Actor Lee Jun Ki has made a change to his long-standing hairstyle.
On September 9th, a video titled “What Happens When You Go to the Salon with the Content Team” was posted on the official channel of Namoo Actors.
In the video, Lee Jun Ki revealed that he had cut his long hair, which he had maintained for about a year, for the filming of tvN’s “Araramun’s Sword.” He jokingly said, “Our company’s content team asked if it wasn’t a waste to cut my long hair, so I’m leaving this video as evidence.”
Lee Jun Ki explained, “Long hair can be quite inconvenient in daily life. I wanted to cut it quickly, but I needed a goal. Before entering a project, I believe that I shouldn’t make changes to my body. Especially with hairstyles, characters can vary depending on whether it’s a historical drama or a modern one. Since there could be reshoots even after a project ends, I don’t make changes lightly.”
When asked about his recent activities, Lee Jun Ki said, “First, I thoroughly cleaned and did some renovation work on my house. I was busy with renovation. I’ve been on a break for over a month now, but it felt busier. I’ve been looking at the script continuously, and before I knew it, the broadcast of ‘Araramun’s Sword’ is approaching.”
Expressing his surprise at how quickly time has passed, Lee Jun Ki said, “Fortunately, I didn’t feel bored during that time. Since we’ve been shooting outdoors continuously, my skin has become more sensitive. But after resting for about a month and a half, my cells have all regenerated, so my skin is in good condition. My face, body, and mind are all in a clean state,” he added with a contented smile.
Regarding “Arthdal Chronicles 2” Lee Jun Ki said, “The success or failure of a project really depends on fate. I can’t achieve it with my own strength alone. However, as a professional, I do my best without regrets. When I enter a project, I don’t waste a single minute or second, both in terms of acting and my appearance. That’s one thing I always have confidence in.”
Meanwhile, “Arthdal Chronicles 2” airs every Saturday and Sunday at 9:20 PM.