[News] 131129 Jaejoong is the Top K-Pop Act Selected by Experts on ‘KPOPULOUS’!

It’s no secret that we all have our own favorite music acts, but do you ever wonder who the music experts believe to be the top acts in K-Pop today?

That’s where ‘KPOPULOUS’ comes in. ‘KPOPULOUS’ is a segment that is aired through Arirang TV’s ‘Pops in Seoul’ every week to bring you a fresh look at different acts in K-Pop.

Ten experts from various fields that represent the Korean music industry have come together to share their favorite music acts each week through ‘KPOPULOUS’. Not only will you get to see exclusive interviews with the artists, it’ll all be in English as well!

Check out the episode featuring Jaejoong, and stay tuned as allkpop updates you with a fresh episode of ‘KPOPULOUS’!

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[TRANS] 130817 [Reporter’s Notebook] The Task TVXQ’s Nissan Stadium Concert Has Given K-pop’s Hallyu Wave

hominnissanstadiumtaskTVXQ (U-Know Yunho, Max Changmin) have reached the pinnacle of the Hallyu Wave’s popularity. They will be holding a concert at Japan’s Nissan Stadium (seats 72,000) for two days.

On the 17th and 18th of August, TVXQ will be holding the finale of their ‘TVXQ LIVE TOUR 2013 ~TIME~’ Five Dome tour at the Nissan Stadium in Yokohama, Japan.

A Five Dome tour is a tour that is held in Japan’s five major dome stadiums (Tokyo Dome, Osaka Dome, Nagoya Dome, Fukuoka Dome, Sapporo Dome). Each performance attracts at least 30,000 people and Tokyo Dome can hold the largest capacity of 50,000 people per performance. If two concerts are held in each dome, a Five Dome tour can attract a total of 300,000 people.

Only a handful of singers have held such a tour. Singers who have held such Five Dome tours leave their mark in the music industry as ‘legendary singers’.

What is more impressive than a dome concert is a concert at the Nissan Stadium. With approximately 70,000 audience members per performance, many call it ‘the concert of dreams’.

The Nissan Stadium (formerly known as the Yokohama International Stadium) was built in 1998 and boasts the largest seating capacity of 72,327. It is the place where the finals of the 2002 Korea-Japan World Cup was held. There have only been nine singers who have held concerts in the stadium, and they are the Southern All Stars (2004, 2008), Mister Children (2007), B’z (2008), Glay (2009), X-JAPAN (2010), L’Arc En Ciel (2012), Eikichi Yazawa (2012), AKB48 (2013) and Momoiro Clover Z (2013).

Singers who have held concerts at the venue are called ‘the legend of all legends’, ‘the nation’s singer’ or ‘the rookies who have taken the nation by storm’. What must it feel like to hold a concert for 72,000 at once? Singers who have stood on the stage of Nissan Stadium say, ‘It feels like you’re God, looking down at the people of the world.’


TVXQ are now set to be the first non-Japanese singers to hold a concert at the Nissan Stadium.

It could be said that this will be the pinnacle of K-pop’s Hallyu Wave. A Five Dome tour followed by a concert at the Nissan Stadium. Such a task is not an easy feat that any popular singer can accomplish. When looking at accomplishments in Japanese concerts, TVXQ have climbed as high as they possibly can.

However, TVXQ’s Nissan Stadium concert does not guarantee the longevity of the Hallyu Wave’s popularity in Japan.

TVXQ are basically considered the founders of Japan’s Hallyu boom of K-pop boy bands. It’s already been more than eight years since they made their Japanese debut. Therefore, their Nissan Stadium concert should be seen as the rewards that come from eight years of hard work and experience that TVXQ have put into their Japanese activities.

For K-pop’s Hallyu Wave to continue in Japan, TVXQ’s juniors have a big task ahead of them. The domestic music market should focus more on helping talented rookies with new contents grow and develop rather than being swept up in the euphoria that TVXQ’s Nissan Stadium concert signifies the power of K-pop’s Hallyu Wave.

