"All the soldiers stationed at the DMZ were very young. I felt a sense of guilt," stated actor Lee Min Ho as he shared his experience setting foot in the Korean Demilitarized Zone while filming MBC documentary 'The Wild.'
On March 29, Lee Min Ho attended a press conference for MBC documentary 'The Wild' in Seoul. The actor took the time to narrate MBC's special project, documenting the natural scenery inside the DMZ territory.
He explained two reasons why he decided to embark on this project: one being his interest in documentary films, and two being the DMZ itself. Lee Min Ho expressed how he nervous he felt as soon as he arrived at the site.
Working as both the presenter and staff at times, the actor mentioned how he stayed at the DMZ for a duration of 2 nights and 3 days. About his own upcoming enlistment, Lee Min Ho commented, "Like any other actor leaving for the army, I am sad to be parting with everyone; however, it will only be for a short while. I would like to work on as many projects as I can before entering the military."
Furthermore, director Kim Jung Min stated how Lee Min Ho decided to take part in the project for free, proving his passion in creating the documentary.
MBC documentary special 'The Wild' is set to air on April 3.