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XIA (JYJ)

Weight: 60 kg
Height: 178 cm
Real name: 김준수 / Kim Joon Soo
Date of Birth: December 15, 1986

XIA (JYJ)

About XIA (JYJ)

XIA (JYJ) Facts

  • Group K-Pop JYJ (2010-Present)
    • Position: Lead Vocalist and Dancer.
  • Ex-K-Pop Group: TVXQ (2003-2009)
  • Education
    • Myongji University
  • Hobbies: Playing piano, soccer, composing and singing
  • Specialties: Singing and Dancing
  • Official Debut: 26-12-03 BoA and Britney Spears Showcase (TVXQ )
  • Instruments Piano
  • Religion: Christian (Adventist)
  • His date of birth is recorded as January 01, 1987
  • Junsu took modeling classes in his apprentice days before his debut.
  • In 1999, he auditioned for S.M Entertainment, through the Starlight Casting System.
  • For the first half of this year 2011, among the top 5 musicals in Korea that attracted foreign visitors, Kim Junsu with “Mozart” and “Tears Of Heaven” took 1st and 3rd place respectively.
  • Kim Junsu leads FC MEN, a fairly new soccer team formed by many celebrities including singers, comedians, and models together intend to actively participate in social contribution activities.
  • Before Kim Jaejoong enlisted in the army, JYJ went on a rest trip. They did games and missions, in one of them they each had to sing a song and move the staff, when it was Junsu’s turn, Park Yoochun mentioned that only he has made him cry when he hears him sing, according to Yoochun: Junsu always sings with a lot of feeling.
  • When Jaejoong was in the army and had a few days off, he met with the members. Both he and Yoochun were serving except for Junsu, because of this, when they met to eat, they made him pay for dinner because Junsu was supposedly the only one working. The funny thing is that Jaejoong made a reservation at a fancy restaurant and with Yoochun they ordered a big bottle of wine which Junsu did not drink, as he does not drink alcohol. Junsu told this anecdote in one of his concerts.
  • On Jan. 1, 2016, it was confirmed that Junsu was in a relationship with singer Hani of the female group EXID who have been meeting and dating since June 2015 and have officially formalized their relationship. According to reports Junsu and Hani have been fans of each other for quite some time, and the admiration turned into a closer relationship as the two got to know each other.
  • On Sept. 13, 2016, his agency confirmed that his relationship with Hani was over.
  • On February 09, 2017, he officially started his military service. For 4 weeks he will be training at Nonsan Army Center and then he will be placed at a police station in Gyeonggi Province as a police officer.
  • He made a commercial for the police, and participated in many events during his service.
  • He completed his military service on November 05, 2018.
  • On November 9, 2021, C-JeS Entertainment officially announced that the singer had left the agency after the expiration of his contract.

About Xia Junsu

The first member to pass the audition, in which the participants were divided into several groups to hone their talent, was Kim Junsu. Junsu liked to sing in his hometown church, and when he was just 12 years old, he was chosen as the winner of a TV talent show judged by Moon Hee Jun and Kangta of H.O.T. Junsu won the opportunity to perfect his talent for the next six years, until he finally debuted as Xiah Junsu. Xiah was the stage name he chose since it is an abbreviation of Asia, ‘Sia’ pronounced in English, which represented his desire to conquer the entire continent.

XIA (JYJ) Collaborations

  • PSY (feat. Xiah Junsu) – Dream (2015)
  • Zhang Li Yin – #1 Timeless (feat. Xiah Junsu), #5 Timeless (feat. Xiah) (Ver. China) (Sep 08, 2006)

