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"Scholar Who Walks the Night" Lee Joon-gi, "I've always wanted to be a 'vampire'"

2015/06/29 | 890 views |  | Permalink | Source

Actor Lee Joon-gi had his hopes up in the role of a vampire.

He's currently busy with the making of the new MBC drama "Scholar Who Walks the Night". He plays Kim Seong-yeol, a good looking vampire. He dreamed of a happy country with his political friend and Prince but he gets caught up in fate and becomes a vampire. From then on, he lives life as the Scholar Who Walks the Night.

Kim Seong-yeol misses being human and has feelings although he's a vampire.

Lee Joon-gi said, "I've always wanted to be a vampire. I am letting my imagination run wild. What change would come to my body if I became a vampire? I imagine a lot. I want to be perfect in all sides of the character".

"Scholar Who Walks the Night" is coming on the 8th of July after "Warm and Cozy".

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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