60,000 Fans Attend JYJ’s Junsu Ballad Spring Tour Concert In Japan

JYJ’s Junsu has captured the hearts of Japanese fans with his musical-concept concert.


On May 25, C-JeS Entertainment expressed that Junsu proved his high popularity through his sold out concert of the ‘2014 XIA THE BEST BALLAD SPRING TOUR CONCERT IN JAPAN’, with 33,000 seating on 13th to 15th May Tokyo Show and 30,000 on 22nd to 24th May Osaka Show.

In addition, the concert this time around, its stage has an even deeper meaning as musical numbers which Junsu played in, could be heard. The show ended with a great success, and regular musical viewers praised and complimented the show, “The standard of the stage was high.”

Junsu sang various ballads like numbers from the musicals he once cast in (Mozart!, Elisabeth, December), I Love You, You Are So Beautiful, and also songs for his Japan activities like Kanashimi no Yukue and Story. He also sang This is the moment from the musical Jekyll and Hyde upon audience’s request during his concert highlight “Genie Time”.

Junsu put up a dramatic show of numbers and ballads from musicals he cast in, and also songs for dramas, in front of 60,000 fans for his Tokyo and Osaka concert. With the forming of orchestra and band, performing on a musical-like live stage, appealing to the audience with his charm as a musical actor, the concert was basked in the enthusiastic cheers from the audience.

The authorised personnel for Japan’s show has expressed that the audience were impressed by the stage which was packed with Junsu’s various charm. This concert not only showcased Junsu’s well-balanced for his dance and ballad songs as a singer, but also his unique personality and wide difference in ability even in the fields of musical.

Junsu will return to the musical stage for a period of around 4 months in July for the musical DRACULA.

Photo courtesy of C-JeS Entertainment

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

This article originally published at JYJ Japan Official Website here.

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