The producer for Three Days praised JYJ’s Park Yoo Chun for his passion in acting.
SBS’s upcoming drama Three Days held a press conference on March 4 at SBS hall in Yangchun-gu. The conference was attended by EP (executive producer) Kim Young Sup.
In Three Days, Park Yoo Chun will be acting as the president’s bodyguard, pulling off both action scenes as well as the emotional scenes. He is currently filming the drama despite a shoulder injury.
About this, Kim Young Sup EP said, “Actually, Park Yoo Chun is struggling to film now. He tore his ligament while he was filming an action scene, but has been continuing to film. He received acupuncture treatment and even has a physical therapist at the filming site. He also caught a cold as he filmed the movie Sea Fog several days ago. As an EP, I feel thankful for his hard work and dedication. Even though he joined the cast a bit later than others, he has been working really hard.”
Meanwhile, Three Days will be airing the first episode on March 5 following You Who Came From the Stars.
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In regards to Park Yoochun’s performance, EP Kim Young Seob said, “I was moved to admiration by the scene of him shedding tears. As the agony of a man and as the agony of a bodyguard are exposed. I think he really is an excellent actor”.
Notably Park Yoochun executes the performance where Presidential bodyguard Han Tae Kyung loses his father, shedding tears while sitting alone at the bus stop, showing a humane appearance that guides the flow of the drama.
Park Yoochun demonstrated restrained, sensible acting. On this, EP Kim Young Seob lavished praises: “I looked at the tearful scene of Park Yoochun sitting down at the bus stop, that scene broke my heart so much,” and, “Park Yoochun is originally a singer but I think of him as a real actor”.