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Jung Yong-hwa follows in the grand tradition of kdrama second leads

10 Asia takes another look at an up-and-comer, this time focusing on You’re Beautiful‘s resident “towel guy” and unrequited lover, Kang Shin-woo aka newbie actor Jung Yong-hwa. He may have not gotten THE girl in the drama, but he sure won over all the others in the real world. Jung talks about how he got the role, his (extremely packed) schedule for future activities, and his friendships with the close-knit cast members.

Jung Yong-hwa: “You’re my hyungnim!” *

In numerous dramas, they are there. They love the female leads, but aside from making grand confessions of love, they only watch from the sidelines with a soft smile, offering consolation as a “Daddy Long Legs” [a generous benefactor, usually an older man to a younger woman] whenever she needs help, earning the name of “sub-man.” They even hurt alongside her when she sheds tears for another man whom she loves.

Fated to never win their loves, these are inherently tragic men, but inasmuch as their pain is great, they also gain a compensation that’s not so small, either. In exchange for being unable to win the love of the heroine, they await the outpouring of affection from all other women.

* Uh, so the headline doesn’t translate so well, but it’s a play on the drama’s title, “You’re Beautiful,” which is phonetically “Mi-nam-ee-shi-nae-yo” (미남이시네요). This headline (“you’re my hyungnim”) reads, phonetically, “Hyung-nim-ee-shi-nae-yo” (형님이시네요). Incidentally, Park Shin-hye’s name works with the pun quite well, and she posted a message on the drama’s website under the cute title, “Mi-nam-ee-SHIN-HYE-yo” (미남이신혜요).

Entering the ranks along with Jung Tae-sung (Kang Dong-won) of the film Romance of Their Own and Yoon Ji-hoo (Kim Hyun-joong) of Boys Before Flowers is Kang Shin-woo (Jung Yong-hwa), who is the same way in SBS’s You’re Beautiful.

He affectionately looks after a cross-dressing Go Mi-nam (Park Shin-hye), who enters boy band A.N.JELL at the peak of its popularity, and saves her from crisis. He even makes an earnest love confession, but in the end he gently lets her go to his teammate Hwang Tae-kyung (Jang Geun-seok) without a word. As he has spent the past two months as this mature, handsome young man, it’s no wonder that he has received an outpouring of fervent love from female fans who cry out, “Shin-woo hyungnim~!

“To be honest, from a guy’s point of view, when we see a guy doing that we think, ‘What’s with him…?’ [Laughs] But women like it, and although men say they hate it, I think if they’re honest they want to feel that, too. Because it’s cool.” With a long neck and clean features, he has Kang Shin-woo’s elegance. But the real Jung Yong-hwa is like other guys his own age who enjoy joking around, and the twenty-year-old found it “embarrassing to use cringe-inducing lines.”

In the early days of the drama’s broadcast, he was given the nickname “Towel Guy.” Remembering that, he says dubiously, “I don’t know girls’ feelings that well, so I didn’t really understand why my line, ‘If you’re here, I can’t shower’ became such a hot topic.” He says, “At the time, I was only thinking that I’d better not get the dialogue wrong.”

Explanation, for those who didn’t watch the drama, although who are we kidding?, you’ve all probably watched the drama: Shin-woo finds Mi-nyeo in the men’s locker room. She’s pretending to be a boy, but he has discovered her secret and puts a towel over her scandalized eyes, and ushers her out to safety. Telling her that he can’t shower while she’s there means that (1) he’s aware of her as a girl, and (2) therefore he can’t comfortably strip nekkid in front of her. Alas.

“One camera was scarier than several thousand spectators”

Jung Yong-hwa, who confesses that he was more focused on learning his lines before getting the emotions, acted for the first time in You’re Beautiful and is the vocalist and guitarist of the band C.N. Blue. He’s liked music since high school and decided on his path early, and the very next day after he taking his college entrance exam, he moved from his hometown of Busan to Seoul and began rehearsals; in June, he began activities in Japan. They started out performing on the streets under the hot midsummer sun and had some small live club performances, and put out a single album.

He came to audition for You’re Beautiful because he was a member of a real band. “I like connecting with the audience, looking them in the eye and talking to them through song. When I was filming the drama, I really enjoyed the performance scenes.”

