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31 Jan

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Kim Jaejoong’s Mini album “I” has reached No 1 in the week (2013.01.18 – 2013.01.24) on Taiwan’s Album sales chart for J and Kpop section.

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31 Jan

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(Seoul News) For Kim Jaejoong’s solo mini-concert, his international fans have presented on a grand scale rice, coal briquettes and egg wreaths, which has become a tradition to show their loving support for him for the last four years.

On Jan 26 and 27, for the mini-concert “Your, My and Mine” held at Ilsan Kintex, fans from 11 countries: Japan, China, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Mexico, Spain, Peru, have donated 1.5 87 tons of rice wreaths, 2000 coal briquettes and 6700 egg wreaths. The rice will be donated to Kim Jaejoong’s selected charities for struggling families with children. 6700 egg wreaths will be distributed via food bank to 670 homes for the old folk and orphans living alone, to help with the problems of malnutrition that they face. Kim Jaejoong will choose 10 selected old folk living alone, and the 2000 coal briquettes will help with their…

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30 Jan

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JYJ, comprised of members Kim Jaejoong, Park Yoochun, and Kim Junsu, began 2012 by continuing to take the necessary steps to reach their growing international fan base.

Since 2010, with the release of their 1st worldwide album, The Beginning, JYJ have progressively advanced towards the international stage. In January 2012, fans all over the world excitedly anticipated the additional concerts in Chile and Peru that would conclude JYJ’s 2011-2012 World Tour. The concerts were met with a hot response in South America, with 6,000 fans meeting JYJ in a sold out show in Peru and close to 5,000 fans flocking to see the group in Chile. JYJ’s World Tour gathered more than 200,000 fans worldwide.

With JYJ being the first Korean artist to hold a concert in South America, the ground-breaking concerts gave a clear signal that JYJ would continue to take their music internationally, meeting…

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30 Jan

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Jaejoong has sold out a batch of 120,000 copies of his solo album ‘I‘!

The solo mini album was released on the 17th, and has already sold 120,000 copies, leaving a demand for more to be produced. As a result, his label has recently produced 20,000 additional copies.

Not only so, but his album managed to sweep Hanteo’s Real-Time, Daily, and Weekly charts with the release, signifying the high interest his first solo project has gathered.

His label said, “In the digital music generation that we live today, it isn’t easy to increase album sales… We think his musical color is being acknowledged, and he matched the public’s taste well.

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29 Jan

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On the 28th, according to Oricon – Japan’s most acclaimed album sales charts – Kim Jae Joong’s first mini album “I” released in Japan, ranks 15th place, from the period of Jan 14th to 20th. Only released on the 18th in Japan, Kim Jae Joong’s album has sold 7,331 in a mere two days.

Placing aside the topic of sales ranking, managing to enter Oricon chart is very significant in itself. Due to the lawsuit with Japan AVEX, so far JYJ’s albums have been excluded from Oricon’s sales charts. And yet after the 18th – JYJ and Avex’s long drawn out lawsuit has come to a conclusion, [Jaejoong’s album] has managed to enter Oricon at long last.

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27 Jan

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Jaejoong’s Fans from Japan, China, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Mexico, Spain and Peru donated 1.87 tons of rice wreaths,  6700 eggs and 2000 coal briquettes

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27 Jan