Making of PP

“Prosecutor Princess” made PSH super popular in China.  Its ratings started in single digits in Korea, and it was the Chinese fans who fell in love with Seo Byun and created news by visiting PSH on set.

This is the making of an early scene in PP.  Enjoy.






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From Facebook – PSH teaches you how to put on color contact lens



Video from SHR



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PSH in Andre Kim 2007

2007 …. Did Park Si Hoo exist in your world?

Mr. Andre Kim left this world for a better one on 2010.08.12, but he left behind wonderful memories of his fashion extravaganza.

All the top Korean stars have been invited to participate in his shows, but of course we think PSH was the crème de la crème (else why would AK invite him twice?)

No matter how many times we’ve seen this video, we still think PSH is breathtakingly gorgeous!

BTW, the female model is the “bad girl” in “How to meet a perfect neighbor”.  Rumor has it PSH was briefly romantically linked with her at that time.


André Kim 先生已在2010.08.12 撤手塵寰




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PSH wins 74th in a row


PSH is the winner again in Stage 253 of #8 voting site (that ended at midnight 2014.10.11) — 74th in a row! PSH continues to set the record of MOST CONTINUOUS WINS for this site, now exceeding BYJ’s by 20.  He received 9,583,527 votes, 2.7 million votes more than 2nd place Jang Geun Suk.

This week the story is somewhat different, in that the eternal competition between LMH and KSH for second place was superseded by Jang Geun Suk who at an early date in this voting site was a serious challenger but has recently not been prominent, until this last week.  In the last couple of days he overtook K and L and entrenched himself in second place behind PSH.


This is the 74th week in a row PSH has won this competition. Last 73 times he defeated Jang Geun Suk x 4, Kim Hee Chul x 4, Moon Geun Young, G-Dragon x 4, Kim Hyun Joong x 5, Wu Yi Fan (Kris) x 14, Oh Se Hun x 12, So Ji Sub, Hwang Ji Tao, Lee Min Ho x 10, Lee Jun Ki, Kim Soo Hyun x 12, Lee Jong Suk, Rain, and Mayu Watanabe x 2.


PSH’s cumulative votes are 834,074,624! (Stages 180 to 253 – Just count the gold cups!)  Bae Yong Jun’s record of continuous wins were set over a period of 2 years (at that time the competition was held every 2 weeks).  This is our next target — We want to make sure PSH wins 108 in a row (and beyond!)

Every week is a new challenge, and new challengers continue to emerge. Don’t let up. Fighting!

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PSH’s JFM makes news in Korea (2)

Same news report in 3 languages from Korea Joongan Daily:



PSH’s Japan Fan Meeting made news in Korea.  Korea’s leading medium Joongan Daily reported on the event in Korean, Japanese, and Chinese.  This is our English translation:

Park Si Hoo’s Japan Fan Meeting in 2 years attracts 10,000 fans

Actor Park Si Hoo held his first fan meeting in 2 years in Yokohama and caused a commotion in the city.

He held two fan meetings on September 28, at 1 p.m. and 7 p.m. in Yokohama, meeting 10,000 fans.  More important, PSH exhibited completely new images and received enthusiastic response from fans.  He played the guitar and sang the title song “Shower” from “Cheungdam-dong Alice”, demonstrated his professional dancing talents, and crooned his new song “To YOU”, the lyrics of which he specially wrote for his fans, making them all misty-eyed.

PSH’s agency Hoo Factory said, “Park Si Hoo felt very agitated seeing his fans again after such a long time.  He made a lot of preparations for the fan meeting.  He wanted to be closer to fans who have supported him all this time.”



來源 :日刊體育 | 2014.10.10 16:3







박시후, 2년만에 日 팬미팅…1만명 운집

2014.10.10 09:34

배우 박시후가 2년 만에 일본 공식 팬미팅을 열어 요코하마를 들썩이게 했다.

박시후는 28일 오후 1시, 오후 7시 일본 요코하마에 위치한 퍼시피코 요코하마 국립 대강당에서 진행된 두 번의 팬 미팅에서 약 1만 여 명의 팬들과 만났다. 무엇보다 박시후는 일본 요코하마 팬미팅에서 그 동안 볼 수 없던 다채로운 모습을 선보이며 팬들의 열광적인 성원을 얻었다. 기타를 메고 상큼한 록스타로 변신해 드라마 ‘청담동 앨리스’의 OST였던 ‘소나기’를 부르는가 하면 열심히 갈고 닦은 수준급 댄스 퍼포먼스를 선보이기도 했다. 또한 늘 지켜봐주고 응원해준 팬들을 위해 직접 작사한 곡인 ‘그대를’을 감미로운 목소리로 열창, 팬들의 눈가를 촉촉하게 만들었다.

