Park Yoo Chun to Make Drama Return with ′Three Days′
JYJ′s Park Yoo Chun is finally making his acting return through the upcoming SBS drama Three Days.
C-JeS Entertainment revealed on November 4 that Park Yoo Chun has decided to star in the drama Three Days, which is set to air in February of 2014.
Park Yoo Chun didn’t hesitate in his decision to star in the drama, which is a new project from acclaimed writer Kim Eun Hee, who wrote Sign and The Ghost, and Director Shin Kyung Soo, who produced Tree with Deep Roots.
Three Days is about a president who goes missing during his vacation after three rounds of gun shots. The drama traces the footsteps of the security guards who try to locate the missing president.
Park Yoo Chun will act as the elite security guard Han Tae Kyung, as he shows off his manly charisma. This is his first drama since his role in Missing You.
C-JeS reported that they decided on the drama after reading its attractive synopsis along with talented producers and staff. They added, "Park Yoo Chun’s appearance in the drama has been exciting his fans throughout Asia and Europe, and some companies are even planning to buy the drama already."
Park Yoo Chun successfully debuted as an actor through Sungkyunkwan Scandal, and continued to star in numerous dramas such as Miss Ripley, Rooftop Prince and Missing you.
Photo Credit: C-JeS Entertainment
We apologize for the confusion. By Korean counting system, it has been 2 years since Park Yoo Chun′s last drama, but we have made appropriate edits to reduce confusion.