Oct 20, 2010
i almost crying when i see this banner!!! *hugs you mei+helena*
THANK YOU SO MUCH DARLINGS!!!! WE LOVE YOU!!!
The rain is fallin'. Somehow it waking me up from my sleep.
Since I couldn't sleep anymore, I try to post my rambling report of JYJ 2010 worldwide showcase in Malaysia. Hope this post turns well :P
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well i am insanely excited since i'm in north america and watch the late show with david letterman. i hope this happens! i would love to see JYJ on TV for the first time! *squeal* that would be fantastic!!! ^^
Although no official sources have confirmed the event, it looks like New York City will be treated with more than just a tour concert soon! Word has it that the power trio JYJ (Jaejoong, Yoochun, Junsu) might be making a special appearance on the Late Show with David Letterman in the near future.
A Naver cafe for Synnara Records recently posted new information on JYJ’s upcoming activities, including their global showcase tour and details of JYJ’s latest album. However, what caught many fans’ attention was the mention of a feature on the famous New York-based talk show.
“More surprising than Dark Child and Kanye West’s participation in JYJ’s album … They will be the first Koreans (probably Asians) to appear on the David Letterman show to sing the ending song,” the Naver cafe commented.
With six Primetime Emmy awards and countless celebrity appearances under its belt, the Late Show would undoubtedly serve as great exposure for JYJ in the States. Stay tuned to allkpop as we await more details on this matter!
Source & Photo: Synnara Records Naver Cafe
Oct 3, 2010
JYJ is attempting to break a new record for album sales.
JYJ will be releasing their first global album
TVXQ, which the three members were a part of, set a new milestone for album sales when they sold 500,000 copies of their fouth album
One of the reasons the album is garnering such attention is because it will be released worldwide. As their former group TVXQ even made it in the Guinness Book of World Records for having the biggest official fanclub in the world, many predict that the number of albums sold across the continents will be impressive. As bulk orders are being made from countries such as Japan and China, some are even speculating that they will sell over 500,000 copies and surpass their former record.
A representative of Warner Music stated, “The fans’ anticipation is high because this is their first album in two years. We are cautiously predicting record breaking album sales.”