2PM's Nichkhun and GOT7's Jinyoung express a deep affection for their new web drama "Magic School"
On September 11, a press conference for JTBC's new web drama "Magic School" was held in Seoul. The drama is about people who learn magic for different reasons, while various JYP artists including 2PM's Nichkhun, GOT7's Jinyoung, actor Yoon Park and Shin Eunsoo star in the drama.
The JYP artists attended the press conference, of course. So check out what Nichkhun and Jinyoung talked about their web drama and acting.
In the drama, I play Jun, who was adopted to the United States and became a doctor. He learns magic because he wants to give hope to a girl who had incurable disease. I've appeared in some Chinese and Japanese dramas, but it's my first time to appear in a Korean drama. That's why I've been hard at work on the drama, and I practiced speaking Korean really hard. Some people just don't know, but you know, I'm a foreigner who can speak Korean a little bit. At first, Jun was a Korean, but the director of the drama changed it to an overseas Korean because he wanted to lessen my burden. I'm thankful for it.
I play Lee Nara, a college student who plans a surprise event for his girlfriend. I'm the youngest among all the male actors of the drama, but I could learn a lot from my elders. I could grow up just like Lee Nara does in the drama. And I enjoyed filming the drama. Actually, it's my first time to play a character who is in his 20s. I've appeared in some dramas, but I always played a child or student. So, the drama means a lot to me, and I try to stay calm and relaxed these days when I'm with GOT7 members.
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