[TRANS] 140123 Photos Of Park Yoochun Training For His Bodyguard Role In ‘Three Days’ Are Released


Photos of Park Yoochun training for his role as a bodyguard in his upcoming drama have been released.

On the 23rd, SBS’ new Wednesday-Thursday drama ‘Three Days’ released photos of Park Yoochun training for his role as a bodyguard.

Playing the role of ‘Han Tae Kyung’, a charismatic bodyguard who lets nothing pass by him, Park Yoochun is busy training for his role.

A representative of the drama’s production company stated, “We are so grateful that ‘Three Days’, a traditional action genre drama, is garnering so much attention when most popular dramas these days have multiple genres.”

They continued to state, “Bringing in Park Yoochun to play the leading role has put the drama in the spotlight of the entire Asian continent, and this pressures us to work even harder to create a better drama. However, we believe in screenwriter Kim Eun Hui and the actors are all working hard and doing their best.”

‘Three Days’ will begin airing after ‘You, Who Came From The Stars’ in February and will feature a star-studded cast that includes Park Yoochun, Sohn Hyun Joo, Park Ha Sun, Soh Yi Hyun, Yoon Jae Moon, Choi Won Young and Jang Hyun Sung.

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[TRANS] 140124 A Fanmade Teaser For Park Yoochun’s SBS Drama ‘Three Days’ Is Released.. Set To Be A Big Hit


A fanmade teaser for SBS’ new Wednesday-Thursday drama ‘Three Days’ was recently uploaded.

As the drama scheduled to air after ‘You, Who Came From The Stars’ on the 26th of February, ‘Three Days’ is a mystery suspense and melodrama that depicts the story of a bodyguard doing his best to find the president, who mysteriously disappears with three gunshots fired. With a fanmade poster recently released, a teaser has also been created.

A 1 minute and 16 second-long fanmade teaser video was recently uploaded on YouTube (http://youtu.be/bV1G-dbLkLU), and has been met with an explosive response from fans.

Scenes from ‘I Miss You’ were used for Park Yoochun (Blue House bodyguard Han Tae Kyung), scenes from ‘Golden Empire’ were used for Sohn Hyun Joo (President Lee Dong Hwee), scenes of ‘Two Weeks’ were used for Park Ha Sun (Policewoman Yoon Bo Won) and scenes from ‘Who Are You’ were used for Soh Yi Hyeon (Blue House bodyguard Lee Cha Young).

Scenes from ‘The King Two Hearts’ and ‘Heirs’ were used for Yoon Jae Moon and Choi Won Young respectively (Blue House chief secretary Shin Kyu Jin and Jaeshin Group’s Kim Do Jin), while scenes from ‘Good Morning President’ were used to make the video even more realistic.

With an introduction of both the director and screenwriter, as well as subtitles that said, ‘The President goes to his townhouse for a vacation’, ‘He disappears with three shots fired’, the teaser video looked real enough to receive the stamp of approval from fans.

The video has gathered 18,000 videos till today, and is quickly spreading. Netizens left positive comments like, “I can’t wait for this drama.”

SBS stated, “‘Three Days’ is probably the only drama that has fanmade posters and teaser videos created so early,” and “We would like to sincerely thank the netizens who created these, and we hope that their efforts help spread interest in the drama.

Meanwhile, ‘Three Days’ will bring together screenwriter Kim Eun Hee and director Shin Kyung Soo, and air every Wednesday and Thursday at 10pm from the 26th of February.

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[TRANS] 140123 The Transformation Of A Young Star… Park Yoochun Gets Physical

Park Yoochun to make his comeback to the drama industry through ‘Three Days’

Playing the role of the president’s bodyguard… high anticipation for his action-packed acting

Actor Park Yoochun will be making a transformation for his return to the drama industry.

Park Yoochun will be playing the role of Han Tae Kyung, a bodyguard of the president of Korea, in SBS’ new Wednesday-Thursday drama ‘Three Days’, which will begin airing on the 26th of February. Having made his mark in the industry as a youthful melodrama actor through productions like ‘SungKyunKwan Scandal’ and ‘I Miss You’, Park Yoochun plans to come back through an action-packed and thrilling storyline.


‘Three Days’ is an action-genre drama that depicts the disappearance of the president while he is resting in his townhouse.

In the drama, Park Yoochun plays the role of the president’s bodyguard who is being chased because of a false charge made against him. His quick wits and body movements propel him towards an explanation for his predicament. As an athletic character who is fluent in a variety of martial arts, Han Tae Kyung will help Park Yoochun make a successful transformation into an action-genre actor. It has been revealed that the star has been receiving special lessons from bodyguards of the Blue House to learn their stance and job specifics.

