Lee Chan-won confessed his compulsion to save
Lee Chan-won confessed his compulsion to save
The human psychological analysis show 'One Little Difference: Psychomentary (hereinafter referred to as One Little Difference)' sheds light on the unexpected life story of Andy Warhol, a 'complex man' whose life changed 180 degrees after his death and resurrection.

T-Cast E Channel's 'Hint Difference', which will be broadcast on the 10th, will cover the eighth psychological keyword 'Avoidance VS Head-on Breakthrough'. We delve into the dark inner self of a 'shepherd boy' who had to kill an innocent child despite a car accident, and the life-turning story of Andy Warhol, the 'Emperor of Pop Art', who sublimated his psychological complex into art.
Lee Chan-won confessed his compulsion to save
Lee Chan-won confessed his compulsion to save
Andy Warhol had such a severe complex that he hid his origins, appearance, and name for a long time. In particular, she had a severe complex about her appearance, so she always wore heavy makeup, wore sunglasses, and was obsessed with wigs, to the point where she put glue on her hair. In addition, Andy Warhol, who suffered from an obsession with hoarding that prevented him from throwing away items, is said to have piled up various items, including leftover pizza legs, toenails, dead insects, and unpaid bills, in 600 boxes.

Then one day, Andy Warhol suffered an unexpected accident and his heart stopped. After barely surviving, his actions began to be 180 degrees different from before. You can see the decisive difference that changed Andy Warhol, who lived with a complex all his life, and the way he faced the world without running away from the complex through this broadcast of 'One Change'.

In this broadcast, Chan-won Lee opens up about his 'obsession with saving', which is no less intense than Andy Warhol's. Lee Chan-won confessed, "I wash and store all disposable delivery containers. I like to cook, so I pack a lot of homemade side dishes for my friends." He then shocked the other MCs by saying, "There is no space to put food in," because it was taking up an entire space in the refrigerator.

An episode of Internet chatting that Jang Seong-gyu had under the name ‘Jang Cheol’ during his middle school days was also revealed, causing laughter. The 'cute' lie of middle school student Jang Seong-gyu, who deceived his sister who is 2 years older than him, will be revealed in this broadcast of 'One Little Difference'.

'The shepherd boy' who used phlegm to block what was supposed to be a hoe VS the complex '200 billion painting genius' Andy Warhol, the difference between the two can be seen on E Channel's 'One Point Difference' at 8:40 pm on the 10th. 'Hankeutchai' can also be found on OTT platforms such as Wave, Netflix, and Watcha, and is also served as audio content on podcast platforms Podbbang and Apple Podcasts.

Kim Ji-won, Ten Asia reporter bella@tenasia.co.kr translated by google