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Lee Seung Gi Says ′1 Night, 2 Days′ Didn′t Care About His Appearance in ′Running Man′

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2012.11.22 15:59 Mwave Lee, KyungNam Translation Credit : Erika Kim

Lee Seung Gi talked about how it felt to appear on his former rival show, SBS′ Running Man.

The November 21 broadcast of SBS′ One Night of TV Entertainment dropped by one of Lee Seung Gi′s practice sessions for his upcoming concert.

Lee Seung Gi has been practicing for his concert after releasing his mini album, Forest.

Lee Seung Gi Says ′1 Night, 2 Days′ Didn′t Care About His Appearance in ′Running Man′

When asked about Running Man, Lee Seung Gi answered, "I went through hard training [with 1 Night, 2 Days]. I learned how great it can be to shoot near home, in Seoul."

He said 1 Night, 2 Days didn′t say anything about his appearance at all. 1 Night, 2 Days airs in the same time slot as Running Man.

"They didn′t say anything about it," Lee Seung Gi said. He then added with a laugh, "But they never wished me good luck, either."

Lee Seung Gi Says ′1 Night, 2 Days′ Didn′t Care About His Appearance in ′Running Man′

Lee Seung Gi then said he′s into smartphone games these days.

He said about his Anipang scores, "My highest score is at 280,000 points. I recently despaired, though, after my friends got higher scores. So, I started to play a game in which dragons fly. I′m now at the top. I lost a bit of my eyesight, but I′m proud of my high scores."

Lee Seung Gi also talked about his thoughts about love and future plans to appear in a movie, then danced Psy′s ′horse ride dance′ alone.

From December 1-2, Lee Seung Gi will return to his role as a singer with his concert, the Hope Concert.

Photo credit: SBS

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