Yoochun: “To worry about acting is happy and enjoyable.”

Posted: May 13, 2011 in Micky Yoochun
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Park Yoochun: “To Worry about Acting is Happy and Enjoyable.”

Park Yoochun has stepped out to transform his character into a warm “city male” Yutaka in the new MBC Monday-Tuesday drama “”Ripley.”

Park Yoochun visited the Ilsan MBC Dream Center to shoot the posters for “Ripley.” He made live the attraction of untaintedness and city-like sophistication of Yutaka with a white suit that was highlighted in black on the collars.

Park Yoochun introduced his character as follows: “If Lee Sunjoon of ‘Sungkyunkwan Scandal’ is a someone who is clumsy at expressing his feelings and whose structure is similar to a (question with a) definite objective answer, then Yutaka in “Ripley” is a man whose emotions are full and has no hesitation in expressing them, similar to a (question with a) subjective answer.”

Continuing, Park Yoochun revealed his enthusiasm: “I learned from the previous work that it is a very difficult thing to be absolutely absorbed in the character. However, the time that I spent fiercely worrying about the character was truly a happy and enjoyable one. I am excited at the thought of being able to show a different image.”

At the time of the poster shooting, Park Yoochun devoted himself to the shooting until the last moment even though he had not fully recovered from his run to the emergency room due to the acute enteritis, and so received a round of applause from the staff on set.

At the same time, “Ripley” in which Lee Dahae, Kang Hyejung, and Kim Seungwoo appear along with Park Yoochun has as its background a hotel in the city of the 21stcentury that leads the economy and the market for cultural fashion. It handles work, love, and the splendored success and the failures, and the desires and the loves of the men which are hidden in them. This authentic melodrama first airs on the coming 30th at 9:55PM.

Source: My Daily
Translation Credit: JYJ3


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