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JYJ Kim Jae-joong returns to Twitter

2012/12/02 | Permalink | Source

JYJ's Kim Jae-joong left a picture on Twitter to prove his come back.

He created a new Twitter ID and told his fans he was back. Kim had up to a million followers and communicated with fans all over the world but continuous hacking incidents caused him to shut it down.

Back in about a month or so, Kim Jae-joong posted, "There were so many people who wanted me to come back on Twitter. So here I am. In celebration, I give you sleeping JJ. Now I smile".

In just a day of his come back, Kim has already recorded more than 100 thousand followers and fans have been greeting him with joy. Netizens say, "I'm so happy you're back", "I hope you don't have to sign off again" and more.

Kim Jae-joong officially made his debut with the movie "Jackal is Coming" on the 15th last month. This movie is about a female killer kidnapping a top star and Kim takes on the role of the stop star names Choi Hyeon.

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