Kamis, 17 November 2011


JYJ Kim Jaejoong – Choi Kanghee – Jisung – Wang Jihye. Casting for SBS The Boss Has Changed.


Actor Jisung, Choi Kanghee, Wang Jihye, and Group JYJ’s Kim Jaejoong are meeting as leads for a romantic comedy. They are cast for the SBS Wednesday-Thursday drama The Boss Has Changed(working title) that will air for the first time on August 3 as the follow-up to City Hunter. As for the supporting cast, Park Youngkyu, Cha Hwayeon, Kim Chung and such will appear. The Boss Has Changed is a collaboration between Sohn Junghyun PD of Lovers of Paris, Temptation of an Angel, and Good Wives Club and Writer Kwon Kiyoung of To Become Crazed for Love.

The Boss Has Changed will draw the romance that will unfold as the heroine who had been suffering from lack of a job comes to procure a job as a dispatch secretary for a delinquent boss of a mega corporation comically. Jisung will play the immature youngest son of a family of wealth. Choi Kanghee will play Kno Eunsul who comes to be hired as a dispatch secretary for a mega corporation from being an umemployed youth and much incident. Further, Hero Jaejoong will appear as Cha Moohyun, the “Price of the Financial World” who has powerful abilities. Wang Jihye will play the attorney Suh Nayoon.


Jisung – Choi Kanghee – Kim Jaejoong – Wang Jihye. SBS Wed-Thurs Appearance Confirmed.

The Super-Powerful Dream Line for a refreshing and bubbly romantic comedy has surfaced.

For the new SBS Wednesday-Thursday drama The Boss Has Changed (working title) that will be aired starting on August 3rd as a follow-up to City Hunter, Jisung, Choi Kanghee, JYJ’s Hero Jaejoong, Wang Jihye, Park Youngkyu, Cha Hwayeon, and Kim Chung have come to collaborate for an almighty result. The refreshing meeting of the four leads who will carry the drama and the perfect combination of the 3 veteran actors are causing the anticipation of the viewers to heighten.
The Boss Has Changed is a romantic comedy that unfolds as the heroine, who has been suffering from inability to procure a job, comes to serve a delinquent superior (the male lead) of a mega corporation after much twists and turns. It will be a sweet, brutal, cheerful and bright romantic comedy.

In The Boss Has Changed, Jisung will play the immature youngest son of a mega corporation who has quirky aspects to his personality– Cha Jihun. Choi Kanghee will play the role of Kno Eunsul, who comes to work as a dispatch secretary of a mega corporation after enduring much happenings from being the representative unemployed youth.

At this, JYJ’s Hero Jaejoong, who is submitting his first letter of challenge to the domestic drama scene, will play the role of Cha Moohyun, the “Prince of the Financial World” with enormous abilities. Wang Jihye will play Suh Nayoon, who is an attorney who has the perfection that does not overdo or underdo.

Above all, the refreshing 4-sided love line that Jisung, Choi Kanghee, Hero Jaejoong, and Wang Jihye will create is gathering all eyes.

On top of this, the “Ideal Combination” of the establish actors Park Youngkyu, Cha Chayeon, Kim Chung and such who will form the central axis of the drama with their established acting abilities is also bringing much anticipation. The evaluation is that this is the best of all castings that will multiply the drama’s enjoyment with the veteran acting ability. It is that the all powerful dream lien of The Boss Has Changed is completed.

The production side relayed their confidence: “We have found the actors who fit the best The Boss Has Changed. The images of the actors fit the characters to a T. They have stable acting abilities. Each of them also has a variety of appeals. These factors will complete The Boss Has Changed.”

The Boss Has Changed is a follow-up to City Hunter and will first air on August 3.


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Postby Rikku-chan » Sat Jun 25, 2011 6:30 pm
The Title Of The Drama To Follow ‘City Hunter’ Is Confirmed To Be ‘Protect The Boss’

The title of SBS’s new Wednesday-Thursday drama is confirmed to be ‘Protect The Boss’.

On the 24th, SBS stated, “It has been confirmed that the title of the drama to follow ‘City Hunter’ will be ‘Protect The Boss’.” Before this, the drama was given two provisional titles, ‘The Last Female Secretary’ and ‘Our Boss Has Changed’.

‘Protect The Boss’ is a production that will follow the happenings that occur as a woman who had suffered from unemployment begins work as a secretary for an unruly businessman in a conglomerate.

The love rectangle that will be drawn between Jisung, Choi Kang Hee, YoungWoong Jaejoong and Wang Ji Hae will be the focal point of the drama and is highly anticipated as it will be supported by talented, veteran actors.

