[Intern reporter Kim Jae-eun on the Daily Economy Star Today]
Actor Lee Seung-gi gorged on Seolleongtang at the filming site of “Mouse.”
Lee Seung-gi and Park Joo-hyun were spotted eating Seolleongtang in an undisclosed making video of tvN drama “Mouse” (written by Choi Ran, directed by Choi Joon-bae) released on the 4th.
On this day, Lee Seung-gi said, “Do you want to eat rice together? Please cut the radish here,” Park Joo-hyun said.
Lee Seung-gi, who continued to eat Seolleongtang during the filming, laughed, saying, “I already ate my dinner.”
After seeing this, Park Joo-hyun said, “I eat very deliciously. “It looks delicious,” Lee said.
Lee Seung-gi said, “I can’t chew Seolleongtang because I just skip it. I’ll have dinner first. Everyone!” and continued to eat Seolleongtang. After filming, Lee Seung-gi touched his convex belly and said, “I ate all the food I had today.” Fans applauded Lee Seung-gi, who did his best to shoot while eating three bowls of Seolleongtang.
Meanwhile, tvN drama “Mouse,” starring Lee Seung-gi and Park Joo-hyun, airs every Wednesday and Thursday at 10:30 p.m. Lee Seung-gi is playing the role of psychopath police officer Jeong Ba-reum.
Photo l’Mouse’ making video
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