Park Yoochun revealed a humorous picture set showing off his fashion sense.
Earlier today, he tweeted, “Us these days” along with the above picture of him and his co-stars from SBS‘s ‘Rooftop Prince‘. The pictures showed the friendly vibe the co-stars shared on set.
Then, Park Yoochun tweeted “For our black card, the shoes” along with the last picture that showed full body shots of all the stars. The photo amused fans revealing Jung Yumi wearing sneakers with her formal dress, Lee Tae Sung wearing waterproof boots with his suit, and Park Yoochun and Han Ji Min wearing slippers with their outfits.
After seeing the photos especially the last picture, fans commented, “I was scrolling down and laughed really hard“, “They all look so nice“, “I want to be those slippers“, “My prince, aren’t your feet cold?“, “How can he be so handsome“, and “Let’s go ‘Rooftop Prince’, 1st in viewers rating!”
(@ccoccary writes music and lyrics, and translates lyrics for musicals. @nylong is a musical director)
@ccoccary: Kim Junsu, the ‘Death.’ His voice-sharp and full of harmonics-sucked up the whole theatre like a huge vacuum, carried by his movements like a leopardess. He really is an incredible person, who deserves applause and cheering. I want him to do Oscar of Rose of Versailles.(T/N: Rose of Versailles is a animations that was very very popular in Korea)
@nylong: @ccoccary Lepoadessㅎㅎ I think the Tod character in Elizabeth essentially needs to be bisexual. You shouldn’t expect eternalness to a love of a bisexual. His love equals death~
@ccoccary: @nylong He was so pretty.. I usually think it’s unattractive or weird when a man is pretty but he was fantastic!
@nylong: @ccoccary You fell in love with actor Junsu’s charm. Why don’t we dedicate(T/N: ‘dedicate’ means making a musical only for a specific actor) a musical (to him)ㅋ 3 weeks with just one character.
@ccoccary: @nylong Ku-hakhakㅋㅋㅋLet’s make a fortune firstㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋBtw I was his fan since Mozart! Such a vacuum-like actor Kimㅋㅋㅋ Read More →
I had the opportunity to go on Friday to the Symposium at the University of Michigan and attended the seminars (with the exception of the first block since I drove 3 hours and I overslept 30 minutes >~<), including “Of the fans, by the fans, for the fans – the Republic of JYJ” by Professor Seung-Ah Lee of Los Angles City College. As a scholar, the conference as a whole was very informational and looking forward to the book that the university is planning to published within a year that includes the scholarly papers for each speaker, including the one regarding JYJ ;D.
Jaejoong’s Japanese fans held a “JJ Party Vol. 2” in Tokyo today. The same organizers held a ‘JJ Party’ in Osaka earlier this year and in Tokyo (Vol. 1) last year.