JYJ’s Kim Jaejoong, Jo Se Ho, INFINITE’s Woohyun, And More Share Their Experiences On “Photo People 2”

2018-06-12 11:07:59 2018-06-12 11:14:59

At a press conference on June 11, JYJ’s Kim Jaejoong, Jo Se Ho, INFINITE’s Woohyun, Yoo Seon Ho, and Lee Tae Hwan talked about their experiences and friendships during filming for the second season of “Photo People.”

The previous season featured the cast taking photos for Paris Fashion Week. For this new season, they traveled to Japan. Producing director Jo Chang Hwan stated, “If season one was focused on photography, then season two was more about the chemistry between the members. They took photos as well, but their chemistry was the focus. The production crew thought we should aim more on bromance this time. The cast focused on people who were acquainted, liked photos, and could fit in, which created a great team like this.”

Kim Jaejoong, who participated in both seasons, commented, “There were female members in the first season, so there was some kind of tension. However, there were only male members this time, so it became much more relaxed. As soon as we met, we stayed in the same room and talked about a lot of things. We had a great time filming.”

He added, “The show contains educational information as well as entertainment. There were many accidents as well. There were many incidents when we thought the god of entertainment had showed up. Those moments will be fun as well. Please look forward to it.”

Jo Se Ho, who was also in both seasons, said, “After filming the second season, I came home and though it would be nice to travel and take photos again. When you watch ‘Photo People’, you will feel that way as well. That’s how comfortable and entertaining the show is.”

Woohyun shared, “It was the greatest spring because I could be with all the members. There are good memories in the show, so I hope you enjoy them. Also, I’m pretty good at taking photos, so I hope you look forward to that as well.”

Lee Tae Hwan stated, “I watched the pre-release footage, and it was so much fun. I was worried about how much of it was shown as it really happened and how it was edited. That’s how much I enjoyed every moment without being conscious [of the camera].”

The youngest member Yoo Seon Ho said, “I made a lot of good memories there. I have high expectations for the show as well. I hope you will have a lot of interest in it.”

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