This movie is based on a manga of the same name. It is a romantic comedy centered around a popular host club at ‘Ouran High School’, where the female student Haruhi (Kawaguchi Haruna) has to disguise herself as a male host to repay a huge debt. Nichkhun will play the older brother of Michelle, an international student played by AKB48’s Shinoda Mariko (25).
Nichkhun will play the president of Singapore’s leading corporation and will be featured in a business suit – giving off a sleeker, more polished look from his usual image. He is also the first 2PM member to be participating in a Japanese film.
He will have to speak in both Japanese and English in this theatrical adaptation. While explaining the role the producer stated, “Nichkhun demonstrates a proficient English level as he has studied it in the U.S. He has a flavor of bashfulness and confidence which is perfect for this role.” The producer also discussed his high expectations of Nichkhun.
Nichkhun revealed he had the support and help of his fellow members to make progress with his Japanese skills. He also mentioned that he, “would love to appear in a Japanese film again”.
Unfortunately, fans will have to wait until March 17th, 2012 to see him in this much-anticipated film.
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Nichkhun, a member of the K-pop group 2PM, will soon be making his first appearance in a Japanese movie. He has been added to the cast of the “Ouran High School Host Club” movie, which is scheduled for nationwide release on March 17, 2012.
“Ouran High School Host Club” is a live-action adaptation of the popular manga of the same name by Hatori Bisco. The live-action version originally aired as a drama series this past summer, and in August, it was announced that it would continue on as a theatrical film. The movie is keeping the same main cast members from the drama: Kawaguchi Haruna, Yamamoto Yusuke, Daito Shunsuke, Ryusei Ryo, Chiba Yudai, Nakamura Masaya, Takagi Shinpei, and Takagi Manpei.
Last month, it was revealed that AKB48 member Shinoda Mariko is also appearing in the movie as a half-Japanese character named Michelle who comes to Japan from Singapore in order to study. Nichkhun will play her brother Lawrence, who is the young president of one of the biggest corporations in Asia.
Unlike his usual appearance as a singer, Nichkhun will be sharply dressed in a business suit for the role. The character is half-Japanese and speaks English, so Nichkhun was chosen because of his proficiency in English due to being partly raised in Los Angeles.
OMO, soo excited for Khun. Sweet, we can expect some Khun-glish too.This is something pretty major to be part of. Khunnie, Fighting!
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Nichkhun will appear in “Ouran Koukou Hosuto Kurabu” also known as ‘Ouran High School Host Club’, a Japanese movie based on a manga series. Nichkhun will play the role of a company president. The movie is set to release in 2012.
Congrats Khunnie. We are soo looking forward to seeing it. He looks really good in the pic!
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2PM‘s Nichkhun appears to be having a fashion crisis.
On November 13th, the idol tweeted, “Oh no!!! My shoes!!! I don’t remember wearing heels out this morning!?!? O_o”
In his selca, Nichkhun looks shocked by the unusual footwear. Fans laughed over his playful joke as they commented, “Did you borrow them from your wife, Victoria? kekeke“, “How do they fit your feet so perfectly! O_O!”, and “Oh oppa, those shoes don’t match with that outfit hahaha“.
Source + Image: Nichkhun’s Twitter
Oh Khunnie, you jokester. Glad to see him tweet humorously. Cool mirror trick.
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