K-pop’s jewel vocalist Kim Junsu will reinterpret songs of 1990s’ most beloved K-pop folk rock singer.
Kim Junsu is set to sing songs of the late Kim Kwang-seok, the ‘90s folk rock legend who passed away in 1996 at the age of 31, in a special album to memorize the 50th birth anniversary of the K-pop legend.
According to NEW, the producing company of Junsu’s upcoming musical “December: A Never Ending Song” (translated title), the special album will filled with Kim Kwang-seok’s songs about our lives and youth.
The songs, which will also be reinterpreted through the big-scale musical inspired from Kim Kwang-seok’s music, will deliver Junsu’s charm as a talented musical actor, also the lead actor of the musical.
The JYJ member, who takes on main character Ji-wook, will sing from Kim Gwang-seok’s unleashed song “December,” his hit tunes “Letter of A Private,” “Too Painful Love Wasn’t Love,” “In The Name of Love” [all translated title] to a newly-arranged version of Ji-wook’s theme song.
Co-starring actor Park Gun-hyung, “December: A Never Ending Song” will open its curtains at the Sejong Center for the Performing Arts in Seoul from December 16 to January 29 next year.
Reporter. Cory Lee
Courtesy of C-Jes Entertainment