As soon as the conversation turns to music, Jung Yong-hwa casts off his composed demeanor, his eyes gleaming. Turning the talk back to acting, he reveals his difficulties, saying, “I found that one camera was scarier than several thousand audience members.” Although he exceeded expectations with his controlled facial expressions and line delivery, he says, “Rather than to have people say that my acting was fine for a rookie, my goal was to have people ask me whether I’d acted before, but I wasn’t able to achieve that.”

One feels his resolute spirit as he answers, mixed in with that sense of disappointment behind his calm face. That’s why after You’re Beautiful ended, he accepted the offer to be a regular on MBC’s Sunday, Sunday Night, and although he will be busy going back and forth to Japan for band activities while C.N. Blue isn’t even a year into its debut — and has yet to debut in Korea — he isn’t hugely worried about the fast pace. “It may seem that the Jung Yong-hwa of two months ago is very different from the Jung Yong-hwa of now, but what’s most important right now is my determination. I’m prepared for what’s ahead.” It’s a response worthy of “Shin-woo hyungnim.”

My Name Is…

My name is Jung Yong-hwa [鄭容和]. It’s a name that means “his face is peaceful.”

I was born on June 22, 1989, in Seoul’s Yeoksamdong. I moved to Busan when I was two and lived there until I graduated from high school, so I think of myself as a Busan citizen.

I have two parents and a brother four years older than me. We are all cautious A blood types.

Like Kang Shin-woo, after I moved to Seoul, I worked hard to get rid of my Busan Saturi accent. When the drama’s first episode aired, a Busan friend called me and the first thing he said was, “Yong-hwa, now you’re using standard dialect.” Haha.

I auditioned for You’re Beautiful with the scene where I tell Mi-nam, “Come sit here, have some warm tea.” To be honest, my acting wasn’t very good, but I know how to play guitar and I was already in a band, so I wonder if the director went easy on me because of that. I even played him the title song “Now or Never” from our Japanese single album, which I sang and played on guitar.

Maybe the Hong Sisters writers were uneasy about me acting for the first time, but they called me up separately to explain the character. They didn’t want him to come across sleazy or corny, so they gave me homework to figure out ways to express him in a natural way. So I worked hard, but I think it still came across a little uncomfortably.

Actually, the scene when I hold Mi-nam and declare, “She’s my girl!” is kind of a cheesy scene, but I found it refreshing. Whenever I got the scripts, I was waiting to find out when I’d confess my feelings, so it was gratifying to finally be revealing them.

Shin-hye (“Go Mi-nam”) was born in early 1990 so we were the same age and became friends. We acted in a lot of scenes together and she was a really big help to me. Since she was always dressed as a boy in the drama, whenever she came out dressed like a girl, I’d say, “Oh, you’re dressed as a girl today?”

I had a lot of worries about Geun-seok hyung (“Hwang Tae-kyung”) before we started shooting. I thought he’d be scary. Haha. But he’s not like that at all, and he acted like the eldest hyung on set, helping us by letting us go or holding back when needed. I always felt thankful for that.

Hong-ki (“Jeremy”) is with the same agency, so we were already friends. A little while ago, a picture cropped up online where we’re at the airport and Hong-ki’s using my lap for a pillow. That was because we’re friends and he was tired, and we’d always have a long wait.

The picture that showed up online that got called “ski resort hunnam*” was taken before my debut when I went skiing with my family and friends. I had no idea that would show up online, but since the photo came out well, I’m relieved.

“Hunnam” means literally “warm guy”; if “kkotnam” or flower boy means a pretty young man, hunnam means that the guy has a warm, soft image.

The internet video that got a lot of attention recently was taken in my second year of high school on a school trip to Jeju Island. My friend took it on the bus and in the clip I’m saying, “Don’t film me~” but I’m joking around and let him keep filming. I’m okay with it, since it helps people see me as the real Jung Yong-hwa rather than the character Kang Shin-woo.

The video in question:

 
(Omo, he really does have that Busan Saturi accent goin’ on! LOL.)

In the upcoming shoots for Sunday Night‘s “Hunters,” we’re not going to catch a wild boar, but to see what the situation is like for the farmers. They’re in the news these days because the boars have done a lot of damage. I expect the filming will be tough.

