Super Juniors Kangin is cast in a Japanese musical

Super Juniors Kangin is cast in a Japanese musical

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Super Juniors Kangin is cast in a Japanese musical

Super Junior’s Kangin was recently cast in the Japanese version of musical Goong.

On July 18, a spokesperson for SM Entertainment said, “Kangin was cast in the Japanese version of musical Goong as a main character named Lee Shin. Since he is appearing in a musical for the first time, he is also excited.”

“He is currently keeping busy as a member of Super Junior and practicing for the musical. He is also exercising hard to give good performance.”

The musical is about the Republic of Korea as a constitutional monarchy. It is a romantic comedy about prince Lee Shin and a high school girl named Chae Kyung. It drew a lot of attention as a comic book and then it was made into a TV series and musical.

The Japanese version will start performing on September 1 through 13 in Tokyo, Japan. Kangin and Choshinsung’s Sung Mo will play the same role.

Kangin had an incident in 2009, involving drunk driving and assaulting. Then he joined the Army to serve his duty in July of 2010 and completed the service on April 16, 2012. He is keeping busy as a group member performing their sixth album Sexy, Free & Single.

Source: TV Report

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