On July 24th, the Fair Trade Commission (hereafter FTC) revealed that they have ordered SM Entertainment and the orea Pop Culture and Arts Industry Coalition (hereafter KFPCAI), who have been obstructing JYJ’s broadcast activities, to cease their obstructive actions.
The FTC found that SM and the KFPCAI have worked together to request businesses’ in the industry to prohibit JYJ’s appearances on broadcast programming and musical distribution after JYJ, who were active as members of TVXQ, formed in October, 2010.
**The KFPCAI and SM collaborated in November, 2010, to send documents requesting that JYJ be prohibited from appearing on public broadcast and engaging in music distribution. Including the music distribution company Warner Music Korea, the documents were sent to 9 broadcast stations, 11 music distributions, and 5 online music service companies, making that 26 companies in total.**
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