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Park Yoo-chun, confirmed for "Miss. Ripley"... pushes through MBC with drama

2011/03/16 | Permalink | Source

JYJ's Park Yoo-chun crossed the walls of MBC with a drama.

According to a staff on the 16th, Park Yoo-chun has confirmed starring in MBC special drama "Miss. Ripley" and is looking forward to shooting.

He has recently been to the location of shooting in Japan with the other members and staff of the drama and started practicing script reading this day.

This is the first time Park Yoo-chun is entering MBC after dropping out of TVXQ and being active as JYJ. Kim Jae-joong and Xiah Joonsoo haven't been on any entertainment programs in MBC including Park Yoo-chun.

Park Yoo-chun gained much popularity through the main role of Lee Seon-joon in KBS 2TV drama "Sungkyungwan Scandal" and has been getting many love calls after. This coming drama will be his second and a chance to establish a firm base in his acting career.

"Miss. Ripley" will follow up "The Duo" and will be broadcast this May.

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