SBS’ new drama “Three Days,” which was scheduled to begin airing February of 2014, cast Park Yoochun as the male lead role. However, with the recent announcement of a delay in its filming, his appearance on the dramas has become uncertain.
According to C-JeS Entertainment on December 11 to a Korean entertainment news outlet, “We were notified the filming of ‘Three Days’ was postponed. Sometime after this, we were told again ‘Three Days’ would begin filming and air as planned. We are confused.”
The agency representative also stated, “After receiving the notice that ‘Three Days’ has been delayed, we confirmed with the production company as well as the broadcast company.”
Park Yoochun has been cast in a new movie titled “Sea Fog” directed by Bong Joon Ho, and it was difficult to make adjustments to his schedule. The representative explained. “We were told the filming for the drama was rescheduled after we had already made adjustments to his schedule.”
The representative also added, “We confirmed many times in order to prevent schedule conflicts as well as in order to not cause any harm to the project. We set up the schedule after confirming many times, but we’re not sure if there is any more room for changes.”
In accordance to Park Yoochun’s appearance on the drama, the representative commented, “In the current state of things, we cannot give a definite answer of whether he will be able to star in the drama.”
Currently, Park Yoochun has verbally agreed to star in “Three Days,” but he has not yet signed a contract to such agreement. His appearance on the drama has become uncertain due to changes in the drama’s scheduling and miscommunication between the actor and the production company.