[NEWS] Pupil Acting of Yoochun A Challenge to Uhm Tae Woong

The pupil acting by Park Yoochun is drawing attention from netizens.

Recently, a few photos with the title of “Park Yoochun’s pupil acting” were published on a bulletin board. The photos published were the images of singer-actor Park Yoochun from the SBS drama “Rooftop Prince” episode 15 aired on May 9th, 2012. In the drama, Park Yoochun time traveled through 300 years to come to modern society, and plays the two roles of Lee Gak and Yong Tae Yong, and has been highly praised.

The day’s broadcast depicted Yong Tae Mu (Lee Tae Sung) brings Yong Tae Yong who is in vegetative state without conscious for 2 years after the accident in the United Status back to South Korea. In the scene, the pupil acting of Park Yoochun firmly grasped the audience’s attention. The eyes’ expression of Yong Tae Yong when regaining consciousness from vegetative state and looking at Yong Tae Mu is making people reminiscent of pupil acting of actor Uhm Tae Woong.

In KBS2 drama “Man From the Equator“, Uhm Tae Woong is playing the role of Kim Sun Woo who has visual impairment, showing acting skill that made people’s hair stands on end. The pupil acting of Park Yoochun also amazed viewers, who said, “The pupil acting of Park Yoochun is great,” “Comparable to Uhm Tae Woong who has the best pupil acting,” “The eyes’ expression that will make Yong tae Mu collapsed, even me also collapsed after watching it, “Look at the eyes, really creepy,” “Want to duel with pupil’s acting,” “It’s not joking,” “Completely shocking eyes” and so on.

Source: Nate
Credit: DramaHavan
Shared by: JYJ3 + iMickyCassie


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