[TRANS] 130911 Max Changmin’s Japanese Film “Fly With The Gold” Is Set To Be Shown In Korea From October 10th

Max Changmin’s movie will finally reach Korea.

With an amazing cast that includes Max Changmin and Satoshi Tsumabuki, ‘Fly with the Gold’ is set to be screened on the 10th of October.

‘Fly with the Gold’ is based on a novel of the same name that is a best-seller in Japan and won the Japanese deduction and suspense Award in 1990. Kazuyuki Izutsu has taken the reigns as the director and the movie has been recognized for its top quality with awards won at the Takasaki Movie Awards, the Osaka Cinema Festival and the Japanese Academy Awards.

Satoshi Tsumabuki and Tadanobu Asano, top Japanese actors who are well-known in Korea as well, have taken on the leading roles and they are joined by TVXQ’s Max Changmin, a singer who is popular in both countries, as Momo.

Through this production, Max Changmin was nominated for the Best Supporting Actor award at the 27th Hochi Film Awards. He won the Best Supporting Actor award at the Japanese Academy Awards, as well as the Best Rookie Award at the Japanese Film Critics Awards Ceremony.


The movie is a crime thriller that brings together six talented thieves to steal 24 billion Won’s worth of money from a bank.

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[Info] JYJ Throughout the Year: A 2012 Recap

[Info] JYJ Throughout the Year: A 2012 Recap

JYJ, comprised of members Kim Jaejoong, Park Yoochun, and Kim Junsu, began 2012 by continuing to take the necessary steps to reach their growing international fan base.

Since 2010, with the release of their 1st worldwide album, The Beginning, JYJ have progressively advanced towards the international stage. In January 2012, fans all over the world excitedly anticipated the additional concerts in Chile and Peru that would conclude JYJ’s 2011-2012 World Tour. The concerts were met with a hot response in South America, with 6,000 fans meeting JYJ in a sold out show in Peru and close to 5,000 fans flocking to see the group in Chile. JYJ’s World Tour gathered more than 200,000 fans worldwide.

With JYJ being the first Korean artist to hold a concert in South America, the ground-breaking concerts gave a clear signal that JYJ would continue to take their music internationally, meeting their fans under the uniting force of music, “a language,” JYJ emphasized, “without borders.”

Also in early January, JYJ broadened the channels of communication with their fans worldwide through the opening of their official JYJ Facebook and YouTube pages. Regular updates about each member’s activities as well as behind-the-scenes photos and news about JYJ through Facebook and YouTube have increased the group’s accessibility to fans, both domestic and international, that are unable to see JYJ through the regular promotional channels in South Korea.

In February, despite film distributor CGV’s one-sided decision to cancel the screening of JYJ’s daily documentary “The Day”, Lotte Cinema picked up the movie and agreed to screen it. Although it eventually was only released in 19 theaters, “The Day” dominated the box office the first weekend of its release, drawing 24,000 fans in just 4 days.

JYJ further proved their popularity on the international stage by performing for the First Ladies of the World at the Blue House in March. First Ladies from Gabon, Nigeria, South Africa, Malaysia, Vietnam, Switzerland, Singapore, Italy, India, Indonesia, China, Chile, The Philippines, countries in the United Nations, the European Union and more enjoyed JYJ’s exclusive performance of “Be My Girl” and “In Heaven” for them. A few First Ladies especially waited until the end of the event in order to take a photo with JYJ.

JYJ’s role as cultural ambassadors continued in 2012 when they were chosen as the Goodwill Ambassadors for KBEE 2012 (Korea Brand and Entertainment Expo) in Osaka. JYJ once again proved their overseas popularity when more than 20,000 applications were received from the Japanese fans to be invited to the opening ceremony when only 500 were accepted.

One of the major events of 2012 that held special meaning for JYJ and their fans was the 2012 JYJ Membership Week. The event, held from June 28 to July 1, included fan meetings, exhibitions displaying JYJ’s previous works and costumes, movie theater screening of “The Day”, trick-art, and other entertainment. The event gathered around 15,000 Korean fans and 7,000 Japanese fans.