‘Protect The Boss’ will be directed by PD Sohn Jung Hyun of ‘Lovers of Paris’ and ‘Temptation of an Angel’ and will have its script written by Writer Kwon Gi Young of ‘Crazy From Love’. It will begin airing on August 3rd at 9:55pm after ‘City Hunter’ ends.

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Ji Seung – Choi Kang-hee – Wang Ji-hye – Kim Jaejoong: 4 People in 4 Colors Dream Team for ‘The Boss Has Changed’


Actors Ji Seung, Choi Kang-hee, Wang Ji-hye will collide in a team with JYJ Kim Jaejoong.

Ji Sung, Choi Kang-hee, Wang Ji-hye, and Kim Jaejoong are confirmed to be casts of SBS new Wed-Thu drama special ‘The Boss Has Changed’ (tentative title, script Kwon Gi Young, director Son Jung-hyun), the collaboration of these four actors are said to be one powerful factor of the drama.

‘The Boss Has Changed’ plots the life of the heroine who suffers from serving her delinquent male boss as a secretary of a conglomerate company, after much twist and turns, somehow a romantic feeling grows in between the relationship.

Ji Sung will play the role of spoiled, quirky-kind youngest son from a conglomerate company Cha Ji-heon, while Choi Kang-hee is roled as No Eun-sul, former representative of unemployed youth who becomes the conglomerate company’s secretary after much happenings.

Having a delay to debut before, Kim Jaejoong will finally kick his first challenge to local drama as a powerful ‘Finance World’s Prince’ Cha Mu-won, and Wang Ji-hye secured the role of charismatic lawyer with no lack of perfection, Suh Na-yoon.

The encounter of four-sided lines of Ji Sung, Choi Kang-hee, Kim Jaejoong, and Wang Ji-hye is expected to nail audiences on their spots.

A representative said, “We have found actors who fit the best ‘The Boss Has Changed’. They would fit each of their respective character image, not to mention their stability of acting skill. As well, as an individual they have their own attractive points. It will help to complete the whole aspects of ‘The Boss Has Changed’”

‘The Boss Has Changed’ is coming to pick up the baton from ‘City Hunter’ and is going to have the pilot broadcast on August 3rd.

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Jaejoong - Role Details of our Prince of Finance: Cha Muwon


Fulfills the leadership/management role in Team 2 of the strategic business unit (SBU) operating under ‘C Corporation’. He is also the paternal cousin of Cha Jihun, who is the immature youngest son of said mega corporation.

Cha Muwon’s mother, Shin Sukhee, is the president of a subsidiary company under C corporation, as well as the sister-in-law of Chairman Cha of C Corporation.

Although Cha Muwon holds the position of Team 2 Manager, in reality, he is the Control Tower of the corporation. Muwon manages both Team 2 and Team 1, which was in fact originally intended to be supervised by his cousin, Cha Jihun. Because Muwon possesses substantial leadership skills and intuitive nature, he handles inter-personal communication excellently. He also holdes himself as a gentleman at all times. He, indeed, is the Prince of the Financial World.

In an attempt to gain more management authority, he secretly set in motion several plans that would set the stage for the power struggle with his cousin. Using his mother’s subsidiary corporation as a vessel, he discreetly utilized funds to increase his shares in the C corporation. At the same time, he roped in a number of shareholders and personnel over to his side. Also a part of the plan is the marriage to his cousin’s first love, Seo Nayun, who is the eldest daughter of ‘P Corporation’ President.

In order to keep tabs on his cousin, he strategically hired No Eunsul. But his eyes keep going to her….

Postby Rikku-chan » Fri Jul 01, 2011 5:33 pm
Kim Jaejoong’s First Cut For “Protect the Boss” Appears


YJ’s Kim Jaejoong is to appear in his first Korean drama, SBS drama titled “Protect the Boss” and his cutting steel has been published. SBS drama “Protect the Boss” is the drama that Kim Jaejoong has been chosen to appear in and has started filming for. With his powerful ability, Kim Jaejoong has been undertaking the “prince of business” charm.

The concept of the filming has been Choi Kang Hee, who will be appearing as the secretary, coercing for approval from her boss who’s role will be played by Ji Sung. Due to this concept, Kim Jaejoong’s beautiful suited figure has made its appearance.

With the appearance of Jaejoong, Choi Kang Hee poses as the humble type, which then in turn amazes Ji Sung.

Kim Jaejoong will be facing his first challenge with Korea television with “Protect the Boss”. During his role in this drama, it seems that with wealth, appearance, personality, intellect and etc, Kim Jaejoong will be shaking hearts of all women.

