18/07 – [News] Hallyu Star Park Yuchun’s Sungkyunkwan Scandal will be issued out as stamps…Reservation sales underway
Source: SISUN News
Translated by: rilanna of JYJ3
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With the stamps for ‘Sungkyunkwan Scandal’, that the best Hallyu star in Japan Park Yuchun appeared in, set to be issued out at post offices in Japan on August 24, it was announced that they are implementing reservation sales from July 20.
The drama ‘Sungkyunkwan Scandal’ is Park Yuchun’s first leading work and the production that help Park Yuchun be able to raise himself as a Hallyu star.
According to an official, it was said that stamps of a Hallyu star this time are to be issued out because Park Yuchun defended his image of a Hallyu star well, as a singer of Asia star JYJ and actor; showed his true potential with Hallyu dramas for Japanese and Korean fans, from not only his first drama ‘Sungkyunkwan Scandal’ but up to ‘The Girl Who Sees Smells’; and had growth as Asia’s best star.
It is revealed that many Hallyu business officials predicted and said Hallyu star Park Yuchun’s value continues to grow.
The reason why these stamps are special, is due to it being a last gift given by Park Yuchun for fans before he enlists For this reason, the stamps are flooded by Japanese and Korean fans’ inquiries about reservation sales before being issued out at post offices. To satisfy these demands, there is a reservation sales date to seize the stamps on July 20.
Not only are the stamps scheduled to issued out but they will be released together with undisclosed photos that are to commemorate [the 50th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic ties between Korea and Japan] and of holding value, too. Already fans are waiting for just the day of stamp issuance. In particular, the competition to have Park Yuchun’s birthday, serial number 64, and his nickname number, serial number 6002; is slated to be fierce.
These Sungkyunkwan Scandal Japanese stamps have its reservation sales underway in Japan on July 20 before its official publication. Since Interpark and Yes24 are also doing the sales, Korean fans can reference them to substitute for purchasing [the stamps].