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A conversation with Ki Hong Lee
Ki Hong Lee
Ki Hong Lee born September 30th, 1986 (Libra)
Henry Long, the new Ki Hong Lee's head of security, is always testing alternative methods to drive off stalkers and aggravating fans (source)

Ki, your zodiac sign is Libra. May I read you your horoscope?
As you want, but I don't believe in zodiacal balderdash.

You will feel abandoned by other people, like an impalpable barrier is between you and them. A creeping hum in your ears will tell you that maybe they are dreaming to kill you.
Holy cow! You are spot on!

Who are your heroes?
Grover Cleveland, Bilbo Baggins, and myself.

Nowaday the problem of common cold in bears is reaching monumental dimensions. Are you doing something to alleviate the problem?
Why not! I will platonically sleep in a bunk bed with a supporter one night every two weeks