Concerts/Tours

  • Xiah Junsu Music Concert “Levay With Friends” 2010
    • 07, 08, 09 & 10 October – Seoul, South Korea – Olympic Gymnastics Arena
  • Xiah Junsu 1st Tour Concert “Tarantallegra” 2012
    • may 19 and 20 – Seoul, South Korea – Jamsil Indoor Stadium
    • May 27 – Bangkok, Thailand – Royal Paragon Hall
    • June 16 – Jakarta, Indonesia – Jitec
    • June 23 – Taipei, Taiwan – National Taiwan University Sports Center
    • July 07 – Shanghai, China – Shanghai International Gymnastics Centre
    • august 26 – Hong Kong, China – Hong Kong Convention And Exhibition Centre
    • 30 August – New York, USA – Hammerstein Ballroom
    • 02 September – Los Angeles, USA – Hollywood Palladium
    • 06 September – Mexico – Blackberry Auditorium
    • 08 September – Sao Paulo, Brazil – Victory Space
    • 10 September – Santiago, Chile – Cuapolican Theatre
    • 30 November – Oberhausen, Germany – Turbine Hall
  • Xia Junsu Ballad & Music Concert “Orchestra” 2012
    • 29, 30 & 31 December – Seoul, South Korea – Coex Hall
  • Xia Junsu 2nd Asia Tour “Incredible” 2013
    • July 20 – Bangkok, Thailand – Siam Paragon Hall
    • July 28 – Shanghai, China – Mercedes Benz Cultural Center
    • 03 and 04 August – Seoul, South Korea – Coex Hall
    • august 10 and 11 – Busan, South Korea – Bexco
    • 28 September – Sydney, Australia – Big Ding Theater
    • 08, 09 and 10 October – Nagoya, Japan – Nippon Gaishi Hall
    • 14, 15 and 16 October – Yokohama, Japan – Yokohama Arena
  • Xiah Junsu Ballad & Musical Concert With “Orchestra Vol.2” 2013
    • december 30 and 31 – Seoul, South Korea – Jamsil Indoor Stadium
  • Xiah Junsu “The Best Ballad” Spring Tour Concert In Japan 2014
    • May 13, 14 and 15 – Tokyo – Yoyogi High School
    • May 22, 23 and 24 – Osaka – Osaka – Japan Osaka Jo Hall
  • Xiah Junsu Ballad & Musical Concert With “Orchestra Vol.3” 2014
    • december 30 and 31 – Seoul, South Korea – Jamsil Indoor Gymnasium
  • Xiah Junsu 3rd Asia Tour Concert “Flower” 2015
    • 03, 04 and 05 March – Osaka, Japan – Osaka Jo Hall
    • 07 and 08 March – Seoul, South Korea – Jamsil Indoor Stadium
    • 14 March – Shanghai, China – Shanghai Grand Stage
    • March 21 – Bangkok, Thailand – Siam Paragon Hall
    • march 24, 25 and 26 – Tokyo, Japan – Yoyogi High School
    • march 31 – Fukuoka, Japan – Fukuoka Sun Palace
    • 07 and 08 April – Nagoya, Japan – Nippon Gaishi Hall
    • 18 and 19 April – Seoul, South Korea – Jamsil Indoor Stadium
  • Xiah Junsu 4th Asia Tour Concert “Yesterday” 2015
    • 24 and 25 October – Yokohama, Japan – Yokohama Arena
    • 07 and 08 November – Seoul, South Korea – Jamsil Indoor Stadium
    • 28 and 29 November – Nagoya, Japan – Nippon Gaishi Hall
    • 04 December – Taipei, Taiwan – Nangang Exhibition Hall
  • Xiah Junsu Ballad & Musical Concert With “Orchestra Vol.4” 2015
    • 29, 30 & 31 December – Seoul, South Korea – Jamsil Indoor Stadium
  • Xiah Junsu “The Best Ballad” Spring Tour Concert In Japan Vol.2 2016
    • march 15 and 16 – Nagoya – Nippon Gaishi Hall
    • march 30 and 31 – Tokyo – Tokyo International Convention Center
  • Xiah Junsu 5th Asia Tour “Xignature” 2016
    • june 11 and 12 – Seoul, South Korea – Olympic Gymnastics Arena
    • 18 and 19 June – Nagoya, Japan – Nippon Gaishi Hall
    • June 30 – Kobe, Japan – Kobe World Memorial Hall
    • 01 and 02 July – Kobe, Japan – Kobe World Memorial Hall
    • 05 and 06 July – Yokohama, Japan – Yokohama Arena
    • July 16 – Guangzhou, China – Guangzhou International Perfoming Arts Center
    • July 23 – Bangkok, Thailand – Thunder Dome
    • July 30 – Shanghai, China – Shanghai Grand Stage
    • 06 August – Hong Kong, China – Asia World Expo Arena
  • Xiah Junsu Ballad & Musical Concert With “Orchestra Vol.5” 2016
    • 09, 10 & 11 December – Seoul, South Korea – Jamsil Indoor Stadium
    • 13, 14 and 15 December – Saitama, Japan – Saitama Super Arena
    • 26 and 27 December – Osaka, Japan – Osaka Jo Hall

