Park Jung-min’s ‘I Live Alone’ in the fourth dimension

[Maeil Business Star Today Yang So-young]

Actor Park Jung-min’s day full of unaffected charm is revealed.

On the 324th episode of MBC ‘I Live Alone’ (Planning Kim Gu-san, Director Hwang Ji-young, Lee Min-ji), ‘Super rookie in Chungmuro’ Park Jung-min will be presenting fresh fun with his fresh and friendly daily life.

Park Jung-min, who returned home after shooting in Bangkok, started out as an unexpected cold as soon as he left the airport. In the parking lot, he is expected to cause an unexpected laughter by showing sloppy figure wrestling with the carrier.

The place where he arrived in the face of the difficulties is the space used as Park Jung-min’s studio and home, where modern interiors stand out unlike ordinary homes. Park Jung-min, who was in the cold, turns on the heater as soon as he enters and starts melting his feet in a bewitching pose. In particular, he is going to attract attention by showing his daily life as quddling up on the sofa.

In addition, Park Jung-min’s “taste for the retro” full of hobbies will be revealed. Just collecting old albums with cassette tape. In addition, Park Jung-min, who listened to Kim Kook-hwan’s “Tubituba” with his cassette tape, said, “There was a time when tears fell like a faucet when I listened to this song.”

 Park Jung-min sits in front of a computer to write a commissioned article, but falls into a broken heart looking at only the white background. Park Jung-min, who seems to have decided to do something, is going to attract attention by starting a unique action for inspiration. All of sudden he is holding a paint brush and is struggling to give off a strange but pure charm.

Park Jung-min’s story can be seen on MBC ‘I Live Alone’, aired at 11:10 pm on December the 13th.

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