JYJ’s Junsu To Have Surprise Duet Stage With Jeong Sun Ah In Japan Solo Concert

JYJ’s Junsu is planning to invite Jeong Sun Ah as a guest in his first Japan ‘Musical & Ballad Concert’ for a duet performance.

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C-JeS Entertainment revealed, “In the ‘2014 XIA THE BEST BALLAD SPRING TOUR CONCERT IN JAPAN’ that will be held in Tokyo and Osaka in May, Kim Junsu and actress Jeong Sun Ah will embellish one performance. Jeong, taking an active role in Mozart!, Jekyll & Hyde, Aida and Wicked, has been gaining awareness and will stand with Kim for a duet stage after 4 years.”

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Kim and Jeong had appeared together in Musical Mozart! in 2010, and both had received the ‘Male and Female Popularity Awards’ in the same year’s ‘The Musical Awards’ and ‘Korea Musical Awards’. These two individuals who will stand on a same stage after 4 years are expected to elevate the anticipation of Japanese audience.

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A spokesperson revealed, “Nowadays, Korean musicals that have caliber actors and high degree of completion are beginning to receive attention from Japan. Since she performed in various overseas licensed works, Jeong is expected to be the leading role of the third musical hallyu generation and she attracts people’s attention for the upcoming duet stage with Kim.”

Kim Junsu will meet 36,000 fans in Tokyo’s Yoyogi National Gymnasium from May 13 to 15, 33,000 fans in Osaka’s Osaka-jō Hall from May 22 to 24, and to show the best ballad concert for a total of 70,000 fans.

SEE ALSO: JYJ’s Junsu Unveils New Promotional Photos For Japan Solo Performance

Photos courtesy of C-JeS Entertainment

[Article is translated by Judith and Jewel from All About Cassiopeia. Any copying, republication or redistribution content other than for personal uses is expressly prohibited.]

This article originally published at EDaily here.

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