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[TRANS] 130502 TVXQ Hit The Jackpot Of 100 billion Won In Japan… K-Pop Takes On The Yen

[TRANS] 130502 TVXQ Hit The Jackpot Of 100 billion Won In Japan… K-Pop Takes On The Yen

Inside Story – The Economics of Idol Stars’ Overseas Concerts

– 850,000 audience members… The biggest concerts ever
– Girls’ Generation and SHINee are preparing their world tours
– SM states, “The number of audience members will increase by 50%”
-YG’s G-Dragon is expected to attract 550,000 audience members


TVXQ, the ‘oldest brother’ of Korean idol groups, have yet again proved their explosive popularity in China and Japan. Their Beijing concert in late-March had 10,000 Chinese fans holding light sticks and cheering the singers on. Their Five Dome Tour, which began late last month at the Saitama Super Arena, is expected to attract 850,000 audience members across 18 concerts till mid-August. This means that TVXQ have now set the record of the most number of audience members for a tour in one country. They will be the first non-Japanese singers to be holding a concert at Nissan Stadium, which seats 75,000 people.

The price of tickets for this tour is approximately 120,000 Won per ticket. Considering the fact that 850,000 people will be attending the tour, it can be said that TVXQ have earned 102 billion Won in ticket sales alone. SM Entertainment also has Girls’ Generation and SHINee lined up for world tours starting June, and Super Junior recently visited South America for their own tour.

TVXQ’s world tour last year attracted 570,000 fans. SM Entertainment was able to attract a total of 1.4 million overseas fans to its tours with a joint-concert (300,000) that included Super Junior (280,000), SHINee (250,000), and Girls’ Generation. A representative of SM stated, “The number of audience members we’re attracting this year already rivals the total number last year,” and “If we take into consideration the number of concerts we will have by the end of the year, we can estimate that the number of audience members will increase by 50%.”

K-pop singers have become more active in holding overseas concerts. They are planning to utilize their global popularity to earn a profit in a wide range of countries. YG Entertainment is currently in the process of scheduling Psy’s overseas concert tour and will be revealing the dates once they are done discussing the details with their American partners. A representative of YG stated, “As this is Psy’s first world tour, we expect it to receive global attention.”

YG’s G-Dragon from Big Bang is expected to attract a total of 550,000 fans through 25 performances in 13 cities in 8 countries. He will be the first solo singer to hold a 4 Dome Tour. Big Bang’s Daesung brought in 100,000 fans in 25 performances in 19 Japanese countries. Big Bang also attracted 800,000 fans in 12 cities for their world tour. JYP’s 2PM, DSP’s KARA and FNC’s CN BLUE have either begun or are planning to kick off overseas tours as well.

The industry expects to see a 20% increase in profits from overseas K-pop concerts from last year. Though the number of concerts has increased from last year, the weakening of the Yen has hit hard with Japan being K-pop’s biggest overseas market.

Overseas concerts bring in more profit than album sales and it’s said that half of total K-pop sales (235 million dollars) comes from concerts. The proportion of profit in Japan of K-pop concerts and album sales is 6 to 4. In other countries, concert sales contributes to the majority of overall profits. In large-scale concerts, a total of 2 billion Won can be earned from each concert from sales of goods such as towels, clothing and photobooks.

The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism has decided to create a large-scale concert venue in Korea for overseas fans. Goyang-si Ilsan’s Hallyu World is contracted to build a concert venue by 2016 that will hold 150,000 people.

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[News] 130428 K-pop Stars Giving Back – A New Trend?

[News] 130428 K-pop Stars Giving Back – A New Trend?

Celebrities give back. Who’s the latest to be involved in charity?

A handful of superstars including the likes of Psy, JYJ and Lee Byung Hun are giving back in big ways. The entertainers are taking their earnings to help others in need and using their platforms to give a voice to communities.

