JYJ released an introductory video for their Incheon Asiad song ‘Only One’ at the Singapore PR road show on the 26th.
C-JeS Entertainment stated, “JYJ released an introductory video for the Incheon Asiad song ‘Only One’ at the Singapore PR road show on the 26th. The event was held to raise the Singaporean population’s awareness about the Incheon Asian Games, and was attended by 80 people of the Singapore National Olympic Committee (NOC), local sports authorities, the Korean community of Singapore and local media. JYJ’s introduction video and music video of ‘Only One’ was met with an explosive response.”
Through the video, JYJ stated, “Our Incheon Asiad song has the meaning of uniting the continent of Asia as one, regardless of ethnicity, country, language and culture,” and “As the honorary ambassadors of the Incheon Asian Games, our pride for the games grows as our activities commence.”
JYJ plan to perform in Hanoi, Guangzhou and Boracay, and they will continue their ambassador activities with their Incheon Asiad song ‘Only One’.
Meanwhile, the introductory video of JYJ’s ‘Only One’ has been posted on the 2014 Incheon Asiad Games committee’s official YouTube channel.
[News] 121108 Film Jackal is Coming, Starring JYJ’s JaeJoong, is Sold To Six Countries
Film Jackal is Coming has recently been sold to six countries, including Japan and Thailand.
On November 8, Lotte Entertainment reported that film Jackal is Coming has been sold to Japan, Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Brunei before its release in Korea.
The biggest reason for the overseas sales of the film is that it stars JYJ’s Jae Joong, who is popular in Asia, South America, and Europe, and Song Ji Hyo, who is popular for her regular appearance on SBS TV’s Running Man.
The Japanese distribution company of the film says, “Jae Joong is one of the most popular Korean singers in Japan. We’re expecting that the film will become a box office hit because he’s a good actor and he appears as a top celebrity in the film.”
Jackal is Coming is a film about things happening after legendary killer Bong Min Jung (played by Song Ji Hyo) receives a request to kill top celebrity Choi Hyun (played by Jae Joong). It will be released on November 15.
[News] TVXQ Still Keeping Their Feet On The Ground
The two members shared their first impressions of Singapore, their love for chilli crabs and what they miss doing the most.
They may be one of the biggest stars in K-pop, but what greeted us at the group interview in the function room at the Singapore Indoor Stadium, were two affable and sincere men.
Decked in matching blue military-styled uniforms, TVXQ took questions from the media in a short 20-minute group interview before their fan party.
The duo first talked about their first impressions of our country and told us what they had previously heard of us.
“It’s our first time to Singapore and we had the chance to view the night scenery yesterday. It was really beautiful. The impression is not fully formed because we’ve not performed and met our fans yet. We’ll have a better impression of Singapore and the fans after tonight,” leader Yunho replied.
He added that Singaporean fans had been very welcoming and gave them lots of support.
It’s not difficult to see that the chilli crabs in Singapore had left TVXQ a lasting impression (the duo mentioned it again during the fan party).
When asked if they had the chance to taste any local delicacy, Changmin said, “We’ve tried pepper crabs and chilli crabs last night. We heard that it’s one of the most famous local delicacies here. It was really, really tasty. We know that Singapore is well-known for the seafood, since it’s surrounded by the sea.”
Being one of the top Hallyu stars definitely has its perks, but it has its downsides — the loss of privacy and being “ordinary”, as well as stress.
Changmin shared that the things he missed were travelling with his friends, and hanging out with them and having drinks together. The 23-year-old also reminded that he is already of age to have alcoholic beverages.
Yunho echoed the former’s sentiments, answering a short “same” first in Korean, then in English.
When questioned how they relieve stress, Changmin first answered that he would drink and have tasty food, especially spicy dishes.
On the other hand, Yunho demonstrated his athletic side, saying that he would go for snowballing during winter and in the other seasons, bowling.
Later, the enthusiasm TVXQ showed was evident, when the duo talked about their fans.
While no particular fan ever caught their attention, Yunho spoke on a special and memorable moment they had.
“When we’re performing, our fans would create ‘TVXQ’ or the members’ names with red light sticks. That’s very memorable for us,” he said.
Considering they are already one of the top stars in the Korean music industry, the media wondered what it would be like for them 10 years down the road.
“We’ll probably still be in this industry, doing what we’re doing now. We wish that we could put up such performances by then, but stamina wise, I’m not very sure if we still have the strength,” Changmin replied.
