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Kim Junsu makes long-awaited return to public broadcasting variety show after 15-year hiatus

After a hiatus of 15 years, Kim Junsu , a prominent figure in the entertainment industry, is set to make a long-awaited return to public broadcasting variety shows. The announcement, made by a representative of KBS on April 3, has sparked excitement among fans and viewers alike.

According to the statement, Kim Junsu has recently completed filming for an episode of " The Return of Superman ." Scheduled to be aired at the end of April, this appearance marks a significant moment in Kim Junsu's career trajectory.

Interestingly, Kim Junsu's return to the public broadcasting realm follows in the footsteps of his fellow JYJ member, Kim Jaejoong, who recently graced the screens of KBS2's reality show "Fun-staurant" after a similar 15-year hiatus from such platforms.

This development not only signifies a personal milestone for Kim Junsu but also hints at a potential resurgence of JYJ's presence in the mainstream media landscape. Fans can anticipate an engaging and memorable episode as Kim Junsu shares his charm and talent on "The Return of Superman."

Kim Jun-su, often referred to mononymously as Junsu or by his stage name XIA, is a multi-talented South Korean artist renowned for his singing, songwriting, dancing, and stage acting abilities. He gained initial fame as a member of the popular boy band TVXQ, where he was known by the stage name Xiah Juns. Following his time with TVXQ, he became a pivotal member of the group JYJ.

In November 2021, Kim established his agency named PALMTREE ISLAND, assuming the role of CEO. This move demonstrated his ambition and vision for his career trajectory beyond group activities.

Kim's journey in the music industry commenced in 2003 with TVXQ, a group formed by the prominent South Korean record label and talent agency, SM Entertainment. Before his debut, he underwent rigorous training for six years, honing his skills and preparing for the spotlight. Throughout his tenure with TVXQ, Kim contributed to the release of four Korean albums, four Japanese albums, thirty Japanese singles, and numerous Korean singles, solidifying his presence as a versatile and accomplished artist.