Xia Incredible Concert in Australia Compilation

Just a few additional videos of Xia’s Australian concert in Sydney. I love to hear Junsu sing. Look up more on youtube    🙂

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[TRANS] 130929 Taking A Look At Kim Junsu’s First Australian Concert That Wowed 2,500 Fans


Kim Junsu’s first solo concert in Australia has ended in success.


According to C-JeS Entertainment, “XIA Junsu held his first solo concert in Sydney, Australia yesterday and met with his Australian fans. XIA Junsu has been following a busy schedule since landing, going to press conferences and program recordings, and captivated his Australian fans with an explosive live performance in his prime condition.”


The concert was held with the title ‘XIA Incredible Concert in Australia’ at the Big Top Sydney in Sydney, Australia.


2,500 fans gathered at the concert venue to cheer Kim Junsu on, and greeted him with chants of “We love XIA Junsu” before the concert.


The concert consisted of songs from his first album, second album and OST collection, and featured powerful performances such as, ‘Tarantallegra’, ‘Incredible’ and ‘Fever’, ballad performances such as ’11 o’clock’, ‘Foolish Heart’, and R&B performances of ‘Rainy Eyes’ and ‘Uncommitted’. Kim Junsu also prepared a special talk segment where he granted wishes for his fans, making the whole event a great event for his Australian fans.

During the concert, Kim Junsu said, “This is the first time that I’m holding a concert in Australia. Although this is my second time visiting the country, this will be first time I’m holding a concert here and I’m so happy. I’m excited to be back in his beautiful country to hold a concert and I’m happy to be spending my last night in Sydney with you all. I’m so happy to be sharing such moments of laughter with you. The atmosphere here alone is enough to get me pumped up. I will definitely return, either as a solo singer, or as a member of JYJ.”

Kim Junsu’s Australian fans dressed up for his concert, and danced and sang along to the music, even occasionally shedding a tear or two.

Kim Junsu continued to say, “Seeing foreigners crying while listening to a Korean ballad has touched me deeply as its shown me that though we speak different languages, we are able to connect through music.”

Karen (24, Female) said, “XIA Junsu is finally here. I’ve waited for so long for this moment. I’m so grateful that he’s here. My only wish in life now is for JYJ to come to Australia together,” while Stephanie (19, Female) stated, “It was great to see XIA Junsu on stage, in real life. I was in the mosh pit area and I was sweating it out as I jumped along with him. It feels like all my stress has been relieved.” Samantha (27, Female) stated, “He started off with ‘Tarantallegra’ and in the blink of an eye, we were at the last song ‘Incredible’. It’s unbelievable how fast time flew by! Our time spent with Junsu felt like a festival. I’ll never forget this moment.”

Since releasing his second solo album, Kim Junsu has performed in Bangkok (Thailand), Shanghai (China), Seoul and Busan. Wrapping up his Australian concert, Kim Junsu will begin preparing for his Japanese tour that will take him to Nagoya (October 8th~10th) and Yokohama (October 14th~16th).

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[Info] 130927 Hello Asia! Special Feature: XIA Press Conference – SBS PopAsia Studios

juneaustraliaK-Pop star Xia arrived in Sydney yesterday ahead of his one off concert at Big Top Luna Park. A press conference was held at SBS PopAsia’s television studios ahead of the concert. Hello Asia editor Johnny Au and contributor Erin Smith was on hand to provide coverage. Photos by Johnny Au & Erin Smith. Translation provided by Lynn Ko.

Can you give us a greeting and your impressions of Sydney?

Hi everyone! My name is Xia. I actually visited Sydney back in 2010 with members of JYJ. Sydney is such a beautiful city. As soon as you land at the airport you can tell it’s a beautiful city. I’m very excited to be in Sydney again and it feels a bit different to be here for my concert this time but it’s wonderful.

While you are having your concert overseas and Korea, is there any difference? (e.g. concert, response from fans)

Clearly the most obvious difference is the language. Actually I don’t really feel much of a difference. As JYJ fans alike we start to become one. As a whole there isn’t much difference.


Also you are a singer song writer, what inspires you to write songs and where does your ideas come from? (e.g. Incredible)

I have no roles in terms of writing songs or coming up with music. Every song is very different but dance songs like Tarantallegra we actually came up with the beats first then the lyrics but with ballad songs like Fallen Leaves we came up with the lyrics first then the dance moves. So every song is different.

