Supermarket Support for <Missing You> started from November 15th to December 14th
We’ve always said that we want Yoochun to see Chinese Chunsas’ love, so after knowing Yoochun’s participation in “Missing You” we had began to consider various possibilities, hoping to help advertise Yoochun’s new drama and show his international influence.
In the end, we decided to aim for the population in control of the tv remotes – the housewives, and the location where they frequent – supermarkets. As the filming schedule rapidly unfolds and comparing different methods’ costs as well as effectiveness, we settled on support through supermarket shopping carts.
Based on our budget, we chose the largest supermarket in Korea, Emart, and placed the advertisement at the three locations (Seongsu, Yeongdeungpo, and Cheonggyecheon) with the biggest traffic in the Seoul area.
We placed 390 carts total in the three stores (the contracted amount was 380, but the contractor provided 10 extra for free, thus we placed 130 carts in each store, totaling to 390 in the end). The advertisement period will be from 11/15/1012 to 12/14/2012.
Below are the design of the ads and the actual photos of the carts:
International fans can now register at the c-jes store! Follow these simple instructions.
1. Go to http://cjesstore.com/ and click JOIN
2. You will be directed to a page that shows c-jes store membership service. Click “for foreigners” found at the bottom of the page.
3. Fill up the required fields (those marked with *)
Kim Jae-joong’s comic acting in his movie debut is drawing a positive reaction from fans, according to media reports yesterday.
“Code Name: Jackal,” which was released Thursday, features the singer as a fictional idol star, Choi Hyun, who is abducted by assassin Bong Min-jung, played by Song Ji-hyo.
In a desperate effort to get her to release him, the pretty-face singer tries to please her with self-deprecating acts, such as slapstick comedy and comical singing.
“Is that really Kim Jae-joong? I didn’t know he had such a comical side in him,” said an audience on a Web site forum. Another said he looked so different from “Dr. Jin,” a just-finished MBC drama. “I was concerned that his good looks may be a hindrance to comedy, but he did it terrifically,” said another fan of the K-pop star.
Kim, 26, a pillar of the three-member boy group JYJ, made a debut as an actor with the 2011 SBS drama, “Protect The Boss,” through which he received the New Star award during the SBS Drama Awards.
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