MBLAQ's Lee Joon, Amazing Improvisational Acting!

By Staff Writer | June 09, 2012 05:36 PM EDT

MBLAQ's Lee Joon, Amazing Improvisational Acting!
MBLAQ's Lee Joon, Amazing Improvisational Acting! (Photo : SBS)

MBLAQ member Lee Joon attracted much attention with his impressive acting skills.

SBS 'Go Show' aired on June 8, Lee Joon reenacted a scene he did for the movie 'Ninja Assassin.’

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On this day, Lee Joon said "In 'Ninja Assassin', the dying scene was the weirdest. I was supposed to die by being stabbed in the stomach with a finger, but I didn't know what that feels like so it was really hard."

He continued, "So I received a lot of acting lessons and I was taught the different levels of pain,” showing the acting he learned.

Lee Joon then got on the floor and started acting as if he really was going through piercing pain, giving everyone chills that were at the set.

At this, MC Go Hyun Jung, who could not close her mouth at Lee Joon's acting, said "Lee Joon even began for form tears."

Photo: SBS

Tagged :  Lee Joon, Go Show, MBLAQ

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