Lee Dong-wook known for his role in "Guardian" said he has a very "boring" lifestyle and vowed to have more fun in a recent media interview.
"When I'm not filming, my life is really flat," Lee said. "My manager wakes me up at around 10 a.m. Then we have breakfast, go work out and have a late lunch or early dinner after that. I go out if there's an appointment."
He said he would not be able to star on some reality shows like MBC's "I Live Alone," in which he has to show himself trying different things in his private life. "There won't be many things to broadcast," he said.
he 35-year-old actor said he would make an effort to change his lifestyle. "It's been a couple of years since I thought about enjoying my life. Well, it will seem disgraceful to have fun when I get older," he said.
However, after he starred on the megahit drama "Guardian: the Lonely and Great God," he cannot go out so easily.
"Now, wherever I go, I get photographed," he said. "It will calm down soon in a few months. There seems to be a cycle after a hit drama."
Lee kicked off his pan-Asian fan meeting tour "For My Dear" in Seoul on Sunday, which featured his "Guardian" co-star Gong Yoo.