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He chose Xiah to be his stage name, explaining that the name was short for "Asia" (taking out the "a" in "Asia")."Xiah" would be an implication of his desire to become not only a star in Korea, but also a star recognized all throughout Asia.

A teaser showing his self-composed song "Intoxication" was made public and announced as the lead track of his upcoming single.

In 2009, Kim and fellow TVXQ members Kim Jaejoong and Park Yoochun filed a lawsuit against SM Entertainment, arguing that their exclusive contracts were unilaterally disadvantageous towards the artists and should be invalidated.

The Seoul Central District Court ruled in favor of the three and granted an injunction suspending their contracts. After the release of Xiah, Kim's solo music career was sent into hiatus because of a discord between him and his Japanese label Avex Trax that led to the sudden suspension of all his activities in Japan.

During TVXQ's third Asian tour, he performed another self-composed song "Xiahtic", which was then rearranged and performed in Japanese for his solo performance at the Tohoshinki 4th Live Tour 2009: The Secret Code in Tokyo Dome.

The rearranged version of "Xiahtic" was also included in TVXQ's twenty-ninth Japanese single.

It is a remake of Kelly Clarkson and Justin Guarini's duet, originally recorded in 2003.

He also made an appearance in the second part of "Timeless"' music video.At age eleven, Kim was signed by SM Entertainment after his participation in the agency's the 6th Annual Starlight Casting System.He attended Neunggok Elementary School, Nunggok Middle School, Hwasu High School and then transferred to Hanam High School.He graduated high school along with fellow member Park Yoochun in 2007.Kim Junsu then took up Musical Theater in Myongji University and graduated in 2011.Despite limitations in media coverage and promotional activities caused by a ban in the Entertainment Departments of South Korea's three main terrestrial broadcasters resulting from SM Entertainment's interference, Kim's first and second studio album reached top two on the Gaon albums chart in South Korea, as well as reaching number-ten and number-five on the Billboard World Albums chart for Tarantallegra and Incredible, respectively.