Junsu

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  (Redirected from Xiah)
Jump to: navigation, search
This article is about the JYJ member. For the 2PM member formerly known as Junsu, see Jun. K.
This is a Korean name; the family name is Kim.
Junsu
Kim Junsu LG (4).jpg
Background information
Native name 김준수
Birth name Kim Jun-su
Also known as XIA
Xiah Junsu
시아준수
細亞俊秀
Junsu (ジュンス?)
Born (1986-12-15) December 15, 1986 (age 27)
Gyeonggi-do, South Korea
Genres Pop, R&B, Dance
Occupation(s) Singer, stage actor, dancer, model
Instruments Vocals, piano
Years active 2003-present
Labels C-JeS Entertainment
Warner Music
S.M. Entertainment (2003–09)
Rhythm Zone (Japan; 2004–10)
Associated acts JYJ, TVXQ, Anyband, SM Town
Junsu
Hangul 김준수
Hanja
Revised Romanization Gim Junsu
McCune–Reischauer Kim Chun-su

Kim Jun-su (Hangul: 김준수; hanja: 金俊秀; born 15 December 1986[1]) or simply Junsu, also known by the stage name Xia (stylized as XIA; /siˈɑː/ SEE-ah; Korean: 시아) is a South Korean singer-songwriter, dancer, and stage actor. He is a member of the Korean pop group JYJ, and was one of the original members of boy band TVXQ.

Kim made his debut in 2003 as a member of TVXQ, a boy band produced and formed by South Korean record label and talent agency S.M. Entertainment, having previously been a trainee for six years. He had released four Korean albums, four Japanese albums, thirty Japanese singles and several Korean singles during his first six years in the music industry as TVXQ. In 2009, Kim and fellow TVXQ members Kim Jaejoong and Park Yoochun filed a lawsuit against SM Entertainment, arguing that their exclusive contracts were unilaterally disadvantageous towards the artists and should be invalidated. The Seoul Central District Court ruled in favor of the three and granted an injunction suspending their contracts.[2] The trio reunited and subsequently formed JYJ (formerly known as JUNSU/JAEJOONG/YOOCHUN in Japan).[3] As JYJ, Kim has released one English album, one Korean album, one Japanese EP, and one Korean EP.

Kim began his solo career in 2010 with the release of Japanese single Xiah,[4] which peaked at number-two on Japan's Oricon singles chart. The same year, he took the role of Wolfgang in his debut musical Mozart!,[5] receiving critical acclaim and commercial success. After the release of Xiah, Kim's solo music career was sent into hiatus because of a discord between him and his Japanese label Avex Trax that led to the sudden suspension of all his activities in Japan. In May 2012, he released his first full-length Korean solo studio album Tarantallegra, while being represented by new management agency C-JeS Entertainment. Following the release, he embarked on his first headlining world tour.[6] He returned with his second Korean solo studio album, Incredible, in July 2013.[7]

Despite limitations in media coverage and promotional activities caused by a ban in the Entertainment Departments of South Korea's three main terrestrial broadcasters resulting from SM Entertainment's interference,[8][9] Kim's first and second studio album reached top two on the Gaon albums chart in South Korea, as well as reaching number-ten and number-five on the Billboard World Albums chart for Tarantallegra and Incredible, respectively. He is also known for being able to sell out tickets for his concerts and musicals within minutes, dubbed "the ticket power" by South Korean media.[10][11][12][13]

Biography[edit]

Pre-debut[edit]

Kim was born and raised in Gyeonggi-do, South Korea. He has an older fraternal twin brother named Kim Junho, who is also a singer mainly active in Japan and China where he is more well known by his stage names JUNO and ZUNO.[14] At age eleven, Kim was signed by SM Entertainment after his participation in the agency's the 6th Annual Starlight Casting System.

In 2002, SM Entertainment placed Kim in a project R&B group with another trainees Eunhyuk and Sungmin. They appeared on a show called "2002 Survival Audition - Heejun vs. Kangta, Battle of the Century", along with three future members of rock band TRAX (Jay Kim, No Minwoo, Kang Jungwoo). They were judged and mentored by Moon Hee Jun and Kangta, two members of H.O.T, SM Entertainment's former group. Kangta praised Kim highly in the show, saying that he had potential as a lead vocalist. The group disbanded in 2003 (both Eunhyuk and Sungmin went on to debut as Super Junior's members two years later), when Kim was selected to be TVXQ's member.[15]

2003–2009: TVXQ, Lawsuit against SM Entertainment[edit]

Xiah Junsu with DBSK in 2007 (on the right)
Main article: TVXQ

Kim was the first member to join TVXQ and officially debuted with the group on December 26, 2003.[16] He chose Xiah to be his stage name, explaining that the name was short for "Asia" (taking out the "a" in "Asia"). "Xiah" would be an implication of his desire to become not only a star in Korea, but also a star recognized all throughout Asia.[16]

