Taiwanese reporters are really good at asking Lee Min Ho very personal questions in a very nice way.
Here is the most recent video where Lee Min Ho was interviewed by Taiwan's CTV channel.
There is also a fast Q&A that's a lot of fun.
Let's find out about his favorite dessert, where he wants a massage on his body, and which character is the closest to the real Lee Min Ho.
CTV: You often hear people telling you that you are handsome, charming, and good looking. How do you feel about it?
LMH: Hmm... (laughs) I have heard a lot of praise. It makes me feel happy. I've always felt blessed and thankful.
If you are not in a good mood, what would you do?
LMH: Uh... If I'm feeling down, with a lot of stress, I would usually sleep for a long while. There isn't any special stress-relieving method due to my hectic schedule. I can only try to sleep as much as I can.
LMH: I love sweets, so when I'm tired, I would want to eat sweets like chocolate sorbet or chocolate dessert. I would also turn up the music's volume.
All over Oppa's body from head to toe, where do you most need a massage?
LMH: (covers his mouth laughing and looking shy) About personal habits... that seems so... (laughs aloud) (It took a second to steady himself...)
LMH: It depends on the situation. My legs would be sore if I've walked a lot or have filmed action scenes, and I would need to massage my thighs and calves. If I'm extra tired or stressed out, I would probably want my neck to be massaged.
Q: What's the first thing you do when you get up in the morning?
A: Brush teeth.
Q: What do you want to eat now?
A: Milk tea.
Q: How many hours do you usually sleep in a day?
A: 7 hours. (She seems surprised, and LMH laughs.)
Q: Does your ideal type have to be 170 cm tall or more? (That's about 5 ft. 7 in.)
A: It doesn't matter.
Q: What is the one thing that you can't live without?
Q: Do you cook at home?
A: No. Never. (laughs out loud)