JYJ (formerly known as Junsu/Jejung/Yuchun in Japan) is a three-member Korean pop group, formed by the former members of South Korean group TVXQ: Jaejoong, Yoochun and Junsu. Their group name is taken from the first letters of each member’s names.
Their debut Japanese EP The… reached No.1 on the Japanese Oricon albums chart. The band’s global debut album, The Beginning, was released in October 2010. JYJ’s second studio album and first Korean full-length album In Heaven was released on September 28, 2011.
The group has caught the attention of various newspapers and media networks around the world, and became the first K-Pop group to perform in Chile, as the group continues to attract fans from many parts of the world.
JYJ Philippines is the group’s fanbase in the Philippines.