JYJ – In Heaven

The Korean trio is back with a new studio album, releasing the MV to their title track.

I must say that I really love the song. But then again, I haven’t listened to so much JYJ music. I had a really hard time with the English songs, but I did adore the OSTs they have done for some of their own and other television dramas.

I think that what made me listen and watch this MV was the fact that member Junsu stars in it. He is the one in JYJ that has the least acting experience on-screen — he has more experience on stage. It is mostly Jaejoong and Yoochun that star in dramas or movies. To get to see Junsu act was a refreshing experience.

Can’t wait to hear the entire album and perhaps see them live? It has been announced that JYJ are coming to Spain and Germany for concerts. I will not believe it until I have the ticket in my hand, I land in one of those countries, stand in line for the concert and see their face front and center.

Anyone of you guys thinking about going? Let me know if I can see you there!

Julyssa

Music is all I do: I work in music, I write about music, I listen to music.

2 Responses

  1. amy says:

    Well, that’s a sad ending! It can only be Korean~~~ It’s actually a really good song that goes with the video quite well.

    I really think JYJ (and Kpop as a general rule) should remain in Korean.

    • Camiele says:

      @amy, As much as it pains me to say this, I think you’re right. And I kinda think that way for most singers/groups whose first language isn’t English or they dont’ have the biggest grasp of the language. In all fairness, though, The Beginning wasn’t that bad of an album from what I’ve heard. I think people heard “Ayy Girl” and saw the video and were like…the HELL O.o However, there were some pretty good tracks on there (I’m thinking of “Empty” and “Be My Girl”), considering they didn’t really write or produce the album themselves. It was experimentation, trying something out. If it fails, fine…try again later or just not all.

      But, yes, they’re at their most comfortable singing in Korean, therefore there’s more soul and more “completeness” in their sound. Anyway, said too much again. All that to say I really liked this video and I’m just head over heels for the song. Like, that damn Jaejoong and his lyrics…just, why?!

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