MUCHA, Kim Junsu Limited Edition Jewelery Collection

“Tears of Heaven” musical has been garnering a lot of attention due to the participation of JYJ Kim Junsu and he will be collaborating with MUCHA for a limited edition jewelry collection.
The musical “Tears of Heaven” tells the fateful love story, set in 1967, of a Korean soldier who was being sent to the Vietnam War and met the female lead Lyn. There has been a lot of attention attracted on the internet prior to the premiere, due to Kim Junsu’s ticket selling power and the kiss scene of the two main leads.
With the popularity of the musical, MUCHA has launched a limited edition “JUN Garnet Necklace” for the fans. The necklace was designed with the name of Junsu’s character, JUN, together with a theme of a military dog tag.
From the Napoleon era, the soldiers who dedicated their lives in war have been using garnet as a power symbolic of guardianship. The courageous Sagittarius trait was interpreted as well. This also includes Jun’s expectation and the neverending love he had hoped with his lover.
The designer for MUCHA for this limited edition collection, CEO Kim Jeong Ju said, “Other than JUN Garnet Necklace, we will be launching mirrors, bags, keychains, bracelets and other JUN collection. All the items will have the garnet stone and the symbolism of a Sagittarius. These items were made especially for musical fans who hoped to have everlasting love.
The musical “Tears of Heaven” will be held from the 1st of February till the 19th of March at the National Theatre and there will be special limited edition items of 1000 pieces on sale.
Credits: morningsnews + xiahking
Trans by: rachui@sharingoochun
Shared by: DBSKnights

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