JYJ member Kim Junsu’s role ‘Death’ in the musical is in the center of attention. In ‘Elisabeth’, his role is a transcendent character that follows Elisabeth around and seduces her with the desired freedom which only he can give to her.
In fact, the special characteristic of the role Tod is in the combination of songs and choreography rather than his lines in the musical. Therefore, if Kim Junsu’s acting in the role ‘Tod’ was set aside, the musical could be mistaken as a small unique musical concert.
From a soft ballad or a thrilling dance song to a sweet yet sorrowful duet, the songs flowing through his lips in each scene are painted with various colours. Even the sound of his breath seems like a poem being recited, one moment he came closer and whispered the murmurs of sweet love; the next moment he shouted and burst out like fireworks, showing the Black Devil’s allure. With a sexy and detailed choreography added up, his stage was sublimated into a supreme performance.
‘The last dance’ is the highlight of the show where the audience can feel Kim Junsu’s full energy. There is no need to include any further explanation; this scene is enough to explain why he was casted by the producers and why his ability was acknowledged by some of the greatest artists in the world like Robert Johanson or Sylvester Levay. Read More →
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The French – Korean Connection Festival will be held starting on the 21st of April in Paris, France. “Protect the Boss” is one of the dramas tha will be aired on the second day of the festival (Sunday the 22nd of April) :
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Rooftop fanmeeting started at 4p.m. (March 31, 2012). Participants watched The Day after the fanmeet. tomorrow, they will visit the shooting site.
Fanmeet Game event: Play the Whip Cream scene in RTP with a fan; the cream was on fan’s face, so YC wiped her face