Yunho also pictured themselves doing joint performances with junior singers in the industry, and would probably be involved in individual careers such as acting in various dramas.
However, the pair has no acting projects at the moment.
It was a short interview, but TVXQ displayed their professionalism, candor and sincerity the entire time. The bright-eyed pair spoke in soft and gentle tones, only to raise their voices occasionally to show enthusiasm.
TVXQ may have debuted eight years ago, but the duo felt down-to-earth and that fame did not seem like it had gone over their heads.
Today seems so surreal. It was just 15 hours back when we were queuing at the stadium and now they’re back at the hotel, but still breathing the Singapore air – our air! (more than the air I breathe~) We reached the Singapore Indoor Stadium around 9.30am and found out that there were a lot of commotion going on for the mosh pit queuing. There were about three groups of people from different queues. At 10am, the guards stepped in and told our group to move to the back of another queue So in the end, we had to go quite far back.
At around 3.15pm, I had to prepare for the Meet & Greet session with Changmin & Yunho. So we grabbed our TVXQ! towels and fanboard (CD also because I thought maybe we could sneak an autograph from them, hehe) and headed to the open space near the SISTIC counter to queue up. We were at the back of the queue (again) but God is good! You’ll know why later ^^ The photography session was such that there were 50 ticket holders and their friends, so that makes 100 of us and we had to be divided into groups of 20 each. They brought us to the waiting room and told us to remain quiet as TVXQ were having their pseudo press conference. My friend and I made friends with other Cassies as we were in the waiting room. And there was a Bigeast in our group! Her name is Kio ^^ She came alone and she couldn’t understand what we were saying but she was smiling and trying her best to communicate with us. Bigeasts, PROUD OF YOU ALWAYS!
There were about 8 of us in the final 5th group because quite a few people didn’t turn up for the meet and greet session (WAE, PEOPLE, WAE?!?!?!). Eventually, they moved 2 to another group and the remaining 6 of us into another group. There were 2 rows in the group, and we were in the first row (First blessing of the day).
We saw the first group return from the photography session and so many of them were crying! I got teary-eyed myself too. Am I really going to see Yunho and Changmin up close? After all these years, am I really going to see Leader-ssi and my beloved maknae? They brought the second and third group in and then it was our group. THEY LET OUR GROUP STAY IN THE ROOM TO WATCH THE OTHER GROUPS HAVE THEIR PHOTOGRAPHY SESSION! (Second blessing of the day)
They had to head backstage while the groups were preparing and arranging their positions and whenever they came out to pose, I kept squealing! Yunho and Changmin were standing at the top of the multi-leveled platform. Then, it was the final group’s turn – us. I was the 5th person in the row and I thought they would make us stand on the bottom row but no, they brought us to the top of the platform and the lady told me, “You need to make space for them, they’ll be standing within the black boxes indicated on the floor.” (Third blessing of the day) I literally went “OMG, I’M STANDING NEXT TO ONE OF THEM?!” Kio (the BigEast) was a Changmin bias and she asked if I could swop with her if Changmin stood next to me, and of course I said okay. Although I love the of them so much, I always wanted the opportunity to be next to our Leader-ssi :’) And it did turn out that Yunho…… STOOD NEXT TO ME. I was in so much shock I couldn’t do anything. I was shaking so hard and I didn’t dare to squeeze with him. But all of a sudden, Yunho squeezed right in and his arm was next to mine for a full 30 SECONDS. I WAS IN SO MUCH BLISS, I WANTED TO CRY SO BADLY. (Fourth blessing of the day) His arm was so warm, he was wearing sleeveless by the way. I wanted to be right next to him forever. Just feeling him right beside me was so blissful, it was like nothing could ever be compared to this. Really. T_T (This sounds weird but I felt his arm hair as well, it is such a blessing to me. I’m sorry I know I sound weird)
Right after they took the photos, I turned around to say thank you to them. I saw Yunho up close. His eyes were so brown, his skin was so flawless. He was just impeccable. A perfect creation by God. Then, I turned to look at Changmin. That boy was smirking away and smiling! Oh good Lord, he was so handsome. He bowed and said “Kamsahamnida” to me and I was so dazed that I replied “谢谢!” (thank you in chinese). Changmin is so good-looking in real life and Yun – his aura was so strong. Truly our leader of DBSK <3 Yunho said “Thank you” in English and he clasped his hands together and bowed.