“Protect the Boss” will be about a new secretary who comes to work at a dishonest company and after meeting the boss, begins the project of “taming bad conglomerates”. Ji Sung, Choi Kang Hee, Kim Jaejoong, Wang Ji Hye, and others will be airing on August 3rd subsequent to SBS drama “City Hunter”.




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Jaejoong, Slept With Ji Sung In Underwear… Twice‏


Kim Jaejoong will be completing his first acting in domestic drama with SBS TV ‘Protect The Boss’. He tried his first acting in movie ‘Heaven’s Postman’ (2009) and later gained results through Fuji TV ‘Hard To Say I Love You’.

Appearing as chaebol successors, ‘Cha Mu Won’ Kim Jaejoong and ‘Cha Ji Hyun’ Ji Sung (34) are first cousins. They were rivals due to their parents’ feud for control of management. There was power struggle with Ji Sung hyung but in reality, I became closer with hyung. I was not able to be closer fast, due to the awkward atmosphere but hyung initiated to become closer to me,” expressing his thanks.

The chance to become closer to Ji Sung was during the MT gathering with the actors and staffs. “Before the official filming begins, I went to the MT gathering organised by Ji Sung hyung. In the beginning, we were just the relationship of senior and junior, but after we drank alcohol, it became the situation where we slept in only our underwear.”

“Later on, I practiced the script with hyung, and hyung called, so I went over to his place. That day was also sleeping on hyung’s bed, just wearing underwear. During MT, we slept, saying ‘What’s there to (to worry) between guys?’, the second time we said, ‘It already happened the first time, what’s wrong for the second time,’ rather than becoming closer through pains, we seems to have become closer very fast.”

Kim Jaejoong said that it was a very happy filming site. He have to endure his laughter looking at Ji Sung and Park Young Kyu (58). “Teacher Park Yong Kyu is a cultivated gentleman-like off screen but upon acting, he is very funny. Ji Sung hyung is Teacher Park Yong Kyu’s son and his appearance is a punk, thus his usual lines used proverbs that is unlike a proverb or idiom, the words used for a slang that is unlike a slang would appear too, therefore it is very interesting.”

“Other than Ji Sung hyung’s passionate help, I can feel the care from the others too. Choi Kang Hee noona would leave me a message if she did not managed to say goodbye to me after filming. After the increment of meet-ups, the nervousness gradually decreased. The senior actors were very good to me.”

Kim Jaejoong is currently undergoing the challenge with his new realization. During his filming for ‘Heaven’s Postman’, he was in a status with a lot of thoughts for his singing career thus he has no desire in other fields. Therefore there was neither enough time for filming nor his degree of commitment.

“Nobody told me what a movie is. And it was not a continuous filming. I filmed for a few scenes and returned to being a singer, then returned to filming again. It was done is such a manner. I do not understand/know the continuing emotions of the scenes and filmed it just like that. It also seems that due to my issues, Han Hyo Joo who was filming with me, also lost the enthusiasm. I changed a lot during the drama filming in Japan. I learnt a lot of things and it was a chance for me to be committed as an actor.”

Kim Jaejoong said the message spread by ‘Protect the Boss’ was rather solemn. It not only portrays the sufferings of people seeking employment, it also portrays the troubles of an everyday employee. But there would be laughters and affections in it to share with the viewers, “I think it is such a drama.”

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Postby Rikku-chan » Wed Jul 13, 2011 12:18 pm
Jaejoong Says, “I’m Excited About My Acting Debut… I’ll Move Our Viewers And Make Them Laugh”


Kim Jaejoong, who is receiving love from all over the world as a member of JYJ, will be debuting as an actor in the domestic drama industry. He will do so through SBS’ Wednesday-Thursday drama ‘Protect the Boss’, which will begin airing on the 3rd of August.

Kim Jaejoong made his acting debut through the 2009 Korea-Japan collaboration movie ‘Postman to Heaven’ and then worked alongside popular Japanese stars Ueno Juri and Eita in Fuji TV’s ‘Sunao Ni Narenakute’, receiving praise for his stable acting skills.

And now, Kim Jaejong will be making his debut in the domestic drama industry with ‘Protect the Boss’. He will be playing the role of Cha Mu Won, the talented ‘prince of the financial world’, and will be acting as a chic ChaDoNam(Cold City Guy).

“For a long time, I carefully looked over the movie and drama propositions that I received. There were some productions that I couldn’t appear in because of the airing schedule. But I chose ‘Protect the Boss’ because it has a fun scenario and because I thought that the role of Cha Mu Won fits me well.“

‘Protect the Boss’ depicts the sweet yet scary ‘Taking control of an unruly conglomerate successor project’ between a newbie secretary with an unruly successor to a conglomerate as her boss. PD Sohn Jung Hyun of ‘Lovers in Paris’ and ‘Temptation of an Angel’ and screenwriter Kwon Gi Young of ‘Crazy from Love’ have gotten together to create the drama.

