To all Chunsa/JYJers….
My Hello represent “Girl Power” dedicated to 3 Ladies. Bo Won, Cha Young n ahjumma who help Pres. Lee….They’re all awesome.
My fav pic from this eps is this one….XD…
Just wanna compare Han Tae Kyung with Park Yoo Chun. LOL…. Can’t really see his collarbones but can see his broad shoulder. Cant see his dimple & wide smile in 3 Days but its fine. Love the difference he gave to Us as Han Tae Kyung.
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JYJ’s Yoochun gave his message of thanks to his fellow cast and staff of ‘Three Days’ and gave his condolences to those affected by the Sewol tragedy.
Yoochun shared through his agency C-JeS Entertainment, “It feels like just yesterday that I met Han Tae Kyung who fights to protect the president, nation, faith, and justice, and I am really thankful for the days I spent [as him].”
“I am very thankful for and will never forget the methods to tell a more deep and sincere story through my eyes and warm words of advice from the director, writer, and the sunbaenims including president Son Hyun Joo and chief guard Jang Hyun Sung… I respect everyone who work hard for what they believe in. I will join in pain, sorrow, and suffering in light of the Sewol accident. I want to give my condolences to the precious people who we lost. Thank you.”
With the 16th episode, SBS Wednesday, Thursday drama ’Three Days’ where Park Yoo-Cheon took the main role ended.
In the drama, Park Yoo-Cheon took the role of Han Tae-Gyeong, the elite security guard in the Blue House. Catching audiences with his potent charisma, impressive emotions through his eyes, and daring, brilliant action. He proved the power of ‘actor Park Yoo-Cheon’ again.
Although action performance was not easy to him because of his shoulder injury, he released his whole ‘action instinct’ through playing various action scenes such as train action, window action and elevator action. His dynamic action performance was one of the charming points of ‘Three Days’.
Park Yoo-Cheon’s distinct point, emotion playing also wasn’t dropped out. Han Tae-Gyeong as a son who despaired of his father’s death, and Han Tae-Gyeong as a guard who struggled in whirlpool of the huge incident, he perfectly digested through his eyes and facial expression.
Director Shin Gyeong-Soo –who directed– highly praised him, saying “Doing more and more, I was surprised. He showed new interpretations and quick reactions in each scenes, I felt Park Yoo-Cheon as the guard Han Tae-Gyeong itself. Park Yoo-Cheon is an excellent actor who is smart, reacts rapidly and has great creativity that produces details.”