With Kim Junsu gearing up for a series of productions on October for the ‘Kim Junsu Musical Concert-Levay with Friends’, it seems that everything is going well for the TVXQ member. Further more, it has been reported that famous German musical actor Uwe Kröger will participate in the production as well. The renowned musical actor will be playing the role of ‘Archbishop’ together with Kim Junsu and Min Young Gi in Mozart.

Uwe Kröger will participate in ‘Kim Junsu Musical Concert-Levay with Friends’ next month from the 7th until the 10th for a total of 4 days at the Seoul Olympic Stadium.

Because of Uwe Kröger’s role as der Tod (Death) in “Elizabeth”, he earned his way onto Europe’s most prestigious list of musical actors, acting in many important musical works such as “Mozart!” “Les Misérables” “The Phantom of the Opera” and “Miss Saigon”, showcasing his talent.

Through opportunities in collaborating with composer Sylvester Levay, Kröeger got to know of the Korea “Mozart!” and made this decision after it. He says, “I’m truly amazed at the the outstanding talents of the Korean actors, so I look forward to working together. After receiving the invite to perform, I rearranged my schedule and came to Korea for this musical concert.”

For this concert, Uwe Kröger will act along with Kim Junsu and Min Young Gi, who was the Archbishop in “Mozart!”, creating a uniquely styled stage that is worth the anticipation.

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  1. Tnu says:

    OMG!! I’m so anticipating this!! As a big fan of Junsu-sshi I’m really happy for him!! A chance to perform with a renowned musical actor! >w< Hwaiting junsu ya!! 😀

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