Exclusive Interview – JYJ Bangkok Concert: Director Kim JaeJoong

Posted: April 10, 2011 in JYJ, Kim Jaejoong
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110405 Exclusive Interview – JYJ Bangkok Concert: Part 2 Director Kim Jaejoong

Male idol group JYJ started their world tour at their first stop – Bangkok – with two concerts held on April 2nd and 3rd.

This world tour is a part of the promotion for the album “The Beginning” that was released on October 3rd of last year. JYJ sets Thailand as their first stop, then Taiwan on the 23rd, and they will be at Beijing on May 7th. Ending their overseas tour with four North American cities and returning to Korea to hold their last two concerts at Busan on June 11th and 12th. Thus finishing their 8-month long promotion for their first worldwide album “The Beginning.”

The most intriguing thing in this world tour is Kim Jaejoong’s role as the stage director. Using this ‘creative challenge’ to repay the fans, he not only controls the stage, lighting, and audio – he even adds his personal touch on costumes, showing Director Kim’s responsible side. In response to this, Jaejoong replies, “To be honest, it is really tiring. During the set up process, there were a lot of problem with timing and other situational issues. These were very mind boggling and required help from other crew members. It was also because it was the first time so it was even more fatiguing.”

Lastly, Jaejoong claims, “Even if it will be more tiring in the future due to problems JYJ may face later on – I’m fine with that.” Showing a rare mature side of Kim Jaejoong.

Source: [korea star daily]
Translation Credits: jkkw@tohosomnia.net
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