Yoochun’s narration on “The Hometown in which I used to Live” brought tears to the audience

Posted: June 21, 2011 in Micky Yoochun
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MBC Special “The Hometown In Which I Used To Live”—Tears at Park Yoochun’s Voice

Park Yoochun has finished his first narration successfully.

Park Yoochun who is enthusiastically acting in the MBC Monday-Tuesday drama Miss Ripley earned a passing score with his narration of MBC Special program “The Hometown In Which I Used to Live” which was aired on the 17th.

The producers said in the recording session that was held in the main headquarters of MBC in Yueedo on the 16th: “We explained the special aims and contents of this program to the side of Park Yoochun and Park Yoochun who showed much agreement decided to do happily do the narration.”

They also revealed the reason for choosing: “We hoped that the heartbreaking stories of our hometowns will blend in with the introspective voice of Park Yoochun and so therefore be relayed to more listeners and so chose Park Yoochun as the narrator.”

The program was divided into four sections – Our Hometown that is Disappearing, Record of Two Months; Shock, the Scene of Destruction as Scene from Above; The Things that Change are Not Merely the Scenery, the Anger of the Citezens of Sumjin River, and such. It relayed the end of the silent peace of hundreds of years and the sceneries that will disappear even though we wish to go back to them.

Netizens responded: “I felt frustration and anger. The music and the voice of Park Yoochun as narrator brought me tears,” “Park Yoochun has a good voice,” and “I became smitten with him again.”

Source: TV Daily
Translation Credit: JYJ3

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