[News] 140310 SBS ‘Good Day’ reveals JYJ filming their Incheon Asia Games CF

SBS’ ‘Good Day’ went behind the scenes to JYJ’s Incheon Asian Games CF filming!

The boys are dressed warmly for the upcoming spring weather. Even though they must have been in the still-cold weather, the boys are all smiles for the CF.

In the interview, the group was asked what sport they were looking forward to the most. Junsu said, “I like soccer, so I’m looking forward to soccer the most.” Jaejoong answered, “Last time, I saw Son Yeon Jae at a gala show. I’m looking forward to better results this year.”

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[TRANS] 131113 The Incheon Asian Games’ Guangzhou Showcase Sells Out In Three Minutes And Fifty Seconds


The 2014 Incheon asian Games Committee announced that their Guangzhou showcase ‘Cheer Asia’ began taking ticket reservations at 7:30pm on the ticket reservation site Damai (http://www.damai.cn/) and was completely sold out in three minutes and fifty seconds, with over 130,000 people accessing the site at the same time.

The committee has been providing free tickets for their Hanoi and Guangzhou showcases, which are being held to raise awareness for the 17th Incheon Asian Games that will be held from the 19th of September till the 4th of October in 2014.

A representative of the committee stated, “Many fans who support JYJ and the Incheon Asian Games have been phoning in to ask about the showcase, and the show was sold out as soon as ticket reservations began,” and “The committee will work with JYJ and the Korean culture performance team to create an amazing event that everyone can enjoy.”

‘Cheer Asia’ is a showcase that will be held at 8pm on the 21st of November at the Guangzhou Gymnasium, and will feature performances that reflect Korea’s culture, as well as a rendition of JYJ’s Incheon Asiad song ‘Only One’. ‘Only One’, JYJ’s first group song in two years, has an exciting melody and easy-to-follow choreography that have received a positive response all across Asia. The music video of ‘Only One’ has gathered six million views in China alone.

Information about the showcase can be found on the Incheon Asian Games’ official Chinese blog (http://blog.sina.com.cn/2014agincheon) and Weibo account (http://weibo.com/2014agincheon).

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[News] 131025 JYJ unite 3,400 fans in Vietnam for the ’2014 Incheon Asian Games’


JYJ united 3,400 fans during their roadshow and showcase in Vietnam for the ’2014 Incheon Asian Games’!

C-JeS Entertainment stated, “The ’2014 Incheon Asian Games’ held a PR roadshow and showcase in Hanoi, Vietnam on the 24th. Upon JYJ’s arrival in Hanoi, media outlets were ecstatic, and fans filled the national convention center of 3,400 seats as they danced along to choreography for JYJ’s ’2014 Incheon Asian Games’ theme song, ‘Only One’, showing a hot response.”

JYJ shared, “We want to be of help in the unity of Asia. We think that the ’2014 Incheon Asian Games’ will serve as a place to unify races, culture, and languages.”




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[TRANS] 130910 JYJ’s 38-Second ‘Asiad Song’ Teaser Gets Over 300,000 Views In One Week


It’s gotten 300,000 views in one week. The teaser video for ‘Only One’, JYJ’s Incheon Asiad song, has been met with an explosive response.

On the 3rd, the Incheon Asian Games committee uploaded the video on their official YouTube channel (http://www.youtube.com/Incheon2014) and it garnered over 300,000 viewers in one week. Fans from all over the world, not only Korea and Asia, have shown their interest in the song with over 1,600 comments made in various languages such as English, Korea, Japanese and Chinese.

JYJ, who are at the center of Asia’s Hallyu Wave, were chosen to be the honorary ambassadors of the Incheon Asian Games in February. They have been working since the early months of this year on an Incheon Asiad song and music video that the four billion people of Asia can enjoy together.

The teaser video, which is around 38 seconds long, shows the members of JYJ entering the main Asiad stadium and cheering for their Incheon Asian Games. Shots of the three members recording the song, practicing the choreography and shooting the music video have Hallyu fans and sports fans alike excited to see what comes next.

The full audio and music video of ‘Only One’ will be released all across Asia on the 16th, exactly one year till the games begin. Afterwards, JYJ will be promoting the Incheon Asian Games on a ‘road show’ across Asia in countries such as China and Vietnam.

