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[Interview] Why Does Lee Yi-kyung Still Feel Anxious?

2018/04/25 | 1283 views | Permalink | Source

Lee Yi-kyung is in a relationship with Jung In-sun with whom he starred in "Laughter in Waikiki". Although he has both work and love, he says that he is more anxious than ever.

His biggest concern is happiness. He has more work and his popularity is growing, but when he's at home, it's more difficult to find happiness. Lee Yi-kyung says, "There was a scene with a turtle once, and looking at them laying still in the fish tank I saw how happy they looked. That got me thinking about what happiness is".

It's not easy working hard and having someone you love at the same time. He was asked if he was happy to have both love and work at the same time and he said, "It may seem that way, but I'm more anxious".

"I don't think it was easy to get to where I am now. However, disappointment comes suddenly and I worry. Jung Jae-young gives me a lot of help on site these days. I get a lot of support just by talking to him. I look forward to the day I get to work and find my place and take care of the people I love around me".

Meanwhile, Lee Yi-kyung is coming back with the new MBC drama "Investigation Partners".

Source : www.tvreport.co.kr/?c...

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