Junsu took to the stage by opening up with Breath, and sang his way through No Gain, Even Though You Already Know and Around and Around.
During the first performance of Tarantellegra, Junsu with every movement took the audience further and further away from reality and took them to a magical realm they wish to never return from.
To put into perspective how much work Xia threw into this concert, here’s what he went out and got to give fans an experience they will never forget: Junsu enlisted the help of Jeri Slaughter, Christina Aguilera’s choreographer to help him hand pick 8 of North America’s top dancers; Xia then brought something into South Korea that has never been seen before, a large LED screen, 7m high and 12m wide, and a 10m high pyramid lift, to bring out the experience of the concert.
And he then showed off the last aspect of being a triple threat, acting. He showed his polished acting skills from his experience as a musical actor through Even Though You Already Know, I Don’t Like Love and You are so Beautiful.
By the end of the concert fans were in awe of the performance, Junsu had successfully casted the his Xia spell on everyone in attendance.
However, the road to this moment, the moment where Junsu seemingly had the world at the palm of his hands, did not come easy.
“I was hesitant on releasing a solo album because of the many limits I face, but I think it’s great that I did. It was more hard for me because, as you know, I’m limited in my appearances on televised broadcasts, and I started with the knowledge that I can’t promote my album openly even after I release it. It was harder to put together a 12 track album in the midst [of such difficulties],”