The response for JYJ’s first Korean album is extraordinary.
With the release of the teaser for ‘In heaven’, a song which was written by Kim Jaejoong and features the acting of fellow member Kim Junsu, receiving an explosive response, the online version of ‘Get Out’ topped all of the major online charts as soon as it was released.
C-JeS Entertainment stated, “We’re more surprised by the response the song has received as it was a surprise early release with no prior promotions,” and “As soon as the online version of the song was released at midnight, ‘Get Out’ topped all of the major online music charts such as Bugs, Melon, and Dosirak, even Naver and Daum’s music charts, and foretold the return of the kings.” JYJ have already set a record for pre-orders with 450,000 copies for their first worldwide English album and with an explosive response continuing for their new album, many are curious to see how many copies they will sell.
‘Get Out’ is a song that was co-written by Kim Jaejoong and Park Yoochun and was first sung during JYJ’s 2011 World Tour. A high tempo, pop dance piece, its straightforward lyrics draw people’s attention as it depicts the sorrow of the main character as he feels betrayal from seeing the woman he loved with his close friend .
Meanwhile, JYJ’s first Korean album has been available for pre-orders from the 9th of September. Pre-orders began at 10a.m. on this day and became available on various online album stores such as yes24, Kyobobooks, Interpark and Aladin.
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