[Trans] 120802 JYJ Park Yoochun Deleted His Twitter Account, “Changes To Emotional State – Nope. No Other Special Reason.”

[Trans] 120802 JYJ Park Yoochun Deleted His Twitter Account, “Changes To Emotional State – Nope. No Other Special Reason.”

On the night of the 1st. Park Yoochun left a message on his Twitter, “Always supporting me and giving me love, I am really always thankful. I will try to meet (everyone) in the future through good activities, good music and acting… ^^ Truthfully grateful once again, I love you all!!”. After leaving this message, he left Twitter.

Park Yoochun created his Twitter account on the 16th October in 2010 and started to interact with fans through this. After which, Park Yoochun would relate his feelings through Twitter or shared his photos with his friends, attracting fans’ attention.

 Park Yoochun who used to do all that, recently wrote about his woes on whether to delete his Twitter account or not. After he left his last greeting for fans on the 1st, he deleted his Twitter account.

Regarding this, Park Yoochun’s representative company told TVDaily that, “To join or leave SNS is a very natural thing that can be done by anyone, isn’t it? So is Park Yoochun. There’s no special reason or anything happened to his emotional state. Hope that fans will not worry.”

On the other hand, Park Yoochun will be starting his Asian fan meeting starting on the 25th at Shanghai.

source: TVDaily
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Translation 111006 Choi Kang Hee Praises Kim Jaejoong’s Acting,” He’s Naturally Gifted At Understanding Emotions”

[TRANS] 111006 Choi Kang Hee Praises Kim Jaejoong’s Acting, ” He’s Naturally Gifted At Understanding Emotions”

Actress Choi Kang Hee (34) highly praised Kim Jaejoong(25)’s acting.

In an interview with TV Report on the 5th, Choi Kang Hee said, “Isn’t he such a great actor?” as soon as a question about Kim Jaejoong was posed to her.

The actress took on the role of No Eun Seol in the recently ended SBS TV drama ‘Protect the Boss’ and worked alongside Ji Sung as Cha Ji Hun and Kim Jaejoong as Cha Mu Won.

Kim Jaejoong, for whom ‘Protect the Boss’ was his first domestic drama, was praised by many for his stable acting during the entire drama. Even Choi Kang Hee, his acting senior, didn’t hold back on her praise for him.

Choi Kang Hee said, “Jaejoong’s personality is so different from Cha Mu Won’s in real life that it made me think that he would have been more comfortable playing Cha Ji Hun,” and “When I first received the script, I thought that Cha Mu Won was the hardest role to take on. But when I heard that a rookie would be playing the part, I found myself thinking of the immense amount of pressure that was placed on Jaejoong’s shoulders. It’s a role that even I would worry a lot about. But he just took off running from the start. He was really good, even when he had just received his script that day, and I was surprised.

She also reminisced and added, “Even after we had a run-through, people were really worried out of their concern for him. But I had a good feeling about him. So after the run-through, I walked up to the director and told him, ‘I think if you just leave him be, he’ll be great’,” and “I thought it would do him more harm than good if Jaejoong was told how to talk and walk as Cha Mu Won, so we just let him be and he did really well. I think he’s naturally gifted at understanding emotions.

Emphasizing that, “I’ve never once felt worried about Jaejoong,” Choi Kang Hee smiled as she sad, “Jaejoong didn’t get tense on location and he seemed at ease with himself. Ji Sung and I have been acting for a long time, so we automatically know what kind of acting works for dramas. Although Jaejoong was a rookie, he would unexpectedly crank out such great scenes and I found that so amazing. So our female editors all fell for Jaejoong.

Source: [TV Report]

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