Q: The thing that you put the most focus on when you chose this work?
A: I wanted to be in a drama before I enlisted, so I looked over a lot of works. Among those, “Scholar Who Walks the Night” had a lot of fans of the original webtoon, everyone said it was fun, and the synopsis was great too. Also, the character Yoon himself was very fun and very versatile, so I decided to act in it. Continue reading →
“Scholar Who Walks the Night” Drama Event with Changmin, actress Lee Yubi and Actor Lee Soohyuk. It is also Changmin’s last officially scheduled event before his enlistment on 11/19. Changmin sang “Toki wo Tomete/Everlasting” in Korean during his solo segment~
There were two rounds today:
[Noon Round] Gates Open 14:00／Show Start 15:00 JST
[Evening Round] Gates Open 18:00／Show Start 19:00 JST
Here are fanaccounts of both rounds, post includes some photos and fancams:
[TRANS] TVXQ Changmin Interview on Korean TV Drama Guide Magazine.
Q: Why did you choose this drama as your last work before enlisting? A: Out of all the offers I received, the original book (the basis of the drama) was already very popular and the synopsis was interesting to me. Especially, the character, Lee Yoon was captivating and I felt that he had something deep inside of him. He has various sides to him; the jocular, playboy side, and the elegance as the crown prince’s son. I was fascinated by the various faces he had and that’s how I came about to take this offer.
Q: During the first-half, the true identity of Lee Yoon is not evident and he is portrayed as a playful character. But as the story progresses, his dignity as the successor is revealed. Which side of him matches your personality in real life? A: I guess it would be Yoon during the first-half of the story. In the modern days, I don’t think there’re much people who have a heavy, successor-like aura on a regular basis. Personally, it’s better for me to just take it easy.
Tickets for a “Scholar Who Walks the Night” fan event in Japan, starring TVXQ’s Changmin and Lee Yoo Bi, are reaching ridiculous prices.
Though prices started off around 100,000 won (approximately $86), they are being sold through retail sites for up to 3,370,000 won (approximately $2,900), including a premium. Some netizens are commenting on Continue reading →