JYJ’s Jaejoong Stars In A Thesis Animation

Recently, an infamous video titled Fanclub became viral as it stars JYJ’s Jaejoong. Jutiporn Julamakorn‘s animation entry has granted her as one out of 11 animations from seven countries around the world to be shown on Womanimation! animation festival in the USA.

The video started off with the scene, where a fangirl came across a wall filled with Jaejoong’s concert in Bangkok, Thailand. She grabbed a couple of the posters for her keeps, knowing that no one is around to notice her.


Her wishful thinking had brought her into cloud nine…


…not until she realized that she didn’t have enough money to get a ticket to Jaejoong’s concert.


Out of eagerness and passion, she painstakingly did odd jobs to earn enough to buy a ticket. But just when she was able to fill her elephant coin bank, the tickets had been sold out.


Discovering that the last ticket has just been bought before she came, she begged the ticket holder to sell it to her but she was unfortunate to be left with nothing.


On the concert day, she dressed up in traditional Korean clothing and was prepared to cheer on Kim Jaejoong – behind the concert gates, weeping out of frustration. However, this didn’t stop her from enjoying the concert. Even beyond the thick gates, she could hear the screams and Jaejoong’s voice. In her heart, she felt that she was seated in a VIP seat.


As for the epilogue, the fan girl didn’t stop from finding a way to get to see Jaejoong and thus, she conspired with the van driver and got away with him alone.


The video touched each fan as it portrays our lives as a fan girl or fan boy. We would all agree that our idols serve as our prime motivation in achieving our goals and dreams. They are the stars, who keeps our hopes up, and they serve as examples for us to be better members of the society. Let us use this power to exert positive energy to the entire society instead of bashing and tearing each other down. Let them be our guide to take on the path of the righteous. Always keep the faith. ❤

Photos and video courtesy of Jutiporn Julamakorn

[Article written by Aren from All About Cassiopeia. Any copying, republication or redistribution content other than for personal uses is expressly prohibited.]

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