JYJ – Creation / Concert in Shanghai

Beautiful HD here. I so enjoy the fact that our Guys sound just as good live as recorded. Great talent   🙂  <3 <3 <3

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[TRANS] 130722 [Message From U-Know Yunho] Hello, This Is U-Know Yunho. ^^


Hello~ This is U-Know Yunho.
Cassiopeia, I hope you are all doing well~?^^
I was out on a break today and decided to go to Gangwon Province to see a friend off as he returns to his unit in the army~
But I heard that you guys were all so worried about me, so I decided to write a post to assure you of my condition and thank all the fans who came to our Shanghai concert..

Because I wanted to create a better performance for all of our loving fans at the concert, I put all my efforts into preparing, rehearsing and exercising before the event. My muscles cramped up and I ended up making you all worry, which makes my heart ache so much when I think about it..

But thanks to the passionate shouts and cheers that you sent us when we got on stage, and thanks to all the love you have for us, I  was able to stay strong and keep going till the very end. I’ve gotten better now, and it’s not that the wire had snapped, so please don’t worry too much about it~^^

Though we and our fans were exhausted because of the hot weather, each and every heart at that venue became one to create a performance that we all enjoyed!!!! Thank you!!!!!

To our Cassiopeia, who have always loved and cared for us, I will continue to work hard to repay your love with performances that only get better and better!!!
Please be careful to avoid getting hurt or sick from the heat, overexposure to air conditioning and damages from the rain in this hot weather~~
And please continue to shower us with your support. ^_^v

We are~~~~~~~~~~~~~~T!!!!!!!!

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[News] 130723 JYJ’s Junsu (XIA) Tops Japan Tower Records Charts with “Incredible”


JYJ‘s Junsu (XIA) has topped the overall daily chart at Japan Tower Records with his second full-length album, “Incredible.”

In addition, he ranked at number two after Japanese group NEWS on the overall weekly chart (July 15-July 21). He also placed first on the weekly K-Pop chart.

A source close to Junsu stated, “Junsu’s album ranked number one on Tower Records’ overall pre-order rankings before the release, which raised the anticipation of Japanese fans. It is amazing that Junsu was able to rank first and second without being able to do album promotions, surpassing other Japanese artists.

Junsu moves on with his solo Asia tour from Thailand on July 28 to Shanghai, Seoul August 3-4, and Busan August 10-11.

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[TRANS] 130721 ‘World Tour’ TVXQ Arrive In Shanghai, China.. ‘Captivates 10,000 Fans’

On their world tour, TVXQ have performed in LA, USA, Santiago, Chile, and now Shanghai, China.


TVXQ held their ‘TVXQ! LIVE WORLD TOUR ‘CATCH ME’ in SHANGHAI’ concert at 7:30pm at the Mercedes-Benz Arena in Shanghai, China. They captivated 10,000 fans with an amazing performance and great stage sets.


On this day, TVXQ performed a total of 25 songs, including hits like ‘Catch Me’, ‘Humanoids’, ‘Rising’, Why? Keep Your Head Down’, and ‘Mirotic’, as well as solo performances by U-Know Yunho and Max Changmin of ‘Honey Funny Bunny’ and the Chinese ballad ‘Ting Hai (聽海)’ respectively.


Fans in the audience held pearl-red fanlights and sang along in Korean, enjoying the performance to the fullest and even prepared a paper slogan event that said ‘TVXQ! Let’s Fly’, touching TVXQ and making the atmosphere of the concert better than ever.


There was fierce competition at the arena to grab last-minute tickets on the day of the concerts, and countless fans flocked to the area to take their chance. As they rushed towards the entry gate, the door at the gate broke, requiring the presence of public safety officials to sort things out.


Meanwhile, TVXQ have now successfully completed their Shanghai performance and are set to become the first non-Japanese singers to perform at Japan’s Nissan Stadium on the 17th and 18th of August. These two performances will conclude their large-scale Japanese tour that is expected to attract a total of 850,000 people.


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[TRANS] 130719 TVXQ Release A Photo Of Their Shanghai Concert Rehearsal… A Sneak Peak Of What’s To Come


A photo of TVXQ (U-Know Yunho, Max Changmin) rehearsing for their Shanghai concert has been released to fans.