They are so polite, so humble. Even though they’re at the top, they still never fail to greet us. Thank you for making this day the best day of my life, Changmin and Yunho-ah. Thank you so much. I’ll continue part 2 of the fan party tomorrow ^^
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The Korean boy band was in town for an upclose and personal fan party yesterday.
Dubbed the ‘Kings of Hallyu’, Korean boy band TVXQ returned to the music scene with the album Why? (Keep Your Head Down) in January this year. Following their highly successful comeback, the group held their first overseas fan party in Beijing, China back in August.
TVXQ debuted as a five-member group, consisting of leader Yunho, Jaejoong, Yoochun, Junsu and Changmin. In 2009, three members — Jaejoong, Yoochun and Junsu — filed an injunction suit against their former company, forming the group JYJ. The trio was last seen in town for a showcase in October last year.
The two-member TVXQ arrived on our shores for the first time yesterday, performing to an audience of 4,500 fans at the Singapore Indoor Stadium.
For the first 10 minutes of the fan party, concert-goers were entertained by the group’s music video for the song ‘Before U Go’. Fans screamed and shouted enthusiastically, whenever the members appeared on screen, as if assuring TVXQ, who were backstage.
Consisting of members Yunho and Changmin, TVXQ exploded on stage, bringing the house down with their first song of the night, ‘Maximum’. Deck in matching white costumes, the pair sang and danced to a sea of red light sticks (red being the group’s official colour).
After the first song, Yunho and Changmin took turns to greet the audience, both expressing their delight and excitement to be performing for the first time in Singapore and hoped that “fans would enjoy each of our performances”.
Fans also got to know the duo a little bit more during the Q&A session, but it was Yunho and Changmin’s apt use of Singlish, which had the fans doubled over in laughter.
When asked if they knew about Singlish, Changmin answered that he had learnt a few words from the local staff, before proceeding to show his “fluency”.
“No problem … la?” the 23-year-old tried.
Fans chortled in response, with a few nodding their heads in approval.
Not one to be outdone, Yunho said, “Chilli crab shiok!”
Later, five lucky fans each got the chance to ask TVXQ a question personally. Two well-made fan videos, which left some people in tears, were also chosen to be aired during the fan party.
Upon viewing the videos, Changmin said, “Thank you for the videos. I’m impressed by the amount of effort they put in. They give us the energy to put on our best performances.”
Yunho added that he was very “touched by their effort and love” and even though they have tough times, this “love [from fans] keeps us going and gives us support to do our utmost best”.
These two winners were rewarded with a TVXQ poster each. Yunho signed with a personal ‘God Bless You’ message, while Changmin wrote ‘Thank You’.
It might have been a short two-hour fan party, but it was evident that TVXQ was thankful for their fans, some who have waited for as long as seven years.
Not only did the group thank the fans profusely for their “love, passion and support”, they also showed their appreciation in the most practical way.
For any Cassiopeia (name of TVXQ’s official fanclub), the best part of the fan party was definitely to hear the pair perform ‘live’ in their top-notch condition. TVXQ proved their reign as ‘Kings of Hallyu’ by putting up a perfect performance. The duo’s singing was not compromised, despite the amount of dancing they had to do.
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We have done multiple projects as the international fandom. Birthday projects, lightsticks project, charitable projects, you name it, we’ve all done it all for them.
However, OneTVXQ would now like to venture into an area of the Korean fan culture that the international fans have yet to achieve. We’re providing Yunho and Changmin and all the crew involved with 2 meals from the heart.
Remember these amazing projects by fellow KCassies?
This is an ambitious endeavour funding for 2 meals, especially at such a short notice. But we’re not Cassiopeia, if we don’t do things on a large scale. So let’s show them the Cassiopeia power. That we’re capable of giving them motivation and cheer in the form of a meal, the very basic necessity. (Oh we’re sure Shim Changmean will love his food. )
We are looking at over SGD$1500. O! will be willing to fork out for at least half of it. However, we definitely can’t do it alone. This is where you come in. We have less than a week to the event, so really hope that everyone can donate as best as they can. Here’s to letting Yunho and Changmin feel welcomed on their first visit to Singapore!
[Info] KPOP in Singapore – Scent of a Woman Meet & Greet
Fans of SBS drama “Scent of a Women” screams!!!
