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'I Miss You' Park Yoochun, Simply an Actor

By Staff Writer | November 29, 2012 01:22 AM EST


JYJ member and actor Park Yoochun is proving himself to be just an actor.

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He is currently starring in MBC drama "I Miss You" as a determined and hurt detective Han Jung Woo. He had been living his life in guilt after losing his first love Soo Yeon (Yoon Eun Hye) and chases criminals with a steady charisma sure to scare anyone.

He seems to undergo very drastic mood changes and this can be dangerous for an actor but Park Yoochun was able to pull it off nicely. When he was down, he was really down but when his emotions were really necessary, he was explosive and expressive.

Many idol actors try to bring their stage mannerisms to dramas and this never works. However, Park Yoochun has definitely practiced his craft with his previous projects and he's an actor who only focuses on his character, rather than his own self-image.

"I Miss You" continues to air the painful love story between two long-lost lovers and many are praising Park Yoochun's portrayal.

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