JYJ fans that attended the event were touched that it was run without any expectation of profit, despite JYJ and C-JeS Entertainment’s investment of KRW 3.7 billion into the festivities. Everything in the venue and all of the activities were provided free of charge. An official from the airport said that it “drew the largest number of foreigners to the country for just one event.”

JYJ spent the most of 2012, aside from preparing for future group activities, pursuing solo projects.


Kim Jaejoong started off the year with fanmeeting event in Turkey. He also attended a state dinner with the president of Korea and Turkey as a delegate after recieving an invitation to hold the fanmeeting and be a guest at the banquet in Turkey’s Presidential Palace.

Kim Jaejoong’s visit to Turkey further demonstrated his international popularity and effectiveness as cultural ambassador when a spokesperson for Turkey’s Korean Cultural Center said, “There is a greater symbolic meaning to [the invitation] since Kim Jaejoong is a Hallyu Star representative who is popular among young Turks.”

Kim Jaejoong held a fan meeting in Taiwan in March, following the immense popularity of his first Korean drama, “Protect the Boss”, when it aired in Taiwan. He displayed his immense popularity in Taiwan when 2500 tickets were sold out within minutes, causing the servers to crash. During the fanmeeting there was no need for an interpretor as fans, having taken an interest in the Korean language due to Kim Jaejoong, often understood and reacted to his words immediately without translation.

Kim Jaejoong challenged himself in the hot summer months of 2012 by simultaneously filming his first historical drama, “Time Slip Dr. Jin”, and his first movie, “Jackal is Coming” also known as “Code Name: Jackal”. Although faced with a grueling filming schedule between the two projects, Kim Jaejoong impressed the actors and crew on both sets with his consistent professionalism and contribution to the amicable atmosphere at the filming site.

“Time Slip Dr. Jin” began airing in May with Kim Jaejoong’s character, Kim Kyung Tak, immediately earning the pity of the viewers through his unrequited love of Hong Young Rae, played by Park Min Young, and his star-crossed friendship with Yong Rae’s brother, Young Hwi, played by Jin Yi Han.

he time, fellow actor Lee Bum Soo remarked, “He sincerely wants to express the scenes that he is given. To concentrate on reaching his goal, he watches the actor’s acting and reacts to it. I think this is how actors learn from each other. I want to give Kim Jaejoong a high score in acting.” Jaejoong’s hard work was acknowledged at the end of year at the 2012 MBC Drama Awards, where he received the Best New Male Actor through his role as Kim Kyung Tak in “Time Slip Dr. Jin”.

In October, Jaejoong walked on red carpet as a movie actor for the first time while promoting “Jackal is Coming” also known as “Code Name: Jackal” with his co-star, Song Ji Hyo, at the Busan International Film Festival.

After filming ended for “Time Slip Dr. Jin” and “Jackal is Coming” also known as “Code Name: Jackal”, Kim Jaejoong embarked on his first Asia Fan Meeting Tour, greeting a total of 17,500 fans in China, Thailand, Indonesia, and Vietnam. He shared stories about his experiences during filming, played games, shook hands, took group photos, and even personally prepared food for his fans, making new memories and strengthening his bond with his fans across Asia.

Near the end of December, C-JeS announced Kim Jaejoong would release his first solo mini album the following month. The news made JYJ fans even more eager to start 2013 with new music and more activities from Kim Jaejoong. Titled “I” the mini-album has since swept the Hanteo Charts and the MV to his title track “Mine” has exceeded 1.3 million views on YouTube.

Kim Junsu pursued his passion for music through his participation in “Elizabeth” the musical, the release of his first solo album, Tarantallegra, and headlining his first world tour as a solo artist.

Kim Junsu started his solo activities in February by starring in his third musical, “Elizabeth”, until taking his final bow as Death on May 2. The role of Death, a transcendent character that falls in love with Queen Elizabeth, led Kim Junsu to his first Best Actor award at the 18th Annual Korean Musical Awards.

