The actor is too sweet!
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Actor Lee Dong Wook is going viral for his private messages to fans.
Netizens were amazed the actor was using the private messenger app Universe. The app is usually used by idols to communicate with fans, and so netizens were amazed to see the actor take the time to spend time with his fans.
Netizens especially loved the fact the actor was down-to-earth, even stating he was totally okay for his younger fans to call him ajussi (which means older man) or uncle.
Lee Dong Wook’s private messages be like: ‘You can call me ajussi or uncle.’ — Netizen
Do as you’d like. There is no reason for formalities here. We’re all here to have fun. You can call me Dong Wook if you’d like, but that would mean you’d be as old as me. You can call me ajussi, oppa, uncle, or Dong Wook. It’s all fine. Do as you’re most comfortable. — Lee Dong Wook
It seems the actor enjoyed himself communicating with fans, as well!
Lee Dong Wook’s private messages are too funny. In the end he proves himself as an ajussi by saying, ‘You guys are lucky to be so young.’ — Netizen
But this is actually pretty fun, seeing how we can write back and forth here. What a time to be alive~. You guys are lucky to be so young. I envy you. — Lee Dong Wook
Netizens commented on how sweet the actor was to his fans.
Lee Dong Wook is really good at private messaging. He worries about his fans a lot. He’s caring and is so sweet. — Lee Dong Wook
Today is really hot. It’s a good thing it stopped raining in Seoul, but how are the southern provinces? Please don’t get sick or hurt and look after yourselves. I hope none of you guys get negatively affected by the rain. — Lee Dong Wook
It seems both the fans and actor are having a blast! According to reports, the actor spent over an hour messaging with fans.
Lee Dong Wook is a prominent Korean actor who debuted in 1999. The actor has since become one of Korea’s most in-demand actors and has starred in beloved dramas such as The Scent of a Woman (2011), Goblin (2016), Touch Your Heart (2019), and Tale of the Nine-Tailed (2020).