JYJ Kim Jae Joong’s ‘I’ Album Takes Over Taiwan and Japan
JYJ’s Kim Jae Joong continues his reign of success with his solo album taking over the music charts in Taiwan and Japan.
According to Taiwan’s Five Music Korean and Japanese album charts, Kim Jae Joong’s I was ranked first for the week of January 18. It was the same case for Japan’s Shinseido weekly album chart, where Kim Jae Joong also placed first.
The popularity of the album continued with the great demand for the album at Tower Record’s offline markets in Japan causing a shortage in supply.
Kim Jae Joong and his rock-genre solo album have been setting new records since its release on January 17.
Meanwhile, the singer also successfully completed his mini concert, Your, My, and Mine on January 26 and 27 where he interacted with 16,000 fans in the audience.
EDIT: This article was edited on February 1, 2013 at 12:38 p.m. KST to correct a factual error. There were 16,000 fans in the audience and not 6,000.
Photo Credit: C-JeS Entertainment, Five Music, Shinseido