MBLAQ’s Lee Joon, with his upcoming movie “Rough Play,” declared that he is going to lessen his number of appearances on variety shows.
In his interview with a local news agency on October 14, he said, “Until now I appeared on variety shows a lot more than others, but now I think I need to stop doing it so much.” He continued, “It’s not something people should feel disappointed or hurt by, though. Truthfully, I just don’t have anything to say anymore. I’ve told all the stories that I have, and now I don’t know what kind of fun things to talk about anymore.”
When asked if there are any stories from the film set, he humbly replied, “It’s a matter of course that there will be difficulties while filming a movie. The fact that I’m shooting a movie at all is an episode for me, and that I’m doing my best with a beginner’s mindset is really all there is to it.”
He further explained about filming the movie, “When I filmed a movie previously, I got good reviews, but the reviews lost a lot of meaning because many people didn’t remember my acting, and honestly, that was a little upsetting. With this new movie, I want to bring back the reviews for my acting.”
Lee Joon’s new movie “Rough Play” will premiere on October 24, where he plays his first main role as Oh Young, showing a drastic new side of himself.