It has been found that JYJ’s Kim Jaejoong, Park Yoochun and Kim Junsu shed tears during their ‘THE JYJ’ interview.
The first edition of ‘THE JYJ’ released by JYJ’s agency C-JeS Entertainment contains honest interviews from the members that took place over 25 hours in three sessions. During the interview, the members shed tears as they talked about what happened in 2009.
A representative of the agency stated to eNEWS that, “During the interview, the members opened up about everything they had kept in their hearts for a long time. During the interview, we found out things about the members that we’d never known before,” and “All three members shed tears when they talked about what happened in 2009, and it broke our hearts to see them cry. Both the members and the staff ended up in tears.”
In one of the interviews in the magazine, the members talked about crying at their 2010 Tokyo Dome concert [T/N: The original Korean article states '2010 도쿄돔 콘서트' but judging from the content of JYJ's comments, we presume they actually meant the 2009 concert, when all five members were still together. It may be a simple typo or it may not be, but we put this note in for clarification's sake.] as they said, “We were so sorry to our fans. We were even more sorry that we couldn’t tell them that the five of us couldn’t be together anymore. When we were walking towards our fans, the tears wouldn’t stop flowing from our eyes. We still can’t forget that moment.”
The three members also talked about their affection for each other as they said, “Because we’re colleagues, because we’re not alone, we’re not scared,” and “Never! Not once! have we regretted this.”
The first edition of ‘THE JYJ’ contains honest interviews from the members that took place over 25 hours, as well as their memories of the past 1000 days as members of JYJ. A DVD containing 40 minutes of unreleased footage is also included in the magazine. ‘THE JYJ’ will be released every six months and will be catered to JYJ’s fans.
Meanwhile, JYJ have been active as ‘Korea’s representative group’ through various state events and honorary ambassador jobs, including performing at the 18th Presidential Inauguration ceremony.
They ended their lawsuit with SM Entertainment last November in three years and four months, and won their lawsuit against Japan’s AVEX on the 18th of January. As JYJ are now free to pursue activities in Japan, they are planning to greet fans in Japan for the first time in four years in Tokyo Dome in April.
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