Translation 111020 Wang Ji Hae Talks About Kim Jaejoong In Her Latest Interview

[TRANS] 111020 Wang Ji Hae Talks About Kim Jaejoong In Her Latest Interview



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Though it’s been a month since SBS’ ‘Protect the Boss’ has handed, it is still fresh in the minds of its viewers. It’s because the drama gave us such fun and interesting characters such as No Eun Seol (Choi Kang Hee), who has nothing but still speaks her mind, Cha Ji Hun (Ji Sung), the perfect chaebol who stimulates our maternal instincts, and Cha Mu Won (Kim Jaejoong), the cold yet caring perfect guy.

Though she first appeared as the bad girl who bullies No Eun Seol, Seo Na Yoon later became a key element of the drama’s success with her bubbly nature. The reason why the Na Yoon-Mu Won couple gained as such support as the Eun Seol- Ji Hun couple cannot solely be because of Kim Jaejoong’s popularity.

It is because Wang Ji Hae, who has taken on many roles as a femme fatale and ‘ChaDoNyeo’ with her sophisticated city look till now, decided to do whatever she could to be comical and cute.

When asked if she was content with her own unique portrayal of a bad girl in ‘Protect the Boss’, Wang Ji Hae said, “I was surprised and happy that people liked what I did. I can’t say that I’m content with what I did. Because I received such a great response, I began to feel a sense of greed to do better, so I feel slightly disappointed. There were times when that greed would ruin it. I tried hard not to be calculating as I played my part.”

Next is our Q&A session with her.


-Your partner was from the popular group JYJ, did you feel pressured about the more affectionate scenes?

▶At first, I did feel pressured, but later on, I didn’t have much time to think about it because I was so busy. I wanted to finish filming the scenes in one take, so I didn’t feel that much pressure when he had to film a scene a second time. At times when I was rewatching the footage, I thought people might not like some of the scenes because I was too enthusiastic but we were able to finish everything without any problems.”

-How was Kim Jaejoong?

▶If Kim Jaejoong had felt like a member of JYJ, then I might have been nervous but because he took on his role as Kim Jaejoong, the rookie actor, I didn’t feel too nervous. He’s honest, easygoing, and true to himself and to others. He’s very considerate of others, he takes care of the staff members and he has a heart that is willing embrace everything, which might come from his years of experience in the entertainment industry. I called him Mu Won and we were at ease with each other as we acted out our scenes. We would share ideas and run lines so we had great chemistry together.

-The members of JYJ came and bought everyone lunch.

▶When they brought us all a buffet, I ate with gusto. It was just one meal but it was something that gave all our staff members great strength. I haven’t done any events for staff members before so I’d like to give it a go in the future.

-Did you ad-lib at times?

▶We did in the last scene where we measured my height and said, “Let’s see how much you’ve grown?” I think the scene went smoothly because we really got into the characters of Mu Won and Na Yoon. Lots of people told me that they could relate to the scene.

-In real life, would you pick Ji Sung or Kim Jaejoong?

▶I think I would pick Ji Hun as a boyfriend and Mu Won as someone I’d want to marry. I like guys who can take care of me because I do get a bit flustered. But I’ve always wanted to share a pure and cozy love with someone.

-Lee Minho, Hyun Bin and Kim Jaejoong, you seem to have a lot of luck when it comes to men?

▶I must have done something good in my past life. Though I haven’t had much luck in terms of popularity, I do think I’m lucky when it comes to coworkers and productions. They were all great. Usually, you come across actors who are selfish and want to stand out but none of them were like that. I was able to act well and share my troubles and concerns with all of them.


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Translation 111014 Wang Ji Hae Almost Died Kissing Kim Jaejoong?

[TRANS] 111014 Wang Ji Hae Almost Died Kissing Kim Jaejoong?

Actress Wang Ji Hae(26) revealed that she almost died kissing someone.

The actress, who received much love from her viewers as the cute and childish Seo Na Yoon in SBS’ ‘Protect the Boss’, confessed, “I filmed a sweet milk kiss with Kim Jaejoong near the end of the drama, and I had such a hard time of it because I have a milk allergy.”

Wang Ji Hae had her viewers kicking up a storm when she shared a milk kiss with Kim Jaejoong, who she had been flirting with throughout the drama. In the scene, Wang Ji Hae wipes the milk off of Kim Jaejoong’s lips and suddenly locks him in a passionate and tantalizing kiss, immediately making the scene a hot topic.