On the 19th, TVXQ’s agency uploaded a photo of TVXQ rehearsing for their Shanghai concert, which will take place on the 20th of this month, on SM Town’s official Weibo (China’s Twitter) account.

The two members of TVXQ can be seen singing into microphones on a stage that looks like a two-tiered cake. below them, their dancers can be seen practicing getting their audience pumped up. Though the seats are all empty as it is a rehearsal, TVXQ and their dancers give it their all under the bright lights of the stage.

When the rehearsal photo was released, Chinese fans couldn’t hold back their excitement for the concert. Anticipated fans left comments such as, “Good luck!”, “TVXQ in Shanghai and Girls’ Generation in Taiwan!”, “I’m so excited for tomorrow’s concert,” and “I’m suddenly feeling so excited. I can’t sit still.”

Having already performed in LA, USA and Santiago, Chile for their World tour, TVXQ will be holding their ‘TVXQ! LIVE WORLD TOUR ‘CATCH ME’ in SHANGHAI’ concert at the Mercedes-Benz Arena in Shanghai on the 20th.

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[Trans] 130705 [C-JeS] Information Regarding The Shanghai (China) Leg Of Kim Junsu’s Asia Tour

[Trans] 130705 [C-JeS] Information Regarding The Shanghai (China) Leg Of Kim Junsu’s Asia Tour

This is C-JeS Entertainment.

After releasing his second solo album on the 15th of July, Kim Junsu will be kicking off his Asia Tour in Thailand on the 20th of July, and continuing his tour in Shanghai, China on the 28th of July.

Here is the information regarding Kim Junsu’s Shanghai concert.

[Information on XIA (JUNSU)’s Shanghai Concert]
Date: 2013. 7. 28 (Sun) 7:30 p.m.
Venue: Shanghai Mercedes-Benz Arena
Ticket Reservation Site: http://www.damai.cn/
Ticket Reservation Starting Date: 2013. 7. 8. (8:00 a.m.)

**It is illegal to buy or sell tickets on any on or offline mediums that have been announced on C-JeS’ official homepage and official Facebook page. Please be careful not to participate in such practices so as to avoid incurring any losses.

Thank you.

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[TRANS] 130318 JYJ’s Jaejoong Says, “Asia Tour Fanmeet-Concert… I’m Happy To Be Connecting With My Fans”

[TRANS] 130318 JYJ’s Jaejoong Says, “Asia Tour Fanmeet-Concert… I’m Happy To Be Connecting With My Fans”

I’m happy about my Asia tour concert because it helps me connect with my fans.”

Amidst his Asia tour fanmeet and concert, JYJ’s Kim Jaejoong opened up about his feelings and determination.

On the 16th Kim Jaejoong met with Korean reporters for a press conference ahead of his ‘Your, My and Mine’ Asia tour fanmeet and concert at the Shanghai Marriott Hotel Luwan.

During the press conference, Kim Jaejoong talked about being back in Shanghai as he stated, “It makes me feel great knowing that I held a fanmeet here last year and am holding a concert here this year,” and “I feel like I’m coming to greet my Shanghai fans every year. It’s a city that I have deep affection for.”

Kim Jaejoong added, “I decided to divide the concert into three sections because I wanted to create a space for me to share my stories with my fans, connect with them and introduce the music from my album to them,” and “After spending some time with the fans, I’ll be having a short yet impactful mini concert. I will do my best and work hard.”

Kim Jaejoong released his first solo mini album ‘I’ in January and met with over 20,000 domestic and overseas fans at the Ilsan KINTEX on the 26th and 27th of January and in Bangkok, Thailand on the 17th of February.

▶Here is the Q&A session from Kim Jaejoong’s press conference

-How do you feel about holding a concert in Shanghai, China?
“It makes me feel great knowing that I held a fanmeet here last year and am holding a concert here this year. I feel like I’m coming to greet my Shanghai fans every year. It’s a city that I have deep affection for. I come alone, and I come as a member of JYJ.”

-You held a press conference with the Chinese media before the one with the Korean media; what question made you feel happy?
“Setting aside the questions themselves, the Chinese reporters looked at me with delight. Something about their gaze made me feel great (laughter). It felt great to see them showing their affection for me.”

