JYJ’s Yoochun Involves In A Narration For MBC’s Upcoming Documentary

JYJ’s Yoochun participated in the narration of MBC Human Documentary – Love Episode 4 entitled, “Tomboyish Conjoined Twins”.


Yoochun, who have recently been preparing for the final filming of movie Sea Fog and his upcoming Asia Fan Meeting Tour, finished the recording of the narration he was in charge of, with his special heartwarming voice on May 25.

Yoochun did the narration from a viewpoint of a father, revealing a smile like that of a father whenever looking at the cheerful and positive conjoined twins. The twins, however, were born with the fate of having to be together because of their conjoined head, and experiencing inconvenience especially when going to the restroom. The girls accepted their fate without complaint. Having seen this, it made Yoochun deeply worried.

Yoochun left words saying that the twins were more cheerful than he thought, and they are really cute. The girls run around energetically in their school and house, learn to read and write, and even quarrel with their younger brother. It made Yoochun realise that they are normal kids too. It’s great that they have family members who faced it squarely, and love them. And it’ll be great if after watching the documentary, viewers can have a chance to feel again that normal taken-for-granted facts are actually very precious.

The airing of “Tomboyish Conjoined Twins” episode in Korea will be postponed to June 2, 2014 at 11:15PM due to the airing of the Panel Discussion of Local Election of Seoul Mayoral Candidate Election on June 4.

Photo courtesy of C-JeS Entertainment

[Article is translated by Lin from All About Cassiopeia. Any copying, republication or redistribution content other than for personal uses is expressly prohibited.]

This article originally published at JYJ Japan Official Website here.

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