Yoochun & Lee Da Hae: ‘During the earthquake and tsunami in Japan, there was supposed to be a filming schedule in the area’

Posted: April 12, 2011 in Micky Yoochun
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110410 Park Yoochun – Lee Da Hae, Secret Story Revealed to Public ‘During The Earthquake and Tsunami in Japan, There was Supposed to be a Filming Schedule in The Area’

It’s just reported lately that when earthquake and tsunami hit Japan severely in last March, at the same day actually Park Yoochun, Lee Da Hae, and Kang Hye Jung were scheduled to have shooting in Sendai, yet it was canceled.

According to a staff, the casts of MBC new drama ‘Goodbye Miss Ripley’ Park Yoochun, Lee Da Hae, and Kang Hye Jung along with all crews were originally scheduled to film the drama in Sendai on the day earthquake hit that area in Japan.

A senior official told to Newsen, “Originally the production team planned to visit Sendai when the earthquake happened, we even had searched for the possible places since long time ago. However the far distance then became a big trouble for us, thus we decided to do the filming near Tokyo instead. Due to this, fortunately we escaped that great disaster.”

When Park Yoochun, Lee Da Hae, and Kang Hye Jung were in the midst of filming in somewhere close to Tokyo, the earthquake happened, they felt how the earth moved from its position to the point where one’s can’t even control his/her own body.

After the hard shake of earthquake passed, all casts and crews rushed to Haneda airport Tokyo and arrived in 4 hours, however they had to wait for a long time at the airport because flight from Japan to South Korea was canceled.

Park Yoochun along with other casts and crews had to spend overnight at the airport due to flight cancellation, and after woke up the next day he took the earliest flight and finally returned to South Korea safely.

credit: Newsen
trans: sharingyoochun.net


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