Readers know that a few days ago, Yoochun and the cast of Ripley went to Japan for Ripley (see here). A fan account by a grandmother ^^ has been posted.
She wrote about the entire cast, but we excerpt and translate the part just about Yoochun.
Well, you’ve waited (for this). I reveal the photograph of Mr. Park Yoochun. Do you not like how a grandmother (T/N the writer) is next to him (in the photo) Ah… is that so? Sorry about that… Please cut out my face and put in your own.
On the second day, when everyone had gone location-hunting, Yoochun had remained (back) and was resting. Therefore, I wanted him to eat Yobuku (T/N: a location)’s squid, but I instead mde for him the kyudon (T/N: food item, made of beef on top of rice) of Yoyokaku (T/N: the name of the ryokan, i.e., the inn). Usually, there is no kyudon in Yoyokaku. We are not a restaurant.
But, fortunately (T/N: alternatively, what a pleasure that he did so), it seems that he told Ms. Kang Hye Jeong that it was delicious. Ms. Hye Jeong also said that “tomorrow morning I also want to have kyudon.” So I made kyudon from the morning. It seems that Mr. Yoochun gave a large donation as JYJ for those victimized (by the Earthquake).
From the right, Mr. Park Yoochun, the CEO of Yoyokaku, and Director Choi Yi Sub. Mr. Yoochun, perhaps because he had many activities in Japan as Tohoshinki, was very good at Japanese. There was no accents unique to Koreans at all, his pronunciations were those that could not be helped but be believed to be (from a) Japanese. In this drama, it seems that he will be acting as a son of a chaebol (T/N: extremely wealthy) family who has a Japanese mother, named Yutaka.
He ate a lot of shabushabu (T/N: food item, made typically of beef and vegetables and others), saying it was delicious. “I heard that Sakahyun (T/N: location)’s beef was delicious,” (Yoochun said). I don’t know where he heard it but he knew it well.
Because he was wearing a sweater with holes I asked him “are you not cold?” He joked “I am wearing a torn sweater because I’ve no money.” He was a bright young man who was polite to his elders.