OCN's television drama 'Melo-Holic' will come to an end on December 5. TVXQ's Yunho, who stars in the lead role of Yoo Eun-ho, talked about his experience in making the drama. He added that 'Melo-Holic' was a turning point in his life.

As noted by website Allkpop, Yunho revealed his thoughts after finishing filming 'Melo-Holic,' via his label SM Entertainment. Yunho's emotions over the drama coming to an end were obvious as he said, "I can't believe the sweet and thrilling 'Melo-Holic' is coming to an end. It felt exciting to have met this production, and Yoo Eun Ho (Yunho's character) was a huge gift and source of happiness for me as well."

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He was grateful to everyone involved with the production and also aware of how much audience members had loved the drama. "I want to thank the director, the scriptwriter, and all the staff who worked hard to create a lovable, pure character, and I want to thank viewers for loving 'Melo-Holic'," Yunho said.

The singer-songwriter who last starred as a heartbroken chef in the web series 'I Order You,' added, "I had fun filming on set with such great fellow actors, and I will remember the time I spent filming deeply in my heart for a long time." He played a character who had the power to read women's minds.

Reflecting back on the whole experience of shooting the drama, Yunho complimented his co-stars and said, "I had fun filming on set with such great fellow actors, and I will remember the time I spent filming deeply in my heart for a long time." He added, "I will not forget 'Melo-Holic', which was like a turning point in my life for me. I will continue to show you all various sides of me through numerous promotions."

The drama was Yunho's first acting project since being discharged from the military in April, this year. He had also made a special appearance in the KBS2 drama 'Confession Couple.' As for TVXQ, they are touring Japan at the moment.

The final episode of 'Melo-Holic' airs on December 5 at 9.00p.m. KST, on OCN network.