JYJ purchases their own recording studio
Following their successful worldwide concerts thoughout Asia and in America, it was reported today that JYJ purchased a recording studio near the Gangnam area. According to a representative, the trio has also purchased new recording equipment and are currently working on designing the interior and other aspects of the studio.
Apparently, the studio will now be used as the center of production of their own music. It was previously owned and jointly run by Trifecta Entertainment which had artists like Uhm Junghwa, Koyote, Solbi and Uptown's Chris Jung.
A source close to JYJ confirmed, “Recently, JYJ purchased a work studio, and it is currently undergoing renovations. As JYJ is predominantly using their own musical compositions for activities, they require their own work studio. After activities for one album, with various individual schedules for dramas, musicals, and other things, the need for a personal work studio was felt strongly."
Despite preparing for their upcoming promotions, the members of the group are currently busy with individual activities. At the moment, Yoochun is making his drama comeback with the production "Miss Ripley" while Junsu is performing in the musical "Mozart." Meanwhile, fellow member Jaejoong will take on the challenge of appearing in a Korean drama for the first time in the drama, "Protect The Boss."
Source: BaiduTVXQ, Star Today, and dongbangdata.net