Psy is literally taking his “Gentleman” status to a whole new level. The international star has plans to donate 500 million won (approximately $557,000 USD) to help children suffering with cancer. On top of the whopping donation, the “Gangnam Style” singer is taking part of the $10 miracle program which raises money to build a children’s rehabilitation hospital. The project is headed by The Purme Foundation’s ambassador Sean of Jinusean.

Gorgeous actress Song Hye Kyo recently worked with an animal protection foundation to care for stray dogs. Song Hye Kyo along with Lee Hyori are known for their love of animals and give as much of their free time to helping animals in need.

Trio group, JYJ, and clothing brand, NII, are teaming up together for a great cause! The group will be holding a fan event called “GIVE” where the proceeds will go to a charity called Good Neighbors. The event will take place at the COEX auditorium hall in Samsung-dong, Seoul, Korea.

 G.I. Joe actor Lee Byun Hun recently led a charity event called “Cinema Theque Charity Night” at the Gangnam Shinsegae Department Burberry Store. The event was put together to support and improve Korean independent films and the night was filled with loads of important figures in the film industry.

While the industry is known for its glitz and glamour, it’s nice to see huge stars taking the time out to give back!

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[Trans] 130124 JYJ’s Kim Jaejoong, “There Exists An Unjust World That People Can’t See”

[Trans] 130124 JYJ’s Kim Jaejoong, “There Exists An Unjust World That People Can’t See”

– His lawsuit comes to an end in 3 years… His first solo album in 10 years

JYJ’s Kim Jaejoong (27), who we met at the Seoul Plaza Hotel on the 21st, seemed to be cautious of his words. When we asked him how he felt about his recently ended lawsuit, he seemed to shake a bit before he spoke up. He said, “I’m really happy,” and “You probably don’t know how big my smile was when I heard the news.”

The lawsuit of JYJ (Kim Jaejoong, Park Yoochun, Kim Junsu), who broke away from TVXQ in 2009, against SM Entertainment ended in November last year with a settlement. The group also won their exclusive contract invalidity and indemnification for damages lawsuit against Japan’s biggest music agency AVEX on the 18th. AVEX signed a contract with JYJ in February, 2010 to help them with their Japanese activities, but then announced that they would be halting all of their activities in September. The Tokyo District Courts gave the verdict, “Avex can no longer claim that they are the sole management agency of JYJ.” AVEX must pay 7.8 billion Won (660 million Yen) to JYJ for the indemnification for damages charges.


“In our point of view, this was something we knew would happen, but we were frustrated because it was taking so long to resolve. The three of us told each other ‘It’s been rough, but we got through it.’”

But there’s a disappointing note to all of this. Kim Jaejoong said, “Unjust things. They’re not limited to the laws and contracts,” and “There’s an unjust order that people can’t see, there exists a world where such ridiculous things are accepted.”

As soon as their lawsuit began, it became more difficult for JYJ to appear on TV. He stated, “Whenever PDs or screenwriters say, ‘Why don’t you appear on TV?’ I say to them, ‘Muster the courage to be the first to call us in.’”

The situation isn’t that different in Japan. When they borrowed a concert venue, they would be blocked in various ways. He said, “Most of all, I really want to hold a concert in Japan as soon as possible.”

Though JYJ have been faced with so many obstacles, they have collected a string of achievements. Kim Junsu and Park Yoochun have been shining in the musical and drama industries respectively. Kim Jaejoong, who took on the role of the stage director for JYJ’s world tour, released his solo album on the 17th and has stepped up on his individual activities. He has always filled JYJ’s albums with emotional compositions, and he has now put his all into his own solo album.

The theme of the album is ‘rock’. Of the five tracks in the album, ‘MINE’ and ‘One Kiss’ were created through a collaboration with rocker Kim Bada, who took on the melody while Kim Jaejoong took on the lyrics. Kim Bada also helped direct the vocals and chorus of the songs.

Kim Jaejoong said, “I know that it’s dangerous for a singer with roots in an idol group to sing rock songs. Kim Bada was also concerned about this,” and “Regardless of this, I really wanted to work with great rock musicians, and I wanted to create an intense, rock-inspired performance.”

