Thai TV coverage of JKS arrival in Bangkok
Watch video below at your own risk! May cause headache! :p
Both credits: BlueInLive
Credits: as tagged in video
No translation, but I’m content with seeing Jang Keun Suk work behind the scenes!
Love his smile, passion and professionalism!
His “The Last in Seoul” DVD is on sale by pre-ordering from an agent company, but it does not have English or Chinese subtitles.
I guess I’ll wait for the subtitled version if there is one, because it is hard not knowing what JKS is talking about.
I think the first pre-order phase carried out in Korea, Taiwan, China and Singapore etc is already over. The last I checked (if my memory serves me correctly), pre-ordering involves sending an email with your order, wait for their money transfer details, transfer the money, send another email with the transaction details, then they will send a confirmation email, then you have to wait some time for the delivery. There should be a second pre-order phase coming up soon.
Simply hilarious! Park Shin Hye (PSH) was the celebrity DJ on a radio show shortly after midnight on 4 August, when Jang Keun Suk’s (JKS) manager called in, pretending to be an 18-year old student who can mimick JKS’ voice perfectly, but actually it was JKS doing those mimicking parts. The manager used his own name but surprisingly, PSH didn’t seem to recognize the name. Not sure whether this is in 2009 or 2010?
JKS’ arrival in Guang-zhou, China, on 2 Jan 2011 at 5.10 pm caused quite a stir as expected. Over 400 fans have been waiting for him at the airport since morning. In the clip above, the railing was overturned and a few eels fell, but luckily no one was injured. JKS paused to see whether help was needed. On his way out of the airport, he blew kisses at fans and left in a car, with many fans in cars pursuing him!
Congratulations to JKS on winning Netizens Award and Best Couple Award!
Somehow, he doesn’t look as thin as during M3 filming, and his face looks more rosy!
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