South Korean boyband JYJ’s Park Yoochun will hold his first fan-meeting event with his Japanese fans in March after his military discharge.
According to JYJ Japan Official Website on January 30, Park will host the 2018 PARK YUCHUN FANMEETING & MINI CONCERT IN JAPAN ‘再会remember the memories’ from March 10 to 11, 2018 at main arena of the Musashino Forest Sports Plaza in Tokyo.
South Korean boyband JYJ’s Park Yoochun finishes his public service duty yesterday and stirs up the public with his large woman face’s tattoo on his arm.
On the day when he finished his military service in the midst of several past controversies, he has added another controversy with his new tattoo. A tattoo of a woman’s face on his left arm was spotted by the media and people who guessed it to be his lover, Hwang Hana. The public was enraged with how a public servant could put on a new tattoo. Netizens criticized the careless attitude of Park saying, “He tattooed her. That’s extreme,” “Does he really wants to retire?” and “You could’ve waited for just some days.”
South Korean boyband JYJ’s Park Yoochun is reportedly to get married this fall.
STARNEWS revealed in a news article earlier yesterday that Park and a non-celebrity woman will tie the knot this fall. Park debuted in music industry in 2004 and is currently serving in the military as a public service staff and will discharge at the end of this coming August.
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.
South Korean boyband JYJ’s Park Yoochun has confirmed to debut as a solo artist with the release of his first solo album on January 18, 2016.
C-JeS Entertainment said yesterday, “Park is confirmed to release his first ever solo album How Much Love Do You Have In Your Wallet this 18th.” This mini album will be Park’s first solo album since his debut in 2004. Comprising of six tracks in total, the pre-order sales have begun yesterday. All tracks and a music video will be available digitally on January 18.
JYJ’s fan exhibition continues its fourth installment this year.
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.”
South Korean boyband JYJ’s fourth annual exhibition ‘2015 JYJ Membership Week’ will take place starting tomorrow at the Seoul Museum for 14 days in total. This year’s fan festival will progress with two parts separately: a photo exhibition and a fan meeting event. C-JeS Entertainment has set a few reminders ahead of tomorrow’s expo for fans to take note.
All About Cassiopeia got the announcement translated and it reads:
South Korean boyband JYJ’s The Return Of The King tour’s concert in Seoul is set to be released as DVD on August 14, 2015 by C-JeS Entertainment.
JYJ on stage in the Seoul concert. Photo: C-JeS Entertainment.
2014 JYJ CONCERT in SEOUL ‘THE RETURN OF THE KING’ was filmed during the first stop of their first Asian tour to promote their album Just Us on August 9, 2014. JYJ recorded a breakthrough of sold out tickets in just 20 minutes and drew more than 30,000 fans in this one-night-only show
South Korea’s most highly-acclaimed film of 2014, Haemoo (Sea Fog) gets a new promotional poster in time for a French release later this April, under the title Les Clandestins.
Hitting theaters on April 1, the Shim Song Bo-directed film stars Kim Yoon Seok (The Yellow Sea, The Thieves), JYJ’s Park Yoo Chun, Lee Hee Joon, Moon Sung Keun, Kim Sang Ho and Yoo Seung Mok. Les Clandestins first premiered at the 2014 Festival du Film Coréen à Paris (FFCP) on November 4, 2014.
Based on the true story of the 2001 incident in the south-west sea of Yeosu, Les Clandestins, written by Bong Joon Ho (Snowpiercer, The Host), depicts a story where six sailors transporting stowaways and gets entangled in an incident which cannot be controlled. The youngest crew member, Dong Sik falls in love with a female migrant and protects her from the chaos.
A Japanese poster of Fog Across The Sea (original title: Haemoo/Sea Fog) was released recently on an online site.
In the released Japanese poster, it shows the moment of two person gripping each other’s hands in the midst of sea fog, where nothing can be seen even an inch ahead. The Japanese title “Fog Across The Sea”, along with the tagline “Don’t tell anyone what happened above the sea”, stimulate curiosity among viewers.