-We’re curious to know how much you participated in the directing of your current Asia tour concert.
“I held two concerts in Korea on the 26th and 27th of Korea. From the planning stages of the concert, I made a request for the concert to be split into three sections. My upcoming concert here will also have a fanmeet and a concert. Though there was the fear that it would feel low-grade and be difficult to concentrate on, but I wanted to create a space for me to share my stories with my fans, connect with them and introduce the music from my album to them. The upcoming fanmeet and concert can be seen to be fulfilling the same goal. Though it was easy to communicate with my Korean fans, I was very worried about doing the same thing with the overseas fans. But because the Thailand concert turned out better than expected, I think the Shanghai concert will be great as well.”

-Do you have any special events prepared for the China concert?
“It won’t be too different from my Thailand concert. The music that I’ve prepared is the same, but there will be a few changes to the fanmeet part of the concert. Because the audience changes, I will probably do things differently depending on the reactions of the fans. It’s not that I have something special specifically planned, but if I were to pinpoint something special about my Shanghai concert, it would be that I’m in Shanghai and connecting with my fans.”

-As a group, JYJ has created a niche for themselves in the Japanese market. You must sometimes think about expanding into the Chinese market as well.
“China is a country that we can’t give up. All of us believe that China is a country we need to visit, no matter how little time we have.”

-The feeling of standing on stage with the other members and standing on stage alone must be very different.
“I don’t think there’s anything good about being alone, because you feel lonely. (laughter) When Junsu was on his world tour and had just returned to Korea after his South America tour, he looked at me and said, ‘I thought I was going to die from loneliness.’ I thought being on a tour alone would be a new and great experience, but I realized that the loneliness you feel is inevitable.

For example, when we take on something new like acting in dramas or musicals, we take on that challenge thinking about what we can do to succeed and do well because all of us are working solo. But when it comes to musical activities and albums, you end up spending a lot of time alone when you’re used to being with your members. I couldn’t get used to that.”

-What is the biggest difference between a performance by JYJ and one by Kim Jaejoong?
“When the three of us are performing together, we move around a lot to give fans an equal opportunity to see all of our faces from a close distance. When I’m alone, I don’t move around as much. What’s difficult is that I have to keep singing by myself. Junsu complains that all the songs I write are in a high range, and I find myself agreeing with him and finding it difficult when I have to sing one of my own compositions by myself (laughter).”

-If you were to pinpoint a difference between JYJ fans and Kim Jaejoong fans, what would it be?
“There’s one thing that’s for sure. Kim Jaejoong fans are stronger, no matter what part of the world they come from. My fans seem to function at a level above everyone else, saying things like ‘I love you’ instead of ‘I like you’, and ‘You drive me crazy’ instead of ‘I love you’. It’s something I’ve been feeling for a while. (laughter) For example, even if ten people are calling out Yoochun and Junsu’s names, they are drowned out by two of my fans calling out my name. Kim Jaejoong fans are all full of passion.”

-Was there a moment in your Asia tour that the fans moved you deeply?
“When I see how much they’ve changed from the past, I’m moved deeply by the heart-warming scene. In my concert, there’s a segment where they get to communicate with me. Before, fans would get jealous when I was playing games with other fans, but they’ve changed. They play along and encourage everyone involved. It made me feel at ease and it felt like one big family.”

-During one of your events for the fans, you cooked rabokki (spicy rice cakes with ramen noodles).
“I made rabokki during my Korean concert, but I failed during my Thailand concert. It tastes great if it’s a little sweet so I like to put sugar in it, but the staff had already seasoned it backstage because they were worried that the audience wouldn’t like it. I didn’t know that so I ruined the food in Thailand. But I want to succeed this time and feed the fans some good food.”

-Is rabokki the dish you’re most confident about?
“I’m really good at cooking. I’ll get married one day, and all she (my future wife) needs to do is bring herself to me. Because both my parents worked ever since I was young, I cooked a lot when I was home alone. I’m good at any housekeeping chores and I’m a great cook. When I was young, my dream was to become a chef. (laughter)”

-Do you ever feel that you’re in a competition with Junsu, who has also released a solo album and held a solo concert? What was the advice the other members gave you?
“The thought that I needed to beat Junsu never crossed my mind. The concert I’m holding is so different from the one Junsu held. Now that I’ve released a solo album and started my tour, I’m sure I’ll be able to feel the things Junsu felt during his world tour. Because my concert is divided into a mini concert and a fanmeet that helps me communicate and connect with fans, I feel more like I’m traveling to be loved rather than feeling tired out by everything.”

