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Oh Micky, You're So Fine!

I'm not exactly sure how it happened, but something tells me I've become a full-blown Chunsa. In Kpop terms, that is what you call a Park Yoochun fan.

Park Yoochun, who goes by the stage name Micky, is one-third of the Korean boy group JYJ. He debuted as a member of the world-famous TVXQ (also known as DBSK or Dong Bang Shin Ki) in 2003. Not only is he a singer, rapper, and dancer for the group, he is a songwriter as well.

In 2010 he dabbled into acting, with Sungkyunkwan Scandal as his first drama. I actually took notice of Micky's potential in this project; however, I was distracted by Yoo Ah In and Soong Jong Ki, who were his co-stars in this drama. (LOL. Too many pretty boys in one sitting!)

I watched Miss Ripley, (his second drama) too. Wasn't too happy about this, though. The storyline (which was actually based on a true story) was a tad too melodramatic for my taste. Plus I sensed no chemistry whatsoever between him and his leading lady, Lee Da Hae. And I hated Micky's hair, because it looked so Leonard Nimoy (aka Spock) to me.

His third drama, The Rooftop Prince, is currently airing, and holy schmoly, I can not get enough of pretty boy Micky! I usually refrain from watching currently airing dramas because I hate being kept in suspense until the next episode airs, but this one is just too, too daebak (translate: awesome)!

My life has been totally consumed by this drama lately, and I've spent the past few nights sleeping late just so I could squeeze an episode or two in between my writing gigs. (Thank goodness the little man's summer school is over, lol!)

The awesome foursome of The Rooftop Prince.
I'm not sure if I've mentioned this before, but I have a thing for sageuk (historical) and fusion sageuk dramas. Think Queen Seon Deok, Iljimae, Hong Gil Dong, The Princess Man, The Moon that Embraces the Sun, Warrior Baek Dong Soo, and now this.

Perhaps because I'm an old soul that I find everything about Joseon very interesting - the folk village, the palace and its tapestry, the politicking, the rise and claim to power, the silk robes, the rice cakes, the maehwa in full bloom. And as far as I'm concerned, saeguks and fusion sageuks have a way of unleashing an actor's talent and making him shine.

In Micky's case, The Rooftop Prince is making his star shine even brighter. I can't wait for Episode 17!

Sharing with Green Monday, Mellow Yellow Monday, Rednesday, and Color Connection.

9 replies:

Mayet said...

funny coz I have been watching Korean films lately with english subtitle--these guys are taking over our lives ;)

Jessica Cassidy said...

nice jogging outfits especially thge GREEN :-) Dropping by from Green Monday

Mich of Mich Eats and Shops said...

Though I've watched so many Kdramas and movies, I've never encountered him before. Haha probably coz im not really into Korean music? :D He's cute though :D BUT, I'm still a Daniel Henney fan forever :D

Cielo said...

My teen daughter is also into KPop and Korean teleseryes...she would even buy DVDs with English caption ang painstakingly read the caption.

Been here from Green Monday

Chubskulit Rose said...

Korean fanatic ka talaga sis. Kelan ka magmamigrate dun? Thanks for joining Color Connection.

melandria said...

ooh, how come you were able to watch his current korean drama , i'm a certified korean drama addict too and i so love them, I have already watched the sungkyunkwan scandal and miss ripley too and yes, i don't like the ending of miss ripley, as in bakit ganon :)
thanks for sharing.

Jessica Cassidy said...

gorgeous guys :-) Dropping by from Color Connection

MoM from Manila said...

what is it with korean men that makes us fall on their feet? It was love at first sight for me with Daniel Henney...

mind checking my brother singing

Vita Masli said...

Now I know what I am "chunsa" beside "Elf"