[TRANS] 120606 ‘Dr Jin’ 4th-Dimensional Kim Jaejoong, The Charismatic Official Who Plaits Horse’s Mane


Kim Jaejoong continues being poster boy even at historical drama’s filming site.

The behind-the-scene of MBC’s weekend drama ‘Dr Jin’ with Kim Jaejoong, who was named as the visual shock of historical drama, was revealed on the 6th of June.

In the drama, during the recovery commemorative dinner of his father Kim Byung Hee (Kim Eung Soo), Kim Jaejoong was enjoying his break and his pose was captured amazingly.

Removing his official’s hat and relaxingly resting, Kim Jaejoong simply sat there with the sword he usually holds and yet it created an ambience that is poster-like. It immediately attracted all the female staffs’ lovely gazes.

In order to fully portray the highly martial-skilled Kim Kyung Tak, Kim Jaejoong had more horse riding scenes than most of the actors thus he is currently expertise with horse riding skills.


During his break, he walked towards the horse and smoothen the beautiful mane and then starts to play with the mane. These special caring showed off his mischievous looks. It was known that his unique display of caring made surrounding staffs can’t help but laughed out.

‘Dr Jin’ representaive said, “Due to Kim Jaejoong’s role in the drama as the illegitimate son, his character faced humiliation in almost every episode but in actuality, his seriousness towards the drama and his caring for his co-workers made him well-liked by seniors and co-actors. At the same time, his unexpected and unique actions gave joy to the surroundings, this made the filming set’s ambience very amicable.”


Additionally, on the broadcast of ‘Dr Jin’s 4th episode on the 3rd, the episode ended with Kim Kyung Tak went to the cholera-infested village and started a subtle psychological war with Hong Young Rae (Park Min Young) and Jin Hyuk (Song Seung Hun). This cliffhanger incited the future development of the relationship between the three.

Credit: newsen+joongyi I Trans by: rachui@sharingyoochun
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