As Sports Korea celebrates its seventh anniversary, it has chosen seven stars whose next seven years it anticipates.
Movie, K-pop and broadcasting representatives teamed up with the Sports Korea’s Entertainment team to choose these celebrities based on their current activities, potential for growth and popularity in Asia. The experts who have watched over these celebrities closely have added their opinions in analyzing each star’s strengths and weaknesses.
#Park Yoochun – Script Rehearsals for 8 Hours a Day… “Great Gift For Acting”
Park Yoochun, born in 1986, debuted in a flurried extravaganza as a member of TVXQ in 2004. Though he was a member of an idol group that dominated Asia, he created JYJ with Kim Junsu and Kim Jaejoong after a legal suit with their agency. In the 2010 drama ‘SungKyunKwan Scandal’, he became a rising star in the drama industry and won JYJ a new fanbase though it was only his first drama. Park Yoochun even scored JYJ a performance at a drama awards ceremony, which is always hard to attain. He is currently taking new steps as an actor through the drama ‘Miss Ripley’.
=”He had many qualifications to become a great actor from the start, but I didn’t think that he would do so well on his first historic drama challenge. He has so many strengths such as having the sincerity to rehearse with his script for over eight hours a day, having no fear in standing in front of a camera because he’s stood on large-scale stages so often and getting into his role quickly and fully. What stuck out most was his determination and passion for this tough challenge. If he stays patient and chooses his productions well, he has the potential to become a great actor.” (Kim Dong Rae, CEO of SungKyunKwan Scandal’s production company Raemong Raein)
Source: [Sports Korea]
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