He has always introduced a rock element to JYJ’s world tours, creating songs with rebellious messages. Regarding his title song ‘MINE’, he explained, “It’s a story about my small domain, and it’s a song that warns others not to take even that freedom away from me.” He added, “I was worried that underground artistes would reject my work and say, ‘A kid who doesn’t know the first thing about rock is singing rock’. But there were a lot of people who gave me good reviews,” and “I think it’s because I mixed K-pop with rock, instead of fully going the traditional rock route, or because of Kim Bada.” The other two songs ‘Comfort for Myself’ and ‘All Alone’, sincere and sophisticated songs, were composed by Kim Jaejoong.

Kim Jaejoong made his debut as a member of TVXQ in 2004 and it has been 10 years since his debut. He said, “I couldn’t fall asleep yesterday (20th) so I listened to all the songs I’ve sung till now, and I found that there are 120~130 songs,” and “I looked back on the past 10 years by listening to all the songs, and I found that the good memories came to mind before the bad ones.” He also smiled and said, “This is my first solo album since I made my debut 10 years ago, and it makes me happy to feel like I’ve become a rookie all over again.” Kim Jaejoong will be focusing on his individual activities in the first half of the year and will resume group activities with the rest of JYJ in the second half of the year.

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[VIDEO-ENG SUBS] Junsu’s Mexican Interview with Fer Gay

There would have to be a million copies of you to go around Duckie. Impossible. I pray that you will find that special person someday. 🙂 Momma Cha <3

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[Info] 120913 Biggest K-Pop Music Event To Be Held in November

[Info] 120913 Biggest K-Pop music event to be held in November

Arguably the biggest Korean pop music event to be held in Singapore so far will take place on Nov 23.

SM Town Live Tour III, a multi-act mega concert over four hours featuring Korean music superstars Super Junior, Girls’ Generation and BoA among others, will be staged at the Marina Bay floating platform.

Its stage is touted as the world’s largest floating stage. Measuring 120m by 83m, or 9,960 sq m, it is considerably larger than the 5,572 sq m National Day Parade stage this year.

And with 18,000 tickets to be released for sale, starting Sept 29, it should also draw far more fans than the Mnet Music Awards held last year at the Singapore Indoor Stadium, which has a maximum capacity of 12,000.

At the moment, Singapore will be one of only three stops for the concert in South-east Asia. Jakarta and Bangkok are the other two.

 SM Town Live, which started in 2008, is a marquee event for the Korean pop label SM Entertainment, gathering the company’s roster of top acts such as Super Junior, Girls’ Generation, BoA, Shinee, f(x) and TVXQ. While the final line-up in Singapore has yet to be finalised, the first three acts have been confirmed.

The 10-member boy band Super Junior and nine-strong girl group Girls’ Generation, among the most popular K-pop acts in Singapore, have performed here in the past year.

Singer BoA, a former teen prodigy who released her debut album at the age of 13, has never performed in Singapore, as hercareer had peaked well before the Korean wave, or Hallyu, had started.

The current SM Town Live Tour is the concert’s third edition.

According to local concert promoter Running Into The Sun, which is bringing the concert here, it is a huge undertaking which has taken it 2 1/2 years to bring to reality.

Ms Beatrice-Chia Richmond, the company’s creative director, says: “SM Town is truly the mother of all K-pop concerts.”

She adds that the event is a “massive concert that has only been staged so far at iconic international venues”, including Seoul’s
Olympic Stadium, Los Angeles’ Staples Center, Tokyo’s Tokyo Dome and New York’s Madison Square Garden.

In Singapore, 5,000 fans will get to be in the mosh pit on the floating platform itself, with the luckiest ones just 3m from the stage.

The four-hour concert will feature fireworks, flying stunts and water features.

Priority ticket sales for OCBC card members and Samsung customers (who have to produce any Samsung handset) are from Sept 29 to Oct 1.

