Congratulations @mjjeje! o(^▽^)o o(^▽^)o o(^▽^)o
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‘Park Yuchun Exclusive Fan Meeting in Thailand :
a date with Yuchun’
‘Kueng Chalermchai Mahagitsiri’ announce a new project for ‘411 Entertainment’
The First Fan meeting of the charming Super Star, ‘Park Yuchun’
‘Park Yuchun Exclusive Fan Meeting in Thailand : a date with Yunchun on 17th September’
After the unparallelled success of ‘2011 JYJ World Tour Concert in Thailand’ and ‘Jang Kuen Suk, the Cri Show Thailand’, all the fans are now crying out and wondering, what 411 has in store. Many are crying and wishing for another show from JYJ, the world famous band that comprised of Kim Jaejoong, Park Yuchun and Kim Junsu.
Finally, the man with sexy eyes, Park Yuchun who has just recently been in the popular Korean soap, ‘Sungkyunkwan Scandal’, by playing the character of ‘Lee Sun Joon’. The show is a hit with Thai fans since it has been on air with channel 7. He has agreed to perform a fan meet as a representative of JYJ in Park Yuchun… Exclusive Fan Meeting in Thailand : a date with Yuchun on Saturday, 17th September.
‘Kueng’ Chalermchai Mahagitsiri, the dynamic young CEO of 411 Entertainment has revealed that, ‘The last 6 months, we have completed 2 projects and our feedback has been very positive. Obviously, the positives are what pushing me to do more work with the artists that the fans are crying out for. We are very encouraged and so we have brainstorms for newer projects to meet the demands from the fans. Currently, all the members of JYJ are busy doing various projects on their own prior to releasing their new album. However, Park Yuchun has been in a Korean soap, ‘Sungkyunkwan Scandal’ which is very well received in Thailand. He also has just started another Soap, ‘Miss Ripley’ and has scheduled to come to meet Thai fans this September. This will be Park Yuchun, first Fan meeting and Thailand is the first and only place for the event this year.’ It is now time to find out if this young charmer is as delightful as the rumour goes.
‘Park Yuchun, Exclusive Fan Meeting in Thailand : a date with Yunchun’ will be on Saturday, 17th 2011 at Impact Hall 3, Muang Thong Thani. The show is start from 6.30 p.m. The ticket prices are 4,500/3,500/2,500/1,500 and 900 baht. The Tickets will also be sold through any Thai Ticket Major outlet (www.thaiticketmajor.com).
Call center: 02-262-3456 from Saturday, 03rd September 2011 onwards.
Please see the details on www.411ent.com.
Not even Mu-God can hold back his laughter?
On the 28th, the making film of SBS TV drama ‘Protect the Boss” third and fourth episodes was released through SBS’ Youtube channel.
Taking place at an amusement park, Kim Jaejoong (playing Cha Mu Won) burst out into fits of laughter when Wang Ji Hae (playing Seo Na Yoon) said to Ji Sung (playing Cha Ji Hun), “If you keep acting like this, I’m going to go bad!” Even after the OK sign was given, Kim Jaejoong didn’t know what to do because he couldn’t stop laughing.
He drew attention by attempting to calm himself down by first covering his face with his hands and when taking deep breaths when that didn’t work, showing his cute ‘laughter evasion’ techniques.
Netizens who saw the video said, “Mu-God is actually a cutie?”. “He’s so cute, trying to stop laughing when he can’t”, and “The atmosphere on location looks great.”
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The press conference of the 2011 Seoul Drama Awards was held on the 29th of August at 10:30a.m. at the Taepyungro Press Center in Seoul.
The event was attended by Director Lim Kwon Taek (judging panel), Professor Martine Frost (Professor of Paris University Diderot), Maxime Paquet (Korean representative of Korea Connection), Lee Seung Geun (Korean representative of Korea Connection), Head of Romania’s Hallyu fans, Cabrera Miluska (Head of Peru’s Hallyu fans) and fifty international Hallyu fans.
