JaeJoong: “If I was born in the past, my palate would make me Jang-geum”

Posted: October 13, 2011 in JYJ, Kim Jaejoong
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111004 Jaejoong Says, “If I Was Born In The Past, My Palate Would Make Me Jang-geum”

JYJ’s Kim Jaejoong boasted about his ‘perfect palate’ and showed confidence in his cooking skills.

At the press conference of JYJ’s first Korean album ‘In heaven’, which was held at a cafe in Jung-dong, Seoul on the 30th, Kim Jaejoong revealed, “I have such a good palate that I would have been born as Jang-geum if I was born in the past.

Kim Jaejoong showcased stabilized acting skills as Cha Mu Won in the recently ended SBS drama ‘Protect the Boss’. He revealed that all the scenes in the drama that showed him cooking were real shots of him and not an extra. His fellow members explained that Kim Jaejoong has a superior talent for cooking.

Junsu said, “Of everything he can cook, I recommend Jaejoong hyung’s kimchi fried rice and japtang jjigae,” while Park Yoochun praised, “As we don’t live in a dorm together anymore, we don’t have many chances to eat Jaejoong hyung’s food full of his love and sincerity but he’s really good at it. Even when it looks like there’s nothing to cook with, he always makes tasty food.

Junsu added, “He can make food tasty, even without any artificial flavoring. I think even Jaejoong hyung takes pride in the fact that he doesn’t use any of that stuff.” At his members’ praise, Jaejoong joked and said, “My palate is really… If I was born in the past, I would have been born as Jang-geum.”

Source: [segye]
Translated & Shared by: dongbangdata.net

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