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[TRANS] 130903 JYJ, Back Together In Two Years! The Teaser Video Of Their Incheon Asiad Song ‘Only One’ Is Released

The first teaser video of ‘Only One’, the Incheon Asiad song sung by JYJ, the honorary ambassadors of the ’2014 Incheon Asian Games’, has been released.

The committee of the 2014 Incheon Asian Games released the teaser video of ‘Only One’, JYJ’s Incheon Asiad song, on the 3rd on the their official YouTube channel (http://www.youtube.com/Incheon2014).


Since being named the honorary ambassadors of the 2014 Incheon Asian Games in February, JYJ have been actively participating in the creation of an Incheon Asiad song and music video that people all across Asia can enjoy together. The teaser that was released today hopes to convey the message to support and enjoy the moments of glory of the Incheon Asian Games with JYJ in a bright and fun atmosphere.

Kwon Kyung Sang, the head of the committee, stated, “The song ‘Only One’ refers to the fact that the people of Asia will overcome racial, linguistic and cultural barriers to become one for the tournament,” and “We created the song in the hopes that the Incheon Asian Games will help people respect each other’s differences and pave the future together.”

The full song and music video of ‘Only One’ will be released all across Asia on the 16th of September, exactly a year before the opening ceremony of the 2014 Incheon Asian Games, and JYJ plan to participate in promotional activities all across Asia afterwards.

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Editors Opinion: JYJ Honorary Ambassadorship of the 2014 Incheon Asian Games

jyjniifallcircus2013I have been waiting to hear news about the outcome of the decisions surrounding JYJ’s participation in the 2013 Incheon Hallyu Tourism Concert : Incheon Korean Music Wave 2013. The possibility that Jaejoong, Yoochun, and Junsu would once again fall victim to a system that sees no moral dilemma in using their popularity as a means of promoting the 2014 Incheon Asian Games, yet continues to deny them the respect and courtesy deserving of their popular status, has come once more into public view. It is not a pretty picture.This is just another example of the pettiness of the entertainment industry in their bold disregard for the established institutions of their society which have been set in place to ensure fair treatment of all citizens. This basically boils down to violation of JYJ’s constitutional rights as citizens of South Korea.

How did I get here? It is obvious that the court system has ruled in favor of Jaejoong, Yoochun, and Junsu through the countless lawsuits and injunctions resulting in decisions supporting JYJ handed down by the judiciary. The FTC and public officials of powerful rank and personal integrity have given their support, yet all are being ignored. This has dire implications. By ignoring the judiciary, the FTC, and public figures, a message is being put out there that states the belief that they are untouchable and hold all the power. Time will tell.

The industry has been told hands off of JYJ’s activities, thus implied,  Jaejoong, Yoochun, and Junsu’s individual activities as well. In essence, they are being told to take their hands off of JYJ’s potentialities in the marketplace of entertainment. There is no way that anyone can truthfully deny JYJ’s abilities, earning potential, or promotional power. So, in an effort to exploit those assets; perhaps in hopes of receiving recompense, or in furthering their own cause, the bait and switch method has been employed. Engage these dynamic, charismatic, patriotic persons to attract the public’s attention; then withdraw any opportunities that will permanently place them in the historical equation or that will allow them access to former teammates..

Those who have been totally underestimated in this situation are the fans and supporters of Jaejoong, Yoochun, and Junsu. After all, this has happened before in the form of the ‘Jeju Island’s 7 Natural Wonders of The World’ incident as referred to in the message C-Jes recently placed on their Official Homepage. The dedicated fans will always be committed to trying their best to help JYJ to weather this seemingly unending storm based on the fans knowledge of Jaejoong, Yoochun, and Junsu’s integrity. The fans and supporters are individuals and groups who can see the injustices for what they are–  attempts to belittle and rob JYJ of their opportunities and self-esteem. Viewed in an objective manner, it is a complete travesty of justice. In whatever form the fan support appears, it is a direct message to Jaejoong, Yoochun, Junsu, and others who may some day face similar circumstances. Justice can prevail. It is JYJ’s commitment to maintain their integrity that will win the day.

Through all of this Jaejoong, Yoochun, and Junsu have proven themselves to be strong, moral individuals, who, even as this insult among many has targeted them, have made a determination to carry through with the activities they have been offered as Honorary Ambassadors of the 2014 Incheon Asian Games. They will do well. Diplomacy is their largest suit. After all, how do you think they have managed all these years? Jaejoong, Yoochun, and Junsu are wonderful candidates for honorary ambassadorship.

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