In 2006, Kim featured in former label-mate Zhang Liyin's debut song, "Timeless".[17] It is a remake of Kelly Clarkson and Justin Guarini's duet, originally recorded in 2003. He also made an appearance in the second part of "Timeless"' music video. In 2007, he was chosen to be part of Samsung's Anycall project group, Anyband. The band comprises former label-mate female singer BoA, Tablo of South Korean hip-hop group Epik High and jazz pianist Jin Bora. Anyband has only released one single of the same name.[18][19]

On July 31, 2009, Kim and other two TVXQ members—Jaejoong and Yoochun'—submitted an application to the Seoul Central District Court to determine the validity of their contract with SM Entertainment.[20][21] Through their lawyers, the members stated that the 13-year contract was excessively long, schedules were held out without the confirmation or permission of the members, contract terms have been extended and changed without their knowledge or consent and that the group's earnings were not fairly distributed to the members.[2] The Seoul Central District Court granted the three members a temporary contract injunction in October 2009 and ruled that SM cannot interfere with their individual activities but also that they can only act as members of TVXQ through SM Entertainment.[2]

In November 2012, the three years and four months lawsuit concluded as SM Entertainment and JYJ reached a mutual agreement to terminate all contracts between the two parties and not to interfere with each other's activities in the future. At a voluntary arbitration at the Seoul Central District Court, SM Entertainment finally agreed that its contract ended July 31, 2009, and that it would no longer interfere with JYJ’s endeavors in Korea.[22][23]

Throughout his career as TVXQ's member, Kim had written and composed several songs that have appeared on the group's Korean and Japanese releases. His first composition was a ballad titled "Nae Gyeote Sumsuil Su Ittdamyeon (White Lie)" (네 곁에 숨쉴 수 있다면), included in TVXQ's third Korean studio album, "O"-Jung.Ban.Hap. At TVXQ's second Asian tour, he performed a solo self-composed dance track called "My Page". He also composed his solo slow-ballad "Rainy Night" of TVXQ's nineteenth Japanese single, If.../Rainy Night, an installment of the group's non-album release "TRICK" project. For TVXQ's Korean comeback in 2008, he wrote "Noeur... Baraboda (Picture of You)" (노을... 바라보다), which was featured in TVXQ's fourth Korean album. During TVXQ's third Asian tour, he performed another self-composed song "Xiahtic", which was then rearranged and performed in Japanese for his solo performance at the Tohoshinki 4th Live Tour 2009: The Secret Code in Tokyo Dome. The rearranged version of "Xiahtic" was also included in TVXQ's twenty-ninth Japanese single. He has also appeared on two televised shows with TVXQ, Banjun Theater and Vacation.[24][25]

2010–2011: Solo career and JYJ[edit]

See also: JYJ
Junsu in 2012

At the beginning of 2010, Kim starred in the South Korean production of Austrian musical Mozart!,[5] playing the lead role Wolfgang. His stage actor debut was met with great response, as the tickets for each one of his shows were completely sold out[26] and he was able to sweep up all Best Newcomer awards in various awards ceremonies.[27][28]

Self-composed R&B track from the solo single Xiah, which is sung in Japanese.

Problems playing this file? See media help.

In April, the three-member group JYJ (initially known as JUNSU/JAEJOONG/YOOCHUN) was created, following an announcement made by Avex Trax, the trio's Japanese label at that time.[3] After Avex revealed that TVXQ would go on an indefinite hiatus, it's decided that Kim would make his solo singing debut in Japan.[4] A teaser showing his self-composed song "Intoxication" was made public and announced as the lead track of his upcoming single. The self-produced double A-side single (Refer Xiah (EP)) was released on May 26 and debuted at number two on Japan's Oricon chart. Two songs in the single, "Kanashimi no Yukue" (悲しみのゆくえ The Whereabouts of Sadness?) and "君がいれば ~Beautiful Love~" were used as the theme song for BeeTV's 5nen Atono Love Letter (5年後のラブレター A Love Letter 5 Years From Now?) and <Beautiful Love ~君がいれば~>.

In September, JYJ released The..., their first Japanese EP, which debuted at number one on the Oricon chart.[29] However, Avex had announced the suspension of the group's activities in Japan, including Kim's, the same month that year.[30] JYJ proceeded to release The Beginning, a global album which was sung in English. Kim promoted the new album with JYJ via a worldwide showcase tour with dates in South Korea, Southeast Asia and the United States.

In October, Kim was set to collaborate with Hungarian composer Sylvester Levay for a concert titled "Kim Junsu Musical Concert, Levay with Friends". It was held in Seoul at the Olympic Gymnastics Arena from the 7th until the 10th for a total of 4 days.[31] Well-known German musical actor Uwe Kröger who worked with Levay in several musicals visited South Korea to participate in the concert as a special guest.[32] During the show, Kim introduced "Miss You So", a song that was written especially for him by Levay, to the fans. He also performed "Intoxication" before Korean audience for the first time outside Japan.

January 2011 saw the release of JYJ's Korean EP, Their Rooms "Our Story". Kim contributed in writing and composing two songs in the album, an up-tempo track titled "Mission" and a ballad titled "Fallen Leaves". The next month, he starred in his second musical, "Tears of Heaven".[33][34] Kim played Jun-Hyung, a Korean soldier who fell in love with a Vietnamese singer during the Vietnam war.

