JYJ fresh breeze came continuity related activities in the entertainment industry. Fair Trade Commission (FTC) recently issued a memorandum warning the former agency SM Entertainment as Xiah Junsu, Micky Yoochun and Hero Jaejoong. FTC warns BC to stop blocking JYJ activities.
"We have told SM and the Korean Federation of Pop Culture and Art Industry (KFPCAI) to stop bothering the other business activities," the FTC said in a statement. "We ordered them to notify the relevant agencies, such as the broadcasting company, about this."
The FTC itself has been conducting an investigation since filing lawsuit by Junsu, Yoochun and Jaejoong to get out of TVXQ in 2009. The FTC found that BC and 26 KFPCAI proven prohibit broadcasters and distributors to recruit JYJ's album and the music market in 2010. Of course this new release alerts welcomed by JYJ.
"We thank the FTC decision," said JYJ. "Even though we were walking in the desert without end because of the difficulty of this struggle that began in 2009. With this announcement we feel the situation is getting better and gain new strength."
"With the request of the FTC, we hope to conduct a campaign on the stage and entertainment industry with a fair environment," continued the statement JYJ. "We also hope it can pave the way for junior fairer us."
BC alone respond to cold discharge memo from the FTC. "We are disappointed with the decision because we never hinder (JYJ promotion.) We will consider taking legal action against the decision," said BC spokesman.
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