[News] JYJ’s Foreign Fans Launch Petition in 10 Languages, “Protect JYJ’s Rights”

JYJ’s Foreign Fans Launch Petition in 10 Languages, “Protect JYJ’s Rights”

Starnews, Feb. 14, 2011

[Money Today Starnews Reporter Park Youngwoong]


Foreign fans are mobilising for JYJ, who are in the midst of a lawsuit with SM Entertainment over their exclusive [contract].

As of the 14th, foreign fans of JYJ are continuing a petition that aims to protect and get recognised JYJ’s rights.

Foreign fans have opened and continue to monitor a page dedicated to the petition, which has been translated into 10 languages, including English, Chinese, Japanese, and French. Korean fans are not permitted to participate.

Since this petition directly addresses [JYJ’s] lawsuit on the validity of their contract, it will be submitted to the court. Fans have concluded that this lawsuit is causing JYJ’s inability to appear on music programmes as well as other constraints in their supposedly free entertainment activities.

Previously JYJ fans launched an ad campaign on January 27th with messages supporting JYJ. As a result, 120 buses in Seoul and other important cities (Gwangju, Daejeon, Daegu, Busan) are carrying the advertisement, “[JYJ] we cheer on your youth” for a month.

Source: Starnews via Nate

Translated by: Jimmie of TheJYJFiles


39 thoughts on “[News] JYJ’s Foreign Fans Launch Petition in 10 Languages, “Protect JYJ’s Rights”

  1. Salute to the admins of TheJYJfiles and all fans who participate on this petition. What a tremendous work from all of us.

    And because of the petition and the dismissal of SM’s counter-suit against Crebeau by the court, I can see a brighter end of this journey…
    Let’s hope together.

  2. congratulation, jyjfiles !! i hope your site soon would be recognized by many tvxq fans or other jyj fans who has not heard about you. i’m glad that even mr. egg tweeted about you twice !! let’s continue to support jyj !!

  3. Korean will get a big shocked if they understand all the blog posts since JYJfiles had been critical with its intellectual posts and articles. the blogger clearly not just a rabid screaming fangirls. Does this mean JYJfiles will be in the hightlight? I bet more people will visit that site after this. Somehow it does creep me out with the possible wank and etc… JYJfiles is actually unusual since its almost as similar to revolution movement rather than crazy updates of stalking etc.

    • agree !!!!!!!! 🙂 🙂 i hope more people visit this blog and read all the posts here. they need to know how INTELLECTUAL the blog is.

    • I just hope no more non-jyj supporters come to this site to bash our boys..hope remain open to public. .. I wish hopefuljyj site open to public too…it’s very sad not able to visit it….

  4. Congrats! It’s so wonderful to see all your hard work being recognized. If this can help bring a faster end to the lawsuit mess and issues with promoting JYJ, it shows just how much fans can accomplish. Jimmie, jyjfiles admin, and everyone else involved in translating into other languages and helping to spread the word, give yourselves HUGE pats on the back.

  5. I always thank you for your great help to us to know more about JYJ’s news & needs from us , we will keep on support JYJ !!!! :o)

  6. Congratulations JYJFiles!! So happy to hear that this petition made it to the news over there. This is definitely a big step in the right direction in making Korea aware that we, international fans of JYJ. are keeping a close eye on this case. Thank you everyone for all your hard work.

  7. Thanks to all of you for the hard work! Even if we can’t collect hundreds of signatures, the Korean media will be aware of the international fandom.

  8. Congrats!
    I really love how this will reflect in JYJ fandom
    We are getting into the news with just good things
    I’m really glad!


    I love that the article talks about us, the International fans!! ^_~ that quells my anger about that other jerk that wrote the “traitor” article!! i think one of the entertainment industry companies in Korea will start to realize, their fighting isn’t with just 3 men!! the whole world is watching to see if JYJ will get justice!! ^_~
    btw, ♥♥♥♥♥ Happy Valentine’s Day ♥♥♥♥♥ #SweetJYJDay


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  11. congrats admins =D and some sites don’t want to put this news in their sites as they quote is only opinions not news == yeah they fail to see this is from N-A-T-E. and they even said jyjfiles is bashing hm? really? tell me which article? people who don’t even bother to read this sites and straightforward bashed this site is very ignorant == i applause JYJfiles admin unnies for their hard work =DDDD please keep on going! hwaiting! we support u guys~

  12. To all the hardworking contributors of TheJYJFiles — TAKE A BOW!! You deserve it. Laying the foundation for positive action only highlights what a strong force the I-Fans of JYJ can be. Thanks for giving us an opportunity to help, “MAKE MIRACLES HAPPEN”.


  13. I feel so glad to see that the media in Korea acknowledge the effort that I-Cassie did to help JYJ fighting for the rights. I pray for the best result of this lawsuit and may justice is in JYJ’s hands.

    I want to thank everybody who is involved in this petition-making and also the one who signed it. You guys did a very great job and it is my honor to be a part of it.

    JYJ fighting! JYJ fans fighting!!

    Hugs and kisses~~~~

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  16. hug .:x…hold all the fans because for hard work . Celebration concert ..thank for JYJ has brought joy to everyone…JYJ fighting 🙂

  17. world concert in 4 countries : Shanghai, Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia…uhmmm…We are expecting them come to Vietnam but can not…But the fans always support and track news the JYJ . Journey will be good !

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