Our band name C.N. Blue means Code Name Blue. The people at our agency bet a lot of money and came up with it. C.N. Blue’s goal is to be the best in Asia, and to turn things around for the Korean band scene, which has shrunk a lot lately.

 
C.N. Blue – “Teardrops in the Rain”

 
C.N. Blue – “Let’s Go Crazy”

 
Listen to more C.N. Blue on their myspace: http://www.myspace.com/cnbluejp

I’m the oldest in the band. My bandmate Jong-hyun also sings and plays guitar, and he’s very masculine while also being pure. Our youngest is drummer Min-hyuk, who has a real baby face and has a very tidy personality and does a lot of the cleaning. Ah, but we don’t make him clean. [Laughs] Jung-shin is our new bassist and he’s the same age as Min-hyuk, but he looks after the members well. More than anything, they all really love music.

The other members made sure to watch the drama and always encouraged me. When we went to Japan, they told me I did a good job and carried my luggage for me. Haha. I was actually okay because all I had was my guitar and effects, and even though there’s a lot more to carry with drums and such, they disregarded that and helped me, which I really appreciated.

I’m well-rounded in my music tastes. Band-wise, I like a refreshing style such as Bon Jovi, while I like the vocals of Placebo or The Calling, and I have a lot of interest in R&B and hip-hop as well. That’s why I sometimes follow rap, too. Dancing? Um… I’d like to dance well, but it’s difficult. It’s the most difficult thing for me.


Via 10 Asia (Part 1), Part 2

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Can't get enough of this guy! Purely yummyness!!! These pics are already my new wallies on my Corby. :P

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thanks jb for the article. it's nice to read more about Jung Yong-hwa.

oh our "tragic men" or "sub-man". it's true that even they don't get the "girl" in the reel world they get the girls in real world xD

regarding the CN Blue, listening to their English music, i think it needs improvement for the pronunciation (just my two cents) nevertheless i like shin-woo oppa (*swoon*)

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shin woo hyung!:)

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thanks...

guess this is our post-YB's dose of crack

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first? Jung Yong Hwa is so cute. I'm deeply in you're beautiful withdrawal.

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"it’s true that even they don’t get the “girl” in the reel world they get the girls in real world"

I think Shin Woo would have problems getting the girl in the real world. Could have made his life SO much easier if he would actually say what's in his heart.

Don't know if acting is really his future. But this was a great way to break CN Blue to Korea.

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Very neat! Thanks for writing this :)

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i really liked how he portray he shin woo character in YAB
he has passion, fresh face and also charm
i like to compare him to kim hyung joon from BOF
and my verdict is Jung Yong what did better than what kim did for BOF
1. jung acting is more smooth and loose compared to kim
2. he makes u feel at peace where as kim was awkward (he is an uljang)
3. jung is more better than kim in real life, kim is so stiff and with his tell all about him starving and stealing, it seems like its a concept than reality

anyway too much bashing from me, i wish him well with his new project
and i want to know, who agrees with me

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I loved him in the first few episodes, then I started to dislike him, then he was really annoying, then pretty much I started wishing he'd get hit by a bus.

Yeah, not a fan...

Now, it's probably mostly because Shin Woo was a terrible character, but JYH didn't do a good job playing him either. Maybe with the right actor he could have been more likable.

On a different note...it's so weird now that I'm 20, suddenly all of the new shows have actors that are my age. I started watching dramas when I was around 16, so it's just weirddd. Same with Hollywood actually! Lots of 19-21 year olds!

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yeah? what's your point?ㅋㅋ

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Thanks for the post.. he is not my favoursite..haha..

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jung yong-hwa is young, new to acting and even slightly new to performing - so i think he's still a little shy. i don't know how CN blue will fair, but so far their sound is unique and bands are definitely sparse these days in korea. i wish him and CN blue well.. i think given the right project, he'll shine in acting also.

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he acted really well for a rookie but i guess the cheesy lines were too much for him... ahahhaha...

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missing shin woo hyung~~~ :)

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He looks really good in the picture collage. A very warm young man indeed. Ah i miss Minami Shineyo... :(

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@ #8 honest_will - i agree that jung definitely has more control with facial expressions than kim. i must say that although their characters are the same in the sense that their sub-man, their "environments" differed much...

also..
1. jung i feel in real life (according to that video in his younger years) seems to be more carefree and jolly
2. kim i feel is sort of austere

just my 2cents in. i liked their characters separately and for different reasons.. but if i had to pick, i would choose jung for his character in YB.