Could you tell us something incredible about yourself that we might not know?

Incredible? I really hope the concert will be an incredible time for my fans and myself. It’s something that cannot be achieved by myself so it has to come from my fans as well. It’s like a fusion of the two energies. So I’m very looking forward to the concert tomorrow and I do hope it’s going to be something incredible.


We believe you were first here in 2010 on a mini vacation. Do you have a favourite place in Sydney?

My favourite place in Sydney? Firstly ever since I was a child I have seen pictures of the Sydney Opera House in textbooks, TV and all kinds of media. You name it I’ve seen it! So when I saw the Opera House I thought it was grander than I have imagined. So the Opera House was great, as well as the Harbour Bridge of course. I actually completed the Harbour Bridge climb so that was great. I also really enjoyed your kangaroo steak and crocodile pizza. We were here for a brief amount of time but tried to experience as much of Australia as possible.

How do you feel about performing in the musical Elizabeth, chosen to act the leading role of ‘Death’ for the second time, and what musical do you want to perform in the future?

When I first performed in the musical Elizabeth the fact that my character was ‘Death’ overwhelmed me. I tried hard to think up of how to portray my character. It was a bit of a struggle to come up with something that was against my nature. But I really enjoyed performing the role. For the second time around I wanted to portray ‘Death’ differently. I wanted to colour him differently. It was an incredible experience to do that. In fact I have just announced that I will be performing in another musical this December. Funnily enough the musical is also called The December.

Your latest album Incredible had various types of genres, which genre was the most fun to do? Do you have a favourite song on the album?

The most fun I had? I must say it’s the song Incredible that I enjoyed the most. It an upbeat dance song that was targeted for the Korean summer. And summer makes everyone happy as you all know! I also know its summer in Australia soon so I hope you guys feel the same way I had when I was making the song as well. I actually cannot pick one favourite song on the album as I’ve put in my effort to all songs so it’s hard to choose one favourite song.


What can fans expect from your first Sydney concert?

I’ve been doing my world tour since last year and now I’m performing in Sydney so that means I have performed on every continent except for Africa which I am very grateful about. In this concert I want the audience to feel the excitement and joy I feel when I’m performing for them. So I hope everyone has a great time!

What are the main differences between performing in a musical and promoting albums and singles?

When I promote my albums and singles as a solo artist it’s all about me. But when I perform in a musical it’s a very different feeling. It’s the same excitement but the feeling I get at the end of each is very different. All in all there is a difference when I’m by myself or with other people.


Questions from Erin Smith of The AU Review

You took on the name Xia as a desire to be recognized as a star throughout Asia. Now that you have achieved that goal are there bigger desires?

(Laughs) I feel a bit embarrassed! When I first took on the name Xia it actually originated from the word Asia. But forget about being a star and all. I just want to be out there for every one of my fans around the world. That is all I want. I want to perform for every fan around the world. Beyond Asia.

What’s your message to your Australian fans and your plans for the rest of 2013?

I’m very much looking forward to the concert tomorrow. I hope it’s going to be a night I will be enjoying with my fans, breathing in the air with my fans. Performing in Australia is not something I just look forward to by myself. I really hope one day I can come back with my group JYJ. Not sure when that is going to happen but it’s something JYJ is looking forward to. As for the rest of 2013 as I mentioned earlier I have my musical coming up and we also have the Asian Games theme song. It’s quite full on so till the end of the year we have lots of things coming up.


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[Info] 130819 JYJ Official Facebook Update : XIA ‘Incredible’ Concert in Australia

XIA JUNSU Australia concert tickets are available today!
Ticket open: 2013. 8. 19 4:00p.m.(Local time)
Ticket link: http://bigtopsydney.com.au/xia.html
Offline: Bigtop ticket office


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[TRANS] 130802 Xia Junsu Is Set To Hold A Concert In Sydney, Australia On The 28th Of September


XIA Junsu will be holding a solo concert in Australia in September.

C-JeS Entertainment revealed, “XIA Junsu’s solo concert in Australia has been confirmed. He will be holding his first Australian concert on the 28th of September in Sydney. After ending his Busan concert on the 11th of this month, he will be focusing on his role in ‘Elisabeth’ till early September. He will then restart his tour in September, with Australia being his first stop.”

