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Thank you @peonie, haha, it just happened that GBW is my first movie of BH to become a fan. - Before I only knew him from Tomorrow Love. And then I watched A bittersweet life, and that was it for me. :D And all GBW commentary/interview is really fun to listen, you can feel that they suffered a lot but together they had lots of fun. The DVD commentary is a must listen. 

 

Here is nice mention of BH in latest article from, in red color, 

Cine21 Article on "Chiefs of Namsan" , Director WMH interview. translation is by me.

 

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"I thought that my movie career may end after this film. But I still did it." Continuing the streak of <Inside men>(2015) and <Drug King>(2018), Director Woo Minho again puts his hand on bigger accusation report of modern history. <Chiefs of Namsan> is an espionage thriller based on Kim Choong Sik's novel with same name, about Korean Central Intelligence Agency(KCIA) ‘s ‘Mafia like’ intelligence activities and secret stories and histories during the president Park Junghee’s 18 years of reign. This film will study the realities of 1970’s reign of terror closely, focusing on Kim Gyupyung(Lee Byung-hun) and Park Yonggak(Gwak Dowon) who shot the president Park(Lee Sungmin) who was at the top of the power. “I cannot ignore my feelings that the current issues have roots in parent’s time of 1970s.” In the middle of shooting which was cranked in Oct. last year, director WMH is working on this with the resolution that “this is the end of accusation series”. “If I filmed <Drug King> with fun, now I’m holding out day after day, with doubts." We met director WMH on thin ice, in the center of set.

 

-    Getting close to 1970’s reign of fear based on original novel with same name.
I read original novel <Chiefs of Namsan> when I was in college. Writer Kim Choongsik published serial report articles he did in <Donga newspaper> during 90s under president “Noh Taewoo”. Original novel was a bestseller back then, sold 520K copies, and this represents the text for modern/present political history of Korea. Among Japanese journalists this is the book that should be read before coming to Korea. I wanted to do this because it was really a movie worthy story as well as a major historical event but afraid to do so. After I was done with <Inside men>, I thought of doing this again.

 

-    Why do you wanted to do this movie for so long, and what’s the main focus of the story?
Korea Central Intelligence Agency was the center of 1970s dictatorship government after October restoration. Because of that power, things were eventually lead to the final collapse. To Oct 26th(*translator note: this is the day President Park was shot). I’m describing 40 days before the event. What happened during that 40 days that result to the final end. I wanted to make a movie focused on events, not on characters. <Drug King> was formed on characters without big events, this movie is closer to <Inside men>. <Drug King> described 10 years, physical time in this movie is much shorter. So things will move faster, and how to liven up the tension is the issue.

 

-    This reminds us the movie <The president’s last bang> by director Lim Sangsoo, dealing with same time and assassination of the man in power.
<The president’s last bang> didn't put emphasis on the event. Rather than focusing on why Kim Jaegyu shot Park Junghee, and their emotions, it was more of black comedy drawing messy status of nation and pathetic men. My movie focuses on why so it’ll have different tones. I’m centering what the characteristic of power is, and why they behaved that way.


-    How did you interpret main characters “Chiefs of Namsan” who were parasites of fear mongering politics and abandoned at the end.


Park Junghee didn’t even trust KCIA who is the closest aids. Chiefs were the 2nd in power and this is the story of them, but they were all killed in the end. Those who were at the center of the power but didn’t really have any power. Even Park Junghee, who was at the top of the power for 18 years, thought to be enjoying it and trying to hold on to it, but he missed the chance to step down and got the wretched end, as the power dictated. Power is always there, and there will be another faction who wants it. We thought it is where the major power is, but in reality, it may not be anything, just empty space. They were just servants of the power and it’s the power which moved.

 

-    Chief Kim Gyupyung is interesting character with complexities, who was the closest aide to president Park but become a shooter who killed the president. You’re working again with Lee Byunghun after <Inside men>

This is a role that needs to foreshadow future events and to show complex mindsets thru minimal lines. And also needs to present even the smallest things with detail. I couln’t think of anyone else can do it, if Lee Byunghun didn't do this role, so I didn’t send script to any other actor. After <Inside men> I told him I bought the right for movie for original novel and wanted to do it together. Back then it was under president Park Geunhye(* translator note: president Park Junghee’s daughter), and this scenario deals with subject matters anyone rarely want to jump on but he gave me ok.

 

-    This is dramatized movie, but reminds us the ties with actual people.
Not for all characters but some are modeled with real people in mind. Lee Byung hun has some points that remind us some of Kim Jaegyu, Lee Heejoon, the role of Gawk( which could be Cha JiChul) gained weight for the role. The actor who reminds us president Jeon shaved his head, and I think it’s fun try for outside appearance. The name “President Park” is the only one that’s real, everyone else uses different name and not real name.

 

-    Actors from <Drug King>, Lee Sungmin, Lee Heejoon and Kim Sojin appears again in this movie.
Actor Lee Sungmin only has short scene in <Drug King> but in this movie he’ll have more presence as President Park. I managed to persuade him (laughing) for the role. Actor Lee Heejoon and actress Kim Sojin from <Drug King> will have bigger roles in this movie. They’ll show how main characters like chief Kim, president Park, security chief Gwak, chief Park and Debora Shim go against each other and struggles thru their superb acting.

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Dir Woo Minho/Casts Lee Byunghun, Lee Sungmin, Gawk Dowon, Lee Heejoon, Kim Sojin/ Production company Zemstone pictures, Hive Media Corp./Distribution Showbox/Release 2019

 

Synopsis. In 1970s Washington DC, U.S. It is in the middle of hearing titled “Korea gate” on Korean lobbyists and US senates who’s in suspicion for being lobbied. Then, Korea was under the power of KCIA which was above national assembly, political parties, Constitution, militaries or police, and dictator “president Park” who controlled the KCIA. It was the time of terror that if you were against the changes in Constitution, you were considered against the power and discarded. Former KCIA chief Park Yonggak(Gawk Dowon) with the secret of the power and under constant threat of death, decided to seek asylum in US. Espionage and power struggle will follow between the 2nd in powers, KCIA chief Kim Gyupyung(Lee Byunghun) who did the core role for keeping absolute power, Aspiring 2nd in power Gawk Sangchun security chief(Lee Heejoon) and lobbyist Debora Shim.

 

Another 1970s story after <Drug King> Drug king put light upon the year of 1972 and 10 years afterward, this movie will show later 1970s.  How to differentiate. Woo Minho said “Even though it’s the same 1970s, this movie’s tone will be much different from <Drug King>”. Less glamour and more of even tone concept. Filming and art in production will be minimal to put focus on acting. “Referring movies of Jean-Pierre Melville”, he will present mystery spy story of cold noir with assassination subject. While <Drug King> showed us various images of Korea in 1970s, this time movie will have scenes between the Blue house, KCIA building and safe house. And scenery of Washington DC and Paris of 1970s, where the assassination will take place, will be something to look forward to.

Article:Lee Whajung Photo: Choi Sungyeul.

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On 1/16/2019 at 7:41 PM, kansas424 said:

I hope to see both director Kim and LBH work on a new project again. TBH, director Kim's movies were better when he had LBH as main lead back then LOL !! Each one of them remained as classic until now.
 

 

LBH is really .. like Dir. Kim's muse. :lol: Indeed, their past 3 movies (+ 1 cameo) collaboration are true classic & simply gold. They really should get back together. :P Although Dir. KJW's strengths are in thriller and action movies, I remember reading once he hoped to direct a different genre.. like comedy or romance. Who knows.. he could direct a rom-com for LBH.. he hasn't done that in awhile either. But most importantly.. if they work together again.. there have to be that spark for success. Somehow.. the Korean movies have been in less than lukewarm mode these days.

 

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Also hoping for another collaboration with Dir Park Chan Wook .. although his movies are rather bold & daring. BH is a fan of Dir. Park.. so.. maybe.. maybe..

 

@mistymorning, thank you so much for the translation on Dir. WMH's interview. We can't thank you enough. Hopefully the movie will be as good as INSIDE MEN or even better, considering that it's based on a best-selling novel and part of the Korean history.

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Dir. WMH lacks the creativity and skillset of Dir Kim and Park.....and he's pretty old school too. 

For a movie that lacks dialogue, OSTs play an even more important role, cite "A Bittersweet Life". I hope he realized that from the downfall of Drug King. 

 Jean-Pierre Melville 's filming style will not work for contemporary audience.  

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January 16, 2019

 

#10YearChallenge: The Trend That Didn’t Take Korea By Storm, But Here It Is Anyway

Source: Soompi by R. Jun

 

The #10YearChallenge, or — the more apt version for us age-at-a-normal-rate folk — “How hard has aging hit you challenge,” is running rampant through the interwebs, with friends and celebrities alike sharing then-and-now photos of their transformation, or lack thereof, from 2009 to 2019.

 

Korean celebrities have, for the most part, pointedly ignored this trend — why, we cannot fathom — so here you go, you ageless monsters. We did it for you.

 

Exclusively from our favorite dramas of 2009 and some that we truly did not know existed, here are 16 celebrities, then and now:

 

Full compilation at soompi link ~

 

Lee Byung Hun

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Left: “IRIS” (2009) Right: “Mr. Sunshine”
 

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Lee Min Jung

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Left: “Smile, You” (2009) Right: “Fates and Furies“

 

 

Photo: alatus_deus

 

 

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Source: Lee Byung Hun IG / thanks to mistymorning for the translation cuppa.gif

 

January 17, 2019

 

Actress Kim Hye Soo sends a coffee truck to CHIEFS OF NAMSAN

 

BH's caption:  Thank you Hyesoo-ssi

 

On the banner showing pics of LBH & LSM: CHIEFS OF NAMSAN Please have a cup of hot coffee!

 

On the side banner showing picture of KHS: For all casts and staffs working hard in cold weather, cheers to you and fill some caffeine ! 

 

Photos: pd.coffee
 
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Didn't expect KHS to send a coffee truck to the filming but it's really nice of her indeed. :)

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January 18, 2019

 

Lee Byung Hun Thanks Kim Hye Soo For Sending Coffee Truck To Film Set

 

Source: Soompi by K. Lew

 

 

Kim Hye Soo has sent a thoughtful gift to her friend Lee Byung Hun.

 

On January 17, Lee Byung Hun uploaded photos of a coffee truck sent to the filming site of his upcoming movie “Chiefs of Namsan” (literal translation).

 

The photos show signs that say, “To the actors and staff who are working hard in the cold weather, please come get a caffeine boost,” “From Kim Hye Soo,” and “‘Chiefs of Namsan’ please have a warm cup of coffee.” Lee Byung Hun also thanked the actress for the coffee truck in his post. The two actors are same-age friends, both born in 1970.

 

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Lee Byung Hun is currently filming “Chiefs of Namsan,” which is set in the 1970s and involves the CIA. Other actors appearing in the film are Lee Sung Min, Kwak Do Won, Lee Hee Joon, and more.

 

Kim Hye Soo most recently appeared in the film “Default” alongside Yoo Ah In, Jo Woo Jin, and Heo Joon Ho. She will be starring in an upcoming sci-fi film “Return” (literal translation) with Hwang Jung Min.

 

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January 18, 2019

 

Coffee carts kept on coming.......from Cho Seung Woo, Byung Hun -ssi 's co-star from "Inside Men". 

 

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On 1/11/2019 at 10:43 AM, mistymorning said:

 

Another BH's reading book in Millie's, coming soon. 

The selfish gene by Richard Dawkins, this reading book will be released on Jan-21st on Millie with BH's voice. More than 40 years since this book was published, but I'm sure the book is still fresh esp. with BH reading it. I was thinking about dropping this service, but Millie knows how to keep customers.

 

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@peonie Thanks so much for the latest IG post from BH. It's awesome seeing the latest photos from the filming site. Actor CSW was really close to LBH in INSIDE MEN and off-camera, too. The support never stops for CHIEFS OF NAMSAN and in this coldest weather is especially heartwarming. So far, there's been at least 8 coffee trucks sent to the filming site for LBH & the filming team. A good sign that many are indeed anticipating this movie. It's interesting to read that how things come together for Dir. WMH & LBH  to reunite (from interview translated by @mistymorning ) For years and years, LBH's character was deemed as a 'villain' but due to the recent situation, there's renewed attention on the man in the movie and how he'll be portrayed would be something to look forward to, by Koreans in particular.

 

Source: HERALDPOP

 

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From the looks of it, Lee Byung Hun may have started a new BH meme for this new year. Actor Byun Yo Han imitated his one-finger pose at the musical gathering, same as Kim Hye Soo when she sent the coffee truck. :blush: Now Dir. Woo, too.. who else, haha..

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Another 'Inside Men' Coffee truck today, photos posted by BH. Snack treats & hot coffee support from actor Kim Dae Myung to Dir. Woo Min Ho & CHIEFS OF NAMSAN cast. KDM was in Inside Men & Drug King, also in Misaeng with actor Lee Sung Min.

 

All the actors are covered up (perhaps, not to reveal their costume and style worn in the movie) but everyone was sporting enough to pose for the photo. cuppa.gif

 

BH's caption: Thank you Daemyung!

 

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Hello Hello! So I hope I can join! I first saw this lovely talented amazing actor in I Saw the Devil. I know this movie isn't for everyone. I know I'm a Gong Yoo fan. I will always support LBH! And I heard LBH has some projects coming up! I'm so happy for him! I miss Mr. Sunshine. I will never forget Eugene Choi. I am happy LBH returned to drama land. I can't wait for his next drama! So what do I think about LBH? I think he acts with feelings. I believe him.

 

So his wife was murdered in I saw the Devil, right? I felt his pain. I'm sorry if I spoiled it. I know there is a thread for I saw the devil. I want to share my feelings. I know he is married to Lee Min Young, right? Well, she was in Big with Gong Yoo! Isn't it so interesting? I think he and LBH are connected. And I want them to act in a movie together! I hope LBH can help Gong Yoo act with feelings. I don't think there is anything wrong with Gong Yoo's acting. I think LBH can help him get better! I don't think they had many scenes in Age of Shadows together...So I'm going to post my favorite things from I Saw the Devil. Please let me know if I offend you.

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these gifs are not mine! credit to owner

 

I believe him. I believe that he is in pain. I think he's saying, "It's all over, but why am I still crying?" I want to say, "Please don't cry! You got your revenge!"

 

 

I haven't seen any of LBH's other movies/dramas yet!

 

Thanks for being patient with me!

 

 

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@garbolein77 nice video, im gonna check out this movie soon.

@2handsintertwined Hello there, i agree with you, he has to do more drama in future, and also teaming up with Gong Yoo in a movie. You should check out "A Bittersweet Life", this movie was filmed and acted by LBH brilliantly. 

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16 hours ago, 2handsintertwined said:

Hello Hello! So I hope I can join! I first saw this lovely talented amazing actor in I Saw the Devil. I know this movie isn't for everyone. I know I'm a Gong Yoo fan. I will always support LBH! And I heard LBH has some projects coming up! I'm so happy for him! I miss Mr. Sunshine. I will never forget Eugene Choi. I am happy LBH returned to drama land. I can't wait for his next drama! So what do I think about LBH? I think he acts with feelings. I believe him.

