Lee Min Ho appeared in an interview for Esquire magazine which was uploaded on Esquire’s YouTube channel.
The King: Eternal Monarch actor opened up about his hobbies while he was in middle school and briefly talked about his character in the upcoming Apple TV+ series “Pachinko.”
Speaking about playing the role of Hansu in “Pachinko,” he said, “I wanted to stay true to the character, so I focused a lot on how desperate they had to be to survive during that time.” He then continued to explain that he wanted to express how people could love one another in that specific era.
Furthermore, he disclosed his interest of watching the northern lights and his fear for cucumbers. He mentioned that he was really scared of cucumbers and would always want to get rid of them.
At the end of the interview, Lee Min Ho urged the fans to wait for “Pachinko.” “I’ve completed filming for ‘Pachinko,’ and it’s in the post-production phase, so I’m looking forward to it being released next year,” he said. “I know that my fans are waiting for my next project, so I hope that this drama will turn out well and become a great gift for my fans.”
Here’s the full interview with English subtitles:
Stay tuned for more updates on “Pachinko!”