SEOUL, Nov. 29 (Korea Bizwire) – Postage stamps designed after K-pop artist Kim Jae-joong from JYJ will be released in February in Japan.
According to C-JeS Entertainment, preorders for ‘REBOOT’, a set of postage stamps consisting of Jae-joong’s pictures, began on Monday and instantly topped HMV’s sales chart.
It’s the second time Jae-joong’s postage stamps have been released, following 2014.
Jae-joong took to Instagram to show appreciation, saying he was thankful for the second release of his postage stamps, while hoping that people use the stamps to send letters to people they love.
The postage stamp set sold at HMV is priced at around 52,000 won, and comes with three sheets of postage stamps, including a poster and a badge.
After being discharged from the military in 2016, the K-pop star fronted KBS 2TV drama series Man Hole and will head to the Philippines as part of his Asia tour.