Meanwhile, the 2011 Seoul Drama Awards is an international drama festival in its sixth year that encompasses dramas from more than 30 countries around the world.
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On August 29th, JYJ’s official homepage unveiled a personal video message from JYJ under the title, “From JYJ in Busan”.
During the five-minute video, JYJ stated, “We were recently appointed as UNAIDS’ ambassadors and came down to Busan to perform.”
Junsu added, “We’re really pleased to meet you all again as JYJ after such a long time, and we’ll work harder to show a great image.”
“To our fans, we’re always thankful and love you, and we wish you to be with us, together,” said Yoochun and Jaejoong.
Meanwhile, JYJ are scheduled to perform at the closing ceremonies for the “2011 Daegu World Athletics Championships” on September 4th.Check out the video down below!
Source: CJeS + hyem80
Credits: allkpop + jyjsubs
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The theme for this CF is George Rochegrosse’s work Le chevalier aux Fleurs (The Knight of Flowers). When the CF director show this art to me… I think that even with my status, the majority have not seen such an image before.
But there’s something to worry about too. Even with TVXQ and Kim Hye Soo, these leaders of charisma, will they be able to fully portray this in mere 15 seconds? Will it be possible to display out the feelings?
The filming was done in a very good atmosphere and the filmed videos were edited. I was watching the edited video and… was the image well portrayed? This mixed feeling. It’s only a CF and it took so much effort. It’s all because how different it is going to be from previous MISSHA’s CF.
Because it is not a normal cosmetic CF. Hopefully we are able to let others know why MISSHA did this… What changes… What MISSHA’s statement is.
And hopefully many people will like this new MISSHA’s statement… Innovation.
source: Seo’s FB
trans by: rachui@sharingyoochun
The below are tweets from the official Twitter of the SBS drama Scent of a Woman.
I’ve heard that it is correct that the [OST Concert] is cancelled. Look Korea and C-JeS say that they will put up an announcement for the Korean fans within today.
It is said that the “Scent of a Woman” concert is cancelled ^^
Translation Credit: JYJ3
The below are tweets from the SBS_Boss Twitter!
The surprise guest of Protect the Boss film set. JYJ’s Yoochun and Junsu appeared to support their Hyung-nim~Mr. Jaejoong! They even prepared a yummy meal~ Mr. Jaejoong’s face is glowing (with happiness)… ^o^
Computers must realize 4-D soon so that we can relay you the warm feelings of the set…
Translation Credit: JYJ3
The ‘department head bracelet’ of Kim Jaejoong, who is currently appearing in SBS TV’s Wednesday-Thursday drama ‘Protect the Boss’, has become a hot topic amongst viewers.
On the 24th, Department Head Cha Mu Won (played by Kim Jaejoong) reminisced about the painful memories behind the bracelet he owned. Considered as the only article left to him by his deceased father, the bracelet is a piece of jewelry that means a lot to him.
The fact that he presented No Eun Seol (played by Choi Kang Hee) with the precious bracelet added an interesting scene to the plot.
After the episode aired, viewers began calling the bracelet that Kim Jaejoong wore the ‘department head bracelet’. With a unique design of white gold and a black leather strap, it is said to fit Cha Mu Won’s image very well.
Mucha, the company that specially produced the bracelet, explained, “It’s a distinctive bracelet that incorporates a former watch design. With diamonds and natural rubies, the bracelet is made out of leather. The ‘C’ logo in the middle represents the Cha family.“
Source: [TV report]
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MC: Mr. Park Yoochun, please say some words of your thoughts and feelings.
Yoochun: Thank you very much. A lot of people have gathered here. First of all, I would like to say that I am very happy to be receiving an award of such enormity. The people that contributed to the votes this time was people all over Asia, which is why it has a more deeper meaning and at the same time, I feel a certain pressure. It’s been like this from before but I feel that recently the Korean wave and our Korean contents has been receiving a lot of love so I think it is our duty, along with the staff and all production people to return this love by creating good products. Not just to simply display our culture in our products and give it out to the world, but to also understand the cultures from the countries that receive such love from and to put our efforts into this. This is how I feel we can return the feelings that we are getting from our viewers. Also beginning from now, I want to become a Park Yoochun who will work even harder. Thank you very much.
