Today, I discovered something that blew my mind.
My friend just told me ex-EXO member Kris is now under Jackie Chan's Agency. I was lost with words because I didn't know Jackie Chan made his own entertainment agency.
She then continued her story and told me Jackie Chan actually debuted a boy band in Korea. At the moment, I was dumbfounded.
These are the voices in my mind: So, the Kung Fu master started an apprentice in Korea and instead of doing martial arts, they're dancing and singing.
I quickly Youtubed the JJCC to see the group's genre and concept and as you know I love reading comments.
I lost it at this comment and the response is hilarious.
I went back and asked my friend what JJCC really stands for. She doesn't know much about the group but she assumed it's might be made up from their names.
I counted the members and there are seven of them. JJCC has four letters.
Off to Wikipedia.
I couldn't believe my eyes.
The user who responded last to the comment was not joking. It really stand for Jackie Chan (and his) Joint Culture. LOL. I find the inspiration behind the name odd though. For the longest time, Jackie Chan, was a symbolism of Chinese martial art. A decade later, he wants to spread K-Pop.