Goodbye, 2015. Hello, 2016!
With a brand new year comes plenty of new resolutions, exciting opportunities, and… wonderfully addictive K-dramas! Which actors and actresses will get paired up together this year is anybody’s guess, but the endless possibilities are absolutely thrilling. Along with new couples who will send our hearts fluttering are those unforgettable couples we keep wishing would get reunited for a second round of action.
In no particular order, here are the couples we simply must see again in 2016. Let’s keep our fingers crossed for these pairings!
Park Yoochun and Han Ji Min
There was a time when critics were not so generous in appraising idol stars who took to acting on the big or small screen. While that prejudice is still alive, many of them have successfully overcome criticism to grow into full-fledged actors.
1. Park Yu-chun
Not many people had high expectations for Park Yu-chun in 2010 when the singer said he would start acting. Park made his first appearance on the small screen with “Sungkyunkwan Scandal” and excelled at portraying Lee Sun-joon in the fusion historical drama. The selection of genre for his acting debut was perhaps an ideal one, as fusion historical dramas have historically had mass appeal. Park could have chosen the safe path of acting by choosing a romantic comedy as his follow-up project. Against his fans’ expectations, he decided to go for melodrama. With “Miss Ripley” costarring Lee Da-hae, he built his reputation as an actor. The last two dramas he starred in — “Rooftop Prince” and “Missing You” — also confirmed his talent for acting. Just three years into his acting career, the JYJ member garnered four major acting awards, in the KBS Drama Acting Awards in 2010, Paeksang Arts Awards and MBC Drama Awards in 2011, and SBS Drama Awards in 2012.
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By Suk Gee-hyun (firstname.lastname@example.org)
We surveyed 946 Chinese people in their 20s who are residing in 55 regions of China and researched their preferences of Korean brands toward a total of 20 items. We introduce the 11 chosen brands among them, together with the popular reasons heard from those in China in their 20s.
No.1 Milk brand – Binggrae Banana-flavored Milk
Banana for Park Yuchun?! Is enamored with it?
Park Yuchun consumed this banana milk in drama ‘Rooftop Prince’ that gained great popularity in China.
A funny fact is the fact that we know there is a real banana in this.
Source: Wiki Tree
Translated by: rilanna of JYJ3
Gif credit: 2MOR
Shared by: JYJ3
“DATV is 1 year, all the time Yoochun”
The First Yoochun Hour! A magnificent love that runs around the past and present, a romance-fantasy comedy!
Starting 2nd November (Mon) 23:15~ (2 consecutive episodes)
[TRANS] While looking forward to the first broadcast of #The_Girl_Who_Sees_Smells on April 1 (Wed), let’s go over Mugak aka #Park_Yuchun ‘s former projects?! #Rooftop_Prince #Three_Days
While looking forward to the first broadcast of #The_Girl_Who_Sees_Smells on April 1 (Wed),
Let’s go over Mugak aka “Park Yuchun”‘s former projects?!
#Looking_well_again_at_’Rooftop Prince’_&_’Three Days’
JYJ’s Park Yoo Chun will be leading upcoming SBS TV Wed-Thu drama ‘The Girl Who Sees Smells,’ and he recently expressed his thoughts on why he had accepted the offer to star in it.
‘The Girl Who Sees Smells’ tells the story of a man named Choi Tae Ho (Park Yoo Chun) who lost his younger sister three years ago in the ‘barcode murder’ case, and a woman named Oh Cho Rim (Shin Se Kyung) who miraculously survived from the same incident, but has gained supernatural senses in the process. Besides the tension and suspense, the drama will also depict a romance between a couple who help each other heal from a tragic past.
Park Yoo Chun plays a detective named Choi Moo Gak, who has lost his senses. He expressed in a recent interview that he had decided on starring in the drama, because he was attracted by the role and storyline. Park Yoo Chun also made mention of his previous drama ‘Rooftop Prince’ in 2012, “I am actually also looking forward to working alongside writer Lee Hee Myung, having worked previously with her on ‘Rooftop Prince.’ I am really delighted to be working alongside so many talented people on the production.”
Writer Lee Hee Myung of ‘The Queen of Ambition’ and ‘Rooftop Prince’ will pen the script for ‘The Girl Who Sees Smells,’ while Baek Soo Chan of ‘Pure Pumpkin Flower’ and ‘Bride from Vietnam’ will direct. Besides Park Yoo Chun, the drama will also star Shin Se Kyung, Nam Goong Min, Yoon Jin Seo, Kim So Hyun, and others. The drama will premiere on April 1st, following ‘Hyde Jekyll, Me.’