T-ara’s Jiyeon makes a surprise appearance in the new MBC TV drama, “Miss Ripley”
Jiyeon plays the role of the Japanese prime minister’s daughter in the drama who is staying at the hotel where Jang Myunghyun is a general manager and suddenly disappears.
Jiyeon was said to have brought a bright and lively personality to the shoot in a downtown Seoul hotel.
JYJ’s Park Yoochun couldn’t overcome the barrier imposed by MBC Entertainment.
The network’s entertainment news program, “Section TV Entertainment News” has been revealed to have also snubbed coverage of Yoochun’s new drama, “Ripley“, right after they cancelled his appearance on the variety show, “Come To Play” not too long ago.
On May 17th, reporters and members of the press gathered at the production conference for “Ripley”. However, reporters from “Section TV Entertainment News” did not appear, which is highly unusual since this news program always appears at drama production conferences.
A representative from the program stated, “We had too many items on our hands“, but members in the entertainment industry are accusing MBC Entertainment for minding the uncomfortable relationship between Yoochun and SM Entertainment.
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At 11am of the 17th in the Banyan Tree Hotel of Zhangchoongdong, Seoul, the Production Conferece for the new MBC Monday-Tuesday drama “Miss Ripley” was held.
On this Production Conference, Park Yoochun, Lee Dahae, Kim Seungwoo, and Kang Hyejung attended to make the place bright. It was a ceremony in which they renewed their determination for the drama and also to wish for its success. Read More →
On May 17th, MBC’s new drama “Ripley” held its production conference at the Banyan Tree with lead roles Kim Seung Woo, Lee Da Hae, Park Yoochun, and Kang Hye Jung in attendance.
As it’s his second drama, Yoochun was asked to explain the difference between his role in “Ripley” and his role in “Sungkyunkwan Scandal.”
He answered, “Well, I’ve gone from wearing hanbok to suits now… I think the way the two characters express pain is different. Unlike ‘Lee Sun Joon’, my character in ‘Ripley’ starts everything with a laugh. He’s always smiling, but it only takes a moment for him to begin shedding tears.”
He continued, “There was definitely a lot of pressure, and even after I decided to take the role, I was still worried over whether I’d do well. One of my greatest concerns was how the viewers would perceive me, especially since they thought well of me with my previous work. Everyone treats me so well at the recording so I’m able to take part in it comfortably now.”