Kim Junsu’s performance gained praises from the director of the musical, Kim Moon Jung and the composer, Sylvester Levay. Director Kim praised him as a genius who knew how to interact with the audience and actors so that he could deliver a great

performance. In addition, Mr. Levay praised Junsu’s performance as “perfect and satisfying.” Further displaying his “ticket power” in the musical industry, tickets for all 32 plays were sold out in just ten minutes after the sales began.

Kim Junsu cast his spell on the world with his 1st solo album titled Tarantallegra in May, releasing his jaw-dropping music video, and following that with news that he would embark on his first Asia Tour. Kim Junsu is well known for his vocal abilities and he continued to garner interest in his album when it was revealed that he self-composed most of the songs on the tracklist. When pre-orders for the album began on Synnara, the largest online music market site in Korea, the servers crashed immediately due to the overwhelming response and interest for Tarantallegra.

The “Tarantallegra” music video was centered around the concept of “Unequalled” and Kim Junsu made sure not to disappoint his fans. He released a powerful MV that refused to conform to the mainstream K-Pop aesthetic and formula. The dance was specially choreographed by Jeri Slaughter who also previously worked with JYJ for their World Tour. Fellow member, Kim Jaejoong also contributed to the album’s production as it became known that “No Gain” was written and composed by him.

The Asia Tour concluded at the end of August after his shows in Seoul,

Bangkok, Jakarta, Taipei, Shanghai, and Hong Kong before officially kicking off his world tour in New York City. From New York he moved on to L.A., Mexico, Brazil, and Chile, before finally concluding his tour with a final stop in Germany, having drawn 53,800 fans in total across four continents in 12 cities.

Before beginning his world tour in New York City the singer released “Uncommitted” along with an MV to accompany the single. Working with Sony Producer Bruce “Automatic” Vanderveer and a prominent music video director in the U.S., Marc Klasfeld, Kim Junsu continued to prove his status as a world star with the release of “Uncommitted”.

But Kim Junsu didn’t stop there. Later in the year he sang “Love is Like A Snowflake” for the OST of popular drama “Nice Guy” and gave a Christmas gift to his fans by releasing “Thank U For” on Christmas Eve. Junsu spent the end of the year doing what he does best: performing live. World star Kim Junsu welcomed 2013 with three sold-out Ballad and Musical Concerts, gathering a total of 21,000 fans in Seoul from Dec 29-31.


Park Yoochun greeted television audiences in 2013 through lead roles in two dramas, delighting viewers with his comedic acting in “Rooftop Prince” and pulling at their heartstrings in the melodrama “I Miss You”.

After concluding JYJ’s World Tour in South America, Park Yoochun appeared in SBS’s “Rooftop Prince” from March to May. In June, “Rooftop Prince” made headlines for having over 77 million views and more than 110,000 comments left by fans of the drama on Youku, the largest video-sharing site in China. The drama received much love from both domestic and international drama fans alike, cementing Park Yoochun’s international popularity as an actor.

In August, Park Yoochun won the Outstanding Korean Actor and the People’s Choice Award (Korea) in 2012 Seoul International Drama Awards, dedicating the awards to his late father who unfortunately passed in March of that year.

espite his busy schedule, Park Yoochun, made time to personally interact with his fans across asia through his 1st Asia Fan Meeting Tour. Meeting his fans in Shanghai, Shenzhen, Taiwan, and finishing his tour in Thailand. Tickets to each event were sold out from the beginning to the end of his tour, which drew a total of 17,000 fans across Asia.

Park Yoochun’s 2nd drama project in 2012, “I Miss You”, begain airing in November it soon drew tears from TV viewers through its heartbreaking storyline and exceptional cast. Acting as Han Jungwoo, a detective who could not forget his first love after 14 years, Park Yoochun stole audience’s hearts for the second time in 2012.

