Saturday, August 09, 2008

BYJ Updates on August 9, 08

勇俊出院回家休養
[용준님 소식]8/9

trans:BYJ Gallery miemi

14:11
용준씨가 조금 전, 퇴원하고 자택으로 돌아와졌다고 합니다. ..

지금부터는 통원 치료 된다고 합니다.
회복의 정도가 좋은 것 같아요.
걱정 하시지 마세요.
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韓翻中:wonchun
轉自"百度裴吧"
14:11

勇俊剛剛出院,返回家中。。。。

從現在開始進行“通院治療”就可以了。
現在看他恢復得還不錯。
請各位不要擔心。

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Brief translation to English by xiaoyi

YJ just discharged from hospital
has returned home

From now on, he just need to travel everyday to the hospital for treatment
He seems to be recovering well
Pls do not worry everyone.

[Photo] Mr. Yang attended a fan meeting at Gosireh




Today Mr Yang attended a fan meeting at Gosireh.
He talked about the YJ's operation.
He said YJ is in good spirit/condition, will stay for 1 week.
Then after that he will have to go to the hospital everyday for a 6 months rehab treatment.
The meeting finished at 9pm
source: yuri's blog

Friday, August 08, 2008

[Trans] Mgr Yang's Blog / BYJ mobile 2008/08/06

original in japanese: Mgr Yang's Blog / BYJ mobile 2008/08/06
translated into chinese: snowkin / loveyongjoon
translated into english: happiebb / bb's blog

Samgyetang in Summertime!

Hello family. This is Yang Geun Hwan.

Summer has been creeping up on us, and finally, it's now the real summer.

Korea has Sambol (三伏 or 삼복), the hottest periods of summer, we separate the hottest period in a year into Chobok (early summer), Joongbok (mid summer) and Marlbok (late summer), or known collectively as Sambol.

During such times, in order to battle the heat and also the lethargy of our bodies, we will drink samgeytang (a soup made from chicken and ginseng 삼계탕).

For this year's Sambol, I too went for samgyetang with the colleagues in the company. This is known as beating the heat with heat. I think the tradition of eating hot food to battle the heat is only found in Korea. *bb: yea, most people would probably have thought that the steaming hot samgyetang is a winter dish, haha!

Dear Japanese family, what do you eat to fight the summer heat? Personally, I think it's very important to drink more water, and to have three filling meals in a day.

Some days back, BYJ put a stop to his holiday in the States and returned temporarily (to Korea). He had returned to have surgery on the part that is hurting him, and also to focus on recovery and rehabilitation. Family, please don't worry (about him).

I'm also thinking... if possible, I would like to have a good meal of samgyetang with him during this Sambol period.

Family, please take care of yourself during the hot summer, and be sure to live a happy day everyday.

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source: http://www.visitkorea.or.kr/enu/SI/SI_EN_3_6.jsp?cid=260734

What is Sambok?

In the past when most Koreans depended on farming for their livelihood, all family members worked in the fields from spring to fall. But when the scalding heat of summer made field work nearly impossible, everyone would take a short respite from the sizzling sun. Part of this summertime ritual was eating a carefully prepared, nutritious meal meant to build stamina and cool the body: a wise and easy way to recover from fatigue and gear up for the fall harvest.

Sambok refers to the three hottest days of summer, which mark the peak of the growing season. After these days have passed, farmers look forward to the ripening of the rice. According to the lunar calendar, the sambok period extends over a month and is marked by the three days of chobok (beginning), jungbok (middle), and malbok (last). There is a 10-day interval between chobok and jungbok, and a 20-day interval between jungbok and malbok. This year, chobok is July 20, jungbok is July 30, and malbok is August 9 after the monsoon season (June 10, 20, and July 10 respectively by the lunar calendar). And since Sambok is counted according to the lunar calendar, the days are different every year.

What Do People Do on Sambok Days?

In the past, Sambok was a holiday for farmers worn out by farming chores. During the dynastic period, the royal court distributed ice from the palace icehouse to its high-ranking officials. In those days, however, ice was a rarity for the common people. So, when the heat of summer made it impossible to work the land, people did chores instead, or took a few days off to go to a cooler place.

Usually, people took refuge in a nearby mountain valley or at the seacoast. Such trips were mostly common among housewives. They would flee from labor and spend a leisurely cool summer vacation, enjoying a footbath in a cold mountain brook or a sand bath on the beach. This was also a time for them to visit their parents and family members.

Nowadays, there are no special sambok traditions, but people still continue the custom of eating nutritious and rejuvenating foods, which is why you’ll find a long line of customers waiting to be seated at samgyetang or other sambok-special restaurants.

