said Song.

Prominent music critic Kang Hun and others rejected suggestions that promotions by the Seoul government had helped sell K-pop overseas as its home markets become more saturated, saying it jumped on the bandwagon belatedly.

Kang added that K-pop offered a new cultural experience, particularly for trend-conscious teenage girls and women in their 20s in Latin America.

And the language barrier does not matter. "Ask anyone about the last song they heard on the radio and they'd struggle to tell you what the lyrics mean," said van den Heuvel.

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Thanks for loving JYJ and 3hreevoices.com
JYJ's first photo book < JYJ PREMIERE COLLECTION - mahalo > will be released soon.

You can pre-order on www.3hreevoices.com from Jun 22
and the special present will be provided only for pre-order customer.

The specific information will be announced later. Thanks a lot!



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We reported earlier that JYJ’s Park Yoo Chun was in Bali for vacation, but it turns out he was also working during his birthday, shooting some gorgeous photos with fashion magazine Elle.

Following the success of SBS’ Rooftop Prince, Park Yoo Chun flew to Bali to celebrate his birthday, take a vacation and participate in a photo shoot. In the photos, Park Yoo Chun exuded manly charisma while also promoting the beauty of Bali.

In the interview that followed the photo shoot, Park Yoo Chun was asked, “Do you have any burdens when it comes to acting?”

Park Yoo Chun replied, “I think this time, I emptied out my heart and started the project. I was able to act while enjoying it and that actually brought good results.”

When asked about what albums he listens to the most, he replied affectionately, “I listen to Kim Junsu’s solo album a lot. I’m so proud that he’s a member of our group.”

He also sent encouraging messages to Kim Junsu and Kim Jae Joong, wishing them a good luck in musical and acting endeavors.

As it was his 26th birthday on June 4, the day of the photo shoot, Elle threw a small barbeque party for the birthday boy, who thanked the staff, saying, “I’ve never celebrated my birthday outside of Korea since my debut.”

Park Yoo Chun’s Bali pictorial will be available in the July edition of Elle.



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Jaejoong: We are jyj^^


Jaejoong: Yoochwen (Yoochun),Misook noona, Jjayijjong (Jaejoong) Junsswo (Junsu) was missing for that moment.


Jaejoong: Yoochong (Yoochun), Missook, Junjjang (Junsu), Jaeyijun (Jaejoong),John. The sunglasses trio


Jaejoong: I can even see kokkikokki (T/N: his elephant handphone accessory) which appeared after a long time.

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