Starting from April, Kim toured Asia and North America for JYJ's first Worldwide Tour.[35] The tour was later extended to Europe and South America, adding another four stops in Spain, Germany, Chile and Peru. In May, Kim was appointed the honorary ambassador for the 5th The Musical Awards, along with musical actress Jo Jung Eun.[36] He's also nominated for "Best Actor" and later won the "Popular Star Award" at the same award ceremony.[37] In August, Kim released a song for Korean drama Scent of A Woman"s OST, "You Are So Beautiful". The song managed to top real-time music charts shortly after it was released. He also made a cameo appearance in the drama as a popular singer that the main character idolizes and looks up to. In September, JYJ released their first Korean full-length album, In Heaven. Kim and actress Song Ji-hyo featured in the six minutes long music video for the album's lead track, "In Heaven". A 10-minutes version was released later on, revealing the complete story line.[38] In November, Kim won the "Popular Star Award" at the 17th Korea Musical Awards alongside "Tears of Heaven" co-star Yoon Gong Joo.[39] In December, he and South Korean actor Jang Geun-Suk received a K-POP Superstar Award at the “2011 Asia Jewelry Awards” held in Seoul.[40]

2012–present: Tarantallegra and Incredible[edit]

Junsu on stage in Hollywood Palladium, Los Angeles in 2012

Kim released his first Korean full-length solo album, Tarantallegra, in May 2012.[41][42] It was his first solo music release in two years, after the suspension of his solo activities in 2010. For the album, he directly took part in the production, composing and writing the lyrics for most of the songs. Rapper Flowsik of Asian-American music group Aziatix featured in the album's title track, "Tarantallegra". After unleashing two concept teasers, Kim released a video teaser for "Tarantallegra", where he showed a drastic transformation into a completely new image. The music video was published in full on May 13, a day before the official album release. To promote the album, he held concerts within Asia, as well as North America, South America and Europe. The Asian tour began on May 19 and 20 at Seoul's Jamsil Indoor Stadium and continued on to Thailand, Indonesia, Taiwan, China and Hong Kong. Ahead of the North American, South American, and European tour, C-JeS Entertainment revealed that Kim had finished recording an English song and planned for a new single release. The single, titled Uncommitted is written by Bruce 'Automatic' Vanderveer, and includes a new version of song "Tarantallegra".[43][44] Kim also confirmed his remaining tour dates with stops in New York, Los Angeles, Mexico, Brasil, Chile and Germany. The first show was held at New York's Hammerstein Ballroom[45] and the final show held at Turbinenhalle in Oberhausen. While touring Kim, along with Sunny Hill's Seung-ah, made an appearance in South Korean girl group, Fiestar's music video for their debut single, "Vista".

In October 2012, Kim won his first "Best Actor" award at the 18th Korean Musical Awards for his performance as the transcendental existence Der Tod or The Death, a lead role in the Elisabeth, his third musical.[46] He had also received third consecutive "Popular Star Award" at the annual The Musical Awards in June.[47] On Christmas Eve, Kim released a digital single, Thank U For, before holding an all-live concert entitled "2012 XIA Ballad & Musical Concert with Orchestra" on the 29th. The concert featured ballads from his album as well as OST songs and a few pieces from his previous musicals, accompanied by an orchestra during the whole show.[48] By the end of 2012, Kim has sold almost 200,000 copies of Tarantallegra and Uncommitted combined, becoming one of the year's highest selling solo artists on South Korea's record chart Gaon.

On February 25, 2013, Kim (as JYJ) was invited to perform at South Korea's current president Park Geun-hye's inauguration ceremony held at the National Assembly Building’s Center Plaza, in front of more than 70,000 people.[49] Two months later, Kim took the stage for JYJ's three days concert, "The Return of JYJ", held at the Tokyo Dome. The sold-out concert marks the first time JYJ had been able to perform in Japan after the contract with their former Japanese management agency Avex ended in 2010.

Incredible, Kim's second Korean studio album, was released in July 2013. Its lead track, "Incredible", was made by Bruce 'Automatic' Vanderveer,[50] who he collaborated with on his first English single. Prior to the album release, Kim unveiled a digital single which will serve as pre-release track, called "11AM". On the 15th, he held a solo showcase at UNIQLO AX Hall in Seoul to commemorate the official release of Incredible.[51] His second headlining concert tour began the following week with its first stop in Bangkok, Thailand.

Junsu later held a solo tour in Japan, called the “2014 XIA The Best Ballad Spring Tour Concert in Japan," starting in Tokyo on May 13-15 and then heading to Osaka on May 22-24. The poster for the concert was released early April.[52]

Philanthropy[edit]

Kim and his fans have been working closely with Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) Korea since 2008. ADRA Korea is a major welfare organization that was established through the UN in 1997. As reported in 2009, ADRA Korea had begun building houses and improving living conditions for their ‘Repair and Improvement’ project in underprivileged regions of Cambodia. The cause received much help from Kim and his fans who donated money to the organization the previous year. The fan club members decided to give a thoughtful present by collecting donations and giving a fraction of it to ADRA Korea. Although Kim is unknown to the people residing there, the village has been named ‘Xiah Junsu Village’ because of the generous donation.[53] As ‘Xiah Junsu Village’ had attracted a lot of attention, this project is expanded to other areas, including Pursat, for the purpose of creating safer living conditions for the impoverished children of Cambodia. Kim had also worked for ‘Habitat for Humanity’ project, a cause supported by ADRA Korea as well.[54] The project aims to improve the environment of disadvantageous neighborhoods for people living in city of Dangjin. As of June 2013,[55] eight houses had been built for the handicapped and elderly living alone in Dangjin area as well as other people in poor living conditions, including a multicultural family living in Taean County.