Korean’s Favorite Sambok Meals!

Koreans are most interested in foods that help restore stamina weakened by the scorching heat, and the most popular are samgyetang (chicken ginseng soup) and jangeogui (grilled eel). According to Eastern medicine, blood concentrates near the skin in hot weather in order to cool the body, and this may lead to bad blood circulation in the stomach and muscles. For this reason, it is not uncommon to lose one’s appetite or feel exhausted in summer.

On those days, people will want to eat foods that warm the body. For example, chicken, the main ingredient in samgyetang, warms the body, and ginseng too promotes heat in the body. One might ask: why eat hot foods when the weather is already so hot? From ancient times, the custom was based on the Oriental medicinal theory that even though there is heat in the body, the internal organs are relatively cold. It was believed that by warming up the inner body, not only would one overcome summer heat, it would also prevent illness and fatigue. And because poor nutrition reduced energy, which could ultimately lead to a bad harvest, people usually prepared nutritious and energizing meals on sambok days. It addition to samgyetang, people also eat jangeogui (broiled eel), patjuk (red bean porridge), or summer fruits like melon.

Samgyetang - The Most Popular Sambok Dish





Samgyetang, the most popular Korean dish for sambok days, is prepared with a tender young chicken (one small chicken each for individual servings), ginseng, garlic, jujube dates, and glutinous rice.
In addition to samgyetang, you can also try the chogyetang (cold noodles with chicken) or yukgaejang (spicy beef soup), which are made from chicken. It is said that a hot meal that induces perspiration has more health benefits than a cold meal in summer.

[Scan / VOD] News regarding YJ's Surgery


[SCAN]오늘 닛칸스포츠 by makiko


2008.08.08 Sports Nippon ヨン様 肩を手術 (by komomo)

[VOD]2008.08.07 11:02 YTN STAR ベ・ヨンジュン,秘密裡に肩手術
source: komomo



[Photo] Joon Bear ~ Jeju Island

'배용준 곰인형'제주섬 둥지 틀다
'준베어' 디자인·제작한 오경애씨 서귀포 대포동에 '조안 스튜디오'


진선희 기자 jin@hallailbo.co.kr 진선희 기자의 다른 기사 보기

source: byjgallery

'Home coming' BYJ underwent shoulder surgery in utmost secrecy....being hospitalized[Sports Donga] 8/7/08*

Reposted from Quilt, translated by Joanne

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Moris posted this on the Talk Box of BYJ's official home.
'Home coming' BYJ underwent shoulder surgery in utmost secrecy....being hospitalized
[Sports Donga]8/7/08 07:55

The fact was known that Top star BYJ is in hospital after recently undergoing shoulder surgery in utmost secrecy. BYJ was admitted to a hospital in a place in downtown Seoul in the evening on 4, and had a surgery in shoulder which he injured while filming drama 'TWSSG'.

BYJ had a surgery for about 2 hours, under general anesthesia to treat damaged muscles and nerves in shoulder. Fortunately, post op course is known to be good. BYJ plans to be hospitalized for about 2 weeks and get treatment for surgeried area.

Regarding this, a person close to BYJ confirmed fact of hospitalization saying, "After he came home, he had a routine examination on knee and shoulder that were injured during filming, and he had a surgery because the result was that the surgery was necessary.

This person told, "After watching post=op course while having in-hospital treatment for about 2 weeks, he plans to begin rehabilitative treatment to the shoulder after one month," and "They expect about 6 months as rehabilitation period, and he plans to have rehabilitation therapy to his knee at the same time.

BYJ had been taking a rest as well as recharging as he left for New York, US, right after he finished promotion of the 'TWSSG' in Japan in early June. He came home through Incheon Airport via Korean Air departing from New York on July 31, in about 2 months since he left for USA.

At the time, because he entered home alone at dawn, there were many talks regarding that reason. Regarding that, BYJ's agency told at the time that "He has not recovered entirely from injuries he suffered while filming MBC drama 'TWSSG'. He returned home as planned to undergo rehabilitation examination that is scheduled in early next week."

Reported by Lee Yoona,lyn@donga.com
Copyright (c) Sports Donga

Thursday, August 07, 2008

[Info] Nagoya Gosireh Planned to Open on 10 Sept 08

source: yuri's blog




Opening Date:2008年9月10日(Planned)

Address:愛知県名古屋市中区錦3-24-4 SUNSHINE SAKAE6 階 (6th Floor)

Ownership:BOF international, Inc

Estimated Expenditure:4500yen per person

營業時間:17:00~24:00(Sun - Thur)
17:00~ 1:00 am(Fri & Sat)

(「高矢禮 火」“Special Time”will be opened for reservation )

Seats:80 seats

Homepage:http://www.gosireh.com/(「高矢禮 火」Set Meal will open for reservation starting after tomorrow)

[Notice] About BYJ’s operation and recovery

Notice about BYJ’s operation and recovery
BOF 2008-08-07
source: www.byj.co.kr


Greetings BYJ family members,

In Korea it is the onset of autumn, one of 24 seasonal divisions.
We hope that every member has great autumn days.

