K-pop singer and musical actor Kim Jun-su, a member of trio JYJ, has been featured in cultural and theatrical arts magazine Scene Playbill.
Kim is currently cast in the musical “Death Note,” based on the cult Japanese manga and anime series of the same name.
Kim lays private detective L, who investigates a supernatural notebook that grants its user the ability to kill people by writing their names in the notebook.
“It wasn’t easy to act L at first because everything from the tone of his voice to his expression to his gait and bodily gestures are very unusual,” said Kim, a fan of the original manga series. “However, I’m acting by searching for the point where the original character and what I wish to feel and express meet.”
[PHOTO] 씬플레이빌 나오는날이다
데스노트 읽고 있는 샤엘 #만찢남
It’s the day he came to Scene Playbill
XIA-L who’s reading Death Note
#Manjjitnam(Man who seems like he came out tearing of a manhwa)
[TRANS] If you ask me whether I’ve lived kindly, I may waver but.. I’ve at least lived up until now with dignity and without shame. Every time bad news is written about the hotel, there are Jeju newspapers that would spread things without even checking all the facts. How come these people are so quiet today;;
[TRANS] I’m not asking you to take my side. I just hope that our media channels report fairly and without bias. Is it because you are all Jeju citizens?. But before that, aren’t we all citizens of Korea? I earnestly hope that I can be treated equally in the future.
Translated by: @ohmyjunsu
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