03 MAR, 2011 / Moneytoday [Reports Ye Hyun Kim]
TVXQ(Yunho, Changmin) explained their hurt feeling about JYJ(Jaejoong/Yuchun/Junsu)’s lawsuit at MBC TV ‘Murupak-무릎팍도사’ which was aired on 02 Mar, 2011. But their comments on the lawsuit became a controversy among netizens after the program.
Yunho and Changmin said that “We did not know about their[JYJ’s] lawsuit when they submitted an application for provisional injunction against the company[SM].”
“It could have worked better, but we’re sad[about the three] that we could not be able to have any activities as the Five due to JYJ’s extreme choice[lawsuit].” on this program.
They insisted that they did not know about the provisional injunction to terminate the validity of their exclusive contract, but fans of JYJ and people who are interested in TVXQ have produced contrary evidences against this.
The presented evidences are
1) an article in Japanese newspaper,
2) interview with JYJ’s judicial representative and
3) full statement which was released by Yunho’s father.
The last schedule of the five members’ TVXQ was ‘HNK 紅白歌合戦’ in Japan on DEC 31, 2009 and ‘Sponichi’, Japanese newspaper spotlighted TVXQ’s breakup the next day.
The article said that AVEX(TVXQ’s Japanese management company) admitted:
“They[all members of TVXQ] told us[AVEX] in AUG, 2008 that the all five would leave SM together,so we think they are the one at bottom. There are possibilities that they might have new activities together in the future.” According to this, Yunho and Changmin had tried to leave SM with JYJ, but changed their mind to stay at SM later.
Also the statement of Yunho’s father (released on 1 NOV, 2009) was presented as the contrary evidence. It contained the sentence that “The greeds toward cosmetic business is their[JYJ] reason to leave TVXQ and the three kept suggesting us to leave together since Feb, 2009.” Changmin’s father also wrote the statement saying “The three members filed an injunction only because of their financial benefit from cosmetic business.”
Those statements have been produced for supporting evidence too.
An ID ‘buf***’ commented that “It is nonsense that Yunho, the former leader of TVXQ did not know about the lawsuit at all while everyone including fans, their parents, SM and AVEX knew about it.”
DC TVXQ Gallery also posted those evidence in Korean and English in real time, using their Anti-rumor Tactics & Monitory Division’s blogs and twitter.
Most people said with one mouth, “The neutrality should be based upon that the two sides appear on TV fairly. JYJ also should be able to talk about their story on TV.”
Meanwhile, SM was ordered by the court not to interfere with JYJ’s entertainment activities and pay 20 million KRW for each interference it had made. However, JYJ are still having difficulties in appearance on TV, including the cancellation of their real documentary program which was supposed to be aired on cable TV in Feb.
Original Link: http://news.nate.com…/20110303n12870
Credit: DC TVXQ Gallery