Interview: Yoochun SKKS Interview Cut

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101201 Sungkyunkwan Scandal Interview Yoochun Cut

Q1. Yoochun-kun also acted in Japan, therefore, is there any difference between acting in Korea or Japan? Also, in the future, do you want to continue the performing arts life or a keen singer’s activities?

A: How to say… I have never ventured the acting field before, so it’s hard for me to tell the difference between the two. Regarding acting, I have a lot of trouble and so as well as a singer’s activities. But since this kind of work was given to me, I will try to do my best to do well. This kind of mindset during this period of time acting in “Sungkyunkwan Scandal,” allows me to do my best filming holding on to the thought of giving a good performance for everyone.

Q2. To Yoochun-kun, what is exercise? Is is the same as the relationship between water and oil?

A: I don’t hate exercising. Now I want to do my best to try maintaining my face and my physique. Hahaha…

Q3. Yoochun-hyung/oppa, in challenging acting for a drama for the first time in Korea, is there any secret method of acting training?

A: I accepted acting coaching such as pronunciation and voice training and they can also be considered as secret methods. But between practice and actual performance in front of the camera, there is still a large gap. I asked the director a lot, as well as the sunbae actors (seniors) and the other actors I acted alongside with, and they pointed out to me the parts where I didn’t act too well and as much as possible putting in much effort to correct them. As I watched my scenes, I questioned how it could be like… Orderly learning how to do shoots.

Q4. Micky Yoochun! While you’re acting as a “perfect guy,” when are the moments that you think that “Ah! This perfect guy is so cool!”? And where do you think that you are similar to “perfect guy”?

A. No matter what others say, one must always follow his own principles! As Seonjun is a person who lives uprightly, I think a character with that kind of charisma is hard to find nowadays. In the drama, Seonjun is forced to be a person who upholds his own principles and one of the reasons is due to his father. The kind of pressure that Seonjun feels due to his living condition is what I felt the common thing about us. I felt much pressure during this period of time at work too. Unlike what I thought it would be, the pressure does not come from me being a star but a feeling of losing myself. However, this feeling gradually disappears as the pressure from acting disappears.

Q5. Yoochun-hyung/oppa, in Japan you also said the line “Strip down,” and in Korea you said “Take it off” (old formal way of speech), how do you feel about these kinds of lines?

A: Ahaha. So depressing. In the drama, it’s normal to say that as everyone thinks that Yoonhee is a male. Embarrased for no reason…

Source: Mr. Park + BaiduTVXQ
Translation: tvxqhwaiting, (L) & denise2601 @ OneTVXQ.com
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