Yoo Seung Jun's agency states, "No plans to make a Korean comeback"
Yoo Seung Jun's agency responded to the news that a particular broadcasting company would try to bring the singer back after conducting a poll with the nation. Their official statement? "We have no plans to make a comeback, regardless of the results." Yoo Seung Jun's Chinese agency JC Group International informed that they have never received calls nor negotiated with the 'SBS Plus' or 'Comeback Show Top 10' staff, and that they have yet to plan or even consider Yoo Seung Jun's Korean comeback. "Even Yoo Seung Jun himself did not know, and it set him back a little bit. But he is so thankful and joyous, as he knows this is due to the many fans that still remember him and continue to support him after all this time." JC Group International's head Jackie Chan also commented on the recent news. "I think the best way for him to repay his loyal fans for their continued love and support is to first accomplish all the goals he's set for himself thus far and plan for a later date when he can stand confidently before his Korean fans." He continued, "It's hard to see him so broken over not being able to return to his home country... but I know that he will be able to make a strong international comeback. He will rise to his feet again, and he is forever grateful for the fans who remember him and are waiting for him to return. Please continue to show your encouragement so that he can make it big again one day soon." The 'Comeback Show Top 10' staff sparked controversy after announcing that they would conduct a poll with the Korean citizens regarding Yoo Seung Jun's comeback in Korea. If more than 33.3% of them actively supported Yoo Seung Jun's comeback, they would look into procedures necessary to bring him back. Yoo Seung Jun was once at the peak of fame in Korea, however, was banned from the country in 2002 after controversy erupted over his mandatory Korean military service. Source & Image : SPN via Nate
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