23 June 2015 [TRANS] 2015 Idols’ Acting Report Card in the First Half (of the Year) – Accounts for Kim Jaejoong & Park Yuchun

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◆Kim Jaejoong & Park Yuchun, I am not an ‘acting-dol’ but an ‘actor’ now

Sweeping the big screen away with his movie ‘Sea Fog’ and returning to television in the first half of 2015, JYJ Park Yuchun became a multiplayer through SBS ‘The Girl Who Sees Smells’. The role of Choi Mugak who he acted as, is a detective who lost his sense of feelings from losing his only little sister to a murderer. Park Yuchun delicately portrayed a gloomy side; with sobbing acting after the death of his little sister from an affectionate image down to ‘babo for his younger sibling’, and anger and hatred that pours out toward the murderer with the setting where he becomes insusceptible to his his sense of feelings afterwards. However, it was not only this. He evoked laughter unraveling a comic show with a deadpan expression while playing the comic partner for Shin Se-kyung, an aspiring gagwoman in the drama; and always tried ‘tempest eating broadcasts’ where he doesn’t even feel full due to his setting of losing his sense of feelings. Possessing the ability to be romantic, he caused viewers’ hearts to flutter, too. Park Yuchun has confirmed his convergence spanning from action to comedy, thriller, melodrama, and investigative.

Note: Details unrelated to Yoochun were removed.

Source: TV Daily
Translated by: rilanna of JYJ3
Shared by: JYJ3 + ParkYoochunSGFC

Categories: Articles, Drama, The Girl Who Sees Smell


  1. Yes, Yuchun is really good and versatile.

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