“The drama draws on the issue of job hunters who suffer from the unemployment crisis as well as the pains of being an employee so the message that the drama hopes to portray is a little heavy. But through its purpose, the drama will create a bond of sympathy with its viewers and I believe ‘Protect the Boss’ will present its viewers with touching moments and laughter at the same time.”


When Kim Jaejoong, who hasn’t completed a lot of footage yet because he only recently began filming for the drama, started talking about the atmosphere on location, he found himself subconsciously smiling as he emphasized that, “It’s the best.”

“Because I don’t have that much experience as an actor, my seniors and veterans are liberal with their advice for me. Ji Sung hyung even invited me to his house once when we didn’t have any filming to do and helped me with my lines. Saying that actors have better chemistry if they get along with each other, he planned dinners for all of us to get together. Cha Hwa Yeon, who plays the role of my mother, calls me ‘my son’ whenever she can and takes care of me while Park Young Gyu takes care of me as well. Going on location to film makes me happy.”

The drama will begin airing after ‘City Hunter’, which is currently at the top of the ratings charts for Wednesday-Thursday dramas. Wouldn’t Kim Jaejoong, who is kicking off his drama debut, be worried about viewer ratings?

“I can’t worry about viewer ratings just yet. I’m sure our director and staff do though. I’m just going to focus on my acting for now. But I’m sure that once the drama begins airing, I’ll subconsciously start worrying a lot about the viewer ratings. When Yoochun’s ‘SungKyunKwan Scandal’ began airing, I found him surfing the net a lot to look up ratings for his drama though he would rarely go online in the past. Watching him, I thought, ‘That will be me in the future.’ (laughter) I hope our drama does as well as City Hunter.”

Kim Jaejoong once received complaints from his fans because of a kiss scene with Han Hyo Joo in ‘Postman to Heaven’. In his new drama, he will be working alongside Choi Kang Hee and we wonder what it would be like if he filmed a kiss scene with someone who is older than him?

“The script hasn’t been completed yet so I don’t know yet if there will be a kiss scene. But if it’s in the script, I’ll have to do it. (laughter) People ask me for my opinion on dating older women because there’s quite an age difference between me and Choi Kang Hee, but I believe that age doesn’t matter when it comes to love.”

Though he has been Kim Jaejoong the singer till now, he asked that everyone forget what he was like on stage and see him as Kim Jaejoong, the rookie actor.

“I’m sure the image of me singing on stage has become deeply imbedded in the minds of our fans, but I would like it if everyone saw me as Kim Jaejoong, the rookie actor, in the drama. Even though my acting is still very lacking and may not be up to your expectations, please watch over me. I’ll show improvements every episode.”


Source: [star news]
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JYJ’s Kim Jaejoong Appears In His First Domestic Drama “I Want To Work Hard And Be Loved For It”


No words are needed to describe his singing and dancing. Add in a handsome face, fluent Japanese-speaking skills as well as a warm heart. The expression ‘multi-faceted handsome guy’ fits him perfectly.

Though he is a member of JYJ(Kim Jaejoong, Park Yoochun, Kim Junsu), a top class male group who have made their mark in the music industry, not a single trace of arrogance or vanity could be found within him. Kim Jaejoong would add his signature easy-going laugh to the honest answers he gave, even to the most blunt questions that the reporters had.

Kim Jaejoong tried out his first drama with FujiTV’s ‘Sunao Ni Narenakute’ in Japan. Recently confirmed to appear in the SBS drama ‘Protect the Boss’, he will soon be making his debut in the domestic drama industry. Regarding his comeback as an actor, Kim Jaejoong said, “I’m so nervous that I’m getting goosebumps,” but one could easily see an expression of feel-good thrill running through his face.

“Many tell me that I’m probably feeling really pressured about my first appearance in a Korean drama, but I’m feelings nervousness more than pressure, which has negative connotations. I don’t have the relaxed and experienced confidence that I have when I stand on stage as a singer. I believe I’m at a stage where I’m still very lacking in so many ways. But my heart is pounding at the prospect of trying something new.“

In this drama, he will work alongside Ji Sung, Choi Kang Hee and Wang Ji Hae as Cha Mu Won, the talented ‘prince of the financial world’. Kim Jaejoong describes his character, the cousin of Cha Ji Hun(Ji Sung), as a mysterious gentleman who has a hidden cold edge to him.