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I like him more from this interview! He's not like Shinwoo in that he's a lot more carefree and fun but in terms of being sweet to his castmates and being humble in front of success, he's totally like Shinwoo.

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I like there music. Esp. "Let's go crazy". Kinda like the "Bare Naked Lady".

Thanks JavaBeans. This is like Nicoderm for a YB addiction.

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JGS yesterday

JYH today

so HONG KI's for tomorrow right?aww..

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The truth is, by halfway point of the show, Shin Woo essentially became less a 2nd character and more of a "prop." It seemed like half the time HTK/GMN had their big moments, it would then cut to Shin Woo standing in some corner watching like a emo voyeur. Or if she was in trouble, he would magically show up at the right time to shoo her away.

It's to the director's considerable credit that they were able to get as much traction from GMN/SW as they did. Lee Hong Gi and UEE both did a lot more actual acting in the show. Jung Yong Hwa was given the really simple stuff like "look sad", "notice her looking at guy" or "look great in scene and give her a scarf." But it worked because they so dialed in the music, the pretty scenery, and again the music that you almost went into "Poor Shin Woo!!" mode as soon as he showed up in a scene. And he was good in those scenes.

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I like this guy! Too bad his acting was subpar, his emotions hardly showed through his "peaceful face".

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hehe... i really like him...
but my bestfriend likes him more... lolz...
i'm going to send over the link to this to her... hahaha... ^^,

thanks a lot for this...~! =3

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Thanks for posting information about him.. he was a great actor in you're beautiful and this interview gives us an idea what kind of he's like off screen. and Wow, he's only 20??

Hopefully we'll get to see more him in the future.. :)

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Whoa, I wasn't expecting the Busan accent! It totally threw me

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I still wish he got the girl in the end! Im sick of the guy with the rich parents and cold attitude whose really just 'looking for someone to understand him' get the girl. Guys like that irl tick me off and I sincerely dislike them since they're 'pity me, im so boohoo sad'. Gentlemen do it best =D Yong Hwa really looks like a kind person too, although we can't judge anyone based on looks!! He just has very warm and soft features while retaining his masculinity. I can't wait for another drama with him, his acting skills progressed very quickly just in YB

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omg! His busan saturi was hilarious!!! Hearing saturi coming out from a pretty boy's mouth is always a kick~ ^^

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I sort of have a crush on him.... he's so cute!

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i never really liked SW but this article enables me to see the actor and not the character, so that's nice. i like it that he realizes that his acting chops weren't too great but really tried to embody that character. at least he's sincere about wanting to be better!

and from this article it's pretty obvious he's darn passionate about music!

really like this article honestly, so thanks JB for translating :)

(and on a side note, is it just me or it KINDA seems like he has a crush on PSH?)

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Reading this, just makes me like him more and more!!!

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Shin Woo Hyungnim! Miss him already! But it's great having to hear news about him. He's surely passionate talking about music than acting haha.

Now reading the during/post interviews with the actors (hope more interviews coming!), I think their characters in YAB suited them well coz they're somehow based on their own characters. HTK and JGS are so similar in character (erm.. at least in the fashion sense.. LOL), and KSW was given a b/ground story similar to JYH (the Busan accent etc).

It just hit me hard on my head how much I miss YAB today. Usually JB posted teaser news like this a day or two before YAB aired on Wed, so we'd have our weekly crack before the drama starts.. It's already wednesday/ thursday, and am totally missing the drama! :( need to remind myself am in post-YAB. *sob*

Btw, thank you JB, for the crack!

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Shinwoo was too nice of a guy...he should of confessed to Minam before she realized she already feelings for Taekyung....but none the less, i never disliked Shinwooo...how can anyone dislike him?

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Jung Yong-hwa seems like a straightforward, honest guy, and it was interesting to read more about him. Thanks!

