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The music video of Jun Su (of JYJ)’s “Tarantallegra” is released

The full version of the music video of “Tarantallegra,” the lead track of Jun Su (of JYJ)’s first solo album, was released on May 14.

The full version of Jun Su’s music video, which increased the fans’ curiosity with its three teaser videos for two weeks, was greater than what people expected.

The music was characterized by a sensational melody and a powerful sound, and the music video was impressive. In the music video, Jun Su shows off his charismatic, sexy look.

When Jun Su repeats the word “Tarantallegra” in the video, the scene gives a magical feeling with a dreamy sound and images. The choreography of “Tarantallegra,” created by Jeri Slaughter from Christina Aguilera’s dance team, is also powerful and fancy.

A spokesperson for Jun Su says, “A sensational high-quality music video has been created. The video contains a lot of dynamic scenes that show Jun Su’s distinctive and talented side. I can assure you this will be the best music video of the first half of 2012. We were very confident about the music video, so we released it a day before the album’s release.”

People from all over the world also gave an enthusiastic response to the music video.

As soon as it was uploaded on YouTube, thousands of comments were posted.

Domestic fans responded: “I’ve never seen such a music video before. It’s super,” “XIA’s performance was perfect,” “His dance was fascinating,” “Calling XIA sexy is never enough!” Overseas fans from Asia, North and South America, Europe, and Oceania responded: “OMG! He is GOD!!” “This is the BEST K-POP music video ever!!!” “Too Perfect for words” “Can’t even breath while I’m watching this music video.”

Jun Su’s first solo album contains total twelve songs, including eight songs composed by him. It will be released on May 15 on and offline.

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