To look for the missing President, Chief Secretary Kyu Jin insist on requesting reinforcements from police authorities and the surrounding troops, but this has the Chief of the Security Service Bong Soo saying he must not ever report to the outside for the reason of the President’s safety. Meanwhile, Bo Won is with Tae Kyung heading to Heungdeok police station to dig up Han Ki Jun’s car accident…
11th March 2011
This is a day we must not forget.
Revival is still far away
The streets are….. The people….. Just like before the disaster
Getting back the vitality
Getting back the liveliness
Getting back the smiles
We also need to be alongside the revival, need to watch-over them I think
It was just when I started writing this blog
I spent a lot of time with the guys who came over to Japan for 3V2
Right ahead was the disaster
Many became JYJ fans
There could be fans who are not aware of what happened then.
So let me try to remember those times.
I, Lu Zhu, am a student majoring in Korean, and the teacher for today’s Film Appreciation class let us spend the day watching ‘Three Days’
This is possibly the so-called benefits of studying Korean.
In the first two episodes of “Three Days,” viewers have seen a completely different side to JYJ singer and actor Park Yoochun.
It’s a tense drama in which Yoochun plays a man who is tightly laced. He lives for duty and it is only when those duties conflict that you see him express any emotion. Those duties do conflict when he is confronted with the unexpected death of his father while having to fulfill the extremely important function of a presidential bodyguard. To become a secret service agent, you have to be pretty unshakeable but Park Yoochun’s character Han Tae Kyung is an exemplary agent.
He’s such a good agent that he insists on trying to save the president after he has been suspended. And he insists on trying to solve his disappearance after he has been accused of trying to assassinate him.
Park Yoochun plays the character with a grim determination that shows how much he has matured as an actor. But the character he creates seems so foreign to the impression that many people have of him, it may be that some fans won’t like it.
Note: Bong Joon-ho was at the press conference for ‘Snowpiercer’ in Beijing
Right now Park Yuchun is in the middle of his drama filming with many veteran actors. Since ‘Sea Fog’ is his first big-screen project, that’s why his acting has improved quality-wise from his casting to the end of filming. Everyone will be able to feel his realistic performance from the big-screen movie coming soon. Actually ‘Sea Fog’ isn’t a tragedy or a horror, but instead I think of it as more of a romance.
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Translated & Shared by: JYJ3
Episode 1 – March 5, 2013
AGB Nielsen Korea: Nationwide 11.9% – Seoul Capital Area 12.5%
TNmS Media Korea: Nationwide 12.8% – Seoul Capital Area 16.4%
Note: according to AGB Nielsen Korea’s data, SBS ‘Three Days’ first broadcast drew 11.9% of viewership nationwide, 0.1% behind KBS2 ‘Inspiring Generation’. Another program within the same time slot on terrestrial broadcast channels is MBC ‘Cunning Single Lady’ with 10.3%.
Episode 2 – March 6, 2013
Note: this post contains spoilers!
Park Yoochun, ‘Three Days’ absorbed and highly emotional acting
MoneyToday via Naver
1. (+135, -10) You’re a singer, not an actor ㅋ Where did you learn to act this good?!
2. (+117, -8) His acting is better than I thought.
3. (+112, -9) Park Yoochun’s acting is profound.
4. (+77, -2) Really awesome ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ Wow.. the first episode was interesting.
5. (+76, -2) Seems like it’s going to be a hit. May Three Days prosper.
6. (+36, -2) It was so exciting… One hour passed by so quickly… ㅠㅜ
‘Three Days’ Park Yoochun, discovery and shock over assassination plot against President Son Hyun Joo
TVReport via Naver