Korean Actor Lee Dong Wook Reveals What He Gets from Taiwanese Fans

By M. Grace, August 02, 2017 02:08 AM

Lee Dong Wook(Marie Claire Taiwan)

South Korean actor Lee Dong Wook, who is famously known for his latest drama "Goblin," has expressed his sentiments on meeting his fans in Taiwan during his latest interview for Marie Claire Taiwan magazine.

"It's been six years since I first visited Taiwan." Lee Dong Wook said. "Fans always waited for me, cheered for me and smiled for me. I got a lot of power from those cheers," he added. "I will work harder to bring you more laughter."

After the massive success of his drama "Goblin," the 35-year-old actor kicked off his fan meeting tour in Seoul, South Korea. He then went to visit his fans from seven countries including Hong Kong, Japan, Thailand, Singapore and Indonesia.

Lee Dong Wook wrapped up his tour in Taiwain last Sunday, July 23.

The 35-year-old actor rose to fame across globe for his role in "Goblin" as the Grim Reaper or the messenger from hell who takes deceased souls.

The Korean TV drama series became a mega hit in 2016 and is now being aired in Taiwan on Star Chinese Channel.

Meanwhile, the famous South Korean actor is on the cover of Marie Claire Taiwan magazine, where he posed as a flower boy.

In his photos, the actor wore an uninterested expression while posing together with flowers. There are four A-cuts which was released and it shows Lee Dong Wook in different outfits. While looking comfortable in his attire, he also looks sophisticated in his formal outfit.

Related Article

Must Read

comments powered by Disqus

More from CCD

Winter Romance Leads Chinese Box Office

A Chinese movie shot in Antarctica is currently dominating the Chinese box office this week.

Jesus' Baptism Site to Be Cleared from Mines

After delays, the de-mining project in the area where Jesus was baptized will finally be launched.

How to Celebrate Valentine's Day without Compromising Ash Wednesday and your Christian Faith

How will we observe Valentine's Day on the day the Lent season begins?

Dilraba Dilmurat Backs Out from Chinese Variety Show 'Keep Running' Season 6

Another cast member leaves this popular variety show in China.

Christians Spread Chinese New Year Culture through Spring Festival Couplets

Young Christians invited calligraphers and calligraphy amateurs to write Spring Couplets and send them to communities and friends.

F4 Reunion To Happen on Chinese New Year Gala,Report Says

Will 2000s' favorite foursome reunite once more?

One of the Oldest Church in Turkey Discovered

Archaeologists in Turkey may have located one of the oldest churches in Asia Minor.

Chinese Version of 'Beauty and the Beast' Musical Showing Soon

Shanghai Disney Resort will be having a new musical shown soon.

'Miss Puff' to Premier in China on Friday

One of the year's most anticipated movies will be shown in China this weekend.

BTOB, Red Velvet and SNSD's Taeyeon to Headline '2018 Best of Best Concert' in Taipei

Some of K-Pop's top names will be in Taipei for a special concert.