Before I started getting into kdramas, I took the position that singers and models had no business in acting lead roles if they didn't have the chops, but now that I've seen a lot of cases where they gradually improve with each drama they take, I'm more flexible about having them cast in those parts (if the show in question isn't aiming for critical acclaim and Peabody-award-level prestige). Not always, but it does happen -- most prominently in the case of Joo Ji-hoon, whose acting shocked me into amazement in The Devil after seeing him act more or less as a block in Goong.

As for Jung Yong-hwa's acting... Hmm, I always thought it's rather difficult to play an emotionless character and yet still make it so that that character comes across as a human who nevertheless still feels things. Shin-woo didn't have that level of complexity, but he was supposed to be a detached, emotionless-in-an-even-tempered-way character. Given with this in mind as well as with the fact that it's his first time acting and he has shown potential in Episode 13 with complex emotions, I wouldn't close off the acting venue from him yet.

Seeing as how I like his band's music and I think he's quite talented music-wise (i.e. he composed the music and lyric to some of his band's songs), I hope Jung Yong-hwa focuses primarily on music. (He has expressed some interest in doing some acting in the future, so I think we'll probably see him in more roles.) I also find it refreshing that he's in a rock band, so it's nice to see that they're serious about breaking into the Korean music scene with something different. :-)

Oh, and here are the photos he talks about in this interview:
-Pre-debut ski lodge photos: 1, 2
-Hong-ki asleep on Yong-hwa's lap (AWWWW.... It's really adorable!)

"“Daddy Long Legs” [a generous benefactor, usually an older man to a younger woman]"
I didn't realize Judy Webster's Daddy Long Legs was well-known in Korea!

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I want him to carry on acting! I really liked him as Shinwoo (well, who didn't?) and I think he showed some promise near the end of the drama.. but he sounds so passionate about music, so I wish him good luck with his band anyways

The one on the top left of the very first picture: YUMMM

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"Explanation, for those who didn’t watch the drama, although who are we kidding?"

LMAO. Definitely not the 31 commenters here.

"A little while ago, a picture cropped up online where we’re at the airport and Hong-ki’s using my lap for a pillow. That was because we’re friends and he was tired, and we’d always have a long wait."

What picture is he talking about?

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I wasn't a huge fan of his in the drama until ep 10 or 11... Can't remember which. But I like this interview a lot. He seems really fresh and fun. Kudos to him and hope he has much success in all he does. :)

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What picture is he talking about?
@raahmose (#33): I linked the photos he mentioned in the interview in #31. The one in which Hong-ki is asleep on top of Yong-hwa's lap you can see here. It's really adorable....I wish there was a better quality of it so I can make a graphic out of it. ^^

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@Len
I should read the comments posted by other members before putting my two cents in. Really bad habbit. Will fix in the next year.
Thank you Thank you Thank you. I read both posts by you. Much appreciated.
They are too cute.

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I totally love his humbleness and honesty. I seriously love his personality not just looks. Hope he will gain more popularity and success in the future !!!

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Talking about YAB widthdrawn symptoms - not only us fans but the actress herself as well - it is hard to let it go ....so we are not alone .

credit to [email protected]

PSH's latest cyworld entry

다이어리 내용왜 ... 그런거 있잖아 .....
You know... there is that kind of feeling...
하나가 끝나버리면 .. 모든게 끝나버린거 같은거 ...
When one thing ends, and it feels like everything has ended...
너와 나는 끝이 아닌데 ....
Even though it's not the end for you and me...
너와 나도 끝이 되어버린듯한 그런 느낌 ...
The feeling that you and I are also over...
내 사람이 아닌거같은거 ....
As if you're not my person any more...
그런느낌...그런허저함....그런쓸쓸함이....
That kind of feeling... that emptiness... that loneliness...
오늘도 날 너무 힘들게해 ....
Today again it makes me suffer...
이젠 웃자... 웃자.. 좋은생각만....좋은생각만......
I'll smile now... smile... only good thoughts... only good thoughts...
너무 좋게 마무리 지었는데 ... 난 왜이러지....
Everything concluded so well... so why am I like this...
왜...널 떠나보내지 못할까...
Why can't I let you go...
왜...난 자꾸만 ....
Why do I again and again...
이상한 기다림의 연속....
The continuation of a strange waiting...
긍정적마인드야 솟아라...!
Rise, positive mind...!

http://community.livejournal.com/anjells/87796.html
Translations by [email protected] and credits to fibres

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wow he seems like a really peaceful person in real life too!

