[Newsen Reporter Kim Hyung Woo]
DBSK’s Uknow Yunho stood before the Japanese fans after some time. Uknow Yunho appeared on the 26th at the Tokyo International Forum for a premium fan event to celebrate the release of ‘HTTG’ DVD.
At the event which had approximately 10,000 people, Uknow Yunho appeared in front of the Japanese fans for the first time since DBSK’s activities were suspended.
According to the local press reports, Uknow Yunho smiled brightly and stated, “I’m happy that I can meet you (fans) after a long time. Thank you for coming.” Yunho also stated, “At first, I was worried about what I would do if I couldn’t meet the fans’ expectations since I was facing a different situation but due to the fans’ belief in my challenge, I was able to draw strength and I think I was able to grow a little even though this was my first drama. From the experience I got from appearing in the drama, I will try to live with a positive attitude.”
Furthermore, when Uknow Yunho was asked about Japan’s activities in the World Cup, he stated, “Japan is doing well. It looks like they will get good results. Keisuke Honda’s free kick is amazing.”
Meanwhile, MBC drama ‘HTTG’ DVD that Uknow Yunho starred in has reached #1 on Oricon’s weekly DVD chart.
According to Oricon on the 28th, ‘HTTG’ drama DVD (box) 1 and 2 starring DBSK’s Uknow Yunho each ranked #1 and 2 on the weekly rankings.
It’s been 3 years and 3 months after March 26, 2007 drama ‘Legend’ starring Bae Yong Joon that a Korean drama has reached #1 on Oricon’s weekly chart.
‘HTTG’ recorded somewhat lower ratings in Korea but it has received a great response in Japan due to Uknow Yunho.
It is attributed to DBSK member Uknow Yunho being recognized as a top idol star even in Japan and it is reflected in the fans’ huge interest and popularity.
Uknow Yunho’s acting debut in ‘HTTG’ is a drama about a player from a second rate K League and a female agent’s dreams and love.
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