At the year-end drama awards Park Yoochun was recognized for his hard work and undeniable talent. He took home 4 awards from the 2012 SBS Drama Awards including Excellence Actor Award (Drama Sepcial), Netizen Popularity Award, Top 10 Stars, and Best Couple (with “Rooftop Prince” co-star Han Ji Min). The Excellence Actor Award (mini series) at the MBC Drama Awards also went to Park Yoochun for his role in “I Miss You”.

Aside from his fan meeting tour and drama projects, Park Yoochun made time to support charitable causes. A series of video tutorials with Park Yoochun demonstrating how to knit hats for Save the Children’s Newborn Hat Knitting Campaign motivated the public to share their warmth with others during the coldest months of the year.

In the last days of 2012, Standard Chartered Bank officially announced their appointment of Park Yoochun as the advertising model and honorary ambassador of their Good Library Project. The project asks for people to lend their voices in reading books and movies that will be recorded for blind people. It will continue into the spring of 2013 when a lucky applicant will get a chance to record a film commentary and audio book with him.

Richard Hill, the CEO of Standard Chartered Bank said, “We chose Park Yoochun because his soft voice and smile went well with the project.” Park Yoochun’s kind and gentle image is suited to many different projects and his fans anticipate more charitable endorsements in the future.

On November 28, 2012 the legal battle between SM Entertainment and JYJ that began in 2009 ended in 3 mutual agreement. After years and 4 months, the two parties agreed to withdraw all lawsuits against each other and agreed to not interfere in any of each other’s activities in the future. It is a fact that JYJ’s broadcast restrictions for the last 3 years have been due to their ongoing legal dispute with SM. The major broadcast stations have used the dispute to justify not allowing JYJ to appear on music and variety shows.

In the past, SM has been accused and found guilty of interfering with JYJ’s Korean activities by acting in collusion with third parties such as the Korean Federation of Pop Culture and Art Industry (KFPCAI). SM has long been suspected of applying “back-door pressure” on the broadcasting companies to restrict JYJ’s broadcast activities, a suspicion that has only grown as fans have yet to see JYJ appear on any music or variety shows following the end of the legal proceedings.

Nevertheless, the end to the long legal battle with SM was a positive step for JYJ and the more recent news concerning JYJ winning their legal cases against former Japanese management company, AVEX, made fans hopeful that JYJ would be able to resume activities in Japan. AVEX was ordered by Tokyo District Court on January 18, 2013 to pay 6.6 billion Yen (approx. 7.8 billion Won) to C-JeS Entertainment as compensation for damages as well as 1 million Yen (1.1 million Won) for defaming C-JeS’s CEO.

2012 was a year where the individual talents of JYJ shined the brightest. Now, fans of JYJ all over the world are eagerly awaiting for JYJ’s group activities in 2013, as the members have mentioned preparing for a new JYJ album and looking forward to standing on stage together again.

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[News] Park Yoochun Completes His Grand Slam in 3 Major Broadcasting Agencies With 2012 ‘Rooftop Prince’

[News] Park Yoochun Completes His Grand Slam in 3 Major Broadcasting Agencies With 2012 ‘Rooftop Prince

Actor Park Yoochun has swept the major awards of the 3 major agencies in 3 years, completing the grand slam and showcasing his power.

Park Yoochun received 4 awards in 2012 SBS Acting Awards, receiving the Excellence Award, Best Couple Award, Netizen’s Most Popular Award, The Teen Idol Award with his first SBS drama ‘Rooftop Prince’.

Receiving the Best Rookie Award in his debut year in KBS with ‘Sungkyunkwan Scandal’, and in the following year in MBC with ‘Miss Ripley’, he also won the Excellence Award in 2012 MBC Acting Awards with ‘I Miss You’ as well, before completing the unprecedented rout with ‘Rooftop Prince’.

Park Yoochun, accepting the award, commented “I thank you very much for your support. I had a lot of fun while filming ‘Rooftop Prince’, and I am so happy to receive an award from it. I have so many people to thank. To my father in heaven, whom I have missed during the filming the most and will miss the most until the day I join him, I wish to dedicate this award. I did not tell my father that I loved him a lot during his lifetime. I wish to take this opportunity to tell him that I love him.”

