[fan-art] Eve Yap’s watercolor portrait painting of Jang Keun Suk

Credit: eveyap00 Instagram
すべての写真-12933

The original photo displayed at 2018 JKS Benefit Photo Exhibition.
最後に追加した項目-85
tenshi_akuma’s note: Thank you always Eve for your wonderful fan-art. Personally this Suk in the photo was my most favorite one of the photo exhibition. Maybe because this Suk looked directly at a camera, and his facial expression shows his excitement into the future. Through the camera, he directly looked at eels. Later he revealed that he had a pain in the ribs physically at that time, which surprised us a lot. He had a pain then, but why this Suk looked so well..? The reason why many eels including me like this Suk is perhaps even if he still has pains or sorrows inside, we can feel some encouraging signs in his eyes. I’m sure he can live with them and get along with them now. We can tell his straight look is directed to the future, and he looks so excited.
I promise to keep walking with him from now on. Not only me, but his eels who have been living with him will wait for his back under the same sky. I’m sure he knows it.

Share on Facebook
Did you like this? Share it:

8 thoughts on “[fan-art] Eve Yap’s watercolor portrait painting of Jang Keun Suk

  1. Eve is amazing as usual!

    This is one of my most loved photos of him.
    That natural expression is 100% genuine – not posed at all.

    I don’t think I’ve seen such a sweet gentle and peaceful smile on him before.

    And Eve captured it perfectly!

  2. He looked so positive in this photo and his smile is killing !❤️❤️, Zikzin our Prince, Eels all are waiting for your return healthily .NO CHEATING ,Love you till the end ❤️❤️

  3. Thank u tenshi for featuring my work again. Despite his internal pain either physically or mentally, he blessed us with a smile that soothes our soul and a gaze that reassures us always.

  4. I agree with your note here, Tenshi. He was able to live with his pain or sorrow for 7 years or more…i’m sure he’s gonna be okay. He knew how to handle himself and always staying positive and happy. I have read in the past about him being down and lonely. I have someone in the family having the same mental health problem…actually it’s not only one but three of different cases. It’s just like he’s one of us now…a family member. A rest of two years from all sources of stress is good for him. I wish him peace and happiness. Waiting for his healthy return…

Leave a Comment