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Now that Park Yoo Chun is gearing up to be in a super serious, super tragic melodrama (I Miss You), we decided that before we see Park Yoo Chun take on this challenging role, we want to remember just how hilarious Park Yoo Chun can be.Looking back on his past projects, we picked out a few moments that had us cracking up at the silliness that is Park Yoo Chun.

Elevators, the New Changing Room

There were many moments in Rooftop Prince where Prince Yi Gak (Park Yoo Chun) and his minions were confused by all the modern technology and this is one of those scenes that left a strong imprint in our minds.

Thinking that an elevator is a safe place to change clothes, Prince Yi Gak leads his men to the room, only to deal with utter shame and shock soon after.

Prince Yi Gak Dances

While Prince Yi Gak refused to make an idiot out of himself by dressing up as an animal and dancing in front of strangers, he knew he could dance better than his men and couldn’t resist proving it, even if it was in his own personal space.

Party Crashers

Here’s a little bit of Sungkyunkwan Scandal to mix things up a bit.

It’s been two years since the drama ended, but this scene has somehow stayed alive in our memory.

Moon Jae Shin (Yoo Ah In) crashes in on Lee Seon Joon (Park Yoo Chun) and Kim Yoon Hee (Park Min Young)’s bed time, and with both wanting to sleep next to Kim Yoon Hee, Moon Jae Shin and Lee Seon Joon fight over the spot next to her, unlike the gentlemen they’re supposed to be.

Too bad things don’t go as planned and another member joins in on the party crashing.

Informality at Its Best

So used to being pampered and spoiled by all those in lower ranks than him, Prince Yi Gak gets a hard slap in the face, when his men decide to play the modern game of Yaja Time, where you can drop all formality for a given amount of time.

Prince Yi Gak’s men embrace the new cultural game and mock the prince, but unfortunately, they don’t realize they’ve gone too far until it’s too late.

Awkward Slumber Party

Moon Jae Shin crashes the party once again, and this time actually gets to sleep in the same room as Kim Yoon Hee. Unfortunately for him, he can’t sleep because of these unexplainable heart-fluttery feelings he gets for Kim Yoon Hee.

So when she starts creeping towards him, Moon Jae Shin has nowhere to go, except closer to Lee Seon Joon, who of course, freaks out at the close contact.

What were some hilarious moments in Park Yoo Chun’s dramas that you remember?

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Park Yoo Chun made his debut as a singer in 2003, but the JYJ member has managed to conquer the acting world through a number of successful dramas.

But behind every great man, there’s a great woman, so we’re looking back on some of heroines who helped make Park Yoo Chun’s journey to the top a smooth one.

Park Min Young

It takes quite the woman to make a (straight) man fall in love with you when you’re disguised as a man – just ask Park Min Young.

Park Yoo Chun made his official Korean drama debut in KBS’ Sungkyunkwan Scandal, in which he starred opposite Park Min Young, who played his gender bending love interest.

Despite it being Park Yoo Chun’s first Korean drama, the pair’s chemistry on screen was recognized off screen as well, as Park Yoo Chun and Park Min Young went on to receive the Best Couple and Netizens’ Award at the 2010 KBS Drama Awards.

The drama also earned Park Yoo Chun the Best Actor Award and Park Min Young an Excellence Award at the same award show.

Lee Da Hae

The following year, Park Yoo Chun was cast in the MBC drama Miss Ripley opposite actress Lee Da Hae.

We’re not sure how Park Yoo Chun’s character put up with the unpredictable and sometimes unstable Jang Mi Ri, played by Lee Da Hae. There’s something about Mi Ri, we guess.

Park Yoo Chun earned the Best Newcomer Award and Most Popular Actor Award at the MBC Drama Awards in 2011 and 48th Paeksang Arts Awards, respectively for his role, but we think Lee Da Hae deserves some recognition as well for her portrayal of the crazy chick.

Han Ji Min

Park Yoo Chun then took his talents to SBS, where he starred opposite Han Ji Min in the time bending drama Rooftop Prince as a Joseon era crown prince.

Han Ji Min′s sweet, yet strong character proved to be a perfect match for His Royal Highness, past and present.

Again, Park Yoo Chun’s chemistry with his on screen partner Han Ji Min not only won viewers over, it earned the actors numerous awards, including the Outstanding Korean Actor and Korean Actress Awards and the drama a Best Korean Drama Award at the Seoul International Drama Awards as well.