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120802 Win a Medal, Pay the Price

Win a Medal, Pay the Price

FOX Sports Kase Wickman, The Daily
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 Go for the gold — but should you succeed, be prepared to dole out some gold of your own. 

The U.S. Olympic Committee awards prize money to American medal winners: $25,000 for gold, $15,000 for silver, $10,000 for bronze. That prize money is taxed at a rate of 35 percent, Americans for Tax Reform calculated. On top of that, the medals themselves are taxed: You only have to fork over $2 to the IRS for the privilege of keeping your bronze medal, but carve off $236 worth from that gold medal.

Michael Phelps should have no trouble shouldering the tax burden — he makes millions in endorsements. But fellow U.S. swimmer Allison Schmitt has won two golds, a silver and a bronze in London. That’s $75,000 in total prize money — and $26,857 owed to the United States Treasury.

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[Trans] 120201 TVXQ Will Not Be Attending Gaon Chart K-Pop Award on the 22nd Feb‏

[Trans] 120201 TVXQ Will Not Be Attending Gaon Chart K-Pop Award on the 22nd Feb‏

This is TVXQ’s representative.

Regarding the Gaon Chart K-Pop Award on the 22nd February, TVXQ will not be attending. They are currently having their Japan nationwide concert tour. Other than concerts, any other confirmed schedule will be announced at the official website. Since this is already being announced, hope that fans will not misunderstand it.

Everyone please take care and don’t catch a cold in this cold weather. Please continue to support TVXQ in the future.

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Translation 111224 Young Millionaire: Park Yoochun, Asia’s Most Popular Artist, Best-Selling in Korea, Japan

[TRANS] 111224 Young Millionaire : Park Yoochun, Asia’s Most Popular Artist, Best-Selling In Korea, Japan

Park Yoochun’s income is RM31 million(US$10 million)

He’s only 25 years old but his achievements probably invites jealousy from those who are also chasing the dream of being an artist.

Park Yoochun is in the list of top 5 young celebrities who rake in a hefty income, earning RM31 million (US$10 million) a year, at once becoming an inspiration to many youths who seek  similar glory. Not just enjoying popularity in his own country, Yoochun is adored by Japanese fans as well. The explosion of his popularity allows him to receive between RM90,000 to RM100,000 for every appearance.

This level of comfort wasn’t achieved by Yoochun in the blink of an eye. He started out facing hardships, but he didn’t give in or allow fate to dictate his life. Born and raised in Seoul, Korea on 4 June 1986, his family migrated to Virginia, US when he was 13 years old. “The people around me thought that migrating to the US would change my life. They thought I was lucky. Thinking back to that moment makes me not want to go through it all over again. Our financial situation was tough, and it drove me to work hard,” he said. The harsh beginnings have a massive impact on this handsome youth, who’s fondly called “Micky” and “Yuchun” by his fans.

Nevertheless, everything changed in 2003 when SM Entertainment held auditions in the US and Yoochun was picked in that session. With four other members, he joined TVXQ and enjoyed a popularity so meteoric, they were labelled as Asia’s stars, as well as “Kings of the Hallyu wave”. TVXQ reaped various awards in their own country, and in fact Yoochun played a big part in strengthening the group’s journey.

Their achievements weren’t in Korea alone. TVXQ’s rapid popularity snaked into Japan and a week after their first appearance, they started arranging for various activities in the Land of the Rising Sun. His natural talent for writing also led Yoochun to write the song “Kiss The Baby Sky,” that became the theme song of a morning news program in Japan, and allowing him to earn a lucrative income.

However, the sky wasn’t always clear. In 2009, Yoochun faced a major crisis that created so many possibilities when his career was at its peak. In mid-2009, Yoochun and two other members of TVXQ, Kim Jaejoong and Kim Junsu, filed a lawsuit against SM Entertainment for an unfair contract. This lawsuit is still ongoing but the courts have allowed them to be active in the entertainment industry. On October 2010, they formed JYJ.

