‘Real Kyung-kyu’ Lee Kyung-kyu “I can’t say I’m sick because I’m afraid I won’t be able to cast”

Comedian Lee Kyung-kyu expressed his grievances.

On the 30th, the story of two panic disorder camps organized by Lee Kyung-kyu will be revealed on Kakao TV’s original “Real Kyung-kyu.” The Panic Disorder Camp was promoted by Lee Kyung-kyu, who has suffered from panic disorder for 10 years, to share time for empathy, communication and healing with colleagues such as actor Ryu Seung-soo, artist Solbi and broadcaster and composer Yoo Jae-hwan, as well as mental health medicine expert Lee Il-joon. In the second episode, the closer participants not only reveal their own ways of healing that they have not been able to say, but also stimulate laughter with tikitaka, which is more friendly than anyone else.

In particular, Lee Kyung-kyu and Ryu Seung-soo, who have suffered from panic disorder for a long time, show off their laughter-level chemistry as much as Tom and Jerry, as if they sublimate their pain into laughter.

When Ryu Seung-soo poured out his knowledge as much as an expert with various advice on panic disorder, Lee Kyung-kyu scolded, “If you know so well, you should get better soon,” causing everyone, including Ryu Seung-soo, to burst into laughter. When Ryu Seung-soo said he was worried about filming in a droopy manner before coming to the camp, Lee Kyung-kyu pointed out that he truly enjoyed healing time more than anyone else, saying, “It was very up(UP).” The two, who were giving fun with unexpected tiki-taka, share their experiences of agonizing over Helicobacter bacteria at a general health checkup and suddenly unite to create a pleasant atmosphere by starting a corner “Helicobacter Camp” in the panic disorder camp.

Participants also utilize 200% of the colorful camp facilities prepared by the camp leader Mormot PD, and provide unique fun to those who enjoy a pleasant healing time of four people and four colors. Solbi and Yoo Jae-hwan will hold a “go-stop party” to relieve stress with specialist Lee Il-joon, and Ryu Seung-soo will fall in love with karaoke facilities and sing various songs enthusiastically. Yoo Jae-hwan, who started personal counseling with specialist Lee Il-joon during the healing time, actively seeks friendship by confessing his innermost thoughts, hugging him, and even asking his personal contact information. Meanwhile, Lee Kyung-kyu, who quietly visited the yoga room, reportedly burned his passion for yoga alone instead of “LieV,” and even surprised the production team by having a calm healing time.

Lee Kyung-kyu, who has been in the entertainment industry for 40 years, is drawing attention by not only conveying pleasant smiles to participants who are in a similar situation as well as having a job as a broadcaster, but also giving practical practical advice. When Ryu Seung-soo jokingly said that it was the fate of celebrities to fail once in a while to comfort Yoo Jae-hwan’s anxiety, Lee Kyung-kyu also mentioned that it was difficult to make the movie, but said, “It’s better to fail and regret it in life.”

In the time of taking rest recommended by Ryu Seung-soo, participants will not only confess their grievances but also deliver “real” advice to viewers suffering from panic disorder. When Solbi sheds a lot of tears, recalling the recent sudden sadness of staring blankly at the bonfire, Specialist Lee Il-joon tells how to deal with the pain, saying, “Leave your mind to me as you think of it.” Lee Kyung-kyu also expresses the celebrity’s agony of having to show only his bright side, saying, “I often pretend not to be sick even if I’m sick because I’m afraid I can’t cast.” Ryu Seung-soo, who heard a viewer’s story that he was scared to admit that he was a panic disorder, then said, “Don’t worry that Lee Kyung-kyu might look weak just because he is diagnosed.”
Participants who finished the camp with a warm heart are said to have expressed their expectations that they would like to participate in the second episode of Lee Kyung-kyu’s camp, raising interest in “Jin Kyung-kyu,” which will be released at 5 p.m. on the 30th (Wednesday).

Meanwhile, “Real Kyung-kyu,” which has been running for about 10 months every Wednesday at 5 p.m. with Lee Kyung-kyu’s challenge for a variety show, will host a live talk “The Eye of Viewers” with viewers from 2 p.m. on the 30th (Wednesday). Lee Kyung-kyu and Mormot PD will check viewers’ responses and share friendly communication through Q&A, as well as unreleased videos that stimulate laughter, as well as various items conducted in “Real Kyung-kyu.” You can participate in this live talk through Kakao TV, where you can directly ask questions to Lee Kyung-kyu and Mormot PD.

[Shin Young-eun, Star Today reporter]

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