Kim is ranked as the #1 celebrity for Happy Energy, an online donation campaign launched by Naver.[56] He helps the Jirani children's choir from Kenya, Africa, to support the Jirani Arts School where children will continue to learn music. He stated that people can find inspiration and love through music, and wants to help create a music school in Kenya.

In December 2011, it was revealed that with the help of Kim, a school had been built in the small village of Vealvong in rural region of Pursat Province, Cambodia.[57] The project was made possible through the efforts of Kim's mother who highlighted the dire need of residents living there after her visit to the village. Kim who was moved by the local inhabitants' desire for their children to receive education despite having other pressing needs, decided to shoulder the construction costs for a new school building in Pursat. The school building was finished after 5 months of construction, made up of six classrooms, separate rooms for special programs, restrooms and clean water supply facilities.[57] About 200 children start studying there for free, and an additional 100 are expected to enter soon.

As a soccer enthusiast and captain of the South Korean celebrities soccer team FC MEN (includes actors and idols such as Kim Hyun-Joong, B2ST‘s Doo-joon, Kikwang, Yo-seob, 2AM‘s Jin-woon, Seoul-ong, Kara's Nicole as the only female, also their team manager and other entertainers), Kim and his team have participated in various charity matches. [58][59]

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Year Album details Chart positions Sales
KOR
[60]
JPN
[61]
2012 Tarantallegra 1 9
  • KOR: 130,800[62]
  • JPN: 19,000
2013 Incredible 2
Musical December 2013 with Kim Junsu
  • Released: 18 December 2013
  • Label: C-JeS Entertainment
  • Distributor: MUSIC&NEW
  • Language: Korean
  • Formats: CD, Digital Download

N/A

Singles[edit]

Release Title Peak Chart Positions Sales Notes
Gaon Physical Albums Chart
[64]
Gaon
Digital Singles Chart
[65]
Oricon Singles Chart
[66]
Billboard Japan Hot 100
[67]
Billboard K-Pop Hot 100
[68]
Korea Japan
2010 Xiah
  • Triple A-side release.
  • Released: 26 May 2010
  • Label: Rhythm Zone (RZCD-46562)
  • Language: Japanese
  • Formats: CD, Digital download
- - 2 4 - 225,000+[66]
  • 195,000 units sold in its first week.
    (becoming the biggest first week sales of the year by a solo artist)[69]
  • Placed 28th on the Oricon Yearly Single Ranking.[70]
2012 Uncommitted
  • Released: 27 August 2012
  • Label: C-JeS Entertainment
  • Language: English
  • Formats: CD
1 - - - - 60,000+[60]
  • First single under the stage name XIA.
Thank U For
  • Released: 24 December 2012
  • Label: C-JeS Entertainment
  • Language: Korean
  • Formats: Digital download
- 9 - - 24
  • Released as a Christmas present for fans.
2013 11am
  • Released: 1 July 2013
  • Label: C-JeS Entertainment / LOEN Entertainment
  • Language: Korean
  • Formats: Digital download
- 16 - - 27
  • Pre-release track off second album Incredible.
Serendipity (스치다)
  • Released: 12 December 2013
  • Label: C-JeS Entertainment / MUSIC&NEW
  • Language: Korean
  • Formats: Digital download
- - - - -
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Other appearances[edit]

Release Title Notes Album
2006 "All Rise" Sung live on TVXQ's first Korean live album. 1st Live Concert Rising Sun
"Timeless" (Zhang Liyin feat. Xiah) Zhang Liyin's debut single. I Will
"Beautiful Thing" Solo insert song for the TVXQ-starring Korean drama Vacation. Vacation OST
2007 "My Page" Sung live on TVXQ's second Korean live album. 2nd Asia Tour Concert "O"
"조개껍질 묶어" (Tie Clam Shells) Sung with BoA, Changmin, Lina, Sunday, Ryeo Wook, Ye Sung 2007 Summer SMTown – Fragile
"Anyband" Samsung's Anycall series featuring Junsu, BoA, Tablo, Jin Bora Samsung Anycall CF
2008 "Rainy Night" Solo song on TVXQ's 19th Japanese single, part of Tohoshinki's "TRICK" project. "If.../Rainy Night" (single)
"소원" (Wish) Sung with Changmin, Ryeo Wook, Kyu Hyun Mirotic (versions C&D)
2009 "Xiahtic" Sung live on TVXQ's third Korean live album. 3rd Asia Concert "Mirotic"
2010 Solo song on TVXQ's 29th Japanese single. "Break Out!" (single)
"君がいれば ~Beautiful Love~" Used as the theme song to BeeTV's <Beautiful Love ~君がいれば~>, starring JYJ member Yoochun Xiah (solo single)
"悲しみのゆくえ" (The Whereabouts of Sadness) Used as the theme song for the Japanese drama 5年後のラブレター (A Love Letter 5 Years From Now?)
"Too Love" Insert song for the drama Sungkyunkwan Scandal, starring JYJ member Yoochun Sungkyunkwan Scandal OST
2011 "You Are So Beautiful" Sung by Junsu as a singer by the same name in Scent of a Woman Scent of a Woman OST (Part 2)
2012 "사랑이 싫다구요" (I Don’t Like Love) Solo insert song for the drama Rooftop Prince, starring JYJ member Yoochun Rooftop Prince OST
"사랑은 눈꽃처럼" (Love is Like a Snowflake) First part of the original soundtrack for the drama The Innocent Man The Innocent Man OST
2013 "바보 가슴" (Foolish Heart) Solo insert song for the drama The Fugitive of Joseon The Fugitive of Joseon OST
사랑합니다 (Saranghamnida)[71] OST song of the drama Empress Ki Empress Ki OST Part 3