There will be a meet and greet session for the drama lovers right here in Singapore and Malaysia this coming December.Well, JYJ Junsu even sang the OST for the drama and i bet you many of you would have watched the drama just for that.
Stay tuned for more information regarding this event. But for now, let’s listen to the OST once again!
Twenty contestants had been selected for a live audition in front of hundreds of spectators and only two would then go on to the next round. This was not your typical talent show – this was tvN Kpop Star Hunt Singapore and the prize for winning? A chance of a lifetime to be trained by CUBE Entertainment in Seoul, Korea; and that was it.
Held at Novena Square 2, the audition showcased the talents of these young aspiring Kpop idol hopefuls. Christina the youngest audition contestant at 12 years old it turns out has not told her father about her participation in the competition. And this was in spite of having gone through to the next round.
“My father still doesn’t know. I have no intention of telling him because I know he’ll disapprove. I’ll only tell him if I make it through to the next round. Perhaps then, he’ll recognize my dreams.”
Asked if the lack of parental support affected her, the cheery adolescent grinned and turned to 15 year old Phedra, her fellow audition group mate who made it through as well. It turns out that the two girls have bonded very quickly despite having only met less than a day ago.
“We’re already friends on twitter! We’ve got each other and even our mutual friends have come down to support us. Everyone’s excited and I just hope our hard work pays off. I’m actually rather nervous actually,” she confessed, hands clasped tightly with Phedra’s.
“I’m nervous too! I just hope I don’t forget my lines but I think if I focus on the judges, I won’t feel so pressured. Then again, I have the support of my friends who came down today. I’m just thankful they didn’t prepare any fan boards or something,” Phedra added, rambling as her friends fussed to take Polaroid pictures with them.
Another fellow contestant, Amira, had another reason to be thankful for her friends who had come down to support her.
“I actually wouldn’t even be here without them. They submitted the audition clip without me knowing and so I was very surprised when I got the call to audition yesterday. I’m so very grateful for them and their support in me,” she mused with a gentle smile on her face.
The crowd that had formed since before noon quickly swelled as the auditions grew nearer. The Jinjo Crew opened up the auditions, executing a series of highly entertaining break dancing moves such as handstand and back flips much to the delight of the audience. However, the loudest screams were reserved for the top twenty contestants.
Mr Eddy Tan, one of the esteemed judges, explained to an eager crowd that it was the contestants’ first time on stage with music and using a wire to hear their own selves. The day before, in the previous audition most of the contestants sang with no music. The audience, it seemed didn’t need any explanation – they were enthusiastically cheering for each and every one of the contestants despite setbacks like missed cues or forgotten lyrics. It seemed as though everyone was having the time of their lives as the twenty contestants sang and danced their hearts out, hoping to impress the judges with possibly their last performance.
Ha Boyi, the founder of Boom Korea Pte Ltd , was spotted in the audience.
“I feel that the audition hopefuls today were better compared to audition hopefuls in previous auditions held one, two years ago. There is a noticeable difference in terms of the showmanship and the quality of the performances. It’s like there’s already a generation change. I would say that the standard of the audition hopefuls today are almost or already on par with the audition hopefuls in Korea. I’m very impressed with all of them, particularly with Vanessa Lum who danced in high heels,” she remarked when asked about her take on the auditions.
Tension quickly filled the air as the results of the competition were revealed. There were loud applause and screams of joy as Jasmine Tan (16), a student at Paya Lebar Methodist Girls School, and Maressa Zahirah (23), a mass communications graduate from Oklahoma City University, were announced as the winners of tvN KPop Star Hunt Singapore. Ambassador Oh Joon (Ambassador of the Republic of Korea to Singapore) and Mr Steve Yong (Director of Korean Tourism Organization, Singapore & Indonesian Office) presented the air ticket prize to the two finalists who would fly the Singapore flag in the regional competition.
In the press conference held later in the day, Mr Park Jaehyun remarked that the two were chosen because they suited CUBE Entertainment’s style and that he really liked their personalities.
“I am very satisfied with the quality of the auditions in Singapore. These two were actually not within the top 2 yesterday but they really impressed everyone today. That’s why they were chosen.”
Mr Eddy Tan added, “There were a lot of outstanding performances today but these two have the overall package and the stage presence.”
Ms Irene Ang the host judge elaborated that the two girls were chosen for their exceptional skills and their ability to perform well on-stage.
