11.06.10 [Pic] Rain writing (항상 고객님 곁에–>always by your own)

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4 thoughts on “11.06.10 [Pic] Rain writing (항상 고객님 곁에–>always by your own)

  1. kongsao 11/06/2010 at 7:48 pm Reply

    TRANSLATION !!
    ‘Ji Woo’ (Rain) was writing, “I’m always with you (or my customer Jinny) ( Lee Na Young)”, before shooting a wrecker scene after shooting a scene on the roof.
    The more he wrote, the smaller the size of his handwriting was, so he seemed to write on each of at least 10 papers.
    He was told off by me for not writing in good hand and faced some nagging from director Kowak, but he was writing diligently, standing up under the pressure. ㅋ
    **These words (I’m always with you, 항상 고객님 곁에) appeared in the 12th episode of ‘The Fugitive Plan B’

    @ RAIN jiwoo
    that’s quite funny. poor JiHoon, working so hard to get it right and u did put your hardowing into this drama that every epi very making me love u in it but
    thinking i know u are strong and stand to your root of your abilty hardworking and u no matter what pressure appear to u rain u alway make your way happy strong and good attetion that why i am envy for u all the dicated u did for us and the drama too don”t u know how many clouds care and wanted to see u sucueed and happinese are aja aja fighting SMILE Jiwoo am here with you my dear !!

  2. tjrachel 11/07/2010 at 2:59 am Reply

    Rain must either be tired or just disturbed…who wouldn’t be. I hope you’re okay,Ji-hoon. Have a nice Sunday. Just rest and eat. We care about you.

  3. BlackAngie 11/07/2010 at 10:34 pm Reply

    @kongsao – thank you very much for your translation…
    @Rain – I know you so tired. But ask that you continue to fight strong like a pass do not sad, because I and fans of you will cheer for you always. 화이팅!!

  4. sophia 11/08/2010 at 7:36 pm Reply

    What is the right translation? Always by your own or I’m always with you? Hehehe….because I quote his handwriting and found myself misunderstanding about the meaning of this phrase…

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