JYJ’s Kim Jun Soo recently wrote that he appreciated his fans for their love and support.
On May 12, Kim tweeted “You guys don’t have to care about streaming or something. I’m just satisfied that I can sing what I’d love to sing and you guys are be there for me, supporting my music. Fairness has been far from out reality since ages ago, but I won’t be worn out.”
Streaming refers to a technology that allows an audio or a medium on the Internet played without downloading it. Also, audios or media are played before the entire file has been transmitted, so there is little limit on the size of the file.
The number of times a song is accessed for the audio streaming has a great impact on the ranking of the song. Hence, singers have huge interests in the number of streaming. However, learning of his fans endeavoring to boost the number of streaming, Joon Su explained them that they didn’t have to put their efforts on the number of streaming—subsequently the ranking of their songs.
Netizens responded: “Cool.” “Hope you last as long as possible.” “Gi, Joon Su.”
On May 11, the JYJ member released his first solo album with the title track “I Hate Love.”