Today, finally it’s the 1st day of musical ‘Elizabeth’. Although I don’t play on the stage yet..
The actors, please start to play wonderfully^^
I always support all of you. Fighting!!!!!
@1215thexiahtic Junsu-ya…Please very strongly support~~~Because we’re Eli[sabeth] family♥^^♥
@agijaritw Hyung-nim! Fighting!^^
Source: @1215thexiahtic + @agijari
Translated by: @theyoungestmin + rilanna of JYJ3
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Kim Junsu′s second studio album Incredible has been toppling site after site and chart after chart in countries around the world.
Incredible appeared at no. 5 on Billboard′s World Albums Chart, which was put up on July 24. The chart combines data from America and Canada, meaning that the album is popular not only in Asia, but also in other countries.
His interview with Grammy decorated the Grammy site′s main page, and the video of the interview topped the site′s Trending Videos chart after getting the most views and shares.
In China, the music video for Incredible took over Yinyuetai′s Korea V Chart for the third week of July, following a no. 1 win on the site′s live chart as soon as it was released on the music video site.
This isn′t the first time Kim Junsu has appeared on the site as in April, he even won the Best Korean Male Artist Award at Yinyuetai′s V-chart Awards. The award was given based on V-chart stats combined with a global poll.
Kim Junsu will next stretch out to Shanghai with a concert on July 28.
< Gaon Chart National Physical Albums Ranking >
The Gaon Chart is the national chart of South Korea and is intended to be the equivalent of Oricon in Japan and Billboard in the United States.
1. INFINITE – ‘Destiny’
2. XIA Junsu – ‘Incredible’
3. Teen Top – ‘Come Into The World’
4. EXO – ‘XOXO (Kiss Ver.)’
5. EXO – ‘XOXO (Hug Ver.)(Chinese)’
6. Ailee – ‘A’s Doll House’
7. Kim Jin Ho – ‘Han River Love’
8. A Pink – ‘Secret Garden’
9. B2ST – ‘Hard To Love, How To Love’
10. Ulala Session – ‘Memory’
This is more like a diary than an FA kkk…sorry…I just don’t want to forget that incredible moments.
When Junsu’s plan of releasing 2nd album was announced, and then the Asia Tour plan came out, I was hoping Jakarta would be one of his stops like last year. But looking at his schedule, it looked like Bangkok was his only stop in South East Asia, so Bangkok was the only possible choice for me.
Lucky me, the Bangkok concert date didn’t clash with my work, but I can’t leave my only son, and he just started his first week in 10th grade, ottoke? I don’t want to travel alone, my son didn’t want to be left alone at home too. I talked to his teacher, tried to reason that this is a delayed holiday and I had something important to do in Bangkok bla bla bla….and his teacher gave permission for only one day. What kind of a parent am I? Bad one kkk
I’ve always used my service passport for traveling abroad, but of course this time is different, none was related to work whatsoever, so I had to make a public one. The bureaucracy of passport was crazy (because I missed my queing number), but every time I told myself, it’s for Junsu, so I endured the 12 hours waiting for our passports.
The ticketing. I was getting myself ready for ticketing. Translating all the Thai language in the form for signing up to Bahasa. Although I know the chance of getting ticket outside Korea and Japan is bigger than in Korea and Japan, but still, it got me worried. So I asked around, and a friend led me to someone who could arranged everything including ticket concert, hotel and flight. Thank you Min (Poporomin Backpackers). Then everything was taken care of.