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‘The Day’, JYJ’s documentary, proved the sky high popularity by all selling out for 19 theaters.
C-Jes Entertainment, JYJ’s management company, announced “‘The Day’ on 19 Lotte Cinema Theaters are all sold out”.
According to Lotte Cinema, the main server went down for a while due to uncontrolable simultanious log-ins over 110,000. Especially, tickets for the Lotte Cinema in Busan were sold out within record breaking 5 minutes.
JYJ officials commented “We did not plan for a long run, because it was for the short fan service. However, the ticket demand by the fans were unexpectedly too high, we are discussing with Lotte Cinema for extending the show”.
The movie ‘The Day’ is a 90 minute long story of JYJ member’s ordinary daily lives.
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