Park Yoochun Talks About Unconditional Love and Envying His Character in “Sea Fog”


JYJ member and actor Park Yoochun touched on the subject of love during a recent interview about his latest film “Sea Fog.”

On August 5, the star sat down with news outlet Asia Economy to talk about his thoughts on the movie. He began by confessing, “Dong Sik, who I play in ‘Sea Fog,’ is very naive. He is the type of person that I have always admired.”

“Since the beginning of middle school, I have earned money by myself. I have carried the responsibility for my life since then, and seeing Dong Sik take care of his grandmother and work hard jobs, I noticed similarities between Dong Sik and myself,” the talent continued.

“Although me and Dong Sik share a number of traits, we are still very different. I like his way of taking rapid action thanks to his simple way of thinking and his way of pushing forward with his plans. I envy him, and I think our era needs people like him. There are not many people like Dong Sik, I think,” he confessed.

“‘Sea Fog’ is a movie that the current era needs. It shows pure and innocent love that you do not see in our modern society,” the actor said, and revealed his yearning for unconditional love, “Nowadays, people consider the terms before looking at the person, but Dong Sik and Hong Mae (Han Ye Ri) love each other unconditionally. I miss that kind of love, and I am jealous of them.”

“Sea Fog” starring Park Yoochun premieres on August 13.