For those who aren't familiar with the Dracula movie- it's a Bram Stoker novel about Count Dracula and his love for the beautiful Mina Murray. Dracula is searching for new victims and prey. So happens Jonathan Harker has been trying to help Dracula with the real estate. Mina is Jonathan's fiance whereby Dracula immediately falls deeply in love with her. Mina reminds him of his long lost love, Elisabeth. The story has a tragic ending when Dracula asks a now mutually in love Mina to help him die, giving him "back to darkness" in order to keep her in the light. Great...how does that sound? Did I give the spoilers? Hahaha....
The lyrics in Korean is touching and it tells about Count Dracula struggling to stay afloat because of his undying love for Mina. Another thing to spot is Jun Su's bright red color hair! He looks like a beetroot with his fair complexion. Personally I like him in his dark/brown colored hair but red is something to show blood related to Count Dracula. I really hope he turns back black once his musical ends. From far you could spot him even at the airport with his red beetroot head.
Well for those who had the opportunity to watch Jun Su's previous musicals in Seoul- another wonderful performance he has delivered is called 'December'. The OST of December has Jun Su's collaboration with some female singers such as Lyn and Gummy. The songs produced in this album reminds me of Disney productions, it sounds so beautiful yet harmonious... The duet with Gummy - 사랑이라는 이유로 is a chirpy happy song, I personally like this track in the OST. The encore part is always wonderful where all the whole casts come out to bow to the audience and sing for the last time. Love the song where Jun Su sings so well with the rest and his big smile. How can you not adore this singer? Oh...the last time when I saw him in variety program and concerts, he was just a baby and now he's already turned late 20s.
Nevertheless, another powerful musical that brought fame and drove musical fans frenzy is 'Tears In Heaven'. A heartwrenching story about a Korean soldier who falls in love with a Vietnamese girl. The song 'Can You Hear Me?' sung by Jun Su and Davichi's Lee Hye Ri is melodious and sad at the same time when they were parting for good.
reputation from the audience and public.
Fans who had the opportunity to see him in musicals- you will understand what I mean here. It's a wonderful experience. Musicals are a different part of audience and no shouting/screaming with glow sticks.
Yes, do pay for the VIP Seat or Reserved Seat - KRW$130,000 so you are right in the front row to see the entire cast.
Comes year 2015, I hope to see him do a more musicals and concerts before he gets enlisted to army.