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"The King 2 Hearts" prince Lee Seung-gi is royalty at last

2012/04/02 | 2222 views | Permalink | Source

Lee Seung-gi finally looked like a prince.

South Korean prince Lee Jae-ha (Lee Seung-gi) from the MBC drama "The King 2 Hearts" made an impressive speech at the wide World Cup Stadium.

On the fifth episode which will be broadcasted on the 5th, he stands on the podium to make a speech as a prince.

His diverse gestures, funny remarks here and there help to make the speech even more impressive and grand. The delinquent punk that he was is nowhere to be seen and another side of Lee Jae-ha can be seen here.

This shoot was taken in the World Cup Stadium on the 16th last month and Lee Seung-gi appeared in a black suit. About 300 or so supporting actors were gathered ere today and Lee Seung-gi mesmerized them with his charismatic speech.

He added humorous remarks here and there to lighten up the atmosphere of the site.

Kim Jong-hak Productions said, "Lee Seung-gi has been as MC since his debut so he is very used to conveying something in front of many people. He let out his charisma unlike the reckless self he'd been in the first few episodes".

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