But as Wang Ji Hae has been suffering from an allergy to milk related products ever since she was young, she said, “I was so surprised when I read the script and found out that I’d have to get milk on my lips but I took a deep breath and just went for it.” Though she gets hives and rashes on her face and neck, even just from eating dairy products, she buckled down and went ahead with the scene for the sake of the drama.

Wang Ji Hae smiled and said, “It’s the most memorable kiss scene that I’ve ever done,” and “Jaejoong caught on and ended the kiss scene quickly, so there weren’t any problems.”

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Pictures+Translation 111004 Jaejoong ‘Protect the Boss’ Gallery

[Pic+Trans] 111004 Jaejoong ‘Protect The Boss’ Gallery

Cha Mu Won, Jaejoong~! This is the day where many females need to take a chill pill

The groom and his family members who look like they are filming a CF. If there’s such a thing wedding, (one) has to attend for sure!!

NaYoon and Mu Won who have been watching the BoBi (Boss-Secretary) couple’s wedding ceremony

We asked Jaejoong to take a last photo to thank the viewers and he bowed? Do you know? This is his thank-you-bow for everyone~ ^^

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News 111001 What Made “Protect the Boss” So Popular With Viewers?

[News] 111001 What made ‘Protect The Boss’ so popular with viewers?

SBS‘s ’Protect the Boss‘ seemed to come out of nowhere with its strong popularity, and many viewers who had no expectations were ultimately surprised by its quality content. But what made this drama stand out from the rest?

‘Protect The Boss’ was a feel-good drama that didn’t have any negative elements of an affair or a broken family; it also lacked a character that you loved to hate. The way that the characters caused problems in the story were endearing in their own way, and when the characters plotted against each other, the situation turned out pretty comical in the end.

For example, there was potential for ‘Cha Ji Hun’ (Ji Sung)’s ex-lover ‘Seo Na Yoon’ (Wang Ji Hye) and ‘Noh Eunsul’ (Choi Kang Hee) to get into a messy rivalry over Cha Ji Hun. But the two didn’t try to make each other’s lives miserable, and they become close friends.

Meanwhile, Cha Ji Hun and ‘Cha Moo Won’ (JYJ‘s Jaejoong) were rivals for a long time; instead of competing intensely against one other, the two fought like grade-school students. They would say things like, “I really don’t like him“, and get into scraps with one another that made the audience laugh. In reality, the two seemed like childhood friends rather than enemies.

‘Protect the Boss’ broke the mold of traditional Korean dramas, as the audience was able to relate with the more “average” and down-to-earth characters. Those who appeared to be the “bad” guy in the story actually wasn’t some horrible, irrational demon come-to-life; in the end, they were individuals who made some bad decisions, but ultimately sought happiness. The fact that these characters were relatable made the audience fall in love with the drama.

But the characters weren’t the only aspect that helped ‘Protect The Boss’ gain popularity. The main issue in the storyline didn’t lie with the characters’ conflicts with one another — it was in trying to disprove the stereotypes of being rich.

For example, Cha Ji Hun has a panic disorder, and although he is the boss, he cared very little about his job. He became a better man after meeting Noh Eunsul, but still had no ambition to take his father’s place in his company. He doesn’t want to inherit his father’s wealth, but even so, his colleagues called him mocking names like ‘Papa’s boy’. The story follows the hardships he endures before he could successfully break free from his situation.

‘Protect the Boss’ was comical and funny, and it also deconstructed the stereotypical ‘Cinderella’ story. Devoid of melancholy, excessive love, and senseless hatred, the story simply told of a person’s journey to find happiness in a relatable way.

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Translation 110920 Kim Jaejoong and Wang Ji Hae Rekindle Their Love with A Ddeokbokki Date

[Trans] 110920 Kim Jaejoong And Wang Ji Hae Rekindle Their Love With A ‘Ddeokbokki Date’

Kim Jaejoong and Wang Ji Hae of SBS’ Wednesday-Thursday drama ‘Protect the Boss’ enjoyed a ddeokbokki (spicy rice cakes) date together.

This was for a date that Na Yoon led the two through as her feelings for Mu Won began resurfacing.

The duo, who are being called the ‘NaMu Couple’ by viewers, were seen filming a scene that required them to eat spicy rice cakes and fish cakes together and they drew the attention of passersby as they were really enjoying the food that was in front of them.

Kim Jaejoong especially was enjoying the spicy rice cakes and Wang Ji Hae showered him with affection as she fed him.

