Shinhwa’s Eric discusses his unique way of waking people up on ‘Beatles Code 2′
On the May 3rd broadcast of Mnet‘s ‘Beatles Code 2‘, Shinhwa‘s Eric guested on the show and answered fan questions about his 2006 drama, SBS‘s ‘Invincible Parachute Agent‘.
A fan sent in a question asking whether he had actually gone to the bathroom during a particular scene in the drama.
Eric replied, “At the time, the staff members were all very tired from staying up every night. When I looked around, I noticed that there were barely any female staff on set. Since everyone looked really drowsy and tired, I thought that I should try to wake everyone up [by being funny]. I slid down my boxers and sat on the toilet, and acted like I was actually going in the toilet.”
While the studio burst into laughter over his story, Dongwan added, “Whenever we’re tired or down, Eric will always help us get right back up by pulling down his pants.”
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