(you can read JYJ3’s recent post here)
(you can read JYJ3’s post here)
There is a group that spent a very busy year – whether separately and together.
Always in the best shape and top spot, Hallyu star JYJ celebrates its 10th year with a lot of activities.
As ever, it was a continuation of achievements in 2013 for JYJ. No one could easily build a record, and nobody shines even more. So let’s look back in 2013 for the idols turned artists.
Park Yoo Chun and Park Ha Sun who will lead upcoming SBS TV Wed-Thu drama ‘Three Days’ this February, are already showing some good chemistry, after they had topped a poll which polled Japanese fans on the most influential Korean dramas in Japan for the past year.
Japan’s nationwide chain of video rental shops and bookstores, Tsutaya, had held a poll on the ‘Most Influential Korean Dramas Best 20’ from January 1st to November 30th of last year. In the end, MBC TV drama ‘Dong Yi’ was ranked first, while SBS TV drama ‘Rooftop Prince’ was second.
since the @SBSNow’s picture is originally a mirror image:
2013 was a great year for dramas but the dramas due to air in 2014 also look pretty exciting. Here are a few kdramas on our radar for the coming year. Some are still casting roles but others have already started script readings or are filming. Most of them will feature stars that made 2013 shine a little brighter.
“Three Days,” which stars Park Yoochun, Park Ha Sun and So E Hyun, has already started script readings. The drama is about the disappearance of a president, following gunshots. Park Yoochun plays the bodyguard sent to find the president and bring him back to the Blue House. That drama is due to air in February.
Ready to kick off another project, JYJ’s Park Yoo Chun and the cast of SBS’s new drama, Three Days recently held a script reading.
On December 30, SBS unveiled still cuts from the script reading session, showing Park Yoo Chun, Son Hyun Joo, Park Ha Sun, So E Hyun, Yoon Jae Moon, and other talented actors, raising the anticipation bar for the drama.
The session took place in November with the talented cast and staff meeting each other for the first time. Despite that fact, everyone appeared in good spirits, exchanging jokes and light conversation, starting the drama on the right foot.