110614 Park Yoochun Challenges Narration For The First Time In MBC’s “The Hometown I Lived In”
JYJ’s Park Yoochun will be challenging narration for the first time.
Park Yoochun will be doing the narration for the MBC Special “The Hometown I lived in.” to be aired on 17 June.
The production team expressed that by selecting Park Yoochun to narrate, they hope to invoke a sense of sadness among the viewers through Park Yoochun’s emotion-filled voice, for the issues that that was being faced by the “hometown.”
“The hometown I lived in” is a program about the cruel reality of how a “hometown” was marginalized due to urban development, to the extent where all their roots had been destroyed.
This program will reveal how Guman-ri of Kangwan-do’s Hongcheon-eup has been fighting against the development of a golf course for 6 years, how Gyeongbuk-do, Yeongju-shi’s Pyeongeun-myeon is facing destruction due to the construction of the Yeongju dam and other realities. This program will be aired at 11.05 pm of 17 June.
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JYJ’s Yoochun to narrate for a special MBC documentary
JYJ’s Yoochun is lending his voice for a documentary.
According to MBC, the idol will be narrating for the documentary, ‘The Hometown I’ve Once Lived In‘. It tells the story about Korea’s small towns, which are slowly disappearing under the force of urban developments.
It specifically investigates a small country town in Kangwon-do that protested against a developing golf resort for six years; the town’s citizens tried to prevent being forced out of their homes.
The production team stated, “We chose Yoochun to be the narrator in the hopes that his soft and kind voice will touch more viewers about the painful stories we all hold about our hometowns.”
They added, “We explained the program’s special purpose and content to Yoochun’s team, and Yoochun gave a positive response [to them], thus agreeing to narrate.”
The documentary is set to air on June 17th.
Source & Photo: Star News via Nate