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Junsu awarded grand prize for ‘Death Note’

  • Published : Feb 22, 2016 - 13:15
  • Updated : Feb 22, 2016 - 13:15

Junsu of JYJ received the grand prize at the “2016 Edaily Culture Awards” on Friday, consolidating his position in the musical theater scene.

One of Junsu’s well-known musical works titled “Death Note” was selected as the best musical of the year. He went up to stage to receive the trophy on behalf of the whole team.


“I am honored to be given such a grand prize. I want to share this glory with all the staff members and actors who starred in Death Note,” he said.

Junsu started off as a K-pop artist through the group TVXQ and later created the trio JYJ. Due to his excellent singing abilities, he was given the chance to star in various musical pieces including “Dracula,” “Death Note,” “Elizabeth,” and more.

By Kim Ji-young (christinekim@heraldcorp.com)

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