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LeeSeunggi X LeeMinho EP.2: Lee Min Ho talks love, insecurities & more with Lee Seung Gi

 

Lee Min Ho released the second video from his series with Lee Seung Gi today. In the video, the duo discuss the theme of their project and talk about life.

 

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Lee Min Ho and Lee Seung Gi previously confirmed that they are coming together to collaborate on a YouTube video. The duo confirmed that they will be shooting a music video in the LeeSeunggi X LeeMinho EP1. In the second episode of the series, the two South Korean stars came together to discuss the theme and genre of the MV. As the two got down to business, the ideating process doubled up into a candid chat between the two stars. 

 

Lee Seung Gi began by revealing the emotion he wants viewers to feel after watching the MV. He confessed he was confused between picking a love song or a relatable track. As the discussion deepened, Lee Seung Gi and Lee Min Ho discussed the feeling of love before Lee Seung Gi confessed that though the emotion feels familiar, he wants to do something artistic. He talks about breaking away from his stereotypical image. He informs the Hallyu star that he wants to experiment with something different. 

 

As the duo delve deeper into the chat, Lee Seung Gi admits wanting to travel, he wants to go away from himself for a while, adding that he is constantly under pressure. As he made his confessions, he asked Lee Min Ho about how he managed to be calm and composed through his 20s. The King: Eternal Monarch star confessed he had several responsibilities and had the limitations of living within a frame. He went on to confess that while he had fooled people into believing he was stable in his 20s, the era was his most unstable period. Watch everything the duo told each other in the video below: 

 

 

https://www.pinkvilla.com/entertainment/leeseunggi-x-leeminho-ep2-lee-min-ho-talks-love-insecurities-more-lee-seung-gi-watch-video-593713

 

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Thank you @leeminhosny for your latest gif on LMH , the part on him not gotten to do what he wanted to do all this while, esp in his 20s. 

 

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I want to thank Min Ho-ssi for initiating his project on MovieLog.  Well, I did not expect it to be this soul-searching interactions on this episode, after seeing all the past 8 Mlogs of his.  Don't get me wrong - love all his Movielogs but this ONE is special.

I too want to thank Lee Seung Gi-ssi for wanting to do a collab-video-song with LMH. 
Is he the one who initiated this?
or was it LMH who mooted the idea first?  I am not sure, please correct me.

If yes, thank you to the ONE who mooted it because if not for that collaboration, LSG won't be sitting there reflecting about his 20s and what and how he wants to move on in his 30s.  We would not have such impromptu, healing conversation in any form - interviews at times are scripted or replies are carefully thought of, before spoken. 

Here, LMH is talking to a friend who opens up.

I hope to see more of this sort of heart-to-heart Movielogs from LMH so that we and the world get to see, hear and understand MORE of him, the personal feels and sides of him.  

 

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My thoughts on this movielog:

I am quite impressed by the deep reflexions they both made in the conversation and also, and most specially, the honesty to share them on camera and knowing that lot of people are going to see the video. It is very brave of them.

I think that, in life, not everybody has taken the time to analyse their life and to try to understand what happiness is and what makes us really happy. I have read a sentence that states something like "you are happy until you stop to think about it" and I think many people don't take the time to make that reflexion because it is scary to meditate about your life and realise there are things that are missing or could be a different way. But these two boys have. And they share it. Is my happiness only linked to my work? What would happen if I stop doing that work? What do I have in life besides my work that makes me happy? Have I always done what I wanted to do? Or have I done what it was supposed to be done? Was I happy during that process? I think most of us can empathize with that conversation and share the same questions.

Another reflexion in the video is the one regarding fame and how they live a different life from other people. LSG talks about doing things and being observed all the time and how that makes him feel. He is even embarrased to share that thoughts with LMH, even if he knows that LMH understand perfectly well what he is telling. And the fact that LMH says that is nothing to be embarrased about, that is their way of life, just a different lifestyle, points to someone who has accepted long ago that being in the spotlight is part of his life and has come to terms with it. And that is a sign of a grounded person, because not everybody is "stable" (as LMH said) enough to deal with that level of fame.

And finally... LMH sharing to LSG that in his 20s wasn't a stable person, that sometimes he didn't feel like himself. To recognise something like that to others means that he has recognised that to himself first, and that is a deep self-understanding, and that he is confortable enough in his skin to share that with his friend, but also with his fans. That is thoughtful and really brave, because as I said before, not everyone is willing to selfexplore in fear of what can they find. And many that do that reflexion wouldn't like what they see, even less sharing it aloud.

I really liked the interactions between the two of them: from how LMH's face changes from pouty to a smiling one when he sees LSG to how they listen to each other and how they can crack jokes. This movielog, like the first one and the SBS drama awards one, made me think a lot and I am really thankful to support an actor and a person who make me feel these kind of emotions.
Sorry for the long post.

