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JYJs Yoochun has announced that hell be making his small screen comeback through SBSs Rooftop Prince!
On January 10th, SBS revealed, Weve decided on Park Yoochun as the leading male role for Rooftop Prince.
This will be his first comeback in eight months since the conclusion of MBCs Miss Ripley, which ended back in July. Attic King is scheduled to begin airing in March, and Yoochun will be playing the role of Lee Gak.
SBS continued, He hasnt signed the contract yet, but both sides have agreed upon the casting. We have not yet decided on who will play the leading female role.
Attic King will be the work of writer Lee Hee Myung and PD Shin Yoon Sub.
Source + Photos: Sports Seoul
JYJs Yoochun tweeted on May 30, Taesung hyung, Minsoo hyung. We had a lot of fun. Passed out Yoochun, mental collapse Yoochun. Did we always have this kind of relationship?
In the photo, Yoochun is sleeping soundly, unaware that he is being photographed. His fellow Rooftop Prince co-stars Lee Tae Sung and Choi Min Soo made hilarious facial expressions for the camera as they sat beside Yoochun in bed.
Fans responded, Yoochun is so cute fast asleep like that, How can he sleep so soundly, and He must be so tired.
SourceImage : Yoochuns Twitter
Lee Min Ho follows up his performance in dramas “The Moon that Embraces the Sun” and “Rooftop Prince” with a film project. Local news agencies report that the actor is cast in the movie “Running Man,” said to be the Korean version of Hollywood’s “The Fugitive,” starring Harrison Ford. “Running Man” is also reported to be a major investment of 20th Century Fox Korea.
Along with Lee Min Ho, Shin Ha Gyun is also cast. The “Brain” star plays father to Lee Min Ho’s character. “Running Man” is the senior actor’s first film since “The Front Line.”
Lee Min Ho earned a reputation for being one of Korea’s next-generation actors for his role in TV dramas. He is currently seen on SBS’ “Rooftop Prince,” co-starring with Park Yoochun and Han Ji Min.
“Running Man” tells the story of a car engineer, played by Shin Ha Gyun, who is chased by unidentified men after he learns of the nation’s top secret information.
On April 21, “Rooftop Prince’s” Lee Tae Sung celebrated his 28th birthday with fellow cast and crew members who threw him a surprise b-day party on set. It’s been said that Production Director Shin Yoon Sub personally prepared the cake for Lee Tae Sung, expressing his special affection for the actor.
As shown in the photos, unlike his character Yong Tae Mu, who is constantly scheming and plotting against cousin Yong Tae Yong (Park Yoo Chun), Lee Tae Sung displayed his bright and genuine charms. He also snapped two photos with co-star Jung Yumi. In one photo, they smile happily at the camera, while they show off their “villainous” nature in another.
Netizen commented, “Happy birthday Tae Mu~” “I love ‘Rooftop Prince!’ Hwaiting Lee Tae Sung,” "The cake looks amazing," “Is it just me, or does anyone else hope Yong Tae Mu falls for Park Ha [Han Ji Min]?” “Long live Yong Tae Mu,” and more.
Meanwhile, SBS “Rooftop Prince” will air its eleventh episode tomorrow, April 25, at 9:55PM KST.
Actor Lee Min Ho shared photos of SBS Rooftop Prince cast enjoying a lunch break in between filming.
On April 18th, the actor posted on Twitter, Rooftop Prince lunch time. Netizens who came across the photos were glad to see that the cast members looked so close as they ate lunch together. The casual picnic style lunch definitely reveals a more down-to-earth, easy-going side to the top stars.
They look so close, followers commented, along with Looks good! and Envious of their lunch hour.
Rooftop Prince airs every Wednesday and Thursday at 9:55PM KST on SBS.
SourceImage : Lee Min Hos Twitter
Recently, a video clip in which JYJ’s Park Yoo Chun, Han Ji Min, Jung Yoo Mi, Lee Tae Sung, and the three servants (Lee Min Ho, Choi Woo Shik, Jung Suk Won) of SBS’s drama series Rooftop Prince (written by Lee Hee Myung, directed by Shin Yoon Seob) appear with a bright smile on their face.
On April 13, a posting titled “Keep smiling with Rooftop Prince!”was uploaded on the official website of the series.
The clip shows the cast burst out laughing while shooting. Their smiles, facial expressions, and actions sport such an innocent, lively image and spread out a “happy virus” among the viewers.
