Sunday, December 02, 2012

Some good Junsu for December

Eh, I have huge catching-up with everything. And I put all my dramas on hold even.
It's simply NOT possible to not love Junsu.


JYJ‘s Junsu discussed his thoughts on the ending of the legal battle with SM Entertainment. Junsu took part in a press conference at the Sheraton Hotel in Essen, Germany to mark the ending of his 1st World Tour. 

He said, “The legal battle lasted for 3 years and 4 months. To be honest, it should have ended earlier… But at the same time I also feel that the results came out suddenly. Having had a hard time for 3 years and 4 months, I felt like that time was not spent in vain… I heard the news when I was leaving for Germany, so I actually don’t know all the details of the settlement.” 

He continued, “Because of that, it’s hard to say too much on this. The important thing is that we were able to obtain good results. I haven’t talked to the members yet, but I want to when I get back to Korea.” 

When asked about what JYJ has been able to gain from the settlement, he responded, “I’m happy not because we achieved what JYJ or we wanted to achieve, but because we might have helped our hoobaes. I think we helped in making the environment better for our hoobaes. Contracts of 13, 10 years have been changed to basic contracts, and even that alone was consolation during our lonely legal battle. It’s what kept us going.” 

On the issue of appearing on variety shows, he said carefully, “If this type of result allows for us to appear on broadcast, then it should have been possible three years ago when we first filed (to become independent).” He added, “I don’t know if it will be possible for us to appear on variety shows through this result. We always dream about it, but I want to ask all you reporters, do you think we can?“ 

One unfortunate result of the lawsuit was that there will probably never be a 5-membered TVXQ. On that subject, he said, “A lot of time passed, but one unfortunate fact is that we can no longer have activities under the TVXQ name. We wanted to fight against the company’s unfairness, it wasn’t that we wanted to leave TVXQ. It just had to happen. It’s regretful and saddening. I feel sorry to the fans, but the title of TVXQ will remain forever. But realistically, it’s going to be difficult to promote as TVXQ again.” 
Source: Newsen
Translated By: Allkpop
Shared By: JYJ3

And this one:

T/N: The translation has been done very carefully, to make Junsu’s intention clear and accurate.
Kim Junsu held a press conference at a hotel in Essen on 29th, ahead of his last solo concert to end the world tour on 30th at Oberhausen, Germany.
JYJ and SM Entertainment settled the dispute over the exclusive contract by agreement on 28th. Many fans are wondering about TVXQ’s future activities.
Kim Junsu said, “For the present I feel it is unfortunate that we cannot stand under the name of TVXQ infront of the fans. I became a singer and made my debut as TVXQ, so the current situation is sad and regrettable.”
He continued, “We intended to fight against the unfairness of the company, not to abandon the title of TVXQ. Many situations occured in the process of accomplishing our goal.”
Kim Junsu’s affection for TVXQ remains unchanged. He said, “I’m sorry to the fans, but the title of TVXQ will always remain in my heart. I think everyone will remember the 5 years I had activities under the name of TVXQ. It is very unrealistic, but if I get a chance to stand as TVXQ someday, I would be happier than ever.”

XIAH Press Translator’s Note: What Junsu is saying about TVXQ is closer to ‘something he wishes but probably isn’t going to happen.’ He is saying he would be happy ‘if’ it happens, but realistically it is close to impossible. However, the memories of TVXQ will be precious to him. The nuance is very subtle so here I add a short explanation to clear any misunderstandings.  Please do NOT omit, add or re-edit, INCLUDING the Translator’s Note.
Original Source: SBS E! News
Translated and Shared by: XIAH Press
Via: JYJ3