-This year marks the tenth year since your debut. I’m sure it’s very meaningful to be holding your first solo tour concert while looking back on the past ten years of your life.
“It doesn’t feel like it’s been that long since I made my debut. (laughter) When I look back, I can see that so much has happened and that I’ve accomplished so much in the past ten years. When I’m told, ‘It’s already been 10 years since your debut’, I think ‘Wow. It’s been that long already’ and then I forget about it almost immediately. What scares JYJ the most is time. We’re still in our early and mid-twenties. We have so much that we want to do and accomplish. We have to be able to satisfy and entertain the masses, even when time has passed and a new generation emerges. As the masses are aging with the passing time, there’s nothing we can do but beat time. (laughter) I think our biggest goal is to work so hard that time becomes powerless in front of us and stay young, energetic and upbeat.”

-What do you want to do, accomplish or fulfill?
“When we’re participating in overseas promotions, fans always ask us if we have any plans to be active in their home countries for a long period of time. We would like to stay in different countries and be active there for a long time. Because the restrictions on our Japanese activities were recently lifted, I’d like for us to be more active there. Not only that, but I’d like to take on new challenges in other fields in Korea and make a place for myself. There’s so much that I want to do that I’m thinking that time is going to be an issue. (laughter)”

-What was your happiest or saddest moment in the past 10 years?
“There were so many moments when I was happy. (laughter) What comes to mind first is that I can’t live without my members. The moment I realized just how precious my members are to me was my happiest moment. For the past two years, we’ve been focusing on our individual activities so it was hard for us to meet unless we had official activities together as JYJ. Because we had to take on long-term projects that demanded a lot of attention, we couldn’t see each other for a while. When we did meet, there was a moment of awkwardness. We couldn’t meet often because we were pursuing our own individual goals, but we realized just how thirsty we were for each other’s presence. Before, Yoochun didn’t pick up his phone often and Junsu never used to be the first to call, but nowadays, we’re too busy calling each other. That’s how happy I felt when we all realized just how precious we are to each other. The hardest times were when I would forget that happiness.”

Are you happy with what you’ve achieved with your first album?
“I’m very happy about what I’ve achieved. I could only put five songs into my album because it was a mini album and I wasn’t entirely happy because of the feeling that I wasn’t able to convey everything that I wanted to in those five songs. But I’m happy because the album was well-balanced, I got to try out a new genre and I was able to inject a variety of vocal colors into those five songs.”

-If you decide to release another solo album, would you take another stab at the rock genre? Or would you try out a new genre?
“I want to keep singing rock songs, even if I release a full-length album. There are such a wide variety of colors in rock music that I want to try the genre again. If I get the opportunity, I’d like to work with indie bands. It’s a personal thought of mine, but I’d like to work with Hyde of the famous Japanese group L’arc-En-Ciel if I ever got the chance.”

-Is there a senior in the music industry you’d like to emulate?
“I would like to learn from Lee Seung Hwan and his concerts. I heard that he doesn’t decide upon a set duration for his concerts. The longest his concerts have ever gone is five hours, and I heard that the audience never felt bored in all that time. I really like that. As long as the audience is satisfied, I could use up all the energy in my body. Lee Seung Hwan is a person who performs for his fans, and I want to be an artiste like him.”

-What kind of senior do you want to be for your juniors?
“I think the definition of being cool when you’re young is different from that when you’re older. I’d like to keep hearing that I’m cool and age gracefully. I’d also like to avoid being a senior of the past who’s referred to as ‘That senior used to be like this..” or “That senior was okay in the past..” For that, there’s nothing I can do but work hard. (laughter)”

-What are your plans for your Shanghai concert?
“I plan to spend some time with the fans, and then have a short yet impactful mini concert. I will do my best and work hard.”

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[Pic] 130316 JaeJoong “Your, My&Mine” Press Conference In Shanghai

[Pic] 130316 JaeJoong “Your, My&Mine” Press Conference In Shanghai

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