Kim Junsu belongs to a group called JYJ which is an offshoot of DBSK. Long story. I’ll just leave it at that. He’s always been the bubbly kind of naive little boy. But damn, playing Tod (Death) in the musical Elisabeth did him good. Here’s his newest MV. Which I think’s already been banned in South Korea. Not bad since it’s only been out a few hours.
The black leather pants and long red coat do it for me. :::Grins:::
23 thoughts on “Ah Junsu.”
Honey, that boy can move! And I love the androgynous look. He’s very nice to look at. 😀
Ah yes, that is Kim Junsu. He’s part of one of my favourite groups. :::Grins:::
he’s a very talented and purty boy.
If I was a man into twinkly twinky Asian men, I’d have enough fantasy material for the rest of the month.
and yet you read my stuff?
Why wouldn’t I? You write hot stuff.
Well he is. So sue me. I have a gay friend who would be in him like white on rice.
shoyu on rice
Pretty Damn Hawt Rhys.
Thanks for sharing the eye candy 😉
Eye candy helps with the writing :::Grins:::
Why was it banned? It seems relatively tame….or maybe I haven’t seen music videos in awhile.
The long coats plus the blond hair make me think he’s an anime character. Is that racist of me? 😛
No, not racist 😀 :::hugs:::
It was banned because it’s too sexual for South Korea’s decency boards. They are a rather puritanical-ish society. No tattoos can be shown on television. No couples sleeping together without being married. One program had to show at a later time because a couple were shown waking up in the same bed together… without being married. It was obvious she’d spent the night. Coffee Prince, very racy.
Kissing isn’t done…. like a full kiss. It’s usually just their mouths sort of meeting in the general direction and a lot of slow motion twirling about the characters.
There is a sexuality to South Koreans but the social norms dictate a more… rigid and asexual atmosphere.
…am reading about Javanese social interactions this week. Nothing is overtly expressed, hands held quietly, calm and smiling even in the face of grief. Laughter to cover nervousness. I have not been to Java since I was a baby. My first caregiver was a Javanese “nanny”. She surely left an impression of her physical appearance, voice and touch. Why Jae and Cole are so enchanting and compelling.
How sweet! I am glad you had her in your life! :::hugs::: Social interactions are very different in the Asian Rim, even Hawai’i has fairly elaborate social strata rules you have to pretty much be born into. Makes for an interesting time when Western and Eastern meet. 😀
Ah.. Java is so pretty.
Late to the party, but … the black pants are nice but I’m after what’s IN those pants. Yoochun can just share … lol!
I don’t think there is sharing allowed if someone has the right to what’s in those pants 😀
So maybe Chunnie and I can work something out? Hmmmm?
If you were Chunnie, would YOU want to work something out with you? *grins*
Maybe … after all … I AM that good!! Lol!