Lee Byung-hun — South Korean Actor born on July 12, 1970,

Lee Byung-hun is a South Korean actor. A popular and acclaimed actor in South Korea, he is best known for Joint Security Area, A Bittersweet Life, The Good, the Bad, the Weird, the television series Iris I Saw the Devil, and Masquerade. In the United States, he is known for Storm Shadow in G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra and its sequel G.I. Joe: Retaliation, and starring alongside Bruce Willis in RED 2. He portrayed a T-1000 in Terminator Genisys... (wikipedia)

For 'The Rise of Cobra,' I was dieting more and using protein powder to help supplement my meals. For 'Retaliation,' however, I opted for more natural protein. I had a chicken breast and broccoli meal about five times every day. I also drank plenty of water and made sure I got enough rest.
I had no idea what it took to be an actor. Then all of a sudden I found myself cast in a TV drama. The director was very harsh with me. One time, he told me this would be my first and last acting job. I seriously thought that acting was not the right career for me.
I lead a very active lifestyle. When I am not working, I enjoy snowboarding in winter. I golf and swim in the summer months. However, trying to find the time to exercise when I am traveling is quite a challenge. I find myself working out at hotel gyms quite regularly - just so that I can keep up with my training.
The more I act, the harder it gets, since I feel like I still have so much to learn. Whenever I embark on a new project, it always feels like the first time. If it were easy to me and I felt like I knew everything, my acting might have been different. I think the feeling of 'newness' keeps me on my toes and concentrated.
Having - and keeping to - a regular exercise routine is crucial. And forget about those extreme diets - they aren't healthy.

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