“Now I am at the end of my 20s and I started to feel exhausted when I dance hard. Nevertheless, age is just a number,” Jaejoong said.
“It has been more than 10 years since we started working together and I have started to feel grateful to my friends and the people around me. I wish I could get along with them for the rest of my life. I am now old and mature enough to realize how blessed I am to perform in front of my fans,” Yoochun said.
“I am not worried nor nervous. Rather, I long to become 30 soon. Becoming 30 brings masculinity to my mind. Many experiences will make me a real man,” Junsu said.
“It is nice to become 30. I don’t know what kind of music am I going to do yet, but I think that makes me look forward to my 30s. As long as fans want me, I will do my best,” he added.
After 10 years of sharing struggles and joy, the trio showed great affection toward each other like brothers.
“We do not even have to talk to know each other’s feelings. We don’t fight and understand each other’s behaviors,” the group said.
After a concert in Hong Kong, JYJ will continue their Asia tour in eight cities including Shanghai in China.
By Park Gyu-oh, Intern reporter (firstname.lastname@example.org)
[Photo credit by C-JeS Entertainment]