 

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So his wife was murdered in I saw the Devil, right? I felt his pain. I'm sorry if I spoiled it. I know there is a thread for I saw the devil. I want to share my feelings. I know he is married to Lee Min Young, right? Well, she was in Big with Gong Yoo! Isn't it so interesting? I think he and LBH are connected. And I want them to act in a movie together! I hope LBH can help Gong Yoo act with feelings. I don't think there is anything wrong with Gong Yoo's acting. I think LBH can help him get better! I don't think they had many scenes in Age of Shadows together...So I'm going to post my favorite things from I Saw the Devil. Please let me know if I offend you.

 

 

Hello @2handsintertwined, you've made it.. I know it's not want you've wanted, but just know that we can talk better about LBH here. Thank you for your thoughts on I SAW THE DEVIL (ISTD) and GY acted with BH's wife, Lee Min Jung in BIG. At the time, BH and MJ were rumored to be dating which they denied at first but eventually they got married in 2013.

 

Who knows, one day LBH and GY may act together in a brand new movie. One thing for sure, both have appeared in Dir. Kim's movies. It's easier to team up with the director when they've already collaborated together and had familiarize themselves. In MASTER, LBH collaborated with two younger actors and in KEYS TO THE HEART, a family drama about 2 brothers, so there is always a possibility if there's another thriller or action script waiting to materialize on the silver screen. THE AGE OF SHADOWS proved to be a big hit, a modern spin-off would definitely thrill the fans.

 

@garbolein77 thank you for the HARMONIUM IN MY MEMORY lovely collage. I remember watching this movie alongside JSA just after discovering Lee Byung Hun the actor almost 20 years ago. He looked so young of course, perfect as the fresh teacher on his first job. The movie itself had such a nostalgic yesteryear feeling and Jeon Do Yeon nailed her role as a teenager when she's was almost 30 at the time. Both of them, to the fans' delight reunited in MEMORIES OF THE SWORD, which was rare as LBH paired-up with someone nearing his age (unlike the usual trend in Kdramas/movies) and they were just awesome on the screen. However, the movie simply failed to match the two stars' charisma and presence which is such a pity and huge waste of what could have been.

 

The latest IG post by Byunghun, he's recommending a musical movie

 

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The full compilation at HELLOKPOP, posting related LBH dramas only ~

 

January 19, 2019

 

Hellokpop K-Drama Picks: A Tribute To Classic Korean Dramas That Never Lose Magic

 

By abbyinhallyuland | Hellokpop


REACHING A PHENOMENAL POPULARITY, CLASSIC KOREAN DRAMAS ESSENTIALLY HAVE CONTRIBUTED TO THE WORLDWIDE GROWTH OF HALLYU.

 

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With the internet aiding the prevalence of streaming K-Drama content through various online video platforms, the direction of the industry it belongs looks utterly auspicious.


An offshoot of this thought ended up propelling our K-drama team to kick off this new segment of rounding up our own recommendations.

 

Trust us, drawing a preference list is hard. Although we can’t argue how recent Korean dramas keep on getting better, there are just quintessential Korean television series not to be missed.

 

On that note, since we have just recently begun a new year, our first recommendation list celebrates the K-Dramas which became forerunners of Hallyu.

 

We present our favorite classic Korean dramas. When we say classic, we mean it for dramas which aired between 2000 until 2010.

 

Note that we considered availability of video sources for this list since we want to celebrate our cherished picks with fellow K-Drama followers.

 

 

ABBYINHALLYULAND’S PICKS

 


Tears by Lee Byung Hun, Original clip courtesy Rubeurs

 

The oldest drama that I saw was 1999’s Happy Together, the weep-fest series starring Lee Byung Hun, Kim Ha Neul, Song Seung Heon, Cha Tae Hyun and Jun Ji Hyun.

In early 2000, Korean dramas prevailing genre were melodramas. At that time, I was in constant bickering with my brother, who always complain about melodramas with heroines crying every episode. That appears to be true, my tear ducts were on a regular exercise during those years. Thankfully, period dramas and romantic comedies slowly joined the ruling drama roster so it provided alternative series to binge on.