“Jasmine has such rhythmic and precise dance movements. And she is very calm on stage, very professional. I believe that her calmness will take her far and set her aside from the others. Maressa’s voice is a cut above the rest. She can do really powerful emotive songs well. Being multi-lingual and being of Javanese and Pakistani-Portuguese origin will set her apart from the other representatives.”
She even shared that despite one of them being sick the day before and the Jasmine having her major examinations the next day; they both gave exceptional performances that surpassed the judges’ expectations – they both went ‘through an amazing transformation from yesterday’s audition to today’s final’.
Asked if Maressa’s age and both girls being non-Korean would affect their marketability in the fickle Kpop music scene, Mr Park replied with a smile.
“For idol groups, they start very young because they need more time to prepare, to perfect. However, it really all depends on the concept of the group. So no, I don’t think it’s a very big issue. We are looking to groom a star for the Asian market.”
Mr Eddy Tan was quick to add that the Hallyu wave has grown very big.
“This competition is more than just looking for a Kpop star. We are looking for someone who has a regional appeal, someone who can appeal to the whole of Asia, even international. Kpop is now no longer confined only to the Korean market. We have to change our approach and be less-focused on a singular market.”
“Asia is the new Hollywood. When television first showed Korean dramas, many would have said ‘What is this, I don’t understand!’People expected the trend to last one maybe two years max. Yet ten years later and we have all the aunties still watching dramas, with the aid of subtitles. Look at Kpop itself. Our youth are so interested that they actually self-taught themselves the language to better understand the songs. Hence, I believe that art, music and drama can and will transcend language barriers.”
She cheekily added, “And it’s about time we earn money back!” drawing much laughter in the room. “As we all know, Singapore has no natural resources. Talent is all we have. ”
The witty judge however shared her concerns about the two girls, even giving them invaluable advice in the process.
“Korea has very stringent criteria for training. They are really serious about the craft. I’m worried that the girls are too sheltered, very innocent and not tough enough. They need to prove that we Singaporeans have the substance to succeed, they must be hungry enough.
Go for training classes on your own, if you find you’re weak in vocals or dance. Keep polishing yourself to go further. If you want to survive, you have to sow the seeds first. Continue to train so that you don’t start from scratch when you begin your training in Korea.
You got to have a strong mind and a focused heart. Stay strong and persevere. I hope that the two of you will fly our flag proudly and if possible last a few rounds lah. Don’t be sent home after the first episode!”
Mr Park ended the press conference by sharing about the reality television contest as well as his take on training in Korea.
“After three weeks of training, the ten finalists will have to complete elimination missions until only one survives and crowned the winner of the regional competition. Although in Seoul, we have vocal and dance training, Korean language classes, mental conditioning classes and so forth, the hardest thing is homesickness, so far away from your family and friends back home. This happens to all the trainees but is especially bad sometimes for international trainees. They need more care at times. So be prepared in the heart and mind. Be passionate for success.”
We wish the two girls all the very best as they embark on an exciting chapter in their lives and we would also like to wish all audition hopefuls…
[News] 110930 TVXQ to meet fans in Thailand, Singapore, and various other Asian cities after Beijing in October
TVXQ will soon be preparing to meet their fans overseas after 2 years. They will begin their Asia Tour in Beijing on October 2 at the Beijing Worker’s Stadium and will continue on to Thailand, Singapore, and various other Asian cities.
During the fan event, they will perform various of their hit songs such as “Rising Sun,” “Why (Keep Your Head Down)” and will hold a variety of events for fans.
TVXQ recently released their 5th Japanese album “TONE,” which sold over 100,000 copies on the first day of release, topping the Oricon Daily Chart for albums. They will appear on Fuji TV’s “Music Fair” on October 1st, NHK’s “Music Japan” and Nihon TV’s “Music Lovers” on October 2nd, and Fuji TV’s “SMAP X SMAP” on October 3rd. Their schedule is expected to increase as they begin their full scale comeback to Japan.
[Info] KPOP in Singapore – SHINee The 1st Concert in Singapore
photo credit: Running Into The Sun and Conceptual
Being the first and only stop currently across Southeast Asia, it’s no wonder SHINee The 1st Concert in Singapore: SHINee World was fully sold out 3 hours after it’s launch; with ticket prices going at $218, $168 and $138. The group which consists of member Onew, Taemin, Jonghyun, Minho and Key touch down Singapore in the morning of the 10th, the day when the concert was held. SHINee also belongs in SM Entertainment, the company which, group DBSK is in. Though the members look tired, Onew was spotted with a mask on at the aiport, from the journey here, they perform to their fullest that very night for their 6,000 fans at the Singapore Indoor Stadium which took 5 nights to set-up.
