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Kim Jun Su (김준수), also known as Xiah Junsu or simply XIA (시아), is a South Korean singer-songwriter and actor under Palmtree Island. He is a member of the boy group JYJ and a former member of the group TVXQ!.

He first debuted as a soloist in Japan on May 26, 2010 with the digital single "Xiah". Later, on May 12, 2012, he made his Korean solo debut with the studio album Tarantallegra.

On November 9, 2021, he left C-JeS Entertainment to establish his new one-man agency, Palmtree Island.[1]

Discography

Korean

Studio albums

  • Tarantallegra (2012)
  • Incredible (2013)
  • Flower (2015)
    • Flower (Special Edition) (repackage) (2015)
  • Xignature (2016)

Special albums

  • Musical December 2013 with Kim Junsu (2013)

Mini albums

Digital singles

  • "Love Means Nothing to Me" (2012)
  • "Thank U For" (2012)
  • "11AM" (2013)
  • "Serendipity" (2013)
  • "..Is You" (2016)
  • "Cake Love" (2016)

Collaborations

  • "We Were" (with Im Chang Jung) (2017)
  • "Love No More (Romance 101 X XIA)" (2020)

OSTs

  • "Sungkyunkwan Scandal OST" ("Too Love") (2010)
  • "Scent of a Woman OST Part.2" ("You Are So Beautiful") (2011)
  • "Scent of a Woman OST Part.3" ("You Are So Beautiful (Edit ver.") (2011)
  • "Innocent Man OST Part.1" ("Love is Like Snow") (2012)
  • "The Fugitive of Joseon OST Part 2" (2013)
  • "Empress Ki OST Part.3" (2013)
  • "Mr. Back OST Part.1" (2014)
  • "Six Flying Dragons OST Part.2" ("The Time is You") (2015)
  • "Descendants of the Sun OST Part.10" ("How Can I Love You")(2016)
  • "Lucky Romance OST Part.6" (2016)
  • "Dorian Gray OST" (2016)
  • "White Nights OST Part.1" (2016)
  • "Nokdu Flower OST Part.2" (2019)
  • "Romance 101 X XIA" ("Love No More") (2020)
  • "Penthouse 3 OST Part.1" ("Good By") (2021)
  • "The Red Sleeve OST Part.7" ("I'm Still") (2021)

Participation releases

Japanese

Singles

  • "Xiah" (2010)

English

Digital singles

  • "Uncommitted" (2012)

Filmography

Reality shows

  • Double Trouble (Watcha, 2021–2022)

Musical theatre

  • Death Note (2022)

Trivia

  • Kim Jun Su was known as 'Xiah Junsu' while a member of TVXQ!, and simply as 'Junsu' while a member of JYJ. He later began using 'XIA' as stage name to promote as a soloist, however he is better recognised by his full name, Kim Jun Su.
  • His official birthday is December 15, 1986. However, his parents registered him on January 1, 1987.[citation needed]

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