The company to many famous South Korean singers and excellent actors like JYJ, Gummy, Choi Min Sik, Sol Kyung Gu, Kwak Do Won, Moon So Ri, Ra Mi Ran, Kim Sun A, and Ryu Jun Yeol, C-JeS Entertainment, has now created their own Chinese-Korean magazine solely for their artists.
C-JeS Magazine’s first issue went on sale December 2016. The 3rd issue will be on sale for this year’s March. With each new issue comes new updates on the artists. From the entire content of the magazine to the production and distribution, they were all done by the company’s internal cultural project group to create two versions of the magazine, Chinese and Korean.
South Korean entertainment company, C-JeS Entertainment revamps its website for the new year. The website was redesigned three times in a period of six years.
Back in early 2010, C-JeS Entertainment website was launched to cater news and everything JYJ shortly after the boyband was officially debuted. As the company was founded solely because of the trio, the early website also allowed fans to engage with other stars including Park Yu Hwan and former C-JeS artist Song Ji Hyo. Membership service was opened in the following year to offer fans privileges and access to special contents including a chance to attend fan meetings and the annual JYJ Membership Week.
The family of C-JeS Entertainment including group JYJ and other notable singers, actors and actresses recently expresses their condolences over the past two days’ South Korean ferry accident through an intro page on their official website.
All About Cassiopeia translated the text, and it reads:
We convey our deep condolences to the victims of the Sewol ferry accident and consolation to the wretched hearts of people, who lost their loving families.
We heartily pray so the rescue operation for those missing people will progress amicably and that the students will come back to the warm embrace of their loved ones.
JYJ (Kim Jae Joong, Park Yoo Chun, Kim Jun Su), Choi Min Sik, Seol Gyeong Gu, Lee Bum Soo, Lee Jung Jae, Park Sung Woong, Kwak Do Won, Song Sae Byeok, Song Ji Hyo, Gummy, Kang Hye Jeong, Jeong Sun Ah, Jeong Seok Won, Park Yoo Hwan, Jin Hyuk, Kim Moo Young.
Our thoughts and prayers too go to the victims and families of this tragic ferry accident.
Photo courtesy of C-JeS Entertainment
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JYJ has been chosen to be the ambassador for “2012 Korea Brand & Entertainment Expo (KBEE)”.
This is the 3rd event of the large-scale Hallyu (Korean Wave) expo “Korea Brand & Entertainment Expo (KBEE)” held overseas, hosted by the Ministry of Knowledge Economy and the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, and supervised by the Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency (KOTRA) and the Korea Creative Content Agency (KOCCA).
As the ambassador of this event and as the most loved “Hallyu-Star” in both Korea and Japan, JYJ is anticipated to be the icon of both harmony and exchange between the two nations.
[Article is translated by Siah from All About Cassiopeia. Any copying, republication or redistribution content other than for personal uses is expressly prohibited.]
This article originally published at C-JeS Entertainment Homepage here.
[INSIDE K-pop] 5. C-JeS Entertainment
By Carla Sunwoo, Yim Seung-hye [firstname.lastname@example.org]
JYJ performs for 4,000 fans at the Teatro Caupolican in Santiago, Chile, on March 9. Provided by C-JeS Entertainment
Entertainment agencies usually aren’t established to salvage other agencies’ “dropouts,” especially those considered “rebels” by their former companies. But that is exactly how C-JeS Entertainment got started in December 2009.
And three-member boy band JYJ is glad it did.
Reported by AsiaEco’s Park Na Young
The creditor in American performance planning company entered the lawsuit against “they packed around 125 million of unjust profits” with JYJ’s management and lost.
C-JeS Entertainment just confirmed XIA’s Hong Kong leg for his 1st Asia Tour Concert via JYJ Official Facebook. Hong Kong will be the last stop for the Asia Tour before XIA proceeds to the west for his North American, South American and European tour.
This finale will take place on August 7 at 8:00PM local time at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Center.
View more details in the screen shot taken below.
We will keep you updated with further information regarding this 1st Asia Tour Concert in Hong Kong soon.
Photo courtesy of JYJ Official Facebook
This info originally published at JYJ Official Facebook.
2012 JYJ Membership Week, which was held from June 28 to the July 1 at SETEC, has successfully concluded.
For about four days, 22,000 Korean and Japanese members visited the exhibition, where they had time to see, feel and experience everything about JYJ with the ultramodern programs such as JYJ Collaboration Gallery, JYJ Documentary Theatre screening, and 3D facade. Also, a fan meeting, where they had time to interact with JYJ directly, was under progress during two days, 30th and 1st.
On the other hand, this large-scaled Membership Week was the first fan exhibition event, and it became a hot topic because 7,024 Japanese fans entered Korea. According to the authorized person of the airport, this event made a record of the most foreigner entrance, and the tourist industry expected that the economic benefit from this Membership Week will be more than 10 billion.
Photos courtesy of C-JeS Entertainment
[Article is translated by Judith from All About Cassiopeia. Any copying, republication or redistribution content other than for personal uses is expressly prohibited.]
This article originally published at C-JeS Entertainment Official Website here.
JYJ‘s Junsu (XIA) who released his first formal solo album will be releasing a dance version music video for his title song, “TARANTALLEGRA“.
C-JeS Entertainment talked about the upcoming MV on June 7th saying, “The dance version is a way to better promote his album to the fans overseas as he prepares for his Asia Tour.”
Photos of JYJ’s Yoochun on set filming for his final showdown of SBS’s Rooftop Prince was revealed via JYJ Official Facebook recently. The photos show Yoochun wearing his Joseon Dynasty’s outfit, indicating his return to the past.