Public sales starts from Oct 2.

Prices will be announced later and it is not yet known how many tickets will be set aside for priority sales.

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[Pic] JYJ Was Mentioned in Asia Pacific Defense FORUM (a professional military magazine)

[Pic] JYJ was mentioned in Asia Pacific Defense FORUM (a professional military magazine)

Asia Pacific Defense FORUM is a professional military magazine published quarterly by the commander of the U.S. Pacific Command to provide an international forum for military personnel of the Asian and Pacific areas.


นิตยสารเอเชีย แปซิฟิก ดีเฟนส์ ฟอรัม เป็นนิตยสารทางการทหารที่จัดทำขึ้นทุกๆสามเดือน โดยกองบัญชาการทหารสหรัฐอเมริกาประจำภาคพื้นแปซิฟิก เพื่ออเป็นพื้นที่แสดงความคิดเห็นในระดับนานาชาตสำหรับเจ้าหน้าที่ทางทหารของ ภูมิภาคเอเชียและแปซิฟิก


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[INFO] University of Michigan Symposium on Hallyu 2.0: “OF THE FANS, BY THE FANS, FOR THE FANS – THE REPUBLIC OF JYJ”

[INFO] University of Michigan Symposium on Hallyu 2.0: “OF THE FANS, BY THE FANS, FOR THE FANS – THE REPUBLIC OF JYJ”

The University of Michigan will be holding a Symposium on the Hallyu Wave on April 6. One of the seminars offered during the 2nd panel is entitled: “Of the fans, by the fans, for the fans: The Republic of JYJ.”

YJ3 Note: Prof. Seung-ah Lee has presented the same topic at UC Irvine.  Event description is below:

The nationalist celebrations behind K-pop hide uncomfortable and troubled reality of the Korean entertainment industry. Far from being a paradise for aspiring young artists, SM Entertainment is a powerful industrial machinery that maintains complete control over the products it manufactures—the dancing and singing teenage boys and girls who are carefully marketed as “idol groups.” Prof. Lee’s lecture examines the JYJ fandom as an emerging social movement and analyzes both the mechanisms and logics internal to this movement.

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[NEWS] 120322 K-Pop Fever In South America “Grow Twice As More”

[NEWS] K-Pop Fever In South America “Grow Twice As More”

CNN Chile reporter Stavros Mosjos that came to report for JYJ’s Chile concert shared, “Now K-Pop that was limited to certain fan base has now reached the public. Now is the perfect time for K-Pop to spread out to the general public.”

The furthest country from Korea, Santiago, Chile, shows Kia, Hyundai, LG, and Samsung company’s billboards are lined up on the way to downtown from Comodoro Arturo Merino Benitez airport. 1 of three to four cars on the street are Korea. K-Pop is greeting an important time as Korea’s brand power is already significant in South America.

All the K-Pop fans, concert promoter, and press have stated that this year is the golden opportunity for K-Pop to spread K-Pop in South America.

According to the fans in Chile there are about 2-3 students in each classroom who are K-Pop fans. Although it only reached the mania however due to the ardent fans now K-Pop music has started to spread out to the general public.

CNN Chile reporter Stavros Mosjos that came to report for JYJ’s Chile concert shared, “Now K-Pop that was limited to certain fan base has now reached the public. Now is the perfect time for K-Pop to spread out to the general public.”

Concert promoters expect the current K-Pop of 20,000 to 30,000 market audiences to grow more than twice the size within this year. JYJ’s concert promoter Noix company CEO Gonzalo Garcia stated, “Korean artists popularity will more than double within one year. K-Pop is surely attracting quite a lot of attention.”

Some say that this type of popularity can be a temporary K-Pop boom however if you look further back Chie’s hallyu wave began much earlier. Majority of JYJ’s fan that visited JYJ’s concert March 9 has been a fan of JYJ since 5-6 years ago. This is even before the K-Pop boom started.

