Super Junior Leeteuk’s Shocking Confession About Sustaining Success— ’I Keep Getting Greedy:…’

In a recent episode of MBC’s ‘Radio Star’ titled ‘Suju, it’s a good thing if you don’t fight’, Super Junior’s Leeteuk opened up about his evolving perspective on work and fame.

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During his sixth appearance on the show, Leeteuk acknowledged his achievement of setting a new record for the most appearances. However, his concern for his fellow member Yesung’s impact on the show was palpable.

A Shift in Priorities

Leeteuk admitted to shedding his former workaholic tendencies, emphasizing his reluctance to operate under stress.

Super Junior Leeteuk
Super Junior Leeteuk
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“I realized that I couldn’t do anything that didn’t work,” he confessed, reflecting on his past mindset.

With nearly two decades in the broadcasting industry, Leeteuk shared his ongoing struggle with ambition and its toll on his mental well-being.

Super Junior Leeteuk
Super Junior Leeteuk
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“I keep getting greedy, so I get depressed,” he admitted, highlighting the challenges of sustaining success.

Facing Reality with Humor

Despite his aspirations of climbing the ranks as a top-class MC, Leeteuk humorously acknowledged the shifting landscape of the entertainment industry.

“I thought that if I kept going, I would go up in stages,” he quipped, recognizing the changing times.

Super Junior Leeteuk
Super Junior Leeteuk
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Acknowledging Leeteuk’s hosting prowess, fellow cast members lamented his reduced presence in hosting roles. Kim Gura’s tongue-in-cheek remark about the transient nature of fame added a bittersweet note to Leeteuk’s reflections.

In recent news, Super Junior members reminisced about the memorable “Incheon Battle” between Leeteuk and Heechul during their appearance on SBS entertainment show, “Dolsing Fourmen.”

The intense fight almost led to the group’s disbandment, with Leeteuk confessing that the stress from their contrasting personalities culminated in the altercation. Despite being friends of the same age, Leeteuk felt burdened by his responsibilities towards the group, while Heechul maintained a carefree demeanor.

The fight occurred just before a live performance, forcing them to continue onstage while still in disagreement. Despite their occasional conflicts, Super Junior remains resilient, recently celebrating their 17th anniversary and releasing a special single album, “The Road: Winter for Spring.”