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[TRANS] 03.09.10 Confirmed by FujuTV - Jaejoong Debuts as Japanese Actor

(Photo created by New Daily News Korea)

Top two: Eita & Ueno
Below three: Jaejoong & Seki & Tamayama

Sankei Sports News Japan
2010.3.9 04:33

It is confirmed that Jaejoong from DBSK (24) will debut at Fuji TV's drama “Sunaoni Narenakute" (April start, Thursdays, 10.00 PM) for the first time on the 8th.

Jaejoong who will play a main role of a Japan-Korea collaboration movie "Heaven's Postman"
written by a popular writer, Eriko Kitagawa (48) will debut as a Japanese actor
with the drama "Sunaoni Narenakute.”

This is a youth group drama of five men and women that meat through an internet communication tool "twitter."

The five friends who get over the problems that each had become a true friends.
It will be co-starred by an actor, Eita (27), and an actress, Juri Ueno (23).

Jaejoong was selected to play a role of a doctor who came to Japan from Korea with his young sister and work at a medical equipment maker company, but he is troubled with the pressure
without much business results.

Eita will play a role of a photographer; Ueno will play a role of a high school substitute teacher.
There are also Tetsuji Tamayama (29), Megumi Seki (24) who play the part of the friends
who met through twitter.

Producer Toshiyuki Nakano said,

"Jaejoong have the overwhelming presence that does not bend one’s eyes.
On the other hand, he has a personality of a jocular one.
We made his role suitable to his personality."

Nakano expects great overall results.

Jaejoong mentioned,

"It is a different field from my normal activities, so I feel tense a bit, but at the same time,
I am very happy and I wish to have a great time photographing with other co-stars.
I will do my very best! Dozo Yoroshiku Onegai
Shimasu! (Please look forward to it!)"

Jaejoong of TVXQ, who has a beautiful figure and a great singing ability.
With his new "acting power", his popularity in Japan seems to rise even more and more!

translated by: Junsulv@OneTVXQ
credits: OneTVXQ & cassiopeialuv newsblog