The gorgeous and talented superstar, Lee Min Ho arrived in Vancouver, Canada on February 25 to film his upcoming TV series Pachinko. Lee Min Ho’s Canada-based Fanclub, Minoz Canada took to social media to report of his safe arrival at Vancouver International Airport. According to Richmond News, Lee Min Ho will be spending his compulsory quarantine at one of several federally-approved quarantine hotels in Richmond, B.C. According to Canada’s laws, international travellers are required to take a COVID-19 test upon arrival in Canada and stay at a government-mandated hotel for three nights while they await their test results. Post that, they must follow the compulsory two-week quarantine period as authorized by Canada’s Quarantine Act. He will resume filming for Pachinko in April, post his quarantine period ends.
Lee Min Ho will be headling the Apple TV+ series Pachinko. Pachinko is a historical epic drama based on Min Jin-lee’s best-selling novel going by the same name and tells the story of four generations of a Korean immigrant family. The storyline spreads across Korea, Japan, and the United States. In a recent interview with GQ Korea via Soompi, Min-ho shared his honest thoughts about his new drama, Pachinko, where he will be playing the role of Hansu, which by his won admission is “a rich and powerful merchant with ties to organised crime.” Pachinko also stars Jin Ha, Anna Sawai, Minha Kim, Soji Arai, Kaho Minami and Jung Eun-chae.
Lee Min Ho’s last screen outing was Kim Eun Suk’s fantasy-epic drama, The King: Eternal Monarch, where he portrayed the character of Lee Gon, the royal monarch, who must cross the parallel universe and trick timelines to undo his dreadful past and rescue his lover, Jung Tae ul, played by Kim Go Eun.