XIA Junsu’s first solo concert in Australia is set to be great news for his fans down under. Last week, the Australian broadcasting channel SBS (Special Broadcasting Service) interviewed JYJ in their ‘POP ASIA’ corner and were met with an explosive response. Now, XIA Junsu will be performing for his Australian fans for the first time through his upcoming concert.

The C-JeS Entertainment representative continued to state, “Though there are unlawful limitations on our broadcasted activities in Korea, the response XIA Junsu has been receiving overseas is hotter than ever. He topped the BeijingTV’s ‘Music Billboard’ weekly popularity polls for overseas singers, beating out Justin Bieber and Rihanna. Not only this, but XIA Junsu also topped the iTunes charts in eight countries as soon as he released his second solo album, and has already topped the ‘Yinyue Tai’ music video weekly charts as well.”

Meanwhile, XIA Junsu plans to hold the Seoul leg of his Asia tour at COEX on the 3rd and 4th of August.

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BREAKING NEWS KPop Music Festival in Sydney 2011+ Update

[BREAKING NEWS] Kpop Music Festival in Sydney 2011
Posted on July 20, 2011

by YunhoFan

It was announced on SBS PopAsia today (Wednesday, 6 July 2011) that JK Entertainment will be bringing Korea’s top idol stars to perform at Sydney’s ANZ Stadium in November! Artists include our legendary Homin (aka TVXQ), Girls Generation, SHINee, KARA, B2ST, 4minute, CNBLUE, 2AM, MissA and Secret.

To celebrate this tremendous event for Homin’s first performance in Australia… after 8 years of debuting, TVXQ Australia would like to send a gift to the duo! We are also looking for suggestions on what to get them!

TVXQ Australia will also be selling cheering goods such as glow sticks, specially designed t-shirts and so on. WE WANT TO GIVE THEM A RED OCEAN!!!!!!

Ticketing information has not been released just yet, but we will keep you all up-to-date with this concert so stay tuned for more info.!

_________ UPDATED (09 July 2011) _________

Those that want to donate, I (LeeYen), Bec (x.topazy.x), along with some of other staff will be collecting donations via our paypal or in person. PLEASE only communicate with us via our email tvxqaustralia@hotmail.com to arrange a meeting. This is not only because we don’t want you to be scammed if people pretend to be us, but also it is for your safety!

Ticketing information should be up in a week! So please keep a look out and check back often!

_________ UPDATED (20 July 2011) _________

JK Entertainment has confirmed through their site that the artists will be attending, the date is on the 12th November and the Location is ANZ Stadium. What they haven’t confirmed, but will soon, is the ticketing but we TVXQ Australia still would like to create a list of the people that are going to attend and would like to sit in the red ocean! Go here http://www.facebook.com/groups/tvxqaustralia?view=doc&id=10150391634198761 or fill in this form and send to tvxqaustralia@hotmail.com


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[Project] Red Ocean Project in Australia

TVXQ (Homin) has been confirmed to perform at the 2011 Kpop Music Fest at the ANZ Stadium on November 12 2011, to celebrate the 50th Annversary since the establishment of diplomatic ties between Korea and Australia.

To have an additional celebration of our own for TVXQ’s first performance in Australia, we would like to create the world renown RED OCEAN.

Those that are certain that they are attending, please comment and we will add you to the list. The purpose of this list is to get numbers, and the aim is to try and get us all seated in the same section to make the red ocean effect work.

Please note that although we have a list on our facebook page, the list here will be the master post.

Send in an email to tvxqaustralia@hotmail.com


[EVENT/PROJECT] Kpop Music Festival in Sydney 2011 + HoMin’s present

To celebrate this tremendous event for Homin’s first performance in Australia… after 8 years of debuting, TVXQ Australia would like to send a gift to the duo! We are also looking for suggestions on what to get them!

TVXQ Australia will also be selling cheering goods such as glow sticks, specially designed t-shirts and so on. WE WANT TO GIVE THEM A RED OCEAN!!!!!!

Ticketing information has not been released just yet, but we will keep you all up-to-date with this concert so stay tuned for more info.!


Donate through Paypal to tvxqaustralia@hotmail.com


email us at tvxqaustralia@hotmail.com and we can arrange a meeting in Sydney.

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