JaeJoong: “I can’t believe our members are old enough to play trainee teachers”

Posted: July 15, 2011 in Kim Jaejoong
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110713 JYJ’s Kim Jaejoong Says, “I Can’t Believe Our Members Are Old Enough To Play Trainee Teachers”

“I can’t believe we’re old enough to play trainee teachers.”

JYJ’s Kim Jaejoong, who is starting off his acting career with the SBS drama ‘Protect the Boss’, recently held interviews in Nonhyun-dong, Seoul.

Explosive vocals, precise choreography and perfect looks. JYJ have all the qualifications and talents to be called a top class group in Korea. Many juniors have chosen JYJ as their role model and are working hard to follow their footsteps.

When asked what he thinks about being chosen as a singer who his juniors look up to, Kim Jaejoong’s eyes widened in surprise as he said, “Really? Who? Tell me their names. I should be nicer to them.”

“I believe that we still have to work so much harder. Ever since we first started singing as a trio, we’ve kept the mindset of starting from the beginning all over again. Because we’ve come across another mountain to climb. I think we need to overcome everything first before we boast and are recognized.”

“I don’t think we’re in the position to say that we’re better than our juniors who are working hard. We should just work even harder.”

Park Yoochun is the only member of JYJ who has filmed a broadcasted CF alone. In this advertisement, Park Yoochun takes on the role of a trainee teacher who whines about his mischievous female students in a cute way and acts embarrassed when one of them spills water on his white shirt.

“I saw Yoochun’s ad and I thought the storyline was really funny. He would have probably appeared as a student in the past so watching him act as a trainee teacher felt a little strange. It also made me realize that we’ve really aged. Soon, we’ll be taking on the role of vice-principals.(laughter)”

Source: [TV Daily]
Translated & Shared by: dongbangdata.net

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