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