‘Rooftop Prince’ Park Yoo Chun is a genius at memorizing lines

‘Rooftop Prince’ Park Yoo Chun is a genius at memorizing lines

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‘Rooftop Prince’ Park Yoo Chun is a genius at memorizing lines

JYJ’s Park Yoo Chun, who is well known for memorizing his lines so well, recently revealed his secret.

Park plays the role of a crown prince named Lee Gak from the Joseon Dynasty in SBS’s Wednesday-Thursday series Rooftop Prince.

According to officials for the seires, Park is very good at memorizing his lines. He barely makes any mistakes with his lines. He is even good at memorizing his lines in a short time. As a result, he earned a nickname ‘Script Genius.’

Park says, “No matter how late the shooting is over, I read the script before I go to bed for the scenes that I have to shoot on the next day. Then I calmly draw the scene in my head to memorize my lines.”

In the second episode of the series, which aired on March 22, crown prince Lee Gak found out a picture of a man who looks just like him. Then he went to see the person’s grandmother and made the audience curious about what will happen next.

Source: TV Report

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