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Park Yoo-chun shows bright smile while on standby to enlist in the army soon

2015/08/25 Source

On August 25th, JYJ (Kim Jae-joong, Park Yoo-chun, Junsu) held their fan meeting, '2015 JYJ Membership Week' in Olympic Gymnastics Arena, Seoul.

During the event, Park Yoo-chun is smiling brightly.

The fan meetings inspired by movie 'Inside Out' take place at 2:00 PM for Japanese fans and at 7:30 PM for Korean fans.

The JYJ Membership Week, which has been organized each year since 2012 to support JYJ fans, was put into an event as a photo exhibition this year. The exhibition presented unpublished photos including the photos from 2010 World Tour and the fourth JYJ magazine.

Park Yoo-chun will enlist on August 27 through a private ceremony closed to the public. He is the second JYJ member to carry out the mandatory military service following after Kim Jae-joong, who enlisted in last March.

Source : www.asiatoday.co.kr/v...

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