Super Arena Rejects JYJ’s Charity Concert Permit
With many artists doing their part to help the victims of the Japanese disaster, JYJ’s desire for a charity concert at Saitama Super Arena in Japan has been rejected.
The company stated
Although we had received the application to perform at our arena, due to the fact that JYJ is currently facing contractual issues, please be notified that it was decided that it would not be appropriate to approve this application.
By “contractual issues” the arena is referring the current lawsuit JYJ faces against SM Entertainment as well as their dispute with their former Japanese label avex entertainment.
In response Hayato a staff member of JYJ’s “3hree Voices DVD,”, posted on his blog.
I’m sure everyone has found out by now, but it seems that Super Arena has revoked their permission for the charity event.
But we have received explanations from Zak that they are now still carrying out negotiations…Does that mean that there is still a chance?
The goal of this was to raise money for the victims, so why can’t they sing?
Not allowing raising of donations, isn’t this an act of being anti society?
Why is it that the problems between adults become priority over saving the victims?
Or does that mean that it would be okay to just stand in front of everyone without singing?
But no, if they don’t sing there’s no meaning.
Because there singing is not just to raise money, but it is their precious power to give courage and hope to everyone.
Somehow, I want them to keep trying!!
Deliver this! JYJ’s feelings!!!
Do you think JYJ’s concert deserved to get cancelled despite their contract issues?
source : GoKpop, Hayato’s Blog