(Despite the troubles,) those worries gradually faded away when he was given the chance to start something new in his career.

He chose to become an actor and through “SungKyunKwan Scandal,” a drama that’s been sold to several countries, the royalties he received amounted to RM20 million. It has also been hailed as one of the most popular television dramas. He received RM951,000 for every episode, and another RM380,000 for overseas sales, at once putting Yoochun as the celebrity whose earnings reached RM63 million.  His Japanese fans also gave a positive response to the drama, allowing Yoochun to receive a certain amount of fees through DVD sales.

Not just successful in acting, Yoochun, who has been crowned as Asia’s Most Popular Artist also sang the theme song for the drama that earned various acknowledgements on online charts.

(With JYJ), he also produced an album that sold over 410,000 copies, besides raking in total sales of over 780,000 copies for several popular singles in Japan. In 2010, over 1.2 million copies of albums sold had indirectly contributed to the handsome youth’s lucrative earnings.

JYJ’s booming popularity made the trio, especially Yoochun, the advertisers’ top choice in South Korea.Throughout 2011, Yoochun acquired individually, lucrative contracts as tea product ambassador for Tio, Nintendo Wii for the launch of the latest edition of Zelda, Black Smith’s pizza chain and the latest, ramen brand Ottogi. Together with JYJ, Yoochun also appeared in the LG Optimus Q2 ad and became spokesperson for clothing brand NII, Penzal Q, retail outlet Lotte Duty Free and cosmetic company, Nature Republic.

Full name: Park Yoochun
Stage name: Yuchun or Micky Yoochun
Date of birth: 4 Jun 1986
Siblings: Oldest, with younger brother Park Yoohwan
TV series: Sungkyunkwan Scandal and Miss Ripley
Commercials: Tea drink Tio, Black Smith Pizza, Nintendo Wii for the latest edition of Zelda and Ottogi ramen
Individual Achievements (Acting): Best New Male Actor, Internet Choice Actor Award, Favourite Couple Award at the KBS Drama Awards 2010. Most Popular Male Actor, 47th Baeksang Arts Awards (2011), Most Popular Actor in Asia and Best Male Actor at the Seoul International Drama Awards 2011.
Albums with JYJ: The Beginning [October 2010] received 500,000 units ordered and In Heaven [September 2011] 300,000 units ordered.

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111216 So, How ‘Bout Them Mama’s? ~Myndless~

So, How ‘Bout Them MAMAs?

Before I begin this post, know that I am also a crazy fangirl in some ways.  ^_^  But…

Ugh…never have I seen so much crazy mess that is an award ceremony.  From the day the polls opened up for voting to the time of the actual award giving, things were just crazy.  But just to make things clear, I didn’t really pay much attention to it all.  So I really shouldn’t be saying anything about it.  But since my Twitter list is 90% Kpop related, I was still a part of it. 

In the beginning, I wasn’t really opting to vote.  I kept hearing who the nominees were for certain categories and such.  HoMin were nominated for a few as well as Super Junior, B2ST, and several other groups I like.  So, the main reason I didn’t want to vote was because of that: too many of my favorite groups.  But then there was also the fact that I was a little sad that JYJ was once again absent from the list.  Everyday was like one of those voting campaigns for presidential elections you’d see on television.  Fans of various groups had also found ways to boost up the voting results of their groups by making several voting accounts.  To me, I kinda felt that was wrong.  It felt like cheating.  Like fans were doing it just for the sake of the award rather than thinking about if they really deserve it.  Eventually, I did come around to voting, but I wasn’t going to vote for just HoMin or just Super Junior in all categories they were nominated for.  I actually went and looked up some of the other nominated artists and the songs that they were nominated for.  But I only voted ONCE.  That was it.  The rest of the time, I watched as others made various accounts to vote.  I was pretty much ready for it to be over really.  ^^;;

