JYJ Opens ‘2015 JYJ Membership Week’ With A Photo Exhibition

JYJ’s fan exhibition continues its fourth installment this year.

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On August 18, 2015, C-JeS Entertainment revealed, “On the 17th, ‘2015 JYJ Membership Week’ photo exhibition is opened in Seoul Art Center in Jongno-gu, Seoul. This exhibition includes photos that capture the history from when JYJ was born to the present time. Fans can see previously unreleased photos in this exhibition that continues to gather explosive reactions from local and foreign fans.”

SEE ALSO: What You Need To Know About ‘2015 JYJ Membership Week’

JYJ Membership Week that has continued since 2012 is organized as a photo exhibition this time around. Progressing for two weeks under the theme ‘Time…I guess it is like that’, this special exhibition contains photos from JYJ’s 2010 World Tour, their fourth magazine released early this year, and other never-before-seen photos. They also hold a charity auction event of photos on display to support artists.

JYJ members Park Yoochun and Kim Junsu visited the photo exhibition for the opening ceremony and also reminisced at photos displaying their precious moments with fans. Park said, “It is a new feeling to capture the time we had together. I’m so glad to participate in the good deed to support artists through the charity auction.” Kim greeted, “It’s nice to have many photos that made me recall memories that I’ve forgotten. I hope the fans will enjoy these photos together and share the memories they had with us.”

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JYJ Membership Week set an outstanding record for the most number of foreign fans in a single event and has drew more than 20,000 fans in average each year. Despite the decline of foreign tourists due to the aftermath of the MERS outbreak, 3,000 Japanese fans are scheduled to attend this fan service event.

Sponsored by the Korea Tourism Organization, 2015 JYJ Membership Week photo exhibition will open from August 17 till August 30, 2015 for two weeks in the Seoul Art Center in Bu-am Dong.


Photos / C-JeS Entertainment
Translation by / Judith (All About Cassiopeia)

Originally published at WOWStar here.

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