Composing and songwriting[edit]

Year Role Song Language Album
2006 Composer "네 곁에 숨쉴 수 있다면" Korean "O"-Jung.Ban.Hap.
2007 "My Page" Korean 2nd Asia Tour Concert "O"
Lyricist "Daydream" Korean Anyband (single)
2008 Composer "Rainy Night" Japanese "If.../Rainy Night" (single)
Lyricist "노을..바라보다" Korean Mirotic
2009 Composer; Lyricist "Xiahtic" (feat. Key of Shinee) Korean 3rd Asia Concert "Mirotic"
2010 Japanese "Break Out!" (single)
"Intoxication" Japanese Xiah (solo single)
Composer "I Can Soar" English The Beginning
2011 "Mission" Korean Their Rooms "Our Story" (music essay)
Composer; Lyricist "Fallen Leaves" Korean
Lyricist "You're" Korean In Heaven
2012 Composer; Arranger "Sunset" Korean Tarantallegra
"Tarantallegra" (feat. Flowsik of Aziatix)
"돌고 돌아도"
Composer; Lyricist "Set Me Free" (feat. Bizzy)
"Lullaby" (feat. 개코 Of Dynamic Duo)
"이슬을 머금은 나무"
Composer, Lyricist; Arranger "Intoxication"
"Breath" (feat. Double K)
Lyricist "Fever"
2013 Composer "Rainy Eyes" Korean Incredible
Lyricist "Incredible"
"Turn It Up" (feat. Dok2)
Composer; Lyricist "나지금고백한다" (feat. Gilme)
"이노래웃기지"

Music videos[edit]

Year Song Album Notes
2010 "Intoxication" Xiah (single)
2012 "Tarantallegra" Tarantallegra
  • Directed by Ray Yeom
"Tarantallegra" (Dance Ver.)
"Uncommitted" Uncommitted (single)
"알면서도"
(Even though I already know)
Tarantallegra
  • Showed for the first time at XIA 1st World Tour Concert's wrap-up show in Oberhausen, Germany
2013 "11시 그 적당함"(11AM) Incredible
  • Sung lived[72] and filmed in one take[73]
"Incredible" Incredible
  • Feat. Quincy Brown[74]
  • Shot in Beverly Hills.

DVDs[edit]

Release Title Details Track listing
2011 Kim Junsu Musical Concert, Levay with Friends
2012 XIA 1st Asia Tour Concert - Tarantallegra
2013 2012 XIA Ballad & Musical Concert with Orchestra

Concert and Tours[edit]

Year Concert Dates Venue
2010 Kim Junsu Musical Concert, Levay with Friends
  • 07 October
  • 08 October
  • 09 October
  • 10 October
2012 XIA 1st World Tour Concert
  • 19 May
  • 20 May
  • 27 May
  • 16 June
  • 23 June
  • 7 July
  • 26 August
  • 30 August
  • 2 September
  • 6 September
  • 8 September
  • 10 September
  • 30 November
2012 XIA Ballad & Musical Concert with Orchestra
  • 29 December
  • 30 December
  • 31 December
  • Seoul, South Korea (Seoul COEX Hall D)
  • Seoul, South Korea (Seoul COEX Hall D)
  • Seoul, South Korea (Seoul COEX Hall D)
2013 XIA 2nd Asia Tour Concert INCREDIBLE
  • 20 July
  • 28 July
  • 3 August
  • 4 August
  • 10 August
  • 11 August
  • 28 September
  • 8 October
  • 9 October
  • 10 October
  • 14 October
  • 15 October
  • 16 October
2013 XIA Ballad & Musical Concert with Orchestra vol.2
  • 30 December
  • 31 December
2014 2014 The Best Ballad Spring Tour Concert in Japan
  • 13 May
  • 14 May
  • 15 May
  • 22 May
  • 23 May
  • 24 May

Musicals[edit]