A representative of Kim Jaejoong said, “Jaejoong’s love for spicy rice cakes is exceptional. Also, he loves spicy food so he eats spicy oyster jjamppong, which is too spicy for most people, like regular jjamppong,” and “Because you can ruin your stomach by eating food that’s to spicy, he always makes sure he eats medicine that protects his stomach.”

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NEWS Mu Won Doesn’t Accept Her Feelings, But His Unchanging Kindness Makes Seo Nayun Suffer More

[News] Muwon Doesn’t Accept Her Feelings, But His Unchanging Kindness Makes Nayun Suffer More

Boss Wang Jihye Has Her Feelings Declined by Kim Jaejoong This Time. Tears Come Forth from Panda-Eyes

Wang Jihye became panda-eyes again thanks to Kim Jaejoong.

On the 14th episode of the SBS Wed-Thursday drama Protect the Boss that aired on the 15th, Seo Nayun suffered because even though she confessed her feelings to Kim Jaejoong she was unable to receive a firm answer.

Cha Muwon asked her: “Do you want to come back to me?” Seo Nayun confessed her honest feelings, saying: “Can’t I?” To Muwon who remained silent, Seo Nayun asked: “It seems that I can’t. Is it because of Miss Noh Eunsul?” Muwon said that such was not the case, but she confirmed from him again: “Whatever the case may be, it is that I can’t.”

Muwon asked her: “Do you just want the final word?” Seo Nayun answered: “I don’t want it. I already know it.” She left the scene, saying: “I hope you won’t follow me out of some half-grown kindness.”

Seo Nayun who again had her heart broken ran into a woman while walking with tears streaming. The boyfriend of the woman poured his anger out at Seo Nayun, saying: “Walk properly.” Seo Nayun also became angry, repeating “I am sorry” three times. Cha Muwon ran up to the scene at this time and told the opposing male: “Look where you are going. She who had been properly looking the path she walks has apologized three times. But why don’t you who have not looked properly apologize?” Saying this, Cha Muwon had the man apologize.

Seo Nayun’s heart suffered even more at Cha Muwon who was kind to her. She returned home and sobbed in Myungran’s arms. Cha Muwon returned home and made an expression that betrayed many complicated feelings. How will the relationship of the two change? To this question the fans of the drama focus.

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Pictures 110907 SBS_Boss Twitter

[Pic] 110907 SBS_Boss Twitter

On the morning of BOSS’s broadcast, this photo named “The Emotional-Filled Boss Family” has some great feeling. Haha

Beware ^-^)v Eun Sul will show you how Balsan-dong Nol Legend looks like. Haha. Director Mu Won seems to be troubling over

the remaining 1-2 drops of soju and should he have another cup… Haha

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Translation 110827 Wang Ji Hae Says…

[Trans] 110827 Wang Ji Hae Says, “The Kiss Scene With Kim Jaejoong, I Was Scared That I’d Be Reviled For It”

Actress Wang Ji Hae, who has become the center of attention for sharing a surprise kiss scene with Hallyu star Kim Jaejoong smiled as she confessed that she was scared that she would be reviled for it by fans.

On the episode of SBS’ Wednesday-Thursday drama ‘Protect the Boss’ that aired on the 18th, Wang Ji Hae shared a surprise kiss scene with Kim Jaejoong, who plays Cha Mu Won. The scene showed Cha Mu Won taking Seo Na Yoon by surprise in an intimate kiss. Though the scene itself was beautiful, Wang Ji Hae worried about the fact that she shared a kiss scene with Kim Jaejoong, a Hallyu star with many female fans.

Wang Ji Hae said, “Isn’t a woman’s jealousy such a scary thing? So honestly, I was scared that I’d be reviled when I was told that there was a kiss scene.

But she continued to say, “But I was surprised. I received lots of messages on Cyworld and most of them said, ‘It’s my man’s own business what he does at work so I’ll accept it.’ I think they let me off the hook because Na Yoon isn’t a bad character.”

 Wang Ji Hae revealed, “Lots of people told me how envious they are of me,” and “I was scared, but the fans are so well-mannered.

Meanwhile, Wang Ji Hae has her viewers in bouts of laughter as she plays Seo Na Yoon, the seemingly perfect chaebol daughter who reluctantly concedes to the fact that she has been bested by a secretary No Eun Seol (Choi Kang Hee) in the eyes of Cha Ji Hun (Ji Sung) and Cha Mu Won (Kim Jaejoong).

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