JYJ’s Kim Junsu And Kim Jaejoong To Release Duet For Upcoming Japanese Drama
On March 30, Kim Junsu’s agency PALMTREE ISLAND revealed that the two artists will be singing the song “Sixth Magnitude Star” for the Japanese NTV’s Wednesday drama “Waru ~Who Said That Working Isn’t Cool?~” (literal translations), which is slated to premiere on April 13.
Based on a manga written by Fukami Jun, the drama tells the story of an optimistic and bright rookie employee and her mysterious coworker who struggle to achieve the goal of success. Imada Mio will be playing the leading role, and popular stars including Eguchi Noriko, Suzuki Nobuyuki, Takahashi Fumiya, and Mukai Osamu will be starring in the show.
“Sixth Magnitude Star” is a ballad song with the title referring to the darkest stars humans can see with the naked eye. Kim Junsu shared, “It feels like a really long time since we released a new song in Japan and for it to be the theme song for a popular drama at that. I also feel greatly excited, and I’m very happy that I got to sing a song together with Jaejoong for the first time in a while.” He continued, “I remember the two of us having a very enjoyable and fun time working together, so I hope many people will listen to it happily. ‘Sixth Magnitude Star’ is a really good song.”
Furthermore, Kim Junsu and Kim Jaejoong will be singing together on Japan’s music program “Premium Music 2022.” They will be revealing “Sixth Magnitude Star” for the first time on the show.
Currently, Kim Junsu is preparing for his upcoming musical “Death Note,” while Kim Jaejoong is preparing to release a new song.
Watch Kim Jaejoong in “Manhole” below: