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Yoon Kyun-sang, "Lee Jong-suk is a stay-at-home guy"

2017/02/05 | 2550 views | Permalink | Source

Yoon Kyun-sang said Lee Jong-suk and himself are home people.

The MBC TV show "Section TV" interviewed Yoon Kyun-sang who is starring in "Rebel: Thief Who Stole the People".

Yoon said, "We film in Masan, Kyeong-joo, Hap-cheon and Yong-in".

Yoon Kyun-sang debuted in the year 2012 with the drama "Faith". He then met Lee Jong-suk and they have been good friends since.

About Lee Jong-suk, he said, "He's younger than me, but he's been at this longer than I have. We like to stay at home so we hang out at home. We also talk about movies and dramas".

"The person who is my father in "Rebel: Thief Who Stole the People" was also Lee Jong-suk's father before. Lee Jong-suk claims I stole his father".

He was asked if he was thankful for his looks and he said, "I am. I am grateful to my parents for letting me do this kind of work". Apparently he underwent some serious dieting to achieve his dreams of being an actor. "My school friends don't recognize me.

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