Fan’s expectations are becoming greater with the coming of the photo exhibition showing group JYJ’s everyday life.
With just the single poster which has been released before the photo exhibit, fans are curious about what will be shown and anticipating the exhibit.
In the poster for this photo exhibit, the three members are showing off their charm holding their individual cameras. Kim Junsu is looking far away holding his camera while Kim Jaejoong seems to be checking the photo he has just taken.
Park Yuchun also is looking around as if he is looking for the next subject for his picture. Although the three members each hold different poses in different surroundings, there is one thing in common–their looks as handsome as a statue.
The three member’s looks which shake the hearts of women and the masculinity which can be felt from a “flower boy” makes the heart of a person who is watching warm.
Netizens, who have heard of the news of the photo exhibit and seen the poster, are showing great enthusiasm and response, stating “even taking pictures of their everyday life will be like a photobook,” “I will go on the first day of the exhibit,” “even going everyday probably won’t be enough,” “I’m happy that I can see [JYJ] even through pictures,” and “when will they come to cities outside of Seoul?”
Meanwhile, JYJ will hold photo exhibit “Mine,” created to communicate with fans, for 10 days, starting on the 12th, in Seoul Jongro-gu Insa Gallery.
Along with the records of JYJ’s World Tour (which included 1o cities in the U.S., Canada, and Asia), JYJ’s photo exhibit holds pictures taken by JYJ in their everyday life and their stories.
JYJ’s agency revealed the purpose of this event, stating “we prepared this special photo exhibit because, despite successfully completing the World Tour, we don’t have a lot of chances to show off the results due to the limitations in [JYJ’s] appearances on broadcasts.”
For this photo exhibit, JYJ members have always had their cameras for two weeks and captured their stories and everyday life through the lens.
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