XIA (JYJ) Drama

  • Introverted Boss (tvN, 2017) cameo
  • Scent of a Woman (SBS, 2011) cameo
  • Vacation (2006)
  • Banjun Drama (SBS, 2005)

XIA (JYJ) Advertisement

  • 2013: M-LIMITED by MILLET
  • 2012: Tony Moly
  • 2012: Penzalq
  • 2012: Mariokart7
  • 2011: LG Electronics Optimus Q2
  • 2011: NII
  • 2010: Nature Republic

XIA (JYJ) Musicals

  • 2022: Death Note
  • 2021: Xcalibur
  • 2021: Dracula
  • 2020: Mozart!
  • 2020: Dracula
  • 2019: Xcalibur
  • 2018: Elisabeth
  • 2017: Death Note
  • 2016: Dorian Gray
  • 2016: Dracula
  • 2015: Death Note
  • 2014: Dracula
  • 2013: Elizabeth
  • 2012: Elisabeth
  • 2011: Mozart (again)
  • 2011: Tears of Heaven
  • 2010: Mozart!

XIA (JYJ) Films

  • Dating on Earth (2009)

XIA (JYJ) TV Programs

  • Sharing House (MBC, 2019)
  • Family Outing (SBS, 2008 – 2010)
  • Immortal Music Classics (KBS2, 2008)
  • Intimate Note (SBS, 2008)

Acknowledgments

YearAward
2010
  • 4th The Musical Awards: Best New Actor Award ( Mozart)
  • 4th The Musical Awards: Popular star award ( Mozart)
  • 16th Korean Musical Awards: Best New Actor Award ( Mozart)
  • 16th Korean Musical Awards: Popular star award ( Mozart)
  • Golden Ticket Awards: Ticket Power Award – Musical Actor ( Mozart)
2011
  • So-Loved Awards: Best Ost Award ( You Are So Beautiful) Scent of a Woman
  • 3rd Asia Jewelry Awards: K-Pop Star in the World Award
  • 17th Korea Musical Awards: Popular star award ( Tears of Heaven)
  • 5th The Musical Awards: Popular star award ( Tears of Heaven)
2012
  • 6th The Musical Awards: Most Popular Actor
  • 18th Korea Musical Awards Best Actor
  • 18th Korea Musical Awards: Most Popular Actor
  • Golden Ticket Awards Ticket Power Award – Musical Actor
  • Golden Ticket Awards Ticket Power Award – Local Concert Musician
  • Golden Ticket Awards Popularity Award
  • SFCC Awards: Raising Awareness of Korea Overseas – Singer
2013
  • 1st Yin Yue Tai V-Chart Awards: Best Korean Male Artist
  • 19th Korea Musical Awards: Most Popular Star
  • Golden Ticket Awards: Popularity Award
2015
  • the 13th KOLSA: 2015 Top Star of the Year Award
  • the 10th Golden Ticket Awards: Best Actor in a Musical, Popularity Award Chosen by Public Vote
  • 25th Seoul Music Awards: Popularity Award
  • Stagetallk Audience Choice Awards: Best Male Musical Actor
2014
  • Stagetallk Audience Choice Awards: Best Male Musical Actor
2016
  • the 25th High One Seoul Music Awards: Popularity Award
  • the 11th Golden Ticket Awards: Popularity Award Chosen by public vote
  • Stagetallk Audience Choice Awards: Best Male Musical Actor
2017
  • Stagetallk Audience Choice Awards: Best Male Musical Actor
2019
  • K-Wave Expo: The Korean Wave Culture Award
  • Stagetalk Audience Choice Awards: Best Actor Award

XIA (JYJ) TV Drama’s

  • I’m Still theme for The Red Sleeve (2021)
  • Still Forever theme for Jinx (2021)
  • Good Bye theme for The Penthouse 3 (2021)
  • Spreads theme for The Nokdu Flower (2019)
  • Road theme for Night Light (2016)
  • Lean on Me theme for Lucky Romance (2016)
  • How Can I Love You theme for Descendants of the Sun (2016)
  • Time Flows By Since It’s You subject for Six Flying Dragons (2015)
  • In The Time That I Loved You theme for Mr. Back (2014)
  • I Love You theme for Empress Ki (2013)
  • Stupid Heart theme for Heaven’s Will: The Fugitive of Joseon (2013)
  • Love is Like Snow theme for Innocent Man (2012)
  • You Are So Beautiful theme for Scent of a Woman (2011)
  • Too Love theme for Sungkyunkwan Scandal (2010)

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