[NEWS] JYJ’s Park Yoo Chun and his “pretty boy” servants at the center of attention in The Rooftop Prince

Lately, people show more interest in JYJ’s Park Yoo Chun and his three servants who appear in SBS’s drama series The Rooftop Prince.

A staff member of the series said on April 3, “We have a lovely atmosphere on the set. At first, it was awkward, of course, but now people have meals together and exchange numbers.

When viewer ratings went up, people became even livelier. Lee Min Ho, in particular, is in the lead of creating a good atmosphere.”

The three “pretty boy” servants in the series are starred by Jung Suk Won, Lee Min Ho, and Choi Woo Shik and their appearance in three primary-colored training suits adds more fun to the series. They succeed in grabbing viewers’ eyes at once as they try to adapt to present time in an extraordinary way.

Jung Suk Won acts a charismatic swordsman, Woo Yong Sul, who keeps a serious look even in a funny situation, inspiring laughter from the audience.

Lee Min Ho portrays Song Man Bo, the youngest person to win the first place in a state examination but lacks a great deal of flexibility and sociality in relationships. Lastly, Choi Woo Shik plays an unpredictable, innocent eunuch, Do Chi San.

In the episode of The Rooftop Prince which airs on April 4, the crown prince (played by Park Yoo Chun) is spotted entering the house of C.E.O Yeo (played by Ban Hyo Jung). In order to keep his rooftop house safe, the prince decides to cut his hair despite his three people strongly dissuading him.

Source: TVReport
Credit: enKorea
Shared by: JYJ3 + iMickyCassie

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