Life goes on…..It even went to progress as something better for Jaejoong Yoochun Junsu JYJ…
●JYJ released Their Room “Our Story” which was portrayed as music essay for fans. It was more of a journal to fans who continue to stick by with them hand in hand. Immediately after it’s released, it shot up to number 1 spot in Hanteo charts selling over 150,000 copies
●the Seoul Central District Court dismissed SM Entertainment's injunction against the three members, filed in April 2010 for damage compensation.
●Immediately after the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami, JYJ donated₩600,000,000 to World Vision Japan fulfilling the organization's entire fundraising goal. This was like a token of appreciation for Japanese fans who stood by them despite all obstacles.
● JYJ was appointed Goodwill Ambassadors for the United Nations agency UNAIDS. JYJ and UNAIDS launched a social media awareness campaign to combat HIV/AIDS discrimination via Twitter using the hashtag #LoveAlways. The group also performed at the 10th International Congress on Aids in Asia and the Pacific (ICAAP10), a gathering of AIDS experts and activists from 26–30 August 2011 in Busan, South Korea.
●Released of In Heaven album. It was released on 28 September 2011 under C-JeS Entertainment with three covers: Red, Blue and Brown Editions, and a Black Edition a week later. It sold 165,000 copies within 3 days of release and surpassed 350,000 sales mark. Bravo!
●After the 2011 Thailand floods, JYJ donated ₩200,000,000 in November 2011 toWorld Vision, matching and doubling the organization's fundraising goal for flood relief in Thailand, for the purpose of dispensing emergency food aid, water treatment, mosquito nets and other daily necessities.
●Released Come On Over, a DVD documentary about the 3 members’ private lives, at the end of 2011. The footage was filmed from late December 2010 to February 2011, following each individual member's lives for a number of days. Some scenes included: a birthday party, a snowboarding venture, the rehearsal for a musical, and behind-the-scenes look of one of JYJ's fanmeets for their endorsements.
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●JYJ spearheaded their "Mango Tree Project" by working with World Vision and ELLEKorea to gift "mango trees of hope to children" in South Sudan. JYJ, along with labelmates Park Yoohwan and Song Jihyo, recorded Korean, Japanese, and English videos discussing the project to raise awareness and to encourage donations with the goal of planting 20,000 mango trees ahead of Christmas in South Sudan. The mango trees symbolize hope and provide food and a sheltered meeting spot which can serve as classrooms for children.