특히 이날 팬미팅에서 박시후는 추첨을 통해 무대 위로 팬들을 직접 초대했다. ‘공주의 남자’ 부채 키스신, ‘역전의 여왕 ‘ 공주님 허그신 등 박시후가 출연했던 히트작의 유명 장면들을 선정, 팬들과 1대1 재연에 나선 것. 또한 바리스타 복장을 하고 팬들에게 직접 커피를 만들어주는가 하면, 쉐프 박시후로서 특제 파스타를 만들어 서빙하기도 했다.

박시후 소속사 후 팩토리는 “박시후가 오랜 만에 갖는 팬들과의 만남에 벅찬 설렘을 드러내며 팬미팅을 위한 준비를 차근차근 진행해왔다. 여전한 사랑을 보내주는 고마운 팬들을 좀 더 가까이, 생생하게 만나기 위해 노력 중”이라며 “이번 일본 팬미팅에서 더욱 새로운 모습을 보여줄 박시후를 지켜봐달라”고 밝혔다.

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PSH on ystarnews 2014.10.10


This video is ystarnews reporting on PSH’s recent JFM in Yokohama.

No need to understand Korean and no explanation is required.  Just watch and enjoy.




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CFM cancelled


This notice is posted by Shanghai Oriental Art Center (the venue where the PSH Shanghai Fan Meeting is to be held).

Title: “Love & Forever 2014 Park Si Hoo China Fan Meeting Shanghai” cancellation of performance and refund of tickets notice

So the notice the organizer posted on Weibo on October 8 about the Shanghai Fan Meeting being postponed is just BS.  Chinese fans should try every means to get their money back.



And this is the organizer’s notification to SHOAC of cancellation of CFM in Shanghai, dated October 9, 2014:



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Happy anniversary to us!

PSH4U is 3!

Our experiences in the last 3 years can be summed up in the following 2 videos (from “Queen of Reversals” and “Family Honor” respectively.)

Can you understand our message?  Please give us your interpretation at and you may win a prize.

We’re giving away just ONE prize to celebrate our 3rd anniversary – PSH’s CD containing his new songs “Love” and “Forever” and their instrumental versions (plus a 15-page photo book of PSH recording songs in studio.)

This CD was bought at the recent JFM in Yokohama and is not available at the Mentor site or anywhere else online.

Deadline: when we receive the correct answer^^








And we deserve a holiday today, right?


P.S.  When you e-mail us, be sure to include your Username.  The CD is reserved for PSH4U members only.  However, if we see another answer we like very much, we’ll consider giving away another prize — the 2014 JFM poster.


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CFM postponed?



The 2 notices below are currently circulating on Weibo.  Whether they are genuine or have any credibility is anyone’s guess.

They are purported to be from the China Fan Meeting organizer and are dated October 8, 2014.  There is only reference to the Shanghai Fan Meeting on October 12 (no mention of the Beijing Fan Meeting on October 10 at all.)

First one – Notice from (ticketing site) says the Shanghai Fan Meeting scheduled for October 12, 2014 has been postponed until further notice due to technical problems.

Second one – Notice from the organizer (with their zeal) which is entitled: “Park Si Hoo 2014 Fan Meeting Postponement Notice” says the Shanghai Fan Meeting originally scheduled for October 12 has to be postponed because certain equipment necessary for the show was held up at Hong Kong Customs.  In order to ensure quality, after urgent consultations with all parties, it was decided to postpone the fan meeting until further notice.

Tickets bought can be used for the as-yet-to-be-determined date of the later fan meeting.  Fans who cannot attend at the later date can get a refund between October 9 – 20, 2014.

Apologies for inconvenience caused.

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An open letter to PSH



Dear Sihoo-ssi,

人有悲歡離合,月有陰晴圓缺,此事古難全. (蘇軾 水調歌頭)  These famous lines from a poem of the Sung dynasty mean: “People have sorrow and joy, separation and reunion, just as the moon is sometimes dark, sometimes bright, and sometimes full, sometimes crescent.  From time immemorial there has never been any complete satisfaction.”

