'Great Doctor' Ends, Lee Min Ho Wants To Sleep for 3 Days
By Staff Writer | November 01, 2012 04:47 AM EDT
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The last scene was shot on Tuesday morning at Incheon and he said, "This was my first historical drama and I was able to meet Choi Young, a really charming character. I want to thank all the viewers who watched the drama and my fans. I also want to thank the cast and crew, all of whom worked really hard for the past 6 months."
He continued, "Though it was definitely hard on everyone, no one complained and always wanted to work together. I take comfort in the fact that we all tried our best. As an actor appaering in a drama, I believed that the relationship between the viewer and the cast was really important so I really fought hard to keep it all together until the end. Because I tried my best, there are no regrets."
He thought back to how busy his schedule was and revealed, "I want to put down the weight that's been on my shoulders for half a year and after eating a meal at home, I want to sleep for 3 days."
According to one of his insiders, he suffered from a flu even from the very beginning of the production and was injured numerous times during the fight scenes but he never made a scene about it for fear that it would hinder or delay the production.
As soon as the drama was officially declared over, he went and said thank you to every one of the 100 crew members that worked with him.
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