Year
Title Role Notes
2010 Mozart! Wolfgang Mozart
2011 Tears of Heaven Junhyung
  • The musical production derived from singer Jo Sungmo's music video for the song "Do You Know" (2000).
Mozart! Wolfgang Mozart
2012 - 2013 Elisabeth Tod (Death)
  • Had his 1st performance on February 8 and finished his first run on May 2, 2012.
  • Returned as Tod from August 14 to September 4, 2013 for the musical's second run.
2013 December Jiwook
  • A jukebox musical built around the music of the late South Korean folk rock singer Kim Kwang-seok.
2014 Dracula Count Dracula

Filmography[edit]

TV appearances[edit]

Year Title Role Network
2006 Banjun Theater (Korean: 반전드라마) Himself SBS
Vacation (Korean: 베케이션)
2008 Family Outing (Korean: 패밀리가 떴다) Guest, season 1 ep. 17 & 18 SBS
Intimate Note (Korean: 절친노트) Guest, season 1 ep. 3 SBS
Introducing A Star's Friend (Korean: 스타의 친구를 소개합니다) Guest, season 1 ep. 23 MBC
Immortal Music Classics (Korean: 불후의 명곡) Guest, season 1 pilot episode KBS2
2011 Scent of a Woman (Korean: 여인의 향기) Himself (cameo) ep. 5 SBS

Narration[edit]

Year Title Note Network
2013 The Zoo is Alive Animal documentary MBC

Music video appearances[edit]

Awards[edit]

