Actor Lee Min-ki spent time answering questions related to JTBC’s drama “My Liberation Notes”.
On May 21st, a video titled, “‘My Liberation Notes’ Lee Min-ki, side dishes that made him eat seven meals a day.ssul From meals to life quote that he saved in his notepad | Yeom Chang-hee”, was uploaded on the Youtube channel of Cosmopolitan Korea.
Revealing that his MBTI is ESTJ, Lee Min-ki said, “It sometimes comes out as ISTJ, but most of the time it is ESTJ. I think Chang-hee is INFP. He talks a lot because he has to communicate in his social life, but he is I (introverted) inside. N is for his imagination. Chang-hee imagines things a lot and has many dreams. F is because Chang-hee seems to be good at sympathizing with others. Chang-hee doesn’t seem to be a person who prefers well-organized plans, so he is P.”
Next, when asked for the character he wanted to play apart from Yeom Chang-hee, Lee Min-ki shared, “We discussed this a lot from the beginning. When I and Son Seok-gu hyung met each other for the first time, I really liked Mr.Goo, while Seok-gu hyung liked my role Chang-hee. We still like each other’s role a lot.”
When asked, “Lee Min-ki is a rural or urban person?”, the actor confessed, “My mind is rural but my body is urban. I prefer being in quiet places but my body likes to move around from time to time.”
Lee Min-ki was also asked about the most delicious side dish he ate during the filming. In response, he said, “I can’t leave anything out because all of them were delicious. I think we ate 7 meals a day during the filming. If it weren’t for those side dishes, would we have been able to continue filming? I can’t pick one but the side dishes that we ate the most were sweet potato stems and pickled cucumbers.”
Regarding the question asking “What makes you feel happy?”, Lee Min-ki expressed his honest thoughts, saying, “I think the saying ‘Happiness comes from little things’ is true. Still, the happiest time to me is when I work and when I have something to do.”
Meanwhile, Lee Min-ki is currently starring in JTBC’s Saturday-Sunday drama “My Liberation Notes”.