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JYJ is a male duo under C-JeS Entertainment. Originally a three-member group consisting of former TVXQ! members Jaejoong, Junsu, and Yoochun, they debuted in Japan on September 8, 2010 with the mini album The... before subsequently releasing their international debut album The Beginning a month later, and their Korean debut album In Heaven on September 28, 2011.

On April 24, 2019, C-JeS announced that they had terminated Yoochun's contract following his drug use scandal and his announcement that he will retire from the entertainment industry.[1]

The group's future status is unknown due to the removal of JYJ's profile on C-JeS's website[2] despite their SNS still being active on promoting the two remaining members.

Members

Name Year(s) active
Jaejoong (재중) 2010–present
Junsu (준수) 2010–present
Former
Yoochun (유천) 2010–2019

Discography

Korean

Studio albums

  • In Heaven (2011)
    • In Heaven Special Edition (2011)
  • Just Us (2014)

Special albums

  • Their Rooms (2011) (Music essay)

Digital singles

  • "Get Out" (2011)
  • "Only One" (2013)

Japanese

Mini albums

  • The... (2010)

Singles

English

Studio albums

  • The Beginning (2010)


References

Official links

Korean
Japanese
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