Korean actor Jang Hyuk met with his Japanese fans at Zepp Divercity in Odaiba, Tokyo.
Styled as a talk show, Jang talked about his roles in diverse films and dramas in such works as "Model," "The Slave Hunters," "Deep Rooted Tree" and to his recent film, "The Flu." He also talked about his current reality show, "Real Men," which shows life in the Korean Army.
"When joining the Army once a month, I must stand in the freezing cold, which feels like 30-below.
At that time, even the immaculate snow did not look that great," he said.
Jang also talked about being injured during the filming of his most recent drama, "IRIS II." He defined the meaning of "happiness" as an appreciation of small things while sympathizing with others.