Year Awards Category Work Result
2010 4th The Musical Awards Best New Actor Mozart! Won[28]
Most Popular Actor
16th Korea Musical Awards Best New Actor Won[27]
Most Popular Actor
2010 Golden Ticket Awards Ticket Power Award - Musical Actor Won[75]
2011 5th The Musical Awards Best Actor Tears of Heaven Nominated
Most Popular Actor Won[37]
17th Korea Musical Awards Most Popular Actor Won[39]
3rd Asia Jewelry Awards World K-POP Superstar Award Won[40]
2011 Golden Ticket Awards Ticket Power Award - Musical Actor Mozart! & Tears of Heaven Nominated
2012 6th The Musical Awards Best Actor Elisabeth Nominated
Most Popular Actor Won[47]
18th Korea Musical Awards Best Actor Won[76]
Most Popular Actor Won[77]
2012 Golden Ticket Awards Ticket Power Award - Musical Actor Won[78]
Ticket Power Award - Local Concert Musician XIA 1st Asia Tour Concert In Seoul &
2012 XIA Ballad & Musical Concert with Orchestra
Popularity Award
2012 SFCC Awards
(The Seoul Foreign Correspondents’ Club Awards)
Raising Awareness of Korea Overseas - Singer Tarantallegra & XIA 1st World Tour Concert Won[79]
2013 1st Yin Yue Tai V-Chart Awards Best Korean Male Artist Uncommitted Won[80]
19th Korea Musical Awards Most Popular Star Elisabeth Won[81]
2013 Golden Ticket Awards Ticket Power Award - Local Concert (Musician) XIA 2nd Asia Tour Concert INCREDIBLE &
2013 XIA Ballad & Musical Concert with Orchestra
Nominated
Ticket Power Award - Musical Actor Elisabeth & December Nominated
Popularity Award Elisabeth & December Won[82]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kim, Junsu (23 January 2006). KM News. (Interview). We Want to Know TVXQ!. KMTV. South Korea. 
  2. ^ a b c "TVXQ to Stick Together Despite Legal Dispute". The Korea Times. 3 August 2009. 
  3. ^ a b "ジュンス、ジェジュン、ユチョンによる新ユニット结成!". Rhythm Zone (in Japanese). 14 April 2010. 
  4. ^ a b "東方神起・ジュンスがソロ活動を開始". Oricon (in Japanese). Oricon Style. 5 April 2010. 
  5. ^ a b K-Pop Stars Taking Korean Musicals on Asian Tour. Chosun Ilbo. 17 June 2011.
  6. ^ "JYJ Kim Junsu rewrites K-pop history with his world tour". Asiatoday. 21 July 2012. 
  7. ^ "Junsu releases his 2nd solo album 'Incredible'!". Allkpop. 14 July 2013. Retrieved 2013-04-15. 
  8. ^ "SM Entertainment impeded JYJ’s promo activities: Korea Fair Trade Commission". 24 July 2013. 
  9. ^ "JYJ wins battle with SM Entertainment". The Korea Times. 24 July 2013. Retrieved 2013-07-24. 
  10. ^ "동방신기 김준수 뮤지컬, 20분만에 전석 매진 ‘티켓파워 과시’". Newsen (in Korean). 1 September 2010. 
  11. ^ "시아준수, 티켓파워 여전 :: 네이버 뉴스" (in Korean). 
  12. ^ "JYJ 김준수, 뮤지컬 '엘리자벳' 합류 '초고속 티켓 매진 한 번 더?'" Nate News. 28 October 2011 (Korean)
  13. ^ "JYJ 김준수, 티켓파워 34억! '포스트 조승우'" Sports Hankook. 21 February 2012 (Korean)
  14. ^ Hong, Grace Danbi (6 June 2012). "JYJ’s Kim Junsu Takes a Snapshot with Twin, Juno". enewsWorld. CJ E&M. Retrieved 11 June 2012. 
  15. ^ Lee, Nancy (18 May 2012). "Super Junior’s Sungmin Reveals He Almost Debuted with JYJ’s Junsu". enewsWorld. CJ E&M. Retrieved 20 May 2012. 
  16. ^ a b "TVXQ singers of the popular nuclear blast" (in Korean). 13 May 2004. 
  17. ^ "Zhang Liyin and Xiah, Their Duet". Newsen (in Korean). 9 September 2006. 
  18. ^ "Xiah Junsu: "Even When First Meeting BoA 6 Years Ago, She Stood Out"". Donga Ilbo (in Korean) (DongA Ilbo Co.). 7 November 2007. 
  19. ^ "Xiah Junsu-Tablo: "At First, We Didn't Believe We Were Cast for 'AnyBand'"". Donga Ilbo (in Korean) (DongA Ilbo Co.). 7 November 2007. 
  20. ^ "TVXQ Feuds With SM Entertainment". The Korea Times. 2 August 2009. 
  21. ^ "Is TVXQ Headed for Breakup?". KBS World. 3 August 2009. Archived from the original on 5 January 2010. 
  22. ^ Park, HyunMin; Erika Kim (28 November 2012). "SM and JYJ Put an End to Their Long, Winding Legal Suit". enewsWorld. CJ E&M. Retrieved 5 December 2012. 
  23. ^ Lee, Tae Ho (28 November 2012). "JYJ, SM Come to Agreement Regarding Exclusive Contract Issue". 10 Asia. Retrieved 5 December 2012. 
  24. ^ "Retro Dance Queen Bae Seul Ki 'TVXQ Woman'". Hankooki (in Korean). 3 March 2006. 
  25. ^ "TVXQ, Theater Actors". Star Money (in Korean). 4 July 2006. 
  26. ^ "시아준수 티켓파워 무섭네! 뮤지컬 ‘모차르트’ 예매 폭주 ‘서버다운’". Newsen (in Korean). 14 January 2010. 
  27. ^ a b "Xiah Junsu picks up award at 16th Korea Musical Awards". allkpop. 18 August 2010.
  28. ^ a b "제4회 더 뮤지컬 어워즈 ‘시상식은 또 하나의 공연!’ Nate News. 8 June 2010 (Korean)
  29. ^ "東方神起新ユニット、デビュー作が初日首位". Oricon (in Japanese). Oricon Style. 9 September 2010. 
  30. ^ Lee, Woo-young (23 September 2010). "Three members of TVXQ face setback in Japan". The Korean Herald (Park Haeng-hwan). 
