08MAY2015 [NEWS] JYJ′s Park Yoo Chun Congratulates Kim Junsu on Performing on Broadcast
JYJ′s Park Yoo Chun expressed his congratulations to fellow member Kim Junsu, who was finally able to perform on broadcast.
On May 8, Park Yoo Chun joined the cast of SBS′ Girl Who Sees Smells at a cafe in Yeoksam-dong, where he shared a message of congratulations to Kim Junsu for performing on an EBS music program .
“I congratulate Junsu on being able to perform on broadcast,” said Park Yoo Chun with a smile. “Junsu, congrats!′
“Because the things around us have gotten a lot better, I don′t really think about the past situation. I especially don′t think about the legal issues,” explained Park Yoo chun. “But if those events became opportunities, I think it would be a good thing for agencies and artists to promote in good environments in the future. It′s also something for us to be thankful about. I′m very happy that those things are being even a little bit expressed now.”
“Honestly, these days, because we′re working in good environments with good people, we don′t have those kinds of worries as we did in the past,” continued Park Yoo Chun. “Instead, we have bigger worries to carry out good promotions with good images.”
Based on a popular webtoon of the same name, Girl Who Sees Smells is about Oh Cho Rim (Shin Se Kyung), a girl who sees smells, and Choi Mu Gak (JYJ′s Park Yoo Chun), a detective who can not feel.
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On May 8, JYJ‘s Park Yoo Chun discussed fellow member Kim Junsu during a press conference of the drama “The Girl Who Sees Smells.”
Upon being asked about Junsu’s recent appearance on EBS’s “Space Sympathy,” his first appearance on a Korean music show in six years, Park Yoo Chun said, “I didn’t know he went on the show. I want to congratulate him.”
When he received a question about the “JYJ Law,” Park Yoo Chun said, “We have to be thankful for this because it may allow entertainment companies and related others to work in a more comfortable environment. I’m happy that I got this chance to express my gratitude for it.”
He also added, “Now, since we are working in a very good environment with great people, we don’t have as many worries as we did before. Although, we are worrying about how to appear and promote better to the general audience.”
Meanwhile, Park Yoo Chun is currently starring in the drama “The Girl Who Sees Smells,” gathering impressive global popularity.
[NEWS] Park Yoo-chun discusses ‘Girl Who Sees Smells’
Singer and actor Park Yoo-chun shared his thoughts on the drama “The Girl Who Sees Smells” at a press conference at a Coffeesmith cafe on Teheran-ro Street in Gangnam-gu, Seoul. Park was joined by co-stars Shin Se-kyung, Nam Goong-min, and Yoon Jin-seo.
“This was the first drama where I really let myself go, thanks to the comic scenes,” he said, laughing. “I felt a bit of pressure at first because I read the script and realized that I had to make it really funny.”
In the drama, Park plays a policeman who has no sensory feeling. After he loses his younger sister in an accident known as the “bar code murder case,” he meets a survivor of the same case, a girl who can “see” smells (played by Shin Se-kyung) who helps him track down the killer.
In addition to the comedy, Park’s role required him to perform action and romance scenes, and his strong character spawned a variety of nicknames for the actor.
When asked about which was his favorite, he said, “I’m grateful for all of them, because the fact that people are giving me nicknames means that they‘re showing interest.”
“I heard people say that they wanted to have an older brother like my character. That was really nice to hear,” he added.
With regard to the type of acting he wanted to try in the future, he said, “Kwon Jae-hee,” referring to co-star Nam Goong-min’s serial killer character.
“I was monitoring the show at home, and I saw a scene where Jae-hee suddenly shows his evil side, and he has an evil glint in his eyes,” he said. “I thought that was amazing, and I was envious. I want to try something like that someday.”
“The Girl Who Sees Smells” has already broadcast 12 of 16 episodes, and has just two weeks until the finale. It airs on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 10 p.m. on SBS.
“I hope that we can wrap up the show well, and all get a drink afterwards with smiles on our faces,” he said. “I hope that in the remaining four episodes, I‘ll get another chance to show you my (comic acting).”
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