Leeteuk reveals he dreamed of being an announcer on ‘Story Show Do Dream’
Super Junior‘s Leeteuk appeared as a guest on the “soul food” segment of KBS 2TV‘s ‘Story Show Do Dream‘ on July 7th.
Leeteuk revealed that he had a connection to announcer Son Mina during the show. He revealed, “‘Challenge Golden Bell‘, which was very popular during my high school days, came to my school to film. Son Mina was a goddess.”
After watching the filming for a while, he asked for an autograph: “Son Mina kindly signed an autograph for me and asked, ‘What’s your dream?’ I then answered, ‘I want to be an announcer’.”
Leeteuk was unable to fulfill that dream, however, and he joked, “If I became an announcer, it’s possible that announcer Jun Hyun Moo would not be at KBS right now.”
In any case, ELFs are probably extremely happy that he chose to enter the music industry instead, right?
Source+Image: TV Report
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