Lee Seung Gi With Tied-Up Hair 'Looks So Different'
By Staff Writer | March 25, 2013 04:27 AM EDT
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Lee Seung Gi will be playing the role of the bold and confident Choi Kang Chi in the drama "Medical Novel" airing in April, making his debut into an old time drama. A picture of Lee Seung Gi who turned into this character while filming for the drama on the 18th was revealed.
In the picture, Lee Seung Gi has half of his hair up with a dark brown hanbok (Korean traditional clothing), making shining eyes full of curiosity and wonders. Many are curious and excited at the same time to see the character of Lee Seung Gi that he has never played before.
This first filming session was held in KyungSang city. After many hours of makeup and dressing, Lee Seung Gi showed up as Choi Kang Chi, receiving cheers from the staff members.
Lee Seung Gi, after successfully finishing his first filming, said, "I'm so honored to be able to work with Kang Eun Kyung and PD Shin Woo Chul. I'm excited for this drama, as I'm also working with great actors. I'm preparing a lot, as this is my first old time drama. I'm practicing to get used to the talking. I want to make this drama not any inferior to people's expectations."
Photo Credit: MBC
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