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JYJ "Our Fans Are Our Hero"

By Staff Writer | June 28, 2012 09:57 AM EDT

JYJ "Our fans are our heroes"
Group JYJ attended the opening ceremony for their Membership Week. (Photo : kpopstarz)

Group JYJ attended the opening ceremony for their Membership Week and commented on their thoughts about this event.

JYJ's member, Junsu commented, "We are not the heroes of this event. It is rather our fans that are the heroes. This event is for our fans that have stuck by us all these years."

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As costly as this event was, there will be many different contents that will be the fans will be excited about. They will have 'experience' systems for their fans as well.

JYJ member Jaejoong commented, "I think this event will be a very happy time and place for us. I hope to make many, many memories with our fans and remember it for years to come."

The director of this event believed that because the Korean "wave" is continuously growing, it was necessary to create not just any event, but an event on a bigger scale so that the K-POP industry could grow even more. Event director, Kang In Young commented, "We needed something new and exciting that would make this event worthwhile for our international and local fans."

 

 

Tagged :  JYJ, Junsu, Jaejoong

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