Netizens who saw the video reacted: “Seeing all of them smiling makes me feel happy too.” “They have a great atmosphere on the set.” “I smile because of you guys.” “They make me smile throughout the clip. They are such lovely actors.” “Can’t wait to see Rooftop Prince again!”
The upcoming episode draws more attention as Park Ha (played by Han Ji Min) is hired by the company where Sena (played by Jung Yoo Mi) works, giving a foresight to their growing conflict.
Actor and Singer JYJ's Yoochun has revealed a funny photo of the "Rooftop Prince" cast as a way of making up for the fact that the Drama won't be airing on the 11th due to the 19th Parliamentary Elections. Yoochun posted the following 3 pictures on his Twitter account (@6002theMicky) along with the following messages, "Earth, Fire, Wind, Water, Heart Captain Rooftop Man," "Rooftop Forces!!!," "Hoot~"
In the photos, the cast of "Rooftop Prince" (Park Yoochun, Han Ji Min, Jung Suk Won, Choi Woo Shik and Lee Min Ho) are standing in formation with Han Ji Min in the center and the other members standing besides her in a V Formation, reminiscence of old action shows like the Power Rangers. The male cast have also rolled their eyes behind their heads for added comic effect.
Due to the fact that "Rooftop Prince" is not airing on the 11th, SBS will be airing Episodes 7 and 8 on the 12th in succession.
Actor Lee Min Ho recently revealed a selca he took with his fellow co-stars of drama “Rooftop Prince.”
On February 18, Lee Min Ho revealed the selca through his twitter, tweeting, “Your Majesty, is this what you call a selca?”
In the photo are the four leading men of the drama: Park Yoochun, Lee Min Ho, Jung Seok Won, and Choi Woo Shik. They are wearing their Joseon-era attire for their characters’ roles, with comical expressions on their faces.
Park Yoochun especially gained attention for the serious look on his face, similar to that of a real prince. He tweeted back, “Tell Yong Sool (Jung Seok Won) to smile more. Chi San (Choi Woo Shik) is still smiling like that even though we haven’t found a way to get back to the Joseon era.”
Viewers that saw the photo commented, “Who knew such a handsome prince would be on the rooftop?” “Your Majesty, do you know of the word ulzzang?” and “They look very friendly with each other. This is a great combination [of actors].”
SBS TV’s upcoming drama, “Rooftop Prince” is set to premiere on March 14 at 21:55 KST. The storyline is centered on a Joseon-era prince (Park Yoochun) who jumps 300 years into the future (our present), where he meets a woman who looks just like his lost princess. It will be replacing “Take Care of Us, Captain” in the Wednesday-Thursday slot. The drama held its first filming on February 15.
Choi Ji Woo, Lee Seo Jin, and the grandfathers of tvN’s “Grandpas Over Flowers” met the prince of Dubai on the latest episode of the show.
During their stopover in Dubai on their way to Greece, the group met the country’s prince when he visited the restaurant at which they were eating. “Please let me know if there’s anything I can do to make your trip more memorable, and I will be sure to help you,” the prince said to the grandfathers, extending a hospitable welcome. In response, Lee Seo Jin then politely asked if the prince could help the grandfathers visit Dubai’s most renowned observatory.
Meanwhile, the recently premiered Greece edition of “Grandpas Over Flowers,” featuring a new bag girl in Choi Ji Woo, is averaging 10% viewership since its first broadcast.
Actor Hong Jong Hyun, who is currently starring in variety show "We Got Married" has received a love call for "Sense of Men and Women" male lead!
On February 10th, Hong Jong Hyun′s agency rep told Newsen, "His appearance in SBS′ Sense of Men and Women is being discussed internally. Nothing has been confirmed yet."
SBS′ new drama Sense of Men and Woman is being written by Lee Hee Myung, who wrote Rooftop Prince starring Park Yoo Chun and Han Ji Min, as well as Yawang starring Kwon Sang Woo. The drama′s title was recently changed from The Girl Who Sees Smells.
To be broadcast following the conclusion of Hyde, Jekyll, Me, Sense of Men and Women is about a man who loses his sister through a murder case and a woman who miraculously survived the same incident.
Park Yoo Chun is currently being considered for the lead, as Hong Jong Hyun is looking into rivaling Park Yoo Chun′s offered character.