At a press conference on Jan. 17 in Nonhyun-dong in southern Seoul, the entertainer said that he hesitated about acting for the second time in the drama about a high school for aspiring singers.
"After being involved in the first season, I was approached with the offer to come back for a second season", Park said. "At first I wasn't so sure. Mostly because there were such high expectations from teenage fans, I didn't want to disappoint anyone".
Despite the initial misgivings, the music producer said that he decided to take the offer.
"Around autumn, I had these ideas about what kinds of stories should be told. Then I realized that the message I wanted to convey was 'What makes you happy?'" the 40-year-old added. "Compared to the first season, I hope to be able to show my improvement as an actor".
In addition to starring in the drama, to air on Jan. 30, Park is also currently appearing as a judge on SBS's reality singing program "K-pop Star". Park is also set to star in the movie "5 Million-dollar Man", which opens in March.
By Carla Sunwoo [email@example.com]
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