MC: Who is your rival amongst the stars in this Korean wave?
Yoochun: Rival? Recently…right now I can say that it’s the actor in SBS drama “Protect the Boss” (Jaejoong). Tomorrow I think I’ll be visiting their set, and althought he and I are very close he is someone that always has his guard up.
credit: OKYuchun + fingyy17
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T/N Two interesting articles to show you how important ICAAP10 and UNAIDS are ^^
BUSAN ― Activists, medical researchers and other participants in an international forum on AIDS here called for more concerted global efforts to combat the disease and wipe out prejudice and stigma surrounding it.
The 10th International Congress on AIDS in Asia and the Pacific kicked off its five-day run at BEXCO in this southern port city on Friday with more than 2,500 people from 64 countries joining the biennial gathering.
Cho Myung-hwan, who chairs the organizing committee of the 10th International Congress on AIDS in Asia and the Pacific, delivers a speech during the opening ceremony of the biennial forum at BEXCO in Busan on Friday. (Park Hyun-koo/The Korea Herald)
With the main theme of “Diverse Voices, United Action,” the world’s second largest forum on HIV/AIDS drew more global attention than ever as it marks the 30th year since the first case of AIDS was identified in the U.S.
“In the beginning, AIDS was regarded as an incurable disease due to its high death rate and contagious nature. But with the development of medical technology and medications, it is now perceived as a manageable chronic illness,” Health Minister Chin Soo-hee said during the opening ceremony.
“I believe that international joint responses and cooperation are more crucial for this disease than for other ones. Your attention and efforts will become a cornerstone in the endeavors to address all issues concerning the illness.”
Among high-profile participants are Fiji President Ratu Epeli Nailatikau, UNAIDS executive director Michel Sidibe, U.N. Special Envoy for HIV/AIDS in Asia and the Pacific Nafis Sadik, WHO Western Pacific regional director Shin Young-soo and Australian Ambassador for HIV Murray Proctor.
“HIV is treatable. But there are challenges to achieving universal access to prevention, treatment and care. Those challenges are political, financial, logistical, legal, social, and cultural,” Shin Young-soo said in his congratulatory remarks.
“It remains a sad fact that whether we talk about vulnerable populations or the wider population, HIV remains cloaked in stigma and discrimination. We need to listen more closely to the voices of people vulnerable to HIV and people living with HIV.”
Ursula Schaefer-Preuss, vice president of the Knowledge Management and Sustainable Development at Asian Development Bank, also stressed the need to intensify joint efforts to fight the disease.
“By working together as governments, civil society, affected populations, the private sector and faith-based communities ― and by maximizing our resources, connections and influence ― we make a positive impact on this epidemic,” she said.
The forum consists of five plenary sessions, 47 oral presentations, 11 symposia, 24 satellite meetings and 25 skill-building workshops. Around 1,000 posters on AIDS will also be presented during the conference.
These meetings will delve deep into wide-ranging issues such as the human rights of AIDS patients, legal issues for them, progress in AIDS treatment, measures to wipe out social stigma and misconceptions, and civil society engagement.
Also on the first day of the forum, UNAIDS appointed a Korean pop group JYJ as its regional goodwill ambassadors, who will work to raise HIV awareness and speak out against AIDS-related stigma and discrimination.
UNAIDS co-hosting the forum is a U.N. partnership that leads efforts to achieve universal access to HIV prevention, treatment, care and support. Last week, JYJ were appointed as “official ambassadors” for ICAAP10.
Prior to the opening ceremony, key participants reaffirmed their commitment to joint, global responses to the disease during the AIDS Champions Meeting, a platform to discuss ongoing challenges facing affected communities.
In their closing statement at the meeting, regional leaders from governments, parliaments, civic groups and private sectors called for more efforts to tear down the barriers which limit access to HIV prevention, treatment, care and support.
