Shoutout to all Park Yu-Chun fans! <HAEMOO> will be in cinemas this October! Based on true events, #HAEMOO is the story of a group of fishermen who are driven into madness when their attempt to smuggle illegal migrants ends in a horrible tragedy. PARK Yu-chun has taken on a diverse range of characters through projects such as <ROOFTOP PRINCE>, <MISS RIPLEY>, <SUNGKYUNKWAN SCANDAL> and has garnered the praise of audiences and critics alike, winning a score of TV awards along the way. Stay tuned for more updates! 喜欢朴有天的粉丝注意啦! 朴有天 首部银幕之作《海雾》, 即将在新加坡十月份上映! 韩星朴有天此前凭《想你》、《屋塔房王世子》、《成均馆绯闻》等多数电视剧中表现亮眼, 首次挑战电影引起了广大关注! 《海雾》是以2007年首演的话剧原作为基础，刻画了走私船上人们的悲剧故事. 敬请期待! #cloverfilms #parkyuchun #海霧 #海雾 instagram.com/p/sjXE5YGXPA
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[by Choi Song Hee, translated by Sora Ghim, photo by Kim Chi Yoon] He went beyond expectations. After ‘Sea Fog,’ Park Yoo Chun has more of an actor image now, than a singer. Regardless of the criticism and disbelief in him for acting in a big screen film, Park Yoo Chun proved them wrong.
I always thought he was only a shining star. He’s always been involved with other celebrities who always have a smile on their face, but as soon as we started to work, Park Yoo Chun showed he has a deeper side to him. Even with the start as an idol singer and peoples’ doubt in his skill in acting, he has come to the point where being called an actor is no longer awkward.
For his recent film, ‘Sea Fog,’ bntnews met with Park Yoo Chun for an early morning interview and pictorial shoot.
It started with a little conversation, asking about his health after hearing he was suffering from the effects of a cold, to which he replied, “Just a little [sick]” and laughing lightly. His confidence and quiet manner of speaking showed his ability to calmly overcome any hurdles in his way.
For his first movie, everyone though he would choose a genre he’s good at, such as a melodrama or romantic comedy, so it came as a surprise when he was casted for ‘Sea Fog.’ It seemed like he was prepared to hear this response. He became serious and expressed his true emotions about accepting the role and what he did to make it easier for him to meet the expectations set for him.
At the comment that his choice for his first big screen role considered to be unexpected, he merely shook his shoulders with the reply, ‘I don’t know. I never felt that it was unexpected.” After some thought, he added, “It does seem out of my usual genres. It’s the truth that I was attracted to this heavy and complex production.”
SCENE #1 15th March、The 10 o’clock air in the morning
You can hardly tell the temparature was above 0 degrees when the March coldness sipped into our thick parkers (hoodies). There were about 50 staff and casts crowding in front of a building in Goyang City (T/N: 高陽市 a city north of South Korea). As if to dissolve the terrible cold when filming so early in the morning, the staff were even wearing 2 parkers.
This is the filming location for SBS Wed/Thurs drama < 3 Days >. It was already a hot topic (T/N: original Korean expression used here is HOT POTATO) even from the production stage. The genre is detective action “thriller”, rarely seen in Korean drama world. And there the producer of <Tree With Deep Roots> Shin Gyong Soo teamed-up with writer of <Sign> and <Ghosts> Kim Eun Hee, and led to this being labeled as “a drama that you can trust and watch”.
And on top of this solid platform we have the main casts Park Yuchun and Son Hyun Joo. It’s a story about a President security officer = Han Tae Kyung (Park Yuchun) who goes on to solve the mystery of the missing President = Lee Dong Hui (Son Hyun Joo) and the suspicious death of his father. The charisma of Tae Kyung, who protects the President with his life, can also be exuded from the stiff and rigid lines he speaks. Even when a gun was put in his face, he says happily “Go ahead and shoot. Do you think a security officer is afraid of guns?”.
The well-known soft and sad gaze of Park Yuchun turns into “passionate anger” when it meets the character Tae Kyung. I am not used to meeting “Tae Kyung” Park Yuchun but was looking forward to it.
I saw someone I know amongst the staff. Actor Park Yuchun. Close-up his face looked haggard and voice husky. Seems that after he finished filming yesterday morning and tried straightening his back on the bed for a while, his phone rang and he had to gather for filming again. Not just Yuchun. Staff who gathered for filming carried their tiredness from yesterday too, and were preparing indifferently the battle-field for another round of filming.
It was 12th and 13th March, that weekend after episode 3 and 4 were aired. There was a strange air of nervousness among the staff gathering to film episode 6. Special make-up team was again very busy. Another incident was about to hit Tae Kyung. In order to express that emotion well, rounds of rehearsals were done. For just 1 scene, lines were practised many times, and all the staff were holding onto their breath. And then everyone watched “Tae Kyung” crying and screamed. OK was given.
SCENE #2 Director and Actor, the atmosphere surrounding 2 men
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At that time, I intended to do this interview from various angles but
You can say that I’ve missed the timing
When thinking that this is already the year 2014……
Things that you have already heard about or
Things that you probably have no interest in, but I’ve not edited them out
And so, these may no longer be new but
I will disclose them as the finale episodes from my perspective
Anything that I can disclose about them, these will be the last
I interviewed them based on the sequence they came out from the recording studio
Let me show them in this sequence
First of all, about Junsu
While I was preparing for the interview, Jaejoong came and sat next to me overseeing this
He uploaded the photo taken at that time in his twitter right
I also have photos but because of copyrights, I can’t upload them
Sorry about that (⌒∇⌒)
Interview with Yuchun was recorded the following day
2009 | Heaven’s Postman – Shin Jae Joon
2010 | Sunao ni Narenakute – Park Sung Soo
2011 | Protect the Boss – Cha Mu Won
2012 | Dr. Jin – Kim Kyung Tak
2012 | Jackal is Coming – Choi Hyun
2014 | Triangle – Heo Young Dal / Jang Song Chul
2010 | Sungkyunkwan Scandal – Lee Sun Joon
2011 | Miss Ripley – Song Yoo Hyun
2012 | Rooftop Prince – Lee Gak
2012 | Missing You – Han Jung Woo
2014 | Three Days – Han Tae Kyung
2014 | Sea Fog – Dong Sik
2010 | Mozart! – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
2011 | Tears of Heaven – Junhyung
2011 | Mozart! – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
2012 | Elisabeth – Tod/Death
2013 | Elisabeth – Tod/Death
2013 | December – Jiwook
2014 | Dracula – Count Dracula