Even as it started to rain hours before the concert starts, the weather did not falter fans who are already seen queuing up for this much anticipated 21/2 hour concert. F&N, the official drink was even spotted giving fans the boost to carry out with their queue and the much needed energy for the concert. Most of the official goods were already out of stock, as most fans had place their pre-order weeks before the concert was held.
To add a little touch of Singapore for the concert, two Singaporean children were even handpicked to be a part of the much admired SHINee World Concert. Euclase Lim Rae, 5 years old, and Baptist Lim Siang Leong, 7 years old, portfolio is one to be admired off as they are featured in many of the local advertisements here. Both of these children made their appearance when the SHINee boys appeared, transformed into angels and sang “Lullaby” to them.
Not only fans from Singapore were present for the event but others such as Japan and Korea was spotted at the event too. Almost all fans came prepared with lightsticks and handmade placards, something which has become a necessity for any events. Fans of different age were also present. From the preschool to those in their forties were seen among the thousands of fans in the stadium; even the moshpit.
During their individual performances, Key and Taemin drew the most cheer when the latter dress up as a girl and both almost kissing each other. Onew, though having a hoarse voice, gave a stunning performance with his rendition of Turandot, Nessun Dorma. Minho known for his built drew the crowd wild once he unbuttoned his shirt and showed fans in full view, his packs. Jonghyun on the other hand, made the crowd speechless with his amazing notes.
The boys were seen not only seen performing on stage, but they flew for quite a number of their performances. Something which has not been done much for concerts held here in Singapore.
Apart from their performance, the concert played several videos in between the songs which also acts as an intro to their next songs.
Throughout the concerts, fans were seen singing and dancing along with the boys, be it for those sitting down or in the moshpit. Many of the fans at the mosh pit fans though were busy running up and down the pit to follow after their favourite member and getting as close to them as they possible could. Fan-chanting was heard the loudest when “Lucifer” a song from their latest album was sang.
photo credit: Running Into The Sun and Conceptual
For member Key, whose birthday falls on September 23rd, the fans did a special event, a banner with “Happy ‘키’ Day!”, which caught the attention of the boys, claiming it being one of the things which they are touch most during the entire concert. The other members even held a small celebration for Key which excites many of their fans present. Key then went on thanking his fans and even promise to be back to Singapore once again.
Though the concert has ended, many fans hesitated to leaving the venue in hopes that the boys would return on stage for a last goodbye. Up till the last moments, fans were seen asking the stage crew, who were clearing up the stage and picking up gifts thrown in by fans, for the items worn by the boys themself. In hopes of getting a memorabilia of the SHINee’s 1st Concert held in Singapore.
Being the junior of DBSK, these five boys really do amaze the crowds with their amazing powerful voices and stunning performances. Just like their seniors, even when they are sick, they will put their best in every single stage they stand on. Something which all fans are proud off no matter which artistes they support. SHINee will continue with their world tour and is currently promoting their Japanese single “Lucifer”. Sharingyoochun would like to thank the organizers, Running Into The Sun, Conceptual and their partner Fly Entertainment for the invite and for making this event possible for Showals. Till we meet again.
A lot of fans are disappointed that the Indonesia and Singapore concerts have been cancelled. America is probably a part of the West Hemisphere list and/or if the visas are still a problem…?
We’ll see what comes. I think that we probably need to grant a little grace here and give C-Jes the benefit of the doubt. They will probably iron out some of these major problems as time progresses. In the meantime our main focus should not be whether they manage to get to our locale but to keep praying that they get to perform. Period. Momma Cha
[Info] 110401 JYJ – New Asia Tour Schedule. Thank you for your concern and interest in JYJ World Tour Concert. I finalise the cities and dates of Asia Tour.
As cancelling the World Tour at Indonesia and Singapore, I do know that many fans there are disappointed and devastated. I feel sorry for fans about the cancellation. We will visit you with better songs, better shows later.
Below is the changed and confirmed Tour schedule. Website that you can buy tickets will be announced through Cjes website and World Tour facebook page, please wait for the next notice.
2nd, 3rd April; Bangkok, Thailand
23rd April; Taipai, Taiwan
7th May; Beijing, China
11th, 12th June; Busan, Korea
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