Lee Min Ho is a big star and one of the most recognizable South Korean actors in recent times. Despite his fame, success and glamorous superstar status, Lee Min Ho still goes through the same traumatic experiences every other human being does.
In the April 3 teaser broadcast of the MBC documentary "The Wild," Lee Min Ho was among the presenters that talked about the DMZ, allkpop reported. The documentary shows Lee Min Ho spending sometime in the untapped natural areas of the DMZ where fauna and flora thrive.
One segment had Lee Min Ho walking across through the field. While doing so, the actor got the shock of his life when a flock of seagulls launched a surprise attack on him and even left him a nasty surprise-bird poop!
In a commentary, Lee Min Ho jokingly said that he can still hear the seagulls' cries. He also noted that the younger seagulls probably perceive humans as unwelcomed visitors, hence the attack. It appears that even with Lee Min Ho's status as an international star, he's still prone to getting popped on by birds.
In a promotional clip for the documentary, Lee Min Ho said that he hopes his participation will help make the documentary genre more popular in South Korea. According to The Jakarta Post, the experience was also an eye-opener for the actor.
Aside from seeing animals in their natural habitat, he also saw that the soldiers guarding the DMZ were all young, and that he felt guilty about it. Lee Min Ho's documentary film, "DMZ: The Wild" premiered on MBC on April 3.
Meanwhile, Lee Min Ho and his girlfriend Bae Suzy once again stirred wedding rumors after it was reported that they celebrated their second year anniversary with a party attended by close friends.
The couple first went public with their relationship in March 2015. Lee Min Ho and Suzy breakup rumors constantly plagued their relationship, but the pair remained strong and are still dating steadily.