'IU's Man' Lee Jong-won "Still awkward with Park Bo-gum"
'IU's Man' Lee Jong-won "Still awkward with Park Bo-gum"
Actor Lee Jong-won talked about Park Bo-gum, a member of the Hansotbap family.

Lee Jong-won met with Ten Asia at a cafe located in Nonhyeon-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul on the 15th and told various stories about MBC's Friday-Saturday drama 'Flowers that Bloom at Night'.

'Flowers that Bloom at Night' is a thrilling comical action historical drama about Yeo-hwa (played by Lee Ha-nui), a 15-year-old widow who has been married for 15 years, and Su-ho (played by Lee Jong-won), a civil servant coveted by everyone in the four major gates. Lee Jong-won played the role of Park Soo-ho, a Geumwiyeong officer with a selfish appearance and outstanding abilities.

Lee Jong-won, who was known as 'IU's man' after appearing in IU's music video, announced the news of an exclusive contract with his current agency, The Black Label, in November last year. The Black Label includes Taeyang, Jeon So-mi, Zion.T, and Park Bo-gum. Lee Jong-won said about Park Bo-gum, "We are getting closer to him. It's still awkward. We talked a bit while having dinner with the actor team at the end of the year. We also went to see the musical when it was on. I haven't interacted much with my senior yet, but I support him." .

Lee Jong-won appeared on MBC's 'I Live Alone' last year and revealed his daily life, moving out of the semi-basement after four years and living in a house with a view of Namsan Tower. Lee Jong-won said, "After appearing on 'I Live Alone', the response was better than I expected. If I get the chance, I want to come back. What I show through acting is not the human Lee Jong-won. I think 'I Live Alone' is a reality that can show the human Lee Jong-won. "he said.

He continued, "I came out without any pretense when filming. I want to come out again because it's a window where I can show myself. I'm always very welcome when I come out to the house. Because there are a lot of things I like in the house," he said. "I haven't put up the curtains yet. I like Miracle Morning." “I do. I think I’ll oversleep when it gets dark with the curtains up. I think it’s good to wake up to the sunlight,” he added.

Taeyuna, Ten Asia Reporter youyou@tenasia.co.kr translated by google