  31. ^ "시아준수 뮤지컬 콘서트 개최 ‘모차르트’ 영광 재현할까". Newsen (in Korean). 30 August 2010. 
  32. ^ Jin, Jang Kyung "Meet Xiah Junsu and Kim Junsu at his musical concert" 10 Asia. 28 September 2010.
  33. ^ Jin, Jang Kyung "Kim Jun-su stars in 2nd musical "Tears of Heaven" - Part 1" 10 Asia. 14 December 2010.
  34. ^ Jin, Jang Kyung "Kim Junsu stars in 2nd musical "Tears of Heaven" - Part 2" 10 Asia. 14 December 2010.
  35. ^ "JYJ kicks off their "JYJ World Tour Concert" in Thailand". allkpop. 4 April 2011. 
  36. ^ "김준수ㆍ조정은 제5회 더 뮤지컬 어워즈 홍보대사 선정" otr (our theater review) (Korean)
  37. ^ a b "‘천국의눈물’ 김준수+윤공주 남녀인기상 휩쓸어(더뮤지컬어워즈)" Newsen. 7 June 2011 (Korean)
  38. ^ "JYJ, 이달 국내 컴백… 6일 준수·송지효 뮤비 공개 :: 네이버 뉴스" (in Korean). 
  39. ^ a b Hong, Lucia ""Sherlock Holmes" wins big at 17th Korea Musical Awards" 10 Asia. 15 November 2011.
  40. ^ a b "World Star Award winners of ‘Jewelry Awards’ – Jang Geunseok and JYJ Kim Junsu" Nate News. 6 December 2011 (Korean)
  41. ^ "JYJ 김준수, 솔로 출격 JYJ Kim Junsu, Solo Debut" Daum. 16 April 2012 (Korean)
  42. ^ "JYJ ジュンス、5月に初のソロアルバム JYJ Kim Junsu To Release First Solo Album In May" Chosun online. 16 April 2012 (Korean)
  43. ^ "솔로 김준수, 북미·유럽 등 ′월드투어′ 확정…″신화를 쓰다″ Asiatoday. 16 July 2012 (Korean)
  44. ^ "XIA Junsu To Embark On World Tour″ KBS Global. 16 July 2012
  45. ^ "JYJ's Junsu Announces North & South America Tour Dates". Billboard Korea. Retrieved 26 July 2012. 
  46. ^ "Kim Jun-su, Ock Joo-hyun Take Top Honors at Musical Awards". The Chosun Ilbo. Retrieved 30 Oct 2012. 
  47. ^ a b "김준수, 뮤지컬★ 자리매김..'인기스타상' 수상" Nate. 4 June 2012 (Korean)
  48. ^ Stewart Ho (5 December 2012). "JYJ’s Kim Junsu Sells Out All 21,000 Concert Seats". enewsworld. CJ E&M. Retrieved 2013-01-05. 
  49. ^ "K-pop stars Psy, JYJ to perform at presidential inauguration ceremony". The Korea Herald. The Korea Herald. 24 February 2013. Retrieved 2013-02-25. 
  50. ^ "Exclusive GRAMMY.com Interview With Xia Junsu". GRAMMY.com. 19 July 2013. Retrieved 2013-04-19. 
  51. ^ "JYJ 김준수 "4년 만의 카메라 워크 설레고 재밌다"". news1. 15 July 2013. Retrieved 2013-04-19. 
  52. ^ "JYJ’s Junsu Is One with Nature in Latest Japan Solo Tour Poster". Soompi. 2014-07-05. Retrieved 2014-07-05. 
  53. ^ "시아준수, 캄보디아에 이름 딴 마을 생겼다" Nate News. 4 December 2009 (Korean)
  54. ^ "JYJ 준수, 남몰래 '사랑의 집짓기' 선행" Nate News. 3 December 2010 (Korean)
  55. ^ "김준수 8번째 ‘사랑의 집짓기’ 결실 ... 천사시아 인증" Today Korea 14 June 2013(Korean)
  56. ^ "Happy Energy" (in Korean). 
  57. ^ a b "캄보디아에 '시아준수 학교' 건립돼 :: 네이버 뉴스" (in Korean). 
  58. ^ "JYJ 김준수 "축구도 하고 기부도 해요" 선행하는 훈남" TV Daily 28 February 2011 (Korean)
  59. ^ "김준수-김현중 소속 FC MEN, 친선 경기서 4대3 으로 승리" TV Daily. 28 February 2011 (Korean)
  60. ^ a b "Gaon Chart". Gaon Chart (in Korean). Korea Music Content Industry Association. 
  61. ^ "Oricon Weekly Chart" (in Japanese). 
  62. ^ "Gaon Album Chart for June 2012". Gaon Chart. 11 July 2012.
  63. ^ "Gaon Album Chart - July 2013". Gaon Chart (in Korean). Korea Music Content Industry Association. Retrieved August 8, 2013. 
  64. ^ "Gaon Physical Albums Chart". Gaon Chart (in Korean). Korea Music Content Industry Association. 
  65. ^ "Gaon Digital Singles Chart". Gaon Chart (in Korean). Korea Music Content Industry Association. 
  66. ^ a b "オリコンランキング情報サービス「you大樹」". Oricon (in Japanese).  (subscription only)
  67. ^ "Hot 100|JAPAN Charts|Billboard JAPAN" (in Japanese). Billboard. 
  68. ^ "Korea K-Pop Hot 100". Billboard. 
  69. ^ "東方神起ジュンス、2010年ソロアーティスト1位の初週20万枚" (in Japanese). Oricon. 1 June 2010. 
  70. ^ "年間ランキング特集 シングル、2010年" (in Japanese). Oricon. 20 December 2010. 
  71. ^ "기황후 OST Part 3" (in koreai). Naver Music. Retrieved 2013-12-20. 
  72. ^ "JYJ’s Kim Junsu Releases Teaser for ’11 AM’". enewsWorld. CJ E&M. 28 June 2013. Retrieved 2013-06-28. 
  73. ^ "JYJ’s Kim Junsu Gets Emotional in ‘11AM’ MV". enewsWorld. CJ E&M. 7 July 2013. Retrieved 2013-07-02. 
  74. ^ "JYJ′s Kim Junsu to Collaborate with P. Diddy′s Son Quincy Brown". enewsWorld. CJ E&M. 11 July 2013. Retrieved 2013-07-11. 
  75. ^ "Xiah Junsu and Ock Joo-hyun ranked top musical stars of 2010" .The Hankyoreh. 8 January 2011.
  76. ^ " 남우주연상 김준수, '동방신기 시아준수'가 '뮤지컬 배우'로 인정받은 이유" sports.chosun. 29 October 2012.
  77. ^ "The 18th Korea Musical Awards winners" (in Korean).Nate News. 29 October 2012.
  78. ^ "JYJ 김준수 티켓파워 1위 뮤지컬-콘서트 2개 부문 1위 올킬" Nate News. 7 January 2013.
  79. ^ "김준수 외신홍보상 수상 "의미있는 상 기쁘다" 소감" Nate News. 8 December 2012.
  80. ^ "김준수, 中 음악시상식서 한국 최우수 남자 가수상 수상" Nate News. 14 April 2013.
  81. ^ "조승우 김준수 옥주현 김소현, 인기스타상 수상 “준수야 고마워” 왜?(19th 한국뮤지컬대상)" TV Report. 7 October 2013.
  82. ^ "2013 공연계 최고의 티켓파워는 조용필·정성화·옥주현" Metro. 1 January 2014.

External links[edit]