Then, just yesterday (on my side of the world).  Voting had ended and the award ceremony was held…in Singapore.  But it was live streamed as well.  I didn’t watch it because it was during my sleeping hours.  XD  But when I woke up…the reactions were just…  @_@  Cassiopeia was upset because HoMin didn’t win anything.  And I was okay with that.  They’ve won so many awards in the past.  I’m sure Yunho and Changmin were like: “Ah~ No awards this year.  That’s okay though.  We did our best.”  But if all five were there, I’m sure it would’ve been an almost all-kill.  It just goes to show that anything that was once full and becomes divided doesn’t stand a good chance.  Kind of like the slogan I kept hearing while in school.  “United We Stand, Divided We Fall”.  So…what does that tell us, Cassies?  Anyway, I believe E.L.F.s were upset because they didn’t win a certain award.  Again.  Nothing to worry about.  I think Super Junior did well this year too.  And I think they won an award anyway, so I’m cool with it.  I’m not sure why BlackJacks (2NE1’s fans) were upset though.  Either way, many fandoms were butthurt that evening.

Now…I know that there are some things that I do get upset about in my fangirl life.  Most of it being whenever my biases are said to be in relationships and stuff or when things between JYJ and HoMin stans flare up.  But when it comes to awards…I’m cool with it.  HoMin may not have won any awards, but look at our situation.  And heck, neither JYJ or HoMin are nominated for the Golden Disk Awards.  My theory is because they know how us Cassies are.  ^^;;  But whatever, TVXQ (all five members of course) are still stars in my eyes.  No need for an award.  Just keep on truckin’ towards reunification.  To the artists that won an award, I congradualate you~! 

I know I may sound like a bitter fan or some meanie that just stole your lunch money, but doesn’t some of my words have at least some truth or sense to them?  As one of my fellow Cassie friends has said…I am a thinking fan.  There are lots of things I think about that deal with how this fandom is and how I wish it was.  So, as usual, I apologize for stepping on some toes.  Now…onto my next post!

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[Twitter Translation+ Pictures] Nemo Vision CEO Goes To JYJ Office and Twote Junsu & JYJ’s Awards Collection

[TWITTER TRANS+PICS] Nemo Vision CEO Goes to JYJ Office and Twote Junsu & JYJ’s Awards Collection Aug 31

JYJ 김준수의 뮤지컬 남우주연상 상패 ^^ 빛나네요! JYJ 사무실에서 한컷
[TRANS] The plaque for the Best Male Lead for Musicals, of JYJ’s Kim Junsu^^ It’s shining! A cut in the office of JYJ.

한국뮤지컬 대상 인기스타상 김준수 트로피! 상도 많이 받았네요! 못하는게 뭐니 정말~~
[TRANS] The “Popular Star” Trophy for Kim Junsu, from the Korea Musical Best Awards! He has received quite a many awards! What is it that you can’t do really~~

JYJ가 최근 받은 상들 ㅎㅎㅎ 많죠? 반짝반짝
[TRANS] JYJ’s Recently received awards ha ha ha is it? Sparkling

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Translation 110630 Yoochun Best Acting Skills

[Trans] 110630 【Idol Awards For First Half Of Year】 ① Idol With Best Acting Skills – Yoochun

◆The Best Drama, “Idol With Best Acting Skills” is?

JYJ’s Park Yoochun(25) who is currently active in MBC’s Drama “Miss Ripley” beat the other idol singers at the polls and has been awarded the position of “Idol With Best Acting Skills.” Park Yoochun challenged for the first time in last year’s KBS2 drama “Sungkyunkywan Scandal” and received good reviews. In his first attempt at modern-day dramas, he captured the attention of the viewers with his calm voice and gentlemanly appearance, together with his execution of crying scenes that surpasses his rookie status. Fellow acting idols have rated Park Yoochun, who is currently still passionately acting in “Miss Ripley,” as having “progressed to a higher level (of acting.)” Other reviews say that “After two dramas, he cements his place as an actor,” “His stable and calm breathing is well executed,” “He understands and expresses his role very well” and other positive comments.

“Idol With Best Acting Skills”
1. Park Yoochun : 36.3%
2. Choi Siwon : 34.5%
3. Ham Eunjung : 27.2%

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