Answer to a question: Why is it inappropriate to shout DBSK in a JYJ concert?

(I posted this in a fan blog who asked me back this question after I replied to her that it was so inappropriate to shout DBSK in JYJ concert anyway.)
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Do you wonder why on the night of 1st April (before the concert), 411 (the local organizer) tweeted wording like “Please shout JYJ to encourage them at the concert”?
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There are several things that local fans didn’t want to share much. But actually, many thing happened especially at the press conference.
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This concert is purely JYJ effort…people should respect that.
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I’m not talking about fans feeling but rather Jaejoong, Yuchun, Junsu’s feeling. I don’t know whether people would understand why Jaejoong and Junsu cried when Thai & Taiwan fans hold the sign of “Beginning Once Again”, why Yoochun cried singing “Unnamed Song”. I can’t claim I understand them neither. But my best guess is that they know that we, fans, are accepting their new beginning. It doesn’t matter how they name themselves. We will accept them as they are, which is at the moment, JYJ.
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How many time does Yoochun have to scream “We’re JYJ” at the concert until people understand that these 3 guys are not just 3 members of DBSK but they are there at that concert as JYJ – Jaejoong Yoochun Junsu?
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I understand if fans are still longing for DBSK, and yes I think JYJ would somehow understand that…but be respectful for the artist who are doing their best to ask for people understanding and creating another name. A name, which is actually so meaningful because it’s the initial of their own real name that stuck with them from the day they were born to the rest of their lives. A name, that there would be nobody dare to claim this name from them again. A name, that no matter how many years pass by, they would definitely be one of them, even if they don’t work together anymore.
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By keep shouting DBSK, they would definitely understand that fans want them back as DBSK(5), so what should they do? Crawl back and ask for SM sake to let them work together as DBSK again? It’s not different from shouting into JYJ’s face that their decision hurt us and we don’t accept what they are doing as JYJ.
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I’m sure many fans would argue with that but that’s what your action said. And believe me, there were several nasty things going on. You would know that only if you can read Thai. Hence, I respect those fans who wants their OT5 back but they knew what they should do in JYJ concert. They will be back together when they are ready, not because fans tell them to do so or tell them that you’re still waiting in JYJ concert.
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Excerpt from a Jaejoong’s Interview

“…The fact that TVXQ was my beginning is an undisputable fact that will never change. I didn’t mean much else in my profile. Even tweeting ‘JYJ.’ was triggered by waking up this morning and realizing that ‘JYJ’ is my life…”

Note: Jaejoong changed his profile a few days before Concert in Thailand and tweeted JYJ on 7th April (4 days after the concert.)

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5 Responses to Answer to a question: Why is it inappropriate to shout DBSK in a JYJ concert?

  1. glowga says:

    Just JYJ

  2. grannyestee says:

    Dear Real 🙂
    *hug you tight*

    This kinda thing in fandom really makes me tired! We try to give them (some of the fans) understanding about this… yet it’s so hard to make them understand!
    I’ve already wrote about this on my old post (http://grannyestee.wordpress.com/2010/10/18/always-keep-the-faith-how/) just to make them understand more about JYJ’s feeling (and HoMin’s too… coz when I wrote this I still have a “lil” care for HoMin *grin* Now… it’s indifferent!) ! And put comments on some posts about this kinda thing again and again… but… *sigh*
    Some of the fans just don’t wanna know and listen to others who have different kinda feeling/thinking with them! They live as they want to… believe as they wanna believe… that sometimes (or often) common senses just are not common senses according to them! Their beliefs are the common senses… just the truth for them!
    It’s tiring… yeah! But maybe as for us, JYJ fans (and if u consider yourself as ones too), we should never give up “fighting” to give more understanding to those kinda fans about this matter. Just hope that some (or most) of them will understand… (amen)

  3. Pyopyo says:

    They should learn to respect other..not to just satisfy theirselves…thanks dear… *hugs*

  4. sun jj says:

    further more, dbsk = 2 now, if i were jyj, i woulf felt insulted when someone shout another name at my concert….remind me of Dream concert in which Sone shout SNSD while other groups were performing
    u can say that again that fan who really love jyj shoulden shout dbsk
    love ur post

  5. lilibaiyu says:

    @
    “I’m not talking about fans feeling but rather Jaejoong, Yuchun, Junsu’s feeling. I don’t know whether people would understand why Jaejoong and Junsu cried when Thai & Taiwan fans hold the sign of “Beginning Once Again”, why Yoochun cried singing “Unnamed Song”. I can’t claim I understand them neither.”

    My feeling, my strong good intuition as to why they cried is because these 3 very young men have just survived an 8 year experience of “wonderfulness on the outside, for fans to see and hell in reality”–a seemingly never-ending ordeal like a war with their comrades in arms, the other 2 members of DBSK. If you know anything about soldiers in wartime, you know that they experience hyper-allegiance and brotherhood with their fellow soldiers. When they come home, if they are lucky enough to come home, they experience post-traumatic shock and survivor’s guilt, often culminating in suicide, alcoholism and the like. Shattered lives, in other words. The more we find out, the more we know about JYJ’s ordeal not only as young idols in the SM machine but as the most successful and bankable commodity in the SM stable, we see that they have been traumatized beyond words, at a very young age, by not only that whole DBSK years experience, but the threats and recriminations by SM when they finally said “No More.”

    Is it then any wonder that these highly emotional beings, these 3 young artists who managed to escape this awful ordeal, might cry from time to time at recalling it? I think that is the least we should allow them to do.

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