One representative of the drama stated, “It’s a character that hasn’t been seen often in Korean dramas,” and “He’s not just a bodyguard, he’s a character with abilities that surpass that of a secret service agent.” As a 16-episode drama that follows an event that takes place across three days, a variety of details and specifics is expected to create a high level of tension and excitement for viewers.

Meanwhile, Park Yoochun’s popularity is helping the drama become the focus of attention for overseas markets. Broadcasting rights for the drama have already been sold in China on the basis that it will be a drama that features Park Yoochun.

The aforementioned representative explained, “China has become very interested in recent Korean dramas like ‘Heir’s and ‘You, Who Came From the Stars’,” and “Park Yoochun has been able to reaffirm his popularity.”

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[Info] 121227 ‘I Miss You’ vs ‘Jeon Woo Chi’…Who’s The Top of Wed-Thu Dramas?

[Info] 121227 ‘I Miss You’ vs ‘Jeon Woo Chi’…Who’s The Top of Wed-Thu Dramas?

‘Jeon Woo Chi’ of KBS2 and ‘I Miss You’ of MBC is having a hot competition for the top of Wed-Thu dramas.

According to AFB Nielsen Media Research, ‘Jeon Woo Chi’ on 26th recorded 12.2% of national audience rating. It’s 0.3% higher than its previous episode’s 11.9% on 20th. ‘Jeon Woo Chi’ that had to yield the top position to ‘I Miss You’ before has kept the top for 2 consecutive weeks from the last week, but it’s not the time to be comfortable since ‘I Miss You’ is chasing after ‘Jeon Woo Chi’ closely.

‘I Miss You’ recorded 10.5% on 26th, and it’s 0.8% higher than its previous episode’s audience rating, 9.7% of 20th. The increase of the audience rating of ‘I Miss You’ is bigger than ‘Jeon Woo Chi’, and the gap between the audience ratings of two dramas is only 1.7%.

According to another audience rating research company, TNmS, ‘I Miss You’ recorded 15.2% and ‘Jeon Woo Chi’ recorded 13%. Two dramas are showing a hot competition, which gains attention for the future race.

Meanwhile, ‘Dae Pung Su’ of SBS recorded 8.5%.

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[TRANS] 121209 “Park Yoochun’s Hidden Talents Are Endless.. He Will Find Great Success As An Actor”

[TRANS] 121209 “Park Yoochun’s Hidden Talents Are Endless.. He Will Find Great Success As An Actor”

“Yoochun has an endless source of potential and charm. He will find great success as an actor.”

Acting veteran Song Ok Suk(52) has given JYJ’s Park Yoochun(26), a fellow actor on MBC’s ‘I Miss You’, high praise for his work.

We met with her recently at the SBS production center in Goyang, Gyeonggi and she stated, “I’m usually very stingy about my appraisal of rookie actors, but Yoochun is an exception.”

This is the actress’ second time working with Park Yoochun on a drama, with the first being SBS’ ‘Rooftop Prince’ earlier this year.

“In ‘Rooftop Prince’, we never had any scenes together so I would just watch him work, and even then, I got the feeling that he works very hard. When I heard he was a idol-singer-turned-actor, I just dismissed him and thought he would do a half-hearted job. But he was always very hardworking.”

She added, “I don’t usually talk about my juniors, but I always talk about Yoochun because he deserves to be praised and has great potential,” and “He’s able to express his emotions very well these days and I’m proud of him because he has the passion and talent to pick things up immediately once you teach him something.”

Song Ok Suk and Park Yoochun play the roles of a mother who lost her daughter to a murderer and the friend of that daughter respectively. The two characters have lived together like mother and son for the past 14 years as the pain of that memory has brought them together.

“Amongst my juniors, there are those who don’t listen to what I’m teaching them, and those who just don’t understand what I’m trying to say. If they’ve made the decision to become an actor, they should take on every challenge and work hard like a professional, but there are some that just try to take the easy way out and go with the flow. When I see kids like that, it makes me feel sad. But Yoochun is different from all those other people. Though he may have started off as an idol singer, he always works hard to go beyond that. I’ve seen a great deal of people throughout my thirty year career, and ‘survival of the fittest’ applies in our industry as well; if you don’t make an effort, you won’t last.”

She smiled as she said, “The women around me say they watch ‘I Miss You’ because of Park Yoochun,” and “The storyline of the drama gives me a hard time, but I enjoy being on set to watch Yoochun. People are so envious of me.”

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[News] 121207 ‘I Miss You’ Became #1 on Wed-Thu Dramas…Defeated ‘Jeon Woo Chi’

[News] 121207 ‘I Miss You’ Became #1 on Wed-Thu Dramas…Defeated ‘Jeon Woo Chi’

I Miss You’ got the top of Wed-Thu dramas after defeating ‘Jeon Woo Chi’.