They particularly focused on giving high-level support to help address a series of issues concerning “key affected populations” such as sex workers, injecting drug users, homosexuals and transgender populations.
By Song Sang-ho (firstname.lastname@example.org)
[News] 110828 ‘Break your silence and speak out’
BUSAN ― Leaders at the forefront of global endeavors to combat HIV/AIDS called on those suffering from the epidemic to break their silence and speak out during an international forum here last week.
They also stressed that an embracive social, legal environment is crucial to help them come out and gain access to medical services, support and care, urging the international community to unite to stamp out stigmas attached to the virus.
“I think HIV is still a disease of stigma, discrimination and prejudice. Even though we have managed to break the conspiracy of silence, we still have problems of what I call epidemics of laws,” UNAIDS Executive Director Michele Sidibe said during an interview with The Korea Herald on Saturday.
Michele Sidibe, UNAIDS executive director
“Laws are really impacting access to services for people living with HIV. There are discriminatory laws which are criminalizing men having sex with men, injecting drug users, commercial sex workers. They hide themselves and don’t have access.”
He was in Busan for the 10th International Congress on AIDS in Asia and the Pacific, which kicked off its five-day run at BEXCO in this southern port city on Friday.
UNAIDS is a U.N. partnership that leads efforts to achieve universal access to HIV prevention, treatment, care and support. With the AIDS Society of Asia and the Pacific, it is co-hosting the ICAAP10.
Sidibe also pointed out that young people infected with the virus should be allowed to actively engage in the fight against HIV while stressing political leaders and other people in key decision-making positions should play a more active role.
“We need to look at and create new generations of young leaders in order to make young people not just passive beneficiaries of programs, but actors of change.”
Ursula Schaefer-Preuss, vice president of Asian Development Bank
Ursula Schaefer-Preuss, vice president of the Knowledge Management and Sustainable Development at Asian Development Bank, also underscored the need for HIV-positive people to be more vocal to bring about meaningful changes.
“The pandemic is seen as a really big problem so people don’t want to speak about it. They don’t want to disclose they are infected. They don’t know where to go, whom they can address to get society more aware that this is a serious disease, but that this is not something that they should hide away,” she said in a separate interview.
“We are all human-beings. I think we really have to do everything we can to help people who have social problems and economic problems. I think HIV is, in a way, (linked to) social, economic problems. So we have to find a way out and as one can see in the Asia-Pacific region, it is possible.”
ADB co-sponsoring ICAAP10 has been a major investor in this Asia-Pacific region with strong relationships with finance, planning and infrastructure sectors to influence HIV/AIDS strategic policy agenda in the region and at country levels.
She also appreciated the Seoul government’s efforts to host this event.
“I would like to thank the Korean government for hosting this important conference. I know it was not easy to do this all the many different challenges involved,” she said.
By Song Sang-ho, Korea Herald correspondent (email@example.com)
Ji Sung and Kim Jaejoong of Boss. The Revolution of the Directors of Headquarters– You Were Also Someone with a Touch of Humanity
The two directors of headquarters in Protect the Boss are evaluated to have opened a new age of the character as male leads.
On the 7th episode of the SBS Wed-Thursday drama Protect the Boss that aired on August 24, Cha Muwon asked his cousin and rival Cha Jihun: “But don’t you think it’s fun?” Jihun asked back: “What is?” Muwon then answered as if teasing: “That you and I like Miss Noh Eunsul. I’m going to take away both Miss Noh Eunsul and the Right to the Corporation.”
As the love line has been revealed and the four-line relationships of the leads have become the main storyline in earnest, the characters of Cha Muwon and Cha Jihun have hit the viewers as refreshing. In the existing, previous dramas, 3rd generation chaebols maintained their gravity and kept their pride. Cha Jihun who says “Noh Eunsul, I like so much” from the beginning of the drama as if he never had any such pride, and Cha Muwon who hits back “I’m going to have it all” in an immature way—those two have broken the typical mold of the chaebol leads.
