It was revealed that actor Jung Il Woo recently hand wrote letters and gave them as presents to 300 fans.
On the 31st, the press conference for the upcoming MBC drama ‘Golden Rainbow‘ took place in the 63 Building. There, Jung Il Woo revealed his sweet fan service, “I stayed up all night for an entire week to write letters to my fans.”
He said, “Recently on my birthday, I gave handwritten letters as presents to 300 of my fans. I always used to only receive things from my fans and ended up writing this letters after wondering how I could repay them.
But writing 300 letters was not that easy. For an entire week, I stayed up late to write and I am happy that my fans liked the letters . . . From now on, I will plan more nice events for my fans.”
To show your support, make sure to catch the first episode of his and UEE’s new drama ‘Golden Rainbow’ on November 2!
Jung Il Woo is friends with both Lee Min Ho and Kim Bum. Jung Il Woo and Lee Min Ho attended high school together but grew closer after they were in a serious car accident.
“We’ve known each other since we were kids,” said Jung of Lee Min Ho. “But then we were in a life-and-death situation together, so now we’re friends who’ve hovered close to the afterlife together.”
Jung considers his “Unstoppable High Kick” co-star Kim Bum to be his brother.
“When I was having rough times, he was there for me, and when he had troubles, I was there for him,” said Jung. “We’ve known each other for five years now. He’s a really dear friend.”
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Jung Il-Woo, the full contract with the previous management company “I chose to be loyal”
The actor returned to Star K.
On 9th, Jung Il-Woo signed the full contract with Star K Entertainment. Star K Entertainment is the place where Jung Il-Woo had stayed for a long time when he was a rookie, and Jung Il-Woo returned in three years.
Star K Entertainment stated “we have maintained deep relationship with Jung Il-Woo even after the full contract got expired on 2010. We offered to work together to Jung Il-Woo recently, and after giving lots of thoughts, Jung Il-Woo chose the loyalty rather than his profits.” On last May, Jung Il-Woo made new lodging in Haru Entertainment, the newly established management company, but after giving long thoughts, for the development of both sides, the decision to go on his own way has been reached.
Jung Il-Woo debuted through MBC sit-com ‘High Kick’ in 2006, and made appearances on ‘Il Ji-Mae returned’, ‘Take care of Missus’, ‘Flower-boy Ramen Store’, ‘Moon Embracing Sun’, etc.
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Returning home, Jung Il Woo signed with Star K Entertainment, the place he called home as a rookie.
On September 9, Jung Il Woo signed with Star K Entertainment. The actor and the agency split in 2010 when Jung Il Woo left for a different agency. It also happened to be Jung Il Woo’s 26th birthday, making the occasion more meaningful.
Star K Entertainment stated that although Jung Il Woo left the agency three years back, the actor and the agency staff still kept in touch, so when the agency suggested working together again, Jung il Woo accepted, even leaving behind his own agency, Haru Entertainment for the advancement of both companies.
“After moving agencies, Jung Il Woo’s been receiving a lot of love calls for dramas. There is a project that we’re positively talking about. He will return to acting in the near future.” said Star K Entertainment.
Other stars in Star K Entertainment are Yoo Ah In, Jae Hee, Shim Ji Ho, Yoon Ah Jung, and more.
Photo Credit: Star K Entertainment
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