[PLEASE SIGN] JYJ’s Worldwide Fans Support Japanese JYJ Fans’ Demand Letter to Avex

[PLEASE SIGN] JYJ’s Worldwide Fans Support Japanese JYJ Fans’ Demand Letter to Avex

Dear worldwide fans of JYJ,

Regarding Jejung, Yuchun, and Junsu’s (hereafter JYJ) situation in Japan, ever since the sudden and unilateral announcement in September 2010 by their current management company Avex to suspend their activities, JYJ have been unable to have activities in Japan.

In spite of the Japanese fans continuously sending requests to Avex for the resumption of the three’s activities in this past 8 months, till now we have not even received acceptable explanations for the suspension, and we are at our wits’ end for ways to have JYJ’s activities resumed.

Moreover, Avex went as far as to use contract problem as a reason, to prevent JYJ, saddened by the March 11th earthquake that badly damaged Japan, from holding a charity event purposed to help revive the disaster-stricken areas.

This event, represents JYJ’s well-wishing for Japan after many years of doing activities here, and in addition to sending donation, is a segment of their effort expressed immediately after the earthquake to encourage Japan.

The Japanese fans are grateful for JYJ’s love for us, we want to meet JYJ from the bottom of our hearts, and we are eager to listen to JYJ’s singing.

We, Japanese volunteer fans of JYJ, have sent Avex a demand letter which demanded for the resolution of the unreasonable suspension of JYJ’s activities, and to have JYJ freely conduct activities in Japan.

We ask for the kind understanding and support from worldwide fans of JYJ for this demand letter of ours.

LINK –> Read Petition Letter

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