The poster was for an ad Yonsama did for Japanese advertising. Guess what! I got that poster. Friends were at Mitsuwa where there was a table set up for customers to try sample of Nescafe coffee. They asked the girl if they could have a poster and got a couple. Since then they went back and there was a pile of it and some customers only asking for the posters and not trying the coffee. I have mine on the wall in my office off to the side of my computer. So it looks like I am looking at my computer but I am looking at you know who.
I think if everyone thought long and hard we could come up with something. Hey.... maybe we could email the actors an ask them to come, or maybe we could ask some Chicago shows to invite them to their show. Do you think it would work?
It's an article that appeared in the January issue of an Asian airline's inflight magazine, all about Bae Yong Joon. I have linked you to the sixth page of the article, which is where the English version starts. There is a place at the bottom of the page where you can click to scroll back and forth, so you can look at all the pictures and read the text, which is also in Japanese (in the first half). He talks about the bodybuilding and being a celebrity. Lots of pictures that look like the same ones we were talking about here yesterday.
Apparently, all the Japanese passengers who were BYJ fans took the magazines from the plane, and then their friends back home started calling the airline for their own copies, so they printed an extra couple of thousand to meet the demand.
Post by galacticchick on Mar 1, 2005 17:54:57 GMT -5
Dang, talk about a following! Did you all see the massive amount of people on the first page. All women too from the looks of it.
I don't know about Korea, but in Japan, the more popular an artist is, the less their managers, agents, etc let them have a relationship. When they do, it makes record sales go down along w/all other merchandise they promote.
Grandparents from WML: "Are my words dog's nose to you?"