According to AGB Nielsen Media Research, ‘I Miss You’ on 6th recorded 11.5% of national audience rating. It’s 0.5% higher than its previous episode’s audience rating, which made it record its highest audience rating.

‘I Miss You’ became #1 among Wed-Thu dramas for the first time after it was released on November 7. The audience rating of the drama increased steadily, and finally it passed the audience rating of ‘Jeon Woo Chi’.

In ‘I Miss You’ on 6th, Joy(Yun Eun-Hye’s role) said to her mother Kim Myeong-Hee(Song Ok-Suk’s role) that she is Lee Su-Yeon, but also said that she cannot go back to Lee Su-Yeon. Kim Myeong-Hee cried out while saying that she will do that for her daughter, which made audiences cried. Also, it came out that a murderer of Kang Sang-Deuk was a janitor of a police office(Kim Mi-Kyeong’s role). Jeong-Woo(Park Yu-Cheon’s role) who suspected her went to her house, and fell down by a taser.

Meanwhile, ‘Jeon Woo Chi’ of KBS2 that had been #1 recorded 10.8%. ‘Dae Pung Su’ of SBS recorded 9.0% of audience rating.

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Editors Note: I Miss You Episodes One through Four

I Miss You  Episodes One through Four

What marvelous acting, sets, and screen play through Episodes One to Four!!!  I believe that this will remain a deeply moving melodrama from start to finish. Micky Yoochun emerges as the adult Han Jung Woo in Episode 5, and from a glimpse at the previews, this will be a challenging role that he is well able to portray. There is an immense depth of emotion and Park Yoochun is able to play this character emotionally, physically, mentally, and, yes, spiritually. All of these are a part of us all.

I commend the young actors, Yeo Jin-Gu and Kim So-Hyeon for their remarkably real portrayal of their characters. They have set a standard for all to follow. I left the fourth Episode with hope that Lee Su Yeon is found quickly and that the perpetrators will have to live with the results of their actions.

I would not ever want to see this happen to any family and especially to this distraught mother, father, and sister. Han Jung Woo has hardened himself to deal with the pain, as has Lee Su-Yeon. Can they truly open their hearts again?

I  bow as you enter this melodrama Micky Yoochun, and the best to you, the cast, and the production.

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[News] 121113 ‘I Miss You’ Park Yu-Cheon, Turned Into A Homicide Detective

[News] 121113 ‘I Miss You’ Park Yu-Cheon, Turned Into A Homicide Detective

Park Yu-Cheon of JYJ has changed into a homicide detective perfectly.

Park Yu-Cheon appearing in the drama ‘I Miss You’ of MBC released a photograph of himself expressing his rage with a clenched fist to a prisoner. In the photograph, he showed a strong charisma, which gathers expectations for his changed acting.

An official of the drama said, “Since he has the role of a homicide detective in the drama, he showed wild and sharp eyes. His action scenes will also be one of distinctive parts in the drama.”

On 12th, a photograph of Park Yu-Cheon singing in a karaoke was released, which announces a changed story of actors from young actors.

Meanwhile, ‘I Miss You’ which is going to broadcasted on 14th will have a scene of being apart of young Jeong-Woo(Yeo Jin-Gu’s role) and Su-Yeon(Kim So-Hyeon’s role).

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From the Community: Licensed for the Indonesia, Malaysia, Europe, Middle-East, Africa and Oceania Regions. Other areas: Available for QCs Only

From the Community: ‘I Miss You”

Licensed for the Indonesia, Malaysia, Europe, Middle-East, Africa and Oceania regions.
Other areas: available for QCs only

Also with:
Do Ji Won (as Hwang Miran, a fox who puts on an evilish smile)
Yeo Jin Goo and Kim So Yeon (Child Actors)
(more to come)

The loss of your first love can influence everything you do and every decision you make for the rest of your life. Han Jung Woo (Park Yoo Chun) is a homicide detective who pursues murderers and puts them behind bars. When he was in high school, he was in love with a girl whose father was a murderer. She would get bullied and teased by other kids, and Jung Woo would always stand up for her and try to protect her. But an accident separates the two lovers, and each is forced to go on with his and her life. But Jung Woo has never given up his love for his first love.

Fourteen years later, that girl, Lee Su Yeon (Yoon Eun Hye) is a fashion designer who is still haunted by her past but trying to move on with her life. She is dating financial consultant Kang Hyun Jun (Yoo Seung Ho), who adores her and will do anything for her. But his jealousy emerges when Su Yeon and Jung Woo meet again by chance in adulthood and their past feelings for each other surface. Kim Eun Joo (Jang Mi In Ae), an artist, also is envious of Su Yeon’s hold on Jung Woo’s heart. Will Jung Woo lose his first love twice in his life, or does fate have other plans for them?

