Lee Dong Wook recommended movies that single people should watch on Valentine's Day

Lee Dong Wook made a list of movies his single fans should watch.

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On the occasion of Valentine's Day, actor Lee Dong Wook recommended movies that the single people should watch.

In an interview with a Korean media outlet, the actor who is well-known for his iconic role of Grim Reaper in the recently ended drama "Goblin" suggested single people, like himself, to watch these three movies.

The first on his list was a 2005 Johnny Depp starrer film by Tim Burton, "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory." Soompi quoted Lee Dong Wook as saying: "You can feast on all the chocolate you want through your eyes! You won't gain weight and your heart will be warm."

The next he suggested was a 1995 Japanese film namely "Love Letter." The 35-year-old actor explained: "Right now you might be single, but everyone remembers their first love."

The third movie he suggested was the 2016 superhero film, "Deadpool" by Marvel starring Ryan Reynolds.

Lee Dong Wook said: "When you watch it, you'll be like, 'Who cares about Valentine's Day?'"

He further added: "You can lose yourself in the crazy action. It will get rid of the sad feeling of being alone."

In other news, he is all set to meet his fans on March 12 at Bluesquare Samsung Card Hall in Seoul. The management label of the actor warned the fans not to purchase the tickets from any unauthorized sellers and also to report any such illegal means of transaction. The statement was made after the tickets to the fan meeting were sold out in a minute after the sales opened.

Lee Dong Wook stated: "Thank you for your warm affection and concern for actor Lee Dong Wook. As he has not met with fans in a long time, we will prepare our best, so that both actor and fans can interact enjoyable and create great memories [together.]," stated the actor's agency.

After Seoul, he will be off for his Asia Tour in April 2017 and meet his fans.

This article was first published on February 15, 2017