Posted by: sharingyoochun | November 13, 2013

[Trans] 13112 A Letter Park Yoochun Wrote In High School For His Mother Surfaces… Full Of Cute Comments

A letter written by JYJ’s Park Yoochun has become a hot topic.

On the 12th, a post called ‘A Letter Park Yoochun Wrote in High School for His Mother’ started grabbing the attention of netizens.

In the letter, Park Yoochun begins on a cute note by saying, “To my momma. Momma! Happy birthday.” He continues to fill his letter with affection for his mother with statements like, “I was going to write a really touching letter, but that would make you cry, wouldn’t it?” and “From now on, I’ll take care of my little brother and listen to what you tell me, so don’t worry anymore. I love you.”

Netizens who read the post left comments like “Ahahaha it’s so cute”, “It looks like it was written by an elementary school student”, and “The content is cute, but he has really bad handwriting.”

Source: [weeklytoday]
Translated & Shared by: dongbangdata.net


Responses

  1. it’s really cute ^^
    He wrote “sswaranghaeyo” in the end, so cute 🙂

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