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'The power if Micky Yuchun' "Miss. Ripley" sold in China, Japan and Tawian

2011/06/19 | 1327 views | Permalink | Source

Micky Yuchun has great power.

Micky Yuchun from group JYJ is in the MBC drama "Miss. Ripley" which has satisfyingly been sold overseas. It was sold to China, Japan and Taiwan at the 2011 Shanghai TV Festival".

Overseas buyers were interested in buying the drama ever since talk about Hallyu star Micky Yuchun came up. Therefore it has been opened to export not long after its release. MBC says, "We can call this pre-sale as it has been sold not long after it started. As a member of JYJ and TVXQ, he has a good amount of base in Asia so we were able to negotiate a fair deal".

Micky Yuchun recently has been to Vietnam to attend the 1st Doosa Asian Cup, which is the first charity program of JS Foundation, where England Premier League soccer player Park Ji-sung is chairman of. He visited the country with fellow members and proved once again that he was truly a Hallyu star.

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