On January 23, MBLAQ‘s agency J-Tune Camp released an official statement regarding Lee Joon‘s online post from the day before. The statement reads, “Lee Joon did write the post on MBLAQ’s official online fan cafe. Lee Joon was negotiating his busy and hectic schedule with the agency.”
Recently, Lee Joon has been busy working on variety TV shows, film, TV drama, MBLAQ albums, and overseas promotion simultaneously. Lee Joon demanded a reasonable amount of time for each and every stage, show, drama, and film so that he could focus on them wholeheartedly one by one. However, due to his busy and hectic schedule, the agency failed to apply Lee Joon’s opinions and demands. As a result, Lee Joon was physically and emotionally fatigued and ended up writing a rather emotional post online. J-Tune Camp admitted that this happening is based solely on the company’s poor management.
J-Tune Camp announced, “Although it is a bit perplexing, we understand him as a member of our family. We will try our best to assist Lee Joon’s will to treat each and every job with all of his efforts through more thoroughly structured management.”
Previously on January 22, Lee Joon posted on MBLAQ’s online fan cafe, “Am I a robot? For whom? I’ve endured as much as I could and I have my own opinions. Has anybody apologized to me? I am sorry to lie when everyone can tell that it’s a lie. Since I’m only a human, I can’t keep fooling people with visibly false acting.”
The original post has been deleted but a captured image of it is spreading out through various online communities and social networking services. Since the content of the post could easily cause speculations about his relationship with his MBC “We Got Married” costar Oh Yeon Seo, there seems to be more to the aftermath of Lee Joon’s initial post.