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JYJ to Release Magazine with Photos by Famous Photographers

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2014.01.08 14:26 Mwave Kim, JiYeon Translation Credit : Grace Danbi Hong

After collaborating with famous photographers, JYJ will be releasing the third issue of The JYJ in both Korea and Japan.

On January 8, C-JeS entertainment stated, “The third issue of The JYJ will be released in February in both Korea and Japan.” The agency added, “The magazine will have pictorials of each of the members, who worked with different photographers in a special collaboration project.”

JYJ to Release Magazine with Photos by Famous Photographers

“We decided to release the magazines with separate pictorials as each member is currently focused on their individual activities in film, concerts, and tours. Also, the photoshoots took place with the best photographers, Zo Sun I, Mok Na Jung, and Kim Young Jun. They exchanged many conversations to allow their thoughts and images to show as is in the photos.”

JYJ stated, “After long discussions with the photographers, we were able to let our guard down during the shoot. It was the first time we realized we enjoyed taking pictures. We worked as if we were leaving a record of our twenty-something year old selves now. We were surprised to see new sides of ourselves that we haven’t seen before. “

The upcoming issue will especially include many pictorials from out of the studio. Kim Jae Joong took photos while on his Japanese solo album tour, while Park Yoo Chun filmed his movie in Busan. Kim Junsu held his photoshoot during the practice of his musical December.

The JYJ,/strong> is a JYJ interview magazine. The series began with the first issue focusing on the 25 hours of JYJ, followed by the second issue with friends and friendship as the theme.

The New Year’s special issue can be purchased through the C-JeS store.

Photo Credit: C-JeS Entertainment

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