Jaejoong, a member of the K-pop boy band JYJ and an actor, talked about how he acts in a relationship during an interview with local media outlets on Wednesday.
Comparing himself to his character Youngdal, the fledgling actor said that he is honest when it comes to love.
“Just like my character in the drama ‘Triangle’ who gets into fight or conflicts outside but becomes a shy guy in front of his love Jung-hee, I am honest. I cannot hide my feelings or have a poker face when I love someone,” Jaejoong said.
On top of that, the popular idol was asked to give three reasons why he makes a good boyfriend.
He replied, “I am a guy who thinks before he talks. And I am not shy about being physically intimate with my girlfriend. Also, I spare no time, effort, power and money for my love. That’s why I am a decent guy.”
Jaejoong played the lead character Huh Young-dal, a low-class good-for-nothing who later becomes a casino CEO, in the recently ended drama “Triangle.”
In the TV series about separated brothers who are reunited after 20 years, Jaejoong gained acclaim for his sophisticated acting.
Meanwhile, his group JYJ made its long-awaited comeback with its second studio album “Just Us” and the music video for the title track “Back Seat,” released on July 29.
JYJ is to hold the third “JYJ Membership Week” expo in Seoul from July 31 through Aug. 3 for its fan clubs. The event has been held annually in the capital for free since 2012, drawing more than 20,000 fans each year from home and abroad.
The band is also scheduled to embark on its Asian concert tour “The Return of the King,” with the first concert to kick off on Aug. 9 in Seoul. The idols are set to visit eight cities across Asia including Hong Kong, Beijing and Shanghai.
By Ock Hyun-ju (firstname.lastname@example.org