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SM to sponsor '2014 Incheon Asian Para Games' and reveals new company logo

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SM to sponsor '2014 Incheon Asian Para Games' and reveals new company logo

SM Entertainment will be sponsoring the upcoming '2014 Incheon Asian Para Games' and reveals their new company logo.

On June 25, SM announced that the company and its stars are going to participate in promoting the Asian Para Games, which happens every four years for athletes with disabilities that will participate in the event.

Asian Para Games commenced in China in 2010 and it has been decided that the 2nd 'Asian Para Games' be held in Incheon, South Korea this year. The logo of SM has been placed as the major sponsor of the event but a day after, a new logo has been placed.

Aside from the usual initials of 'SM', the big company announced that they are going to use the new pink logo 'SMTOWN' starting from the '2014 Incheon Asian Para Games'.

SM Entertainment to Sponsor 2014 Asian Para Games

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SM Entertainment to Sponsor 2014 Asian Para Games Entertainment company SM Entertainment will be sponsoring the upcoming 2014 Asian Para Games. The Asian Para Games are a sports event held every four years following the Asian Games for athletes with physical disabilities. The Games first started in Guanzhou, China in 2010. The upcoming second games will be held in Incheon, Korea. 

SM Entertainment announced that SM Entertainment will be utilizing its various content-creation capabilities and stars to support the Games, as a “Visionary Partner” of the Games.

Various idols and staff members from SM Entertainment will be working with the Games’ celebrity spokesperson Lee Dong Woo to promote the Games

Check out the official website for the 2014 Asian Para Games here for more information about the upcoming games. The 2014 Asian Para Games will be held from October 18 until October 24 in Incheon.

The National Para Games Group sends offical apology to JYJ’s Junsu and his fans

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The National Para Games Group sends offical apology to JYJ’s Junsu and his fans

The National Para Games Group has sent an official apology to JYJ‘s Junsu and his fans through their website.

On October 8th, Junsu was scheduled to perform as the finale stage at the opening of the 32nd National Para Games – Gyeonggi Province. However, many fans had problems with Junsu’s final stage, starting from the lighting of the stage up to the way his stage was filmed.

To answer the fans rising anger, presumably, the chief officer of the National Para Games uploaded the following apology.

As the chief officer, I apologize to everyone for not handling the 32nd National Para Games’ opening ceremony on October 8th with ease, causing concerns in delay and order maintenance.

Also, I apologize to Kim Junsu (XIA) and all the fans that came from all over the world early in the morning.

I will reflect on this and make sure nothing like this ever happens again.

I will give you an explanation pertaining to JYJ’s Kim Junsu (XIA).

Unaffiliated with the radio broadcasting, from the beginning we chose Kim Junsu (XIA) as the artist that would decorate the ending (finale) stage because he is popular and famous, we directly recruited him from his label C-JES. His label C-JES made a difficult decision in letting him appear even though there was short notice before the event because the Para Games was a meaningful event.

During the recruitment process, we recruited JYJ’s Kim Junsu (XIA) from his label CJES through various steps in event planning. During the recruitment process, we confirmed his attendance by sending him information on the meaning and purpose of the Games, as well as the event schedule, and came to a mutual agreement. Also, we reached an adequate agreement about the opening program while we were discussing his recruitment. Two days before the concert, we received his performance music to heighten the quality of the performance. We set up the spotlight memory settings and VJ video separately, and took the lighting, sound, camera, and all other systems to the finale stage.

On introducing Kim Junsu (XIA), the label agreed two days prior to the event that following the live broadcast, Kim Junsu (XIA) would be introduced after the closing ment live radio broadcast, and Kim Chang Ryul would introduce him as the broadcast MC. Before Kim Junsu’s final stage, the contents were agreed with the label on the point of when he would appear on the stage.

On the promotional items, his recruitment was not confirmed until there was only a short period of time left before the event, so his name was not included in the original promotional material. However, later promotional material and cards were created with his inclusion. After the conclusion of the after-meal event, after the departure of the main guests, there were many empty seats remaining, causing a bit of chaos. I apologize for not thinking that such a situation could occur, and apologize for causing discomfort to the guests. I have warned the security team to sincerely apologize to the CEO. I believe that the camera cleaning scenes that some guests saw was because the KBS team moved their cameras after the main event (KBS only filmed the main event). The celebratory event was filmed by us, and I will tell you that we did not miss any footage up to the very end, including Kim Junsu (XIA).

However, I apologize again for not giving detailed information on the entire situation. You may corroborate this information with the C-JES label. I thank C-JES and Kim Junsu (XIA) for attending the Para Games with meaning and interest even with their busy schedules, and I am very sorry to have caused a disturbance to everyone who participated in the event.

However, the apology seemed to anger fans even more. Many fans wondered if the apology was really from the head officer, as it was uploaded onto a free board where anyone could write, and also could easily get lost. Some fans even pointed out that C-JES was not a label, but an agency, and demanded a more proper apology. Many international fans flocked to the website in support of Junsu as well.

Source: The 32nd National Para Games Official Page