Usually, when I see this sort of headline, I’d freak, cheer, and jump up and down until my neighbors tell me to shut up.
But not this time.
Park Shi Hoo is all but confirmed to star opposite Moon Chae Won in the upcoming fusion sageuk The Princess’ Man. He supposedly looked upon the project quite favorably, and so is in final discussions and figuring out his scheduling. This will supposedly be his biggest role yet since his debut; no kidding – not only is he in a historical, but he’s the leading male.
Yup – he’s Romeo to Moon Chae Won’s Juliet.
I cry – “NOOOOOOOOOOOO~~~~!”
Park Shi Hoo in a historical? Him with the long hair and such? For some reason, the image of Jung Kyung Ho in Ja Myung Go pops into my mind; I feel like that’s how he’d look like in this historical drama. Secondly, him with Moon Chae Won!? No offense to the actress (she’s great and all in Shining Inheritance) but no way! I can’t imagine them together! I just…can’t! Not only that, why would I want Park Shi Hoo involved in a tragic love?!
Park Shi Hoo – go back to your kitty! Waaaaaaah! (There’s still two months. I’ll pray for a casting change, or a scheduling conflict. Perhaps even a wedding to plan with Kim So Yeon.)
I’m going to be petulant and immature about this until it airs in July, conveniently after Romance Town, on KBS.