“Cha Mu Won is mysterious but also has a very childishly innocent side. You could say that he is an ambivalent character but he’s very different from me. I think that the character of Cha Ji Hun, who Ji Sung plays, is more like me, like how he’s very playful and mischievous.”


Kim Jaejoong, who has the most off-the-wall charm in JYJ, Choi Kang Hee, who is known to be a fourth-dimensional character, and Ji Sung, the mood maker. It looks like the actors of ‘Protect the Boss’ will never have a chance to be bored.

“Because I just started filming for the drama, I haven’t met my fellow actors and seniors many times, but the atmosphere has been great ever since the script rehearsal. It’s so great that we’re too busy laughing to be bored. Cha Hwa Yeon and Park Young Gyu have been giving me a lot of great advice and I want to work hard on my acting and continue to be loved for it.”‘

To be loved by his fellow actors and the viewers alike, Kim Jaejoong has been working hard to improve and grow as an actor. He is even receiving guidance on his acting from Ahn Nae Sang, who he was introduced to by the director of ‘Protect the Boss’.

Ahn Nae Sang, who played the role of Park Yoochun’s teacher in KBS2′s ‘SungKyunKwan Scandal’, has been receiving an interested reaction from fans such as, ‘Park Yoochun’s on-screen mentor has become Kim Jaejoong’s actual mentor.’ Hearing this, Kim Jaejoong laughed and said, “Yoochun’s mentor is my mentor? I guess you could see it that way.”

He added in a joking sigh as he said, “He tells me lots of stories about Yoochun as he helps me with my acting. He praised Yoochun a lot as he told me, ‘At first, Yoochun struggled with the historical speech but later on, he was really good at it’. Though I’m really proud of him, it adds a little more pressure on me and makes it harder for me.“

JYJ’s Park Yoochun is currently acting in MBC’s ‘Miss Ripley’ and made his mark in the drama industry when he won awards at the KBS Drama Awards and Baeksang Arts Awards for his role in ‘SungKyunKwan Scandal’. Kim Junsu has been thriving in the musical industry, having won awards at the Musical Awards through ‘Tears of Heaven’ and ‘Mozart!’.

Kim Jaejoong properly began his acting career later than his other members and didn’t hide the slight pressure from that fact as he said, “I’m envious. They say that even being spanked first is better, right?”

“In Yoochun’s case, he had to juggle the World Tour with his drama schedule, leading to him having a hard time trying to complete his overflowing schedule. So when I told him that I would start filming for my drama, he joked around and said, ‘Hyung, you’ll go through the same thing as I did. You need to suffer like I did just once.’ Haha. Junsu would send me texts of encouragement like ‘Be strong!’ as well as funny jokes that are floating around online. The members are a great strength to me and make me feel reassured.”

“As an actor, I see myself as a newborn baby who has just begun. I’ll do my best and work hard, so please support me and remind me to work hard.”

Source: [TV Daily]
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Kim Jaejoong Appears In His First Drama.. How Did He Start It Off?


JYJ’s Kim Jaejoong(25) went hiking for his first domestic drama.

He traveled to nearby suburbs for a two-day-long bonding trip with the cast of SBS’ new Wednesday-Thursday drama ‘Protect the Boss’.

Kim Jaejoong said, “The first time that I arrived on location, it felt so awkward that I couldn’t approach my fellow cast members,” and “At that time, Ji Sung brightened up the atmosphere. Ji Sung hyung is someone who believes that actors have to be close to work well together, so he planned a bonding trip for all of us.”

He also added, “Five of us(Ji Sung, Choi Kang Hee, Wang Ji Hae, Lee Hui Won) went hiking together and shared lots of stories,” and “After we were done with our hiking expedition, I sang for a talent contest we had, and I was so embarrassed.” He continued to reminisce as he laughed and said, “It might be okay for other people to mess up their singing to make it funny or interesting, but I felt like I couldn’t mess up, so I remember doing my best as I sang.”

But he said that he had it better than others. “Wang Ji Hae had to show off her singing skills twice because she sang during the bonding trip and then she had to sing in front of her acting seniors.”

Kim Jaejoong says he is slowly getting used to filming for his drama and said, “I feel relaxed around everyone now,” and “Nowadays, I sometimes exchange texts or phone calls with Choi Kang Hee noona.”

He thanked Ji Sung as he added, “Ji Sung hyun calls me over to rehearse together when we don’t have any filming to do,” and “He’s been giving me a lot of help on my acting.”

Kim Jaejoong will be playing Cha Mu Won, the ‘prince of the financial world’. Though he is cousins with Cha Ji Hun(Ji Sung), he is in an antagonistic relationship with his cousin because of the feud between their parents over running the family business. The drama will begin airing on the 3rd of August.

