JYJ Junsu's "Uncommitted" MV Ranks Number 1 on Music Site

By Staff Writer | August 20, 2012 09:11 AM EDT

Junsu's "Uncommitted" MV Ranks Number 1 on Music Site
Junsu's "Uncommitted" MV Ranks Number 1 on Music Site (Photo : d)

JYJ member Junsu's first english single has been heating up.

Today, Junsu's agency stated that his song, "Uncommitted" has been gaining much support through his YouTube channel and various music sites.

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In particular, a site similar to YouTube in China had Junsu ranking 1st place, beating Super Junior and Psy. His previous album was also seen on the chart at number 7. This proved Junsu's popularity in China.

An official commented, "It is difficult for China to use YouTube, so this other site is their only way to watch these videos."

Junsu's previous album, Tarantallegra, broke the record for record sales and was seen on the U.S., China, German and Chile Charts as well. His new english single has also ranked number one on Japan iTunes as well as various music sites.

Junsu will begin his world tour on August 30.


Tagged :  JYJ, Junsu, Uncommitted

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