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Lee Seung-gi : 'I Would Like To Have Chance to Act in Japan Too'

2010/02/17 | 878 views | Permalink | Source

All-around entertainer Lee Seug-gi held a fan meeting for the first time in a year, after performing a show entitled "Lee Seung-gi Live & Talk 2010" at Sun Plaza Hall in Nagano, Tokyo on the evening of February 12.

▲ All-around entertainer Lee Seung-gi being interviewed at Sun Plaza Hall, in Nagano, Tokyo on Feb. 12, ahead of his show "Lee Seugi-gi Live & Talk 2010 - I WISH".

All-around entertainer Lee Seug-gi held a fan meeting for the first time in a year, after performing a show entitled "Lee Seung-gi Live & Talk 2010" at Sun Plaza Hall in Nagano, Tokyo on the evening of February 12.

He is well-known to Japanese pans, starring in the sitcom "Nonstop 5", the drama "Famous Princesses", and a segment of the variety show "1 Night 2 Days of Happy Sunday".

He showed a good proficiency in Japanese at the interview ahead of his show and explained, "I started to study Japanese 3 years ago after I watched the drama 'Pride' starring Takuya Kimura". He added, "I keep studying Japanese. I would like to have a chance to act with him in Japan if his tight schedule allows him to do so".

He performed his songs such as "Will You Marry Me", "I'll Give You All", and "Because You're My Girl" as well as "Let's Break Up", a song from his fourth album entitled "Shadow" released in September, 2009.

He expressed his appreciation, saying, "I appreciate my fans who came in full attendance to cheer me on warmly although I came back to visit you after a year". Also, he revealed an episode where he brushed his teeth many times because he was requested to do more than ten takes of a kissing scene from different angles in the drama "Brilliant Legacy".

He said, "I think every task on '1 Night 2 Days' is difficult for me. The task to go to the South Pole will be really harsh. I worry about my schedule, because I am supposed to act in a drama right after coming back from the South Pole".

When he was asked about any special memories of Valentine's Day, he answered that he had never received chocolates during his high school days. He also said, "I am accustomed to confessing my love; however, I'd like to receive someone's confession for once".

He revealed that he would like to have a chance to act in Japan with actor Takuya Kimura, entertainer Matsumoto Jun of the popular boy band "Arashi", and actress Aoi Yu.

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