Yun Eun Hye

All of Park Yoo Chun’s leading ladies have certainly helped the actor shine on screen in the past, which leaves us all the more anxious to see how the dynamics between Park Yoo Chun and his co-star, Yun Eun Hye, in the new MBC melodrama I Miss You will play out.

In contrast to both Park Yoo Chun’s and Yun Eun Hye’s previous dramas, the darker tone of I Miss You has also heightened fans’ interest in the actors’ comeback piece.

The drama may be off to a slow start in terms of ratings, but with Park Yoo Chun’s and Yun Eun Hye’s impressive track record in the drama world, we haven’t lost faith just yet.

Which leading lady was your favorite?

Photo credit: KBS, MBC, SBS

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Even though he may be surrounded by beautiful ladies in every project he takes on, there are some people that JYJ’s Park Yoo Chun rather be around and they are his man friends – the biffles, the homies, and the bros.

After meeting so many people in the celebrity world, we wonder which lucky stars are called the Huckleberry Finn, Ron Weasely, Dr. Watson, and Hobbes in Park Yoo Chun’s life.

Park Sung Kwang

If you don’t know who he is, Park Sung Kwang is a comedian that appears on KBS’ Gag Concert, currently in a skit called ‘Brave People,’ where he blurts out dangerous truths that could potentially get him in trouble.

Most people didn’t believe it when the comedian first said he was actually close friends with Park Yoo Chun, so to prove himself, he uploaded pictures with Park Yoo Chun.

And to further provide evidence that they were indeed good friends, during an award show, Park Sung Kwang, in character of his comedy sketch, blurted out that Park Yoo Chun sleeps in the nude.

When Park Yoo Chun went on to win an award that night, he replied to his friend’s announcement, retorting that he at least wears underwear when he sleeps.

Ryu Dam

Another unlikely pair, but comedian Ryu Dam turned out to be another one of Park Yoo Chun’s confidantes.

The two first met on KBS’ Sungkyunkwan Scandal, but even after the drama closed its curtains, the two kept in touch.

When Ryu Dam called Park Yoo Chun on a show to prove their friendship, Park Yoo Chun was overflowing with aegyo.

When Ryu Dam asked what kind of person he is to Park Yoo Chun, he replied, “An older brother more than a celebrity.”

And thank you Ryu Dam for allowing us to hear Park Yoo Chun’s adorable, non–broadcast voice.

Lee Tae Sung

Although they were ready to kill each other in SBS’ Rooftop Prince, off-camera, Park Yoo Chun and Lee Tae Sung were actually very good friends.

The two proved their friendship by posting up pictures when they grabbed a couple of drinks, and even gave each other their autographs.

Their friendship especially shined when Park Yoo Chun’s father passed away and Lee Tae Sung sent some words of encouragement and support.

And only really close friends can take advantage of each other when one is sleeping.

Yoo Ah In

Like Lee Tae Sung, Yoo Ah In and Park Yoo Chun’s characters didn’t have the best relationship when they filmed KBS Sungkyunkwan Scandal together, but their friendship was alive and kicking even after the drama’s conclusion.

While they kept most things secret, the two actors treated fans with a touch of bromance here there, bickering and teasing each other on Twitter with lame jokes and insults.

When Yoo Ah In didn’t pick up his phone, Park Yoo Chun scolded him, saying, “Do you carry your phone as an accessory? I tried to call before going to the US, but it was turned off.”

Likewise, Yoo Ah In kept in touch with Park Yoo Chun despite their busy schedules in and out of the country.

Although Park Yoo Chun has since then closed down his Twitter account, we hope that the two are still staying close, leaving their phones on and sending each other cute messages.

JYJ – Kim Jae Joong, Kim Junsu

It’s a given that these three are close friends – so blatantly obvious that we probably shouldn’t even have to write about them, but we just couldn’t leave Kim Jae Joong or Kim Junsu out of this article.

After going through training together, making their debut together, struggling through incident after incident together, Kim Jae Joong, Kim Junsu, and Park Yoo Chun have stuck by each other like glue through all the good and bad that came in their lives.

There are no real words to perfectly describe the strong relationship that they have with each other, except that these three men are an inseparable trio that we sincerely hope will stay friends even after they grow old and grey.

Photo Credits: jTBC, Park Sung Kwang, Lee Tae Sung, KBS Park Yoo Chun, Kim Jae Joong’s Twitters

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