[TRANS] Monk Haemin, thank you….
[JYJ3 Note: Jaejoong is referring to influential Buddhist Monk Haemin (@haeminsunim)
Excerpt of what Monk Haemin said earlier: “Please try to live using your heart and not your head~” ]
Last week, Jaejoong‘s mini album ‘I‘ had ranked #1 in Taiwan and Japan, in addition to taking the top ranking on the Korean Vchart for China’s biggest music video site, Yinyuetai.
This week, he managed to rank #1 again on Yinyuetai for the 2nd week in a row. As further proof of Jaejoong’s popularity on the site, his music video on Yinyuetai has accumulated more that 10.1 million views, while the same music video on YouTube has garnered nearly 1.8 million views. Additionally, he was also ranked #2 on Billboard‘s World Album Chart.
His first solo album has been seeing a tremendous amount of popularity, and his solo concert is also receiving an incredible amount of interest.
To meet his fans across Asia, Jaejoong will be embarking on an Asia tour, starting with Thailand on February 17th.
ALL LOVE FOR YOU
Not long into 2013, Kim Jaejoong brings his new solo, a daring new attempt, giving everyone a visual shock and impact. But this is only the beginning, the demon king has great things in store in the days to come!
Daring Interpretation – Jaejoong Effect
The first teaser of Kim Jaejoong’s solo album is one where he closed his eyes, emerging from darkness. The focal point of the photo is his eyes, where intricate decorative lace lashes have been attached. This effect instantly stunned everyone, and fans discovered after scouring the internet, that the way Jaejoong wore the eye-do surpassed even the product’s professional model, and fully expressed his personality and charm. In addition, Jaejoong once again demonstrated his ‘Kim Jaejoong’ effect, that this particular type of lace lash extensions sold out within hours after the teaser was released. Read More →
[TRANS] Please expect a lot in the Thailand concert^^
[TRANS] Does anyone know MOLDIR?
[TRANS] Photos! Tomorrow..
[TRANS] Oi, Kim Genius~!
“Miss Ripley” was just one test; after experiencing trials, Park Yuchun set out with a new challenge in March 2012, through SBS “Rooftop Prince”, he showed his comic acting.
Having started his acting with a historical drama, Park Yuchun in “Rooftop Prince” acted as ‘Lee Gak’, the main lead who adds comic elements in a fantasy historical drama. Through Lee Gak, Park Yuchun’s true value totally shone forth. With just 3 works, he consolidated his status as an actor and also gained fame as a true and worthy lead actor. Park Yuchun did not have any greed, his only aim was to ‘enjoy doing it’, and thus only focused on the role.
“I totally let myself go. Just simply thinking about Lee Gak, and that’s why I was able to act. I did not think about how to make myself look good, just focused on Lee Gak. Instead there were scenes that were edited away because my expression was too realistic.”
At the shoot, he no longer shrunk back. If he had parts that he did not understand, he actively asked questions to seek acting solutions. “Acting in this drama, I naturally merged into the scene. In the past, I used to be anxious, now not anymore. If I didn’t know what kind of feeling is a better interpretation, I would ask without any hesitation.”
It seems that through “Rooftop Prince”, he has only now become a true actor.