Park Yoo Chun of JYJ recently revealed his thoughts on how his latest drama MBC’s “I Miss You” should end. On December 17, he joined his co-stars Yoon Eun Hye and Yoo Seung Ho at the MBC Culture Center in Yangju, where they met up with the press.
During the Q&A session, Park Yoo Chun shared, “Personally, I would like a sad ending.” He continued, “There hasn’t been any confirmation on how it will end. I’ve talked to the director about it several times, and based on the story that’s been told up to know, he has hinted that a happy ending might be difficult.”
The singer-actor also stated, “Personally, I think a sad ending might be better than a happy one. Whether it be a tragedy or however it flows, I think having a sad ending is better than a brighter, happier one.” He added laughingly, “Ever episode after episode of crying, I think I’ve gotten used to it.”
Meanwhile, “I Miss You,” has been the leader of Wednesday/Thursday night drama ratings race, having recorded 11.6% with its latest episode. 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.