 

EMYLYN’S PICKS

Beautiful Days (2001)

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A story about two sisters who grew up together at an orphanage and two brothers who detested each other. The characters’ lives get entangled through music and a twist of fate. This was the first Lee Byung Hun drama that I watched, and he blew me away. It seemed I was not the only one as the writers had to revise the script in the middle of filming. His stellar performance and great chemistry with Choi Ji Woo changed his character from the second lead to the guy who got the girl in the end!

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@rubie Thanks for the LBH updates :). I think you're working so hard!

 

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(Eugene Choi, Mr. Sunshine, 2018) gif not mine credit to owner!

 

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(I want to reply to what you said. So I did that :D)

 

13 hours ago, rubie said:

Hello @2handsintertwined, you've made it.. I know it's not want you've wanted, but just know that we can talk better about LBH here. Thank you for your thoughts on I SAW THE DEVIL (ISTD) and GY acted with BH's wife, Lee Min Jung in BIG. At the time, BH and MJ were rumored to be dating which they denied at first but eventually they got married in 2013.

Hello :). So GY acted with BH's wife Lee Min Jung. I think she's so pretty. I think this is off-topic. I liked her acting in Big! 

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So LBH and MJ denied dating. They got married :) That is nice :).

 

Making two posts!

Edit: Making 3 posts:ph34r:

 

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13 hours ago, rubie said:

Who knows, one day LBH and GY may act together in a brand new movie. One thing for sure, both have appeared in Dir. Kim's movies. It's easier to team up with the director when they've already collaborated together and had familiarize themselves.

You're right! I wish they act in drama/movie together :)  Can I share something?

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(GY, LBH, and KSH, Age of Shadows 2016)

 

I took these photos on my computer. I'm sorry! It's bad quality!

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13 hours ago, rubie said:

In MASTER, LBH collaborated with two younger actors and in KEYS TO THE HEART, a family drama about 2 brothers, so there is always a possibility if there's another thriller or action script waiting to materialize on the silver screen. THE AGE OF SHADOWS proved to be a big hit, a modern spin-off would definitely thrill the fans.

Ok. Thanks for the info. I loved Age of Shadows! It was like watching a mystery unfold! And they never found LBH's character :) 

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@kansas424 I'm sorry I missed you. *hugs you* So you said, " Hello there, i agree with you, he has to do more drama in future, and also teaming up with Gong Yoo in a movie. You should check out "A Bittersweet Life", this movie was filmed and acted by LBH brilliantly" Hello! I'm glad you agree. We need more dramas and a movie with GY, LBH!!!! I will try to check out Bittersweet Life :)

 

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Didn't follow the Talk Show 'Happy Together Season 4' but saw in the media updates recently, mentions of LBH in the show's episode 577 which was aired on January 17. Seems that there's a segment where celebrity guests in the show could request their 'dark past' moments (embarrassing CFs, photos, etc) to be erased. The shows writers/staff will compile the clips or pics and feature those in the show with the celebrity as their guest. After a short Q&A, they will say the magic word and whatever the 'dark past' was.. will be erased. :huh: Not sure if it's really deleted completely but supposedly it'll be erased forever(?). Anyway, the show hosts had specifically mentioned Lee Byung Hun and the Arena Tour 2007 concert in which he had performed a dance routine.. the clip that he himself posted on his IG. 

 

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The dialogues from the segment ~

These days, there are some people who posted about their dark pasts.
Right.
Lee Byung Hun posted about his dark past two times.
Really?
Yes.
Byung Hun posted it on social media.
(Caption: Byung Hun from 12 years ago)
(He's got the capitalistic smile)
(I respect him for facing his dark past)
We are keeping our eyes on him.
If he posts more of those, we will accept it.. 
as a request to join us and we will ask him.
We will give him a call.

 

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Thanks to fan-highlight at PlanetBH0712, from source at TVCF

 

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Large image on the wall at first floor of Building 63 (Lifeplus' HQ), credit to s.w_yoon

 

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