As reported today, BYJ had an operation on the shoulder. Due to the injury he got during
drama shooting, he had received medical attention, but the operation was necessary for the
complete recovery after all. Fortunately the surgery was a success, and he takes a rest in
the hospital these days.

BYJ does not want to give anxiety to you about it, so we could not tell you beforehand.
Besides, he keeps asking to make family members not worry about his health and surgery.

BYJ is striving to get well and his postoperative recovery is good, so we believe that you
can meet him in a good health soon.
We appreciate your sincere concerns and warm supports toward him.

Best Wishes,

BOF

[Captures / VOD] Winter Sonata Animation - Yu Jin HP

Captured by xiaoyi

http://anime-wintersonata.com/y-flash/yusin.html

http://anime-wintersonata.com/y-flash/yusin_0807.flv







Wednesday, August 06, 2008

[Captures / VOD] 2007 Keangnam

source: Quilt by tomato99
source: BYJ's official site,
Filmography

2007 Keangnam CF








[Capture] 경남 아너스빌 2007 스틸 컷
From cafe.daum.net/byjgallery by Dolce








BYJ Updates from yuri's blog

気になるヨン様情報
Regarding YJ's news

やはり、お会いした家族の方からのお話しですが、髪の毛は少し10センチほど切られ、肩くらいまでだそうです。今回は、会われた何人かの日本家族の方からお聞きしていますので、間違いないです~

After all it is a story from the family who met YJ, some hair are cut approximately 10 centimeters, and it seems to be a shoulder length. This time, i heard it from the Japanese family, it is more reliable .....

source: yuri's blog

[VOD] 2008.8.3 NHK Good Morning Japan - Special Edition on Joe Hisaishin

[VOD]2008.08.03NHKおはよう日本-JOE HISAISHI특집
source: bjgallery by makishi


[Photo] Joe Hisaishi Concert with the New Japan Philharmonic Orchestra






















source: yuri's blog

[Trans]Summarized K-News regarding BYJ’s return to Korea

Reposted from Quilt, translated by suehan

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[Someone related to Bae Yong Joon said, “Several reasons for his return”]
Mydaily 2008-08-01 10:05:51

Mydaily talked to the director Yang Geun Hwan of his management company, BOF Entertainment, and he said, “There are several reasons for his return. The rehabilitation treatments have remained, but he returned to discuss some issues and for the CF filming.”

He answered whether his return is temporary, “We don’t know yet. We’ll probably know after we watch the situations, whether it’s a temporary return or he’ll stay in Korea continuously.”

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[Bae Yong Joon returned in 2 months, he will finish rehabilitation and then start to work again.]
edaily SPN Reporter, Kim Eungoo 2008-08-01 10:05:39

Someone related to Bae Yong Joon said the following in regards to his present condition; “He got better a lot, but it seems like he still has a pain on his shoulder. He’ll have examination in the hospital.”

He also talked about the drama “The Drop of God” that was originated from the Japanese Manga, which was known that Bae Yong Joon was interested in; “The Company plans to proceed sometime next year.”

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[Bae Yong Joon returned in 2 moths alone and seems to concentrate on the rehabilitation treatments.]
Newsen entertainment team

It’s reported that he will give his full concentration to the rehabilitation treatments after his return. Someone related to him said, “He had the rehabilitation treatments continuously in New York and other locations. It seems as if he has difficulties with rehabilitation treatments because he hasn’t recovered completely.”

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[BYJ returned and looks like he will handle the CFs and restaurant business himself.]
JES Reporter Kim, Ingoo 2008.08.01 10:08

Someone related to Bae Yong Joon’s said, “He’ll shoot 2, 3 domestic CFs for next season, and review the new CFs that were proposed from overseas. He will handle the restaurant businesses himself.

In addition, he’ll have the rehabilitation treatments for his foot, which was injured during the TWSSG filming.

Tuesday, August 05, 2008

[SCAN] TWSSG official Filming Diary #2

[Interview번역]태왕사신기 촬영 일기 - 배용준 독점 인터뷰.....고뇌의 끝에
source: byjgallery by vento


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