Magwawakas na ang Kapuso primetime series na My Korean Jagiya sa Biyernes, January 12, kaya babalik muna sa South Korea si Alexander Lee para makasama ang pamilya niya.
May kontrata ang Korean actor sa GMA Artist Center ng GMA Network Inc.
Habang hindi pa siya binibigyan ng bagong television project, plano niyang balikan ang kanyang radio show sa South Korea.
Maraming aral na natutunan si Alexander tungkol sa ugali at kultura ng mga Pilipino dahil sa kanyang karakter sa My Korean Jagiya, kaya memorable ang anim na buwan na pananatili niya sa Pilipinas.
Saad ng dating U-KISS member, “There are too many things I learned from the shows, ranging from Filipino culture, working experience, to reflection on life.
“I think the most important thing I learned this time is also what Jun Ho learnt: Fame and popularity do not make you happy; it’s the love ones around you that is more important and could bring you true happiness."
Jun Ho ang pangalan ng karakter na ginagampanan ni Alexander sa teleserye.
Patuloy niya, “Personally, the most memorable scene to me was in Bataan.
“The gondola scene was a great experience, and I had a great time talking with Heart on the boat about our personal lives, which made our friendship even closer.
“Also, the monument and the architecture were so beautiful, and I had a fun time dressing up in traditional Filipino/Spanish clothes, so that made me remember that scene a lot.”
Hinding-hindi rin daw makakalimutan ni Alexander ang magandang samahan nila ni Heart Evangelista.
“I think I will miss having heart-to-heart talks with Heart.
“She really understands my feeling instantly and always gives me good advices on work and even on life.
“And I will definitely miss working with her because she is so easy to work with and the chemistry is just perfect,” sabi niya.
FIRST IN PINAS. Sa kauna-unahang pagkakataon, naranasan ni Alexander na magdiwang ng Pasko at Bagong Taon sa Pilipinas.
Malaki raw ang pasasalamat niya kay Janice de Belen, ang kanyang co-star sa My Korean Jagiya.
Aniya, “Christmas, as expected, is really big here in the Philippines, but what I didn’t expect was New Year.
“New Year celebration here is so crazy and fun!
“Filipinos really know how to party and enjoy, with lots of food and fireworks around.
“Even though I was away from my family, I was so blessed to have my MKJ family, and Miss Janice de Belen was so kind to have me at her place for both Christmas and New Year countdown.
“Had a great time together with her family and friends.
“Really glad to experience these celebrations here in the Philippines.”