Lee Gyeong-gi expressed his gratitude for AnSoo-hee, who breathed together in the ‘Warakata Waikiki 2’.

Actor Lee Kyung opened the role of guest house Waikiki co-CEO and livelihood actor Lee Jun Ki in the JTBC drama ‘Eragacha Cha Waikiki 2’ (play Kim Ki-ho Song Ji Eun Song Seo Dong Bum / director Lee Changmin) recently.

Lee Kyung-eun said in an interview with Newsen in a cafe in Gangnam-gu, Gangnam-gu, Seoul on May 15, “There is a response that the love line with An Soh-hee (Kim Jung-eun) I feel like I’m good, “he said.” I feel like I’m finished, but I think the other couples are finished. ”

followed and “has been modified many scripts originally me was Shinto kiss So-hee, was bishop choice, I think not bad.” “Some people ‘seem to notice the third season” in the comments and hadeora. I was rather good. ”

However, the audience of ‘Warakata 2 Waikiki 2’ responded that it was a bit disappointing because there were few love lines of Lee Jun Ki and Kim Jung Eun. This is the first time I have ever seen a movie, but I do not think it’s going to be a problem if I think about the character or the actor alone. ,

What kind of an actress was An Soh-hee from the side? Lee Kyung said, “I have been reading four hours each while going to and from each other in the office until the last minute. I do not have an approach to think about each other, but I met a friend called Sohee and read four hours a day at the office. I do not have to go to the bathroom for four hours and I have to write a lot, “he said.

“At the end, I said,” Sohee, I’m glad you gave me the character Jung-eun, thank you. “I did not know how he felt, but I really liked it.

It is not easy to come along with Lee Kyung-ke. Lee said, “I am full of enthusiasm, I have a field first, and this style is like this, sohei said that he would follow along with me, so I felt so hard,” I also learned and learned a lot from my friend Sohee. I am really grateful for coming. ”

On the other hand, ‘Warakata Waikiki 2’ is a crazy drama featuring a creep in the guest house Waikiki, which is in ruins.

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