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58 minutes ago, Missprincesa said:

My thoughts on this movielog:

I am quite impressed by the deep reflexions they both made in the conversation and also, and most specially, the honesty to share them on camera and knowing that lot of people are going to see the video. It is very brave of them.

I think that, in life, not everybody has taken the time to analyse their life and to try to understand what happiness is and what makes us really happy. I have read a sentence that states something like "you are happy until you stop to think about it" and I think many people don't take the time to make that reflexion because it is scary to meditate about your life and realise there are things that are missing or could be a different way. But these two boys have. And they share it. Is my happiness only linked to my work? What would happen if I stop doing that work? What do I have in life besides my work that makes me happy? Have I always done what I wanted to do? Or have I done what it was supposed to be done? Was I happy during that process? I think most of us can empathize with that conversation and share the same questions.

Another reflexion in the video is the one regarding fame and how they live a different life from other people. LSG talks about doing things and being observed all the time and how that makes him feel. He is even embarrased to share that thoughts with LMH, even if he knows that LMH understand perfectly well what he is telling. And the fact that LMH says that is nothing to be embarrased about, that is their way of life, just a different lifestyle, points to someone who has accepted long ago that being in the spotlight is part of his life and has come to terms with it. And that is a sign of a grounded person, because not everybody is "stable" (as LMH said) enough to deal with that level of fame.

And finally... LMH sharing to LSG that in his 20s wasn't a stable person, that sometimes he didn't feel like himself. To recognise something like that to others means that he has recognised that to himself first, and that is a deep self-understanding, and that he is confortable enough in his skin to share that with his friend, but also with his fans. That is thoughtful and really brave, because as I said before, not everyone is willing to selfexplore in fear of what can they find. And many that do that reflexion wouldn't like what they see, even less sharing it aloud.

I really liked the interactions between the two of them: from how LMH's face changes from pouty to a smiling one when he sees LSG to how they listen to each other and how they can crack jokes. This movielog, like the first one and the SBS drama awards one, made me think a lot and I am really thankful to support an actor and a person who make me feel these kind of emotions.
Sorry for the long post.


Beautiful thoughts @Missprincesa  don't worry about it being long - I like

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The nickname of LMH that I love best is the one that is shining right now,

that is, "Philosopher Lee Minho."

 

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(Didn't we all feel something?)  :bawling:

 

I love everything about this episode of Leeminho Film!

Two of my favorite stars being vulnerable and even more endearing.

Thank you to the directors and photographers working with LMH.

Thank you Seung-gi for the collaboration.

Looking forward to future episodes!!!

 

 

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Love to hear the laughter at this juncture - thanks to the gif above.
 

Lee Min Ho looks so comfortable and relaxed in this emotional movielog.  Confident too.   Lee Seung Gi talks and ponders whilst LMH listens attentively, eats and drinks.  I kept replaying the video.  Both so down to earth, so humble - wishing them them the best and happiness. 

 

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53 minutes ago, Ameera Ali said:


@Min2206 @partyon Would be weird if I wish to be his ear  - he keep touching it :yum:

 

Are you tagging me in this thread too? :joy:

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Even though he's not my oppa :joy:

 

Sorry everyone for intruding here. I just want to state that I do like LMH and have seen many of his dramas :kiss_wink:

 

 

What was he or LSG talking about? A person who touches their ear subconsciously like that is often telling a lie or is feeling anxiety.

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23 minutes ago, Ameera Ali said:

@partyon can you believe LMH other than sophisticated :D

 

Humble oppa :

Why does he keep touching his ear? :joy:

 

Really, sorry for intruding here. Please be gentle with me. :heartxoxo:

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Jung Woong-in reportedly set to join star-studded cast for 'Pachinko' series

Reports on Tuesday say actor Jung Woong-in will join the star-studded cast for the highly anticipated drama series “Pachinko,” which will be produced by Apple TV+.

The confirmed cast includes Korean heartthrob Lee Min-ho, who has gained international fame after appearing in “Boys Over Flowers,” and Youn Yuh-jung, who is currently sweeping awards from U.S. film associations for her role in “Minari,” as well as Japanese actors Soji Arai and Kaho Minami.

Based on the book by Lee Min-jin, “Pachinko” revolves around four generations of a Korean family that journeys between Korea, Japan and America, telling stories of war and peace, love and loss.

The script was penned by Korean-American Soo Hugh, who will also serve as creator and showrunner, with Korean director Kogonada and actor Justin Chon set to direct multiple episodes of the series.

It will be filmed across multiple continents, and the story is to be told in Korean, Japanese and English.
 

https://entertain.naver.com/read?oid=640&aid=0000007841

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