Cristina Jorquera, 25 shared that her Korean name is Han Boa said she became interested in Korean artists through Japanese animation. She held an interview after the concert with OSEN stating, “I liked Japanese animation which had me take interest in Japan’s pop culture which in turn made me a fan of BoA and TVXQ who were active in Japan at that time. I came to know that they were all Korean artists which led me to take interest in Korea.” Not only that she replied that majority of JYJ’s fans have been waiting for their performance for over 5 years, which tells us this is not a temporary boom.

Especially the K-Pop artists are already influencing the Chile’s youth values so it’s expected that K-Pop will become a larger influence. The stories of K-Pop artists making a name for themselves on their own seem to have contributed to being more favorable towards Korean artists. Another fan Nicole Escobar, 27 stated, “The social polarization in South America is very severe which limits the youth of dreaming of becoming successful however seeing the Korean artists that endure the difficult trainee period to become successful singers allow us to have hope ‘I can do it.’ Many fans like their stories of overcoming hardship.”

The fans have gathered actively together with other Korean artists fans to share and exchange information. Nicole Escobar, “International fan clubs are community of destiny. Although my friend is a fan of After School since there is no one in the fan club who can fluently speak Korean or English. Therefore they will request to a Super Junior fan who can speak English to translate some information. So there are these fan clubs that gather together to socialize by sharing information. If the numbers of fans are small then the Korean artists will not come to visit us, therefore it’s fairly important for all the fans to unite.”

Nevertheless there are still many things that are lacking. Fans pointed out that for K-Pop’s popularity to grow further within Chile the sharing of information needs to be more active. Cristina Jorquera expressed,“It’s is really difficult to find the information of my favorite artist in my language. More than the music that is made worldwide composers and new trend, we need the access to the information. We can even barely find one official homepage in Spanish.”

There is another assignment to solve. The reporters in Chile shared, “If album license is issued properly and CD is distributed, more fans who will purchase for $25-30 rather than purchasing it for $300-$400 from online.”

Most of all, the willingness of K-Pop stars towards the fans in South America will be the deciding factor to K-Pop sensation’s future. And more artists including Super Junior and B2ST have been reported to be preparing for concerts in South America. Big Bang, Super Junior, SHINee, 2NE1 are also popular in Chile, according to the reporters in Chile. As the interests towards K-Pop increase, there will be a higher demand for local events and concerts.

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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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[TRANS] 120110 TVXQ Chosen by Oricon as No.1 “Most Active K-Pop Stars of 2011

[TRANS] 120110 TVXQ Chosen by Oricon as No.1 “Most Active K-pop Stars of 2011

TVXQ has been chosen as the most active Kpop artists in Japan for 2011.

Japan’s Oricon recently released an article with the title “An Introduction to the most active Korean artists in 2011” and selected TVXQ as the most active K-pop stars. Coming back as a 2-member group, U-Know Yunho and Choikang Changmin have shown powerful  performances that captured the attention of the viewers. Their single “Why (Keep Your Head Down)” sold over 230,000 copies in its first week, a highly popular group.

Oricon also picked TVXQ’s single “Why (Keep Your Head Down)” as the “Best K-pop Single/Album of 2011”

(Concert tour information omitted)

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[News] 120113 JYJ is reported in Chicago Sun-Times For The First Time As Korean Singers

[News] 120113 JYJ is reported in Chicago Sun-Times for the first time as Korean singers

Group JYJ was recently reported in Chicago Sun-Times for the first time as a Korean singer.

On January 9 (Local time), the newspaper reported on JYJ and Kanye West and said that they previously worked together.

Kanye West drew a lot of attention because he was featured in JYJ’s song “Ayyy Girl” from their worldwide album The Beginning.

JYJ was also reported in the British newspaper Guardian on December 29 of last year. The said, “Kanye West recently worked with K-pop trio JYJ.”

People responded: “JYJ is the best.” “JYJ is going into the world.” “JYJ is acknowledged more in the world.” “I’m eagerly anticipating their next album.”

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