@31 Len. i remember there being a korean movie called "Daddy Long Legs" a couple years ago starring Ha Ji won

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@raahmose (#36): Eh, it's okay. My post is really long so I can see why that might put off people from reading it (sorry about that). I just linked back my previous comment because I have linked to the other photos mentioned in the interview as well. Thanks for reading, I appreciate it very much! ^__^

korean movie called “Daddy Long Legs” a couple years ago starring Ha Ji won
@asianromance (#39): Huh, thanks for the info. How closely or loosely does it follow the book it's adapted from?

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Okay, he's a cutie pie. I have to admit that a friend of mine is in Japan right now, and I gave her the assignment of picking up the CN Blue mini-albums. His band sounds pretty good to me, a definitely a bit different from the average k-band, so props to them there. I quite like Teardrops in the Rain.

I think it's funny that Bon Jovi would be referred to as "refreshing" but then, I've been a Bon Jovi fan longer than Yong Hwa has been alive, so there you go. Wonder what the heck they think of Green Day or O.A.R.

I'm rewatching YAB (what? and you aren't?) and writing down notes as I go. I was noticing that he looks really happy in the performance scenes. The character ShinWoo reminded me of some of the shyer band geeks I dated back in the day, except a whole lot more handsome.

Speaking of YAB, though - I was watching the JGS clips and the new SS501 MVs as well - the nonna (not noona, nonna - as in Italian grandma although I'm not that old yet, I was definitely channeling my Nonna) in me went - "someone needs to feed those boys! Put some meat on them." LOL! That's what I get for watching during the annual Thanksgiving to Xmas cooking marathon.

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Is his brother Jung Kyung Ho from Smile, You?

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His Busan saturi accent..LOL. Good stufff......

And seriously, does his older brother resemble him a lot? Because then the age difference wouldn't be as big and I don't have to feel like a pedobear haha.

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I love the photoshoot there! Makes him look really good.

I think from the interview it's clear that he's still a newbie trying to find a comfortable position in the industry, but he sounds keen and motivated. I can't believe he's a year younger than me my gosh....I look at him and then to the guys around me and...see the difference between someone who had dreams and someone who just wants to live their life and have kids and grow old and die like that... =X

‘If you’re here, I can’t shower’...actually I don't get why it's such a famous line either.

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yonghwaaa!!!!!!! I'm having Kang Shin Woo withdrawal syndrome now.. But glad we'll be able to see him in MBC's Sunday, Sunday Night every week!!! and can't even wait for his music debut in Korea! all the best yonghwa and C.N. Blue!

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Thank u JB for the our crak of the day....I miss YAB sooooooooooo much is not even funny...I woke up this morning thiking where is ep. 17 for YAB...and then it hit me NOOOOOO YAB>>>>>>>>>>> so depress.......Thank you for keeping track with YAB cast.........I love all of them......and SW was so much better that Jihoo.....BOF was a disater compare to YAB................

PLEASE HONG SISTERS BRING BACK YOU'RE BEAUTIFUL FOR SEASON 2......

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Thanks for the article it's good to see he is a great guy and we wish him lots of success in the future,

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@19 I agree with your sentiments about SW. I never really felt as deeply for his character as I did with TK. I didn't think his character really differed all that much from KHJ in BOF. I mean I gave up halfway with BOF and was only really in it for the SoEul scenes and even that tanked ... ugh.

The interview was refreshing to see more in depth of his personality. I felt we didn't really get anything from his performance in YB just like we didn't really get anything from KHJ in BOF.

I'm really looking forward to his debut as MC with KHJ on "Hunters" It'll be epic. I love how they put the two most known second leads as hosts. KHJ was hilarious in We Got Married and I'm anxious to see what JYW is like on variety shows.

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do C.N Blue mainly sing english songs? really curious now.. although, im not drawn into the songs JB posted (and i thought "hmm,FT island are much better!"), but will try to listen more and properly .. see how it goes ;)

#43,couger.. now you've mention it.. yong hwa DOES look like kyung ho from smile,you!! and they have the same surname!! ..... wat are the odds eh? well, are they brothers then? anybody know?

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pahaha his accent is adorbs. and sorta shocking.

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