Prior to “The First Snow Promise” Taiwan FM, Jung Il Woo visited Taiwan in late October 2012. His leading dramas “49 Days”, “The Moon that embraces the Sun” and “Flower Boy Ramyun Shop” continuously received high popularity in Japan. Let’s have a chat with him in regards to his dramas, fashion style, winter measures and future plans.
In order to promote the first Taiwan FM “The First Snow Promise”, Jung Il Woo came to Taiwan last year in October and immediately launched a series of promotional events. Of course, he also had an exclusive interview with Trendy. It has been a year since we met in our last interview. Yet, his stunning smile shines as it always is. It was just like meeting an old friend that we greet each other dearly! When shooting the portraits, he portrayed professionally to meet the photographer’s requirements with all kinds of gorgeous poses. Looked at his cute acts playing with the little props made us all burst in laughter. Then we pleasantly began Trendy’s exclusive interview. Continue reading
Warm-hearted smiling Jung Il Woo
First visit to Taiwan attracts enormous popularity
Jung, taking the image as a “First Snow Lover” for the FM. Passionate eyes throbbed countless hearts
The sizzling hot flower boy actor sweep across Asia
Famous Korean Actor Jung Il Woo, famed with dramas “49 Days”, “The Flower Boy Ramyun Shop” and “The Moon that embraces the Sun”, visited Taiwan at the end of October for a 3-day promotion of his upcoming FM to be held on December 8th. Although that was not a public visit, it still attracted lots of fans to wait for him at the airport and hotel. Jung Il Woo started his busy schedule with various media interviews immediately on the first day of his Taiwan trip. On our interview at the hotel, we could tell from his gorgeous sunshine smile and superb friendliness that he was very happy. We all enjoyed a cozy time at the meeting. Continue reading
Here are some pics of 49 Days Photo Comic Book Vol. 1 in indonesian language (224 pages).
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