Kim Jae-joong (Hangul: 김재중; Hanja: 金在中; born January 26, 1986), also known mononymously as Jaejoong, is a South Korean singer, songwriter, actor, director and designer. He is best known as a member of the Korean pop group JYJ, and was one of the original members of boy band TVXQ. Kim was also known by the stage names Hero Jaejoong (in South Korea), Jejung (ジェジュン) (in Japan), and 英雄在中 (영웅재중) (in China). Kim is now using Kim Jae-joong (JYJ) for his activities.
Kim has branched out to act in TV dramas including Sunao ni Narenakute, Protect the Boss, Dr. Jin, Triangle, SPY and most recently Manhole; and in films such as Heaven's Postman and Jackal is Coming. He was also the Executive Director for JYJ's 2011 Worldwide Tour and the 2011 LG Whisen Rhythmic All Stars.
In January 2013 he released his first EP, titled I, followed by a full-length album, WWW in October the same year.
You have wanted it for years, have been so tired of it all and just wanted to get there. And finally you are there, but everything becomes significantly difficult.
Kim Jaejoong is part-time student, full-time fanboy of TVXQ. He loves the duo but U-know Yunho owns his heart, and before coming to Japan to see his idols, the thought never even crossed his mind that he would be living every fan’s dream.
When Yunho meets Jaejoong in the Ground Force Festival.
Jaejoong moves to the house of his dreams and everything seems perfect until a strange cat appears in his garden.
Jaejoong put on a song to play on his phone, soft and sad and…real. Yunho slowly open his eyes to see Jaejoong looking at him, and God, he loved those eyes...
Inspired by their duet
If you were married and had children, what kind of story would you want to tell your kids about how you met your other half? Maybe that he helped you with your books? Or helped you get something that was out of your reach? How about the typical playboy meets ordinary girl. Or should I say UN-ordinary.
Jung Yunho is pleasantly reminiscing beautiful past with his beloved wife... On an unpleasant Anniversary. . . . . . .