Credit: SBS via I love Junsu on dclsg
This is a program about people calling in and telling the station about the story behind someone they’d really like to thank. If they are chosen, they are awarded approx $975 US. A voice actress named Seo Yu-ri really wants to tell Lee Seung Gi “thank you and sorry”. She tells the interviewer that she’d really like to thank him through this program. The male interviewer says their first meeting wasn’t typical. Seo Yu-ri was once a reporter for entertainment news. Since it hadn’t been long since she started, she was overflowing with enthusiasm and determined to get the job done right. She ended up having an interview with Lee Seung Gi and was very persistent with her questions to the point it could have been offensive and annoying. However, Seung Gi took the questions in stride and handled them with aplomb. Seo Yu-ri was very thankful but worried that he wouldn’t be happy to see her again.
As Seo Yu-ri tried her hand at acting, she met Seung Gi on the set of YAAS in a cameo role. “There was a scene where I grab Lee Seung Gi’s hair and throw him onto a table”…”You know how there are times one needs to repeat scenes while filming a drama?” she said. “He never showed a trace of dislike and despite the fact that I was only an extra, he was very considerate and treated me very well.” “Every time they called ‘CUT!’, I kept telling him ‘I’m sorry’, ‘I’m sorry'” but he said “It’s okay, ‘It’s okay’, you can grab (my hair) even harder.” “Seo Yu-ri said,”I was really thankful that he went to this length to say these words to me.”
Seo Yu-ri’s personal message to Lee Seung Gi: Hello, Mr. Lee Seung Gi. You probably remember me, right? It’s highly unlikely that you’d forget a woman who grabbed you several times by your hair. Even back then, everything was so chaotic that I didn’t have a chance to greet you properly. I remember that wrapping up filming was hectic. Thank you so much for treating me kindly. I think it’s a big relief that I’m able to thank you. I heard that you’d be active soon. That’s really good news. (I’m assuming she’s referring to his comeback as a singer) I will look forward to your cool activities.
Male interviewer: If you also have someone you’d like to thank, please dial #7004. We will choose a very moving story every month. We look forward to your participation.
Korean to English translation by Elise, Lee Seung Gi Forever