[TRANS] Our members sending messages to each other like this can make you get goosebumps (T/N: aka too lovey-dovey)… among men… LOL. Ah! I suddenly gain more strength!! Today too fighting!! Read More →
Though still airing in Korea, MBC’s Time Slip Dr. Jin and I Do I Do both have already been sold to other countries in Asia.
Following its appearance at the 18th Shanghai TV Festival this past week, MBC announced it had agreed to export two of its ongoing dramas Time Slip Dr. Jin and I Do I Do.
Time Slip Dr. Jin will be exported to Taiwan and Thailand while I Do I Do will be exported to Japan and Taiwan.
The two weren’t the only dramas sold at the festival as MBC’s I Can’t Live Without You will also be sent to Japan while Feast of the Gods will go to Thailand.
From all the dramas sold, MBC is expected to make some six million dollars in sales.
JYJ’s Kim Jae Joong knows the meaning of ‘practice makes perfect.’.
On June 14, the production crew for MBC’s weekend series Dr. Jin released pictures of Kim, who plays the role of an officer named Kim Kyung Tak, practicing for the series on the set.
In the picture, Kim is wearing traditional clothes for the series and is practicing martial art during the break.
The production crew says, “Since Kim is appearing on a historical series for the first time, he is practicing hard on how to speak, martial arts, and riding horses.”
The crew added, “He is doing rehearsal like a real take for the action scenes well.”
Fan Support Ad in Myung Dong Subway station. Fan support for JaeJoong from Japan Fansite Lovin’ JJ.
The words on the Ad: “I’m sure we’ll meet each other again, won’t we?” [T/N: in Korean, English, and also in Japanese below] and “Fan Support for Jaejoong’s Activities from Japan”. The cherry blossoms as the Ad background look really pretty. Jaejoong is everywhere in Seoul and in the subway now.