Cha Muwon as acted by Kim Jaejoong escaped from the typical “a merely cool rival” character who would let the female lead go in peace as if he had been waiting for it when she announces her leaving. Instead, he confidently asserted to Jihun that “I am better than you” and in order to get what he wants fought rolling on the floor and pulling hair. They even had a pillow fight like kids.
The viewers showed the opinions of: “I’ve never seen a drama like this.” I like the character of Cha Muwon. I feel that the facets that I always felt frustrated about while watching other dramas are now relieved.” “3rd generation chaebols who fight clutching hairs—they are so refreshing.” As if understanding such hearts of the viewers, after Muwon and Jihun fought tooth and nail, CEO Cha told Muwon he met in the elevator: “You were also someone who had a touch of humanity.” The viewers nodded along with him.
The acting abilities of Ji Sung and Kim Jaejooong have also contributed to getting the viewers to become absorbed into the drama to this degree. After the 7th episode of Boss aired, in a variety of online communities writings that praised their acting poured forth. They praised Ji Sung and Kim Jaejoong, saying: “Ji Sung’s ‘loser’ acting is so dieback. Why did he do a romantic comedy only now?” “Kim Jaejoong has the “everyday life” acting down pat. He uses his body well, also, without going over the top.” “He has grown by leaps and bounds from the beginning of the drama.” “I feel that I’ve completely put myself into Kim Jaejoong’s Cha Muwon.” “I keep siding for Muwon-God. I hope that Muwon-God does not become sad.”
There were some opinions such as these: “But even after all that, Eunsul will pick Jihun.” “I like the way that the drama unfolds and the directing, but I feel that Jihun will in the end take away both the right to control the corporation and Noh Eunsul, so I feel sad for Muwon already.” It is that they are sorry about the (inevitably) predictable ending of a romantic comedy drama.
Protect the Boss has now come almost to the half-way mark. Can its remaining halfreceive praises that exceeds even those received until now? The viewers are watching each episode in anticipation, wondering whether the drama can indeed end on such a refreshing note.
Even Boss Muwon-God Cannot Hold Back Laughter? JYJ’s Kim Jaejoong Who Does His Best “Adorable~”
Even Muwon-God cannot hold back laughter?
On the past 28th through the SBS Youtube channel, the “making film” of the third and fourth episodes of the SBS TV drama Protect the Boss was revealed.
During the theme park filming, when Wang Jihye announced to Cha Jihun that “I’m going to go crooked if you keep acting like this!” Kim Jaejoong burst into laughter. When the OK sign was given, Kim Jaejoong did not know what to do with himself because of the laughter that would not stop.
Jaejoong tried covering his face with his hands but he was still befuddled. In the end he showed his cute ways of avoiding laughter, such as taking in deep breath to still the heart and thus gathered all eyes.
At this the netizens showd responses such as: “Turns out that Muwon-God was in fact a cutie-pie.” “It is so adorable, the way he can’t hold back his laughter.” “The filming set looks so lively and warm.”
Source: @SBS_Boss; Enews24
Translation Credit: JYJ3
No, it’s okay, in reality I didnt understand it at first too coz people on twitter were spazzing a lot about Ayu and what would she say.
Well, now i understand. From what I understood, some tvxq fans are bashing her because she sang with Junho (Junsu’s brother who has a contract with AVEX) and there are still fans that consider Junho a traitor from working with AVEX.
And the other aspect is, i dont know if you heard that the A-Nation was supposed to end with another Ayu’s performance but out of nowhere TVXQ appeared to the public and not Ayu. Ayu wanted to perform at the end because of her fans and whatsoever but then they said she couldn’t… So she was upset.
But from what I saw, Ayu is not bashing or criticizing TVXQ. Moreover, Ayu recently stated how much she missed the old DBSK (as 5). But some TVXQ fans seem not to understand Ayu and are bashing her.
I’ll publish your ask so if there are any other person with doubts about it will know.