“I Miss You” is a South Korean drama series directed by Lee Jae Dong.

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[Info] 121110 Song Ji Hyo Promotes Park Yoo Chun’s New Drama ‘Missing You’

[Info] 121110 Song Ji Hyo Promotes Park Yoo Chun’s New Drama ‘Missing You’

Actress Song Ji Hyo updated her facebook page on 9th November, saying “Yuchun, thank you for coming to my premiere yesterday! Great photo of you! Go, Yuchun!” with a photo of herself posing in front of a poster from drama ‘Missing You’.

(Photo from : Song Ji Hyo’s Official FB)

According to her update, she visited MBC radio station to promote “Jakal is Coming” and took a picture with Yuchun’s poster in the lift immediately upon seeing it.

‘Missing You’ started airing on 7th November, it has received good responses from the audience due to the excellent acting of the child actors. Park Yoo Chun’s first appearance was in episode 2, although it was a short appearance but he has already left a good impression.

In the meanwhile, Song Ji Hyo and JYJ’s Kim Jae Joong’s movie ‘Jackal is Coming’ will be in cinema from 15th November onwards.

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[Trans] 121101 Adult Version of ‘Missing You’ Trailer Revealed… Park Yoochun, “Don’t Ever Let Go Of My Hand”‏

[Trans] 121101 Adult Version of ‘Missing You’ Trailer Revealed… Park Yoochun, “Don’t Ever Let Go Of My Hand”‏

The adult version of the most anticipated drama for the second half of the 2012, MBC’s Wednesday-Thursday ‘Missing You’ trailer with the leads Park Yoochun and Yoon Eun Hye were revealed recently.

On the 31st night, in the trailer of Park Yoochun-Yoon Eun Hye version for drama ‘Missing You’, it was filled with sadness and the grieving looks of teary Park Yoochun attracted attention.

Holding on a touching and fresh first love at 15 years old, behind the looks of Han Jung Woo (Yeo Jin Guk) and Lee Soo Yeon (Kim So Hyun) with solemn family histories. It then led to a uncertain Yoon Eun Hye who kept saying ‘Sorry’ while seems to be on the run from someone, together with Park Yoochun who painfully grieved while holding up a gun and shouting ‘Don’t ever let go of my hand this time’. Their portrayal predicts their tough and difficult love.

When the 1st and 2nd episodes’ trailer of Yeo Jin Guk and Kim So Hyun were revealed, there were reports and heated discussions on various sites and forums. The revelation of the adult version with Park Yoochun and Yoon Eun Hye has also aroused attention and making anticipation for the premiere broadcast in a week’s time.

In the forum of drama ‘Missing You’, there were many who commented, “Am curious on how Park Yoochun and Yoon Eun Hye will take over the love story from Yeo Jin Guk and Kim So Hyun.”, “Han Jung Woo’s tears shocked me!”, “The trailer looks like a movie.”, “Missing You. I wish to watch it as soon as possible.”, “Just by the trailer, it seems to be on the route to a hit drama.” etc.

‘Missing You’ is a hide-and-seek love story about a couple who held on their 15-year-old first love and their development after they grow up. It will premiere on the 7th this month.

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4th 티져] Yoon Eun Hye 윤은혜, Park Yoochun 유천 & 유승호- MBC ‘Missing You’ 보고싶다

This role seems very intense, Yoochun. This will stretch your acting muscles. Fighting!!! Chunnie. We love you. 🙂

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[News] 121030 ‘I Miss You’ Lee Sae Young, Casted for Park YooChun’s Sister Role

[News] 121030 ‘I Miss You’ Lee Sae Young, Casted for Park YooChun’s Sister Role

Actress Lee Sae Young was casted for MBC drama ‘I Miss You’.

lee sae young casted for i miss you

Actress Lee Sae Young was casted for MBC drama “I Miss You.”

Lee Sae Young, who recently came out in several dramas and proved her superior acting skills, was casted for Park Yoo Chun’s younger sister Han Ah Reum in “I Miss You.”

Lee Sae Young has been acting since she was a child actress, and in “I Miss You,” she will be coming out as a silly yet lovely girl.

A staff member of “I Miss You” said, “She has the pros of acting skills that do not stop growing and a superior beauty, which is perfect for the role that she’ll be taking.”

“I Miss You” is about the first love of 15-year-olds who continue to live their lives, not being able to forget the scars and hurts from their love.

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