Park Yoo Chun Shares His Thoughts on Ending “I Miss You”
On January 15, Park Yoo Chun left a message for his fans on JYJ’s official facebook. In the message, he shared his thoughts on ending his current drama “I Miss You.”
Park Yoo Chun wrote, “Everyone~ There is only two more episode until the finale. I’m so sad, and I’m already starting to miss it. Here are Park Yoo Chun’s thoughts. He’s currently busy wrapping up filming! Hello everyone, this is Yoo Chun. I am happily wrapping up filming. Because of all of your attention and love, both Jung Woo and I are very happy. Please continue to show a lot of interest in the remaining two episodes.” He continued, “I’m getting a lot of thoughts as the last shoot comes near. This was a really emotional project, and I’m very attached to my Han Jung Woo character. I really want to protect the world Han Jung Woo lives in, and I think I’m going to live with the desire to protect the people that he wishes to protect until the very end. Please continue to show us a lot of attention in the final two episodes.”
Netizens who saw his message commented, “I can’t believe it’s almost the end,” “I miss you already,” “I wish they extended it more,” “You’re such a great actor,” and more.
“I Miss You” is described as a traditional melodrama about first love and stars Park Yoo Chun, Yoon Eun Hye, and Yoo Seung Ho. In the series, Park Yoo Chun plays Han Jung Woo, a homicide detective with a pleasant personality. He holds a painful memory of his first love and his regret of not being able to protect her locked deep inside his heart. Yoon Eun Hye plays Lee Soo Yeon, Han Jung Woo’s first love and the daughter of a murderer. The two fell in love at the tender age of fifteen but had their love snatched away from them. They continue to live their lives, keeping their broken hearts and true feelings hidden. Yoo Seung Ho will rival Park Yoo Chun for Yoon Eun Hye’s affections as the cold-hearted Kang Hyung Joon. He’s described as a man of vengeance behind his gentle demeanor.
“I Miss You” will air its twentieth episode tonight, January 16, at 9:55PM KST. You can check out the preview with subs here!