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Postby Rikku-chan » Fri Jul 15, 2011 7:18 am
Kim Jaejoong Doesn’t Forget His Fan Service… “Yoochun, Make An Appearance In Our Drama”

JYJ’s fans must be extremely happy right now because JYJ’s Kim Jaejoong(25) will be appearing in his first Korean drama.

He will be expanding his playing field by taking on the role of Cha Mu Won, ‘the prince of the financial world’, in SBS TV’s Wednesday-Thursday drama ‘Protect the Boss’. His character is in an antagonistic relationship with his cousin Cha Ji Hun(Jisung) because of a family feud that began with their parents over the running of the conglomerate.

“Though this is my first Korean drama appearance, I don’t feel any pressure or weight on my shoulders. Shall I say that I feel a sense of nervousness? Of course, I do feel a little pressured about having our drama’s viewer ratings compared to that of ‘City Hunter’ because that drama is doing so well. But my greed to take on my character well is bigger than my greed to succeed.”


As he has showcased his charisma in countless performances, he is broad-minded whether he is acting or singing. But his face filled with worry when he was reminded that Park Yoochun and Kim Junsu have become hits in the drama and musical industries respectively.

He smiled and said, “When I think about the whole situation with only myself in perspective, I don’t feel pressured but when I’m reminded that the other guys have done so well, I suddenly feel a weight on my shoulders,” and “I can’t help but feel pressured when we get compared to each other.”

Kim Jaejoong has gotten his feel for acting through the 2009 movie ‘Postman to Heaven’ and the Fuji TV’s ‘Sunao Ni Narenakute’. Already been praised for his Japanese drama debut, the rumors of his entry into the domestic drama industry have been endless till now.

But because of his world tour schedule, Kim Jaejoong had to reject over ten productions. Therefore, the fact that he has finally decided on a drama has his fans excited and ecstatic. Kim Jaejoong says that the drama’s storyline, content and his character fits him well.

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What kind of advice did the other members give him as fellow actors, not singers? Kim Jaejoong said, “Honestly, I don’t think we’re in the position to give each other advice as actors. All of us are still in the learning process so we just tell each other ‘Work hard,’ or ‘Do your best.’“

Kim Jaejoong is still not confident about himself as an actor. But he says that he doesn’t feel more nervous at venues with a larger crowd. “I don’t feel nervous at concert venues with 50,000~60,000 people. But when that number falls to the thousands or hundreds, my nervousness shoots up. There are about 50 people on location when he film for the drama, and I feel like all 100 eyes are staring at me and me only. I’ll have to be able to overcome that.”


JYJ, whose members originate from TVXQ, are known to be one of the most popular groups domestically and overseas. When we asked him if he will be singing or playing an instrument in the drama for his fans, he said that he doesn’t know yet. But he does have something he’d like from fellow team member Park Yoochun.

“He’s working so hard for the drama ‘Miss Ripley’ right now so I don’t know if this will work out, but I would like it if Yoochun could make a surprise appearance in our drama. He’s a director in his drama, so how about he appears in our drama as a director who comes to make a business deal with our company? Director Song, how about you appear just once?“(laughter)

Kim Jaejoong must still like his members who he’s been sharing a house with since 2004. Recently, he moved into the same apartment as Kim Junsu. He joked and said, “Honestly, I didn’t want to move in because Junsu lives there,” but was actually quite delighted to be moving in as he added, “Yoochun was supposed to move into the apartment after Junsu and he didn’t because of personal reasons. I was luckily able to get a house because someone moved out.“

He had one more service for his fans. He said, “From what I know, we’re planning on releasing an album before the drama is over,” and emphasized that he will not be abandoning his activities as a singer.

But for now, his acting comes first. Kim Jaejoong said, “When singers make acting debuts, some people still see them as singers,” and “I worry that people will still see me as a singer, so I will work hard to mesh well with my fellow actors.”

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Postby Rikku-chan » Sun Jul 17, 2011 12:57 pm
JYJ’s Jaejoong praised by ‘Protect the Boss’ co-stars for his acting talent


JYJ’s Jaejoong is being highly praised by his senior co-stars for his acting skills on SBS’s ‘Protect the Boss‘.

According to SBS, the crew kicked off the drama’s official filming by recording a reception scene at the 63 Building in Yeouido, Seoul on July 15th. As soon as the cue sign was dropped by PD Son Jung Hyun, Jaejoong was said to have slipped seamlessly into his role as ‘Moon Won’.

Senior co-stars like Park Young Kyu, Cha Hwa Yeon, Kim Ha Gyun, and many others all praised, “Jaejoong is an actor who will attain greatness. Let’s all support him so that he can do even better.” Staff members who had been watching Jaejoong interact with Ji Sung for their script also complimented, “They’re truly a great senior and junior.”

Producers of the drama added, “Before filming began, Jaejoong made sure to check over not only his script, but his outfit and make-up as thoroughly as possible. Although it’s his first time acting, he is as passionate as any other actor out there.”

The drama will begin airing on August 3rd.



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Postby Rikku-chan » Tue Jul 19, 2011 8:07 pm
Choi Kang Hee Noona Says I Am Being 4th Dimensional‏


Kim Jaejoong transformed into actor, occupying the evening drama slot by taking on his first challenge in domestic drama ‘Protect The Boss’, broadcasting after ‘City Hunter’.

- Senior actor Yoochun thinks that being relaxed is more important than advice.

In ‘Protect The Boss’, Kim Jaejoong acted as financial prince, Director Cha Mu Won. He is first cousin-related to Cha Ji Hyun (Ji Sung), but are rivals in power struggle. After Kim Jaejoong was casted, the happiest were still the JYJ members, “Recently when I met Yoochun at the hair salon, we even role-played a scene.”

Coincidentally, Park Yoochun is currenly filming for MBC’s ‘Miss Ripley’ as Director Song Yuhyun, “Aren’t we both directors? Therefore he said to me, ‘Director Cha, I am Director Song. It’s been a while, Director Cha.’ and such. (laughs) He also advised me that things might be tough due to insufficient sleep, therefore have to take good care of my health.”

Managing one’s health is important to actors and recently Kim Jaejoong is infatuated with gong-jin dan (a type of Chinese tonic that is not cheap either) that was famous in ‘Best Love’, “I have been eating the gong-jin dan properly that fans gave to me. As it is not cheap, therefore when I eat it, it feels that I will be very healthy.”


- The gathering was held and the atmosphere was high!

Before the filming begins, the cast were worried about the awkwardness, therefore the production crew of ‘Protect The Boss’ accepted Ji Sung hyung’s suggestion and everyone went on a gathering. “The atmosphere was great! Actors and staffs who went on the gathering exchanged numbers and thus became closer. After that (gathering), we would send messages and I slept with Ji Sung hyung at the gathering in just underwear. Choi Kang Hee Noona also said to me, ‘I’ve always heard about Jaejoong being 4th dimensional, and it is indeed like this after meeting. (laughs)’.”

As the youngest at the filming site, but the atmosphere creator turns out to be Ji Sung. “From the script reading session, Senior Ji Sung have been making the atmosphere a happy one and Senior Cha Hwa Yong and Park Yong Kyu also gave me a lot of advices, this made me very grateful (to them). This drama’s genre was supposed to be romantic and a bit of funny, thus during the script reading, it was filled with laughters.”

- Ideal type? Compared to Seo Na Yoon, I prefer No Eun Sul!

In ‘Protect The Boss’, Kim Jaejoong worked with both Choi Kang Hee (acting as No Eun Sul) and Wang Ji Hye (acting as Seo Na Yoon). Kim Jaejoong was asked who is his ideal type between No Eun Sul and Seo Na Yoon? He replied, “Eun Sul is the type who is free-spirited and reckless, while Na Yoon is an ambitious and slightly picky woman. If I have to choose, Eun Sul would be closer to my ideal type and for girls like Na Yoon who is vey ambitious and possessive, it must be difficult to get along with. But if the two characters were to blend, it will be good.”

When asked about his recent ideal type, Kim Jaejoong replied, “A good first impression that she is a good woman. I was absorbed in that charisma when I watched ‘Ladies of the Palace’ in the past. At that time, Senior Kang Soo Yeon and Jun In Hwa should be my ideal type. I don’t think there are any drastic changes to it even now.”

source: sportschosun+baidu
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Postby Rikku-chan » Wed Jul 20, 2011 11:55 am
Ji Sung Voluntarily Revealed ‘Big-Head Embarassment’ Photo. To Be Said In Exact, It’s Twice of JYJ Kim Jaejoong’s?‏


Actor Ji Sung self-revealed a big-head embarrassment photo and provided light laughters online in this hot weather.

On the 19th, Ji Sung revealed on his Me2day with the words, “Erm… Should I reveal this photo? I hesitated…” He followed on saying, “First of all, this is done by the staff, it’s too hilarious! Thus I courageously posted this up in order to make you all laugh in this hot summer. Hahahaha,” and so this photo is revealed.

In the photo, the other appearance with Ji Sung is JYJ’s Jaejoong. Jaejoong’s head is normal sized and the obviously enlarged head of Ji Sung left everyone in laughters. In it, Jaejoong coldly looked at Ji Sung while Ji Sung had a ‘mong’ look, (T/N: as in dazed, spaced-out look.) looking down with a subtle expression, gaining many netizens’ laughters.

Netizens expressed, “It is really hilarious.”, “As compared to the size of the heads, the two’s expressions are even funnier.”, “It’s too adorable.”, “Next time, please also revealed Jaejoong oppa’s enlarged version, please.”,”Protect the boss, fighting!” etc.

Ji Sung and Kim Jaejoong are currently working on filming SBS drama ‘Protect The Boss’ that is broadcasting on the 3rd of August.

source: star fnnews+jaetime
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Postby Rikku-chan » Thu Jul 21, 2011 10:40 am
Delinquent Boss Ji Sung Vs Model Boss Kim Jaejoong, Who Will Be The Winner Of The Battle Of Two Different Allure?‏


Ji Sung and Kim Jaejoong exhibited their two different extraordinary allure of a boss. Ji Sung and Kim Jaejoong will be portraying as reckless youngest son of a conglomerate Cha Ji Hyun and capable prince of the financial world Cha Mu Won respectively in ‘Protect The Boss’ that is broadcasting on the 3rd of August, displaying the looks of warm-hearted bosses.

Although Cha Ji Hyun (Ji Sung) and Cha Mu Won (Kim Jaejoong) are first cousin-related, they had quite an intriguing mental battle due to power struggle. Cha Ji Hyun developed a slight feeling of inferiority towards his talented cousin Cha Mu Won while Cha Mu Won is quite defensive against Cha Ji Hyun with regards to gaining of management control due to the complicated family history

Therefore the two often exchanged those glances unknowingly to bystanders, quietly undergoing the feud with the exchange of delinquent boss Ji Sung’s ‘delinquent look’ and model boss Kim Jaejoong’s ‘sharp look’. Though Ji Sung and Kim Jaejoong exchanged those fiery looks during filming, they still sat together and talked closely during filming breaks.

The production crew said, “Ji Sung who worked hard in creating a good filming environment and did things sturdily, with polite young man Kim Jaejoong who always walked over with a smile, their good collaboration was unexpected. The opposite allure of both would probably bring about warm-hearted bosses syndrome.”

source: newsen
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“Boss” Kim Jaejoong, first script reading practice with Ji Sung and Choi Kang Hee‏


Ji Sung, Choi Kang Hee, Kim Jaejoong, Wang Ji Hye etc, the perfect charismatic score of “Super Strong Dream Line” had their enjoyable first meet.

As the follow up after ‘City Hunter’, the leads of new SBS Wednesday-Thursday drama that is broadcasting from the 3rd of August, ‘Protect the Boss’, Ji Sung, Choi Kang Hee, Kim Jaejoong, Wang Ji Hye, Park Young Kyu, Cha Hwa Yeon and Kim Chung Yi have gathered together for the drama script reading practice session.

On the 29th at SBS Ilsan Production Centre drama practice room, the script practice was progressed throughout in a pleasant and amicable atmosphere. The enthusiastic being of the energetic actors who actually met for the first time, brought the atmosphere to a new height.

In ‘Protect the Boss’, Ji Sung who intends to transform through his acting of the insensible youngest son of a conglomerate with black hole looks (meaning those who worked in vain, usually do not understand what others were talking about and a bit senseless and blur), appeared with the unique hairstyle that reminds people of Slam Dunk’s Miyagi Ryota and attracted everyone’s attention.

Partnering with Ji Sung is Choi Kang Hee who came out different from her usual savvy short hairdo, has also attracted others with her youthful image of straight fringe and long straight hair.

Through this drama as his first challenge for domestic drama, Kim Jaejoong comfortably reading his scripts has foreseen his fresh start of a beginning. Being the character of capable “Prince of the Financial World” Cha Mu Won, displaying his perfect man acting skills, he will also be rivals with cousin Cha Ji Hun competing through comical acting skills.

Wang Ji Hye also attended the script reading practice enthusiastically throughout. Veterans Park Young Kyu, Cha Hwa Yeon, Kim Chung Yi etc and their skilled acting also shined at the practice ground.

The production crew expressed, “Because it is a fresh and lively romantic comedy, the attractive script of ‘Protect the Boss’ has led the filming site into laughters continuously. To the actors and production crew who have officially started to film ‘Protect the Boss’, their anticipations were filled fully. We hoped for your attention and concern through the fresh and joyful laughters of drama ‘Protect the Boss’.”

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