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ヾ(＠⌒ー⌒＠)ノ Junsu ah~~ Why are you so HOT??!! b(≧δ≦)d …*(≧〇≦)*
Singer-musical actor JYJ’s Kim Junsu gave off his homme fatale charm.
Admist performing in the musical ‘Elisabeth’, Junsu had a cover and pictorial photoshoot for ‘Single’ magazine recently.
Junsu also did an interview together with the photoshoot. He said, “I felt that I am lacking in depth and weight as compared to hyungs (Ryu Jung Han, Song Chang-ee). Indeed, I was worried about the ability that I need in order to make up for my lack of depth. I decided to go with a somewhat heinous feel as I am young and sexy.” He also introduced his character as ‘Death’ in ‘Elisabeth’.
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I went to the musical “Elisabeth” the night before interviewing him. It was the first performance by Kim Junsu, who stood tall as a JYJ member and a musical actor. The audience became breathless as if the air had disappeared when Junsu appeared as the captivating “Tod” with platinum blond hair. Kim Junsu with intense charisma and husky voice explosively proved himself every second, minute and moment. What I saw was free but passionate youth. Kim Junsu, during our first exclusive interview with him, proved he is a smart man who guides his own destiny during his honest conversation with us.
-Yesterday was your first time for “Elisabeth.” How do you feel?
It was quite burdensome because European musical is unfamiliar to us [Koreans] and “Elisabeth”, especially, has more lyrical elements. I think it is special because it also contains fantasy. Although people’s expectations were too high and I felt more burdens on my shoulders, I feel really satisfied as I finished the first performance. I feel exhilarated that I can make drama with the best actors and actresses.
-Did you feel the fans? The audience’s reaction was the most passionate during the curtain call. It felt like a concert.
I can feel them during the curtain call, but not during the show. They seem to be too cautious and feel diffident thinking ‘can I clap?’ I wish they will feel more comfortable because they don’t need to stand on too much on formality for musical.
-People in Europe, the home of this musical, and those who visited Europe to watch the musical are most ardent about the character ‘Death.’
I heard the one who acts as ‘Death’ usually gets number one when people vote for the popularity of musical actors in Austria. Thus, stars of that country usually acted as Tod. I obviously considered Mozart was the best character (because I performed “Mozart”). Before, I could not understand why Tod was popular when Elisabeth is the main character of the show. Tod is attractive because he is not a human, but a god, and can describe something human cannot show. Read More →