South Korean actor recently starred in the drama Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok-joo.
Anyone who watches K-dramas will remember Lee Jae Yoon as the kind, gentle doctor in 2016’s Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok-joo. Even if you don’t, you would certainly stop to notice him.
At 1.86m tall, and with a chiselled jaw, bulging biceps, as well as washboard abs, this hunk, who was here for the Puma Night Run, cuts a fine figure.
Lee Jae Yoon was in Singapore for the Puma Night Run. Photo: Puma
To top it off, he’s the hopelessly romantic sort we wish our partners to be. Just look at his replies to our questions. *Swoons* (And yes, he speaks English!)
What’s your fitness routine like?
I do Brazilian Jiu-jitsu two or three times a week, and for four hours each time. I also like swimming. Recently, I started lifting weights in the gym, and working on my arms, chest, back and shoulders. It’s quite fun.
And your diet?
Were you ever chubby or unfit?
Never. I’ve always been sporty since young. My father’s my biggest inspiration. He’s really athletic and used to do a lot of martial arts. He holds a black belt in taekwondo and did kung fu. He was a big fan of Bruce Lee, so we had posters of Bruce Lee everywhere at home when I was a kid. I was inspired to be like Bruce Lee, an Asian guy who represented Asian toughness. After watching his films, I bought two dumbbells to get fit!
What’s your favourite body part?
[Laughs] My arms. They’re long and useful for grabbing stuff, like a monkey. I love that I can pick food from the table easily.
What’s on your fitness bucket list?
(Because Lee Jae Yoon is so fit, we decided to do a plank interview with him! Watch him answer more questions in the video below.)
What’s your idea of a romantic date?
Swimming together in the ocean, diving together… stuff like that.
Describe yourself in five words.
Fit. Kind. Funny. Happy. Active.
What’s the sweetest thing you’ve done for a woman?
I’m always sweet.
What’s your first impression of women in Singapore?
They’re really kind, polite, and beautiful.
What would you say to your Singapore fans?
Hello. Thank you for all the love. I would love to come back again.
This article was first published on Shape.
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