After your triumphant Japan Fan Meeting in Yokohama, I bet you were looking forward to another two jubilant performances in Beijing and Shanghai.  You enjoy such rapport with your Chinese fans who, though they have seen quite a lot of you lately, do not seem to have enough.

You’re practicing hard for these Chinese fan meetings in three years, eradicating all the little mistakes made in Yokohama, perhaps even altering the program somewhat to suit your Chinese audience.  You’ve made new costumes; you want your Chinese fans to be in for a surprise.

And then you found out things were not as they should be.  The Chinese organizers had not lived up to their side of the bargain.  Something was not quite right in their preparation and arrangement in the lead-up to the FM.

Otekay? Otekay?  What to do?  What to do?  The only thing to do is 壯士断臂* which was exactly what you did.  [*ED: Please go online to find the origin of this Chinese proverb, literally, strong fighter cutting off his arm, meaning for the greater good, for more comprehensive interests, giving up part of present interests.]   You found that you had no choice but to opt out of an untenable situation.

But why was this announcement not made officially by Hoo Factory (instead of on Sihoorang)?  In the first place, Hoo Factory never officially announced your China Fan Meeting which caused a lot of confusion and doubt.

When I saw that video of your purported Mid-Autumn Festival greetings (without any mention of the Mid-Autumn Festival) on September 8, I instantly knew you must have made that video to publicize the still-in-the-air China Fan Meeting when you were in China for “Scent” premiere in August.  The organizers jumped the gun in releasing that video, right?  Chinese fans’ reaction immediately reached fever pitch.  The organizers were forcing your hand, no?  Couldn’t you have stopped it then?  You haven’t ironed out the contract?

You probably didn’t know the organizers didn’t apply for the permit until a week after they released that video.  They were obviously testing the waters.  I was so worried about the limited time frame to sell tickets.  How could they sell 2,700 tickets in Beijing and 2,000 tickets in Shanghai in 2 weeks?  Nobody knew how to buy tickets or how much the tickets cost.  Rumors were rife.

When tickets finally went on sale, first privately at Baidu and then publicly on the web, I was at first delighted and then became suspicious that the most expensive tickets were all sold out beforehand.  Soon 80% of the tickets were sold in Beijing.  (I couldn’t see Shanghai ticket situation.)

But then there sprang up unofficial ticketing sites online (interestingly, Taiwan Taobao) which claimed to have front row seats (at exorbitant prices, of course.)  Ticket scalpers were at work.  I was told this was not unusual, that only the hottest stars merited such treatment as a matter of “face”.

I monitored the ticketing situation every day and got more and more suspicious and worried as the FM dates drew nearer and nearer.  Meanwhile, many fans from other parts of China and other countries were preparing to leave for Beijing and Shanghai.

And then came the bombshell from SHR two days ago.  Why, oh why, was this important announcement made on SHR – in Korean and English – when Chinese fans were the most affected?  Why didn’t Hoo Factory make an official announcement on Weibo – in Chinese?  Are you aware those unofficial ticket sites are still open?  Do you know there are Chinese fans still asking yesterday where tickets could be bought?  HF released Youtube videos about the China fan meetings on Facebook and Twitter, so why didn’t you make a proper announcement about the cancellation?

Were you afraid Chinese fans would be angry, disappointed, mad?  Can you blame them?  BUT all they cared about was you and your well-being.  Almost with one voice, they assured you it was all right.  They understood it was not your fault.  They knew you would feel bad; they didn’t want you to put too much pressure on yourself.  They wanted you to eat well, sleep well, and take care of yourself.  As long as you’re OK, they’re OK.  And they pledged anew their love and support for you.

Do you feel the love, Sihoo-ssi?  How can you not love fans like these?  Whatever happens, they will always be there for you.  And not just your Chinese fans; your international fans are here for you as well.  So you have nothing to worry about, at least where your loyal fans are concerned.  Some may be alienated, but true fans will stay.

塞翁失馬,焉知非福 - another famous Chinese saying, meaning a loss may not be a bad thing after all.  Your China Fan Meeting came to nothing this time, but who knows? this could be a blessing in disguise.  Greater things may lie in store for you.  I have faith in you; I (and all PSH4U members) stand solidly behind you.  I am looking forward to next year, as Chinese astrologers have already warned “Horse” people can expect trouble this year.  Another few months to the new lunar year, and a new chapter of your life will begin — a glorious, splendid, magnificent new performance!
And I want a ringside seat.
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