JYJ Junsu, Incident from American MV Filming?
By Staff Writer | September 18, 2012 11:47 AM EDT
Kim Junsu revealed his behind stories from the American music video filming.
Kim Junsu has been gaining much popularity as a member of JYJ and a solo singer who swept through many countries through his Asia and world tours. Through the interview held with '@star1' during a photo shoot releasing on the 20th, Kim Junsu revealed the behind the scene stories of filming for his first English single song "Uncommitted."
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Kim Junsu worked with the famous American music video director Mark Clarfelt for his first English single album Uncommitted that was released in August.
Kim Junsu said, "In Korea, directors usually specifically tell me what to do before we start, but in America, they didn't do that. He just said, 'Sing as if you're seducing a woman' and yelled 'Action!' right away. I just had to do whatever I could at the moment because the que was already given. It was all on the spot", laughing.
He continued, "I had to do well and finish early before I started getting embarrassed by all the eyes of the staff members that were watching me. The staff members are famous people too. It was their first time working with a Korean artist, so I also had the responsibility to do well."
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