XIA (Junsu) has expressed the emotions of a man after a break up through his song ’11 o’clock, its adequacy’.
At noon on the 2nd of July, XIA (Junsu) released ’11 o’clock, its adequacy’ from his second solo album.
The video of the song showed Kim Junsu singing for the first 2 minutes and 46 seconds with nothing but the sound of birds chirping in the background. This was followed by an acoustic track to support Kim Junsu’s husky and emotional voice as he sang, “You’re not by my side. I feel so distressed. Tears are welling in my eyes.”
Kim Junsu’s ’11 o’clock, its adequacy’ showcases his strong, but soft tone. The first half of the song is filled with nothing but Kim Junsu’s voice as he smiles and sings about the composed confessions of a man the day after a break up. He has created a perfect visual and vocal video for his latest song.
The video is a one-take live music video, the first of its kind in Korea, and was filmed live from the beginning to the end to showcase Kim Junsu’s emotions and vocal tone.
Meanwhile, Kim Junsu will be releasing his second solo album on the 14th of July and will then kick off his Asia tour.
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