K-pop trio JYJ will be featured on an Australian music program this weekend, their agency said on Wednesday.
C-Jes Entertainment said through a press release that the boys will be shown on Australia’s public channel Special Broadcasting Service’s music program “SBS Pop Asia” at 4 p.m. KST on July 21.
“SBS Pop Asia” specializes in Asian pop music and has garnered popularity since its premiere in 2011, the agency explained.
An official of the music program was quoted as saying “Every Saturday and Sunday, we introduce different artists in Asia for one hour each. Viewers have requested for JYJ for a long time so we visited Korea to interview the group.”
The interview will cover stories on JYJ’s world tour, their impression on meeting fans from all over the world and what their next moves are.
Meanwhile, the second volume to ”The JYJ” magazine, first released in January to celebrate 1,000 days of their activities, will be released under the theme of ’friendship’ at the end of the month.
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