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.”
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JYJ’s Kim Jae-joong and Z:EA’s Im Si-wan are working together on a drama for the first time, teaming up to play long-lost brothers in MBC’s upcoming “Triangle.”
Separated as children by unfortunate circumstances, Kim’s character Heo Young-dal takes to the streets as a petty thug while his younger sibling Yoon Yang-ha, played by Im, is adopted into a chaebol household to be groomed as the heir to a casino empire.
Their ill-fated paths converge on casino territory where both, unaware of their blood ties, fall for dealer Oh Jeong-hui, played by actress Baek Jin-hee, in what promises to become a high-stakes, soap-operatic love triangle.
At the press conference for the drama in Seoul on Wednesday, both Kim and Im displayed an easy camaraderie at odds with the sibling rivalry that is sure to unfold between their characters when the show starts airing next week.
The cast of MBC’s “Triangle” (from left to right) ― Kim Jae-joong, Lee Bum-soo, Im Si-wan ― attend the drama’s press conference at the Imperial Palace Hotel in Seoul on Wednesday. (Kim Myung-sub/The Korea Herald) Read More →