Jaejoong was concerned about Junsu’s looks?
Junsu held a ‘V’ app live broadcast on January 12 to talk with fans! He advised his fans on their concerns to greet the new year.
One fan revealed her concerns about her looks, and he said to her, “If everybody has a time when they look their best (looks bloom), that time is different for everyone.” He then recalled a conversation he had with JYJ member Jaejoong in the past.
He said, “When I was twenty, Jaejoong said this to me: ‘You’re cute right now, but I’m worried about when you become thirty.’ He said that half-jokingly, but I did worry about that. I worried that when young, people look cute, but as they age, that charm disappears. Jaejoong brought this up again before he went to the army, saying, ‘As one gets older, one’s face becomes more charming.’ That made me think that on one side, what he’d said when I was twenty was sincere, but I still liked feeling his sincerity [this time]. Even I think that as one ages, the face blooms.”
JYJ’s Junsu talks about his past hardships as he prepares to go to the military
On January 12, JYJ’s Junsu greeted fans through Naver’s ‘V’ app. With his military enlistment approaching, the singer expressed his sadness in parting with his fans.
“Please get rid of February,” Junsu pleaded, as he will be going off to the military next month.
“It’s too bad I have to say my farewells to you all as my military enlistment is in February. Too bad we can’t get rid of February,” the singer commented.
The singer also recalled his past saying, “It is difficult to move forward without fully healing one’s scars. I don’t know what an adult’s take on this would be. Please let me know your secret to overcome life as a young person in society.”
He went on, “I had a lot of hardships during the past whether it be family or life in general. I think I just went after my dream that time. I thought this was the only thing that I can do, so I kept running and never looked back. Although there were many mountains I had to climb, I think I managed to climb them all.”
The singer continued, “As far as religious beliefs go, my mother once told me that God only gives you tests in which you can handle. I feel like I have grown more through these trials…I wish that these hardships now will someday turn into thanksgiving and praise.”
Meanwhile, Junsu is busy with his musical ‘Death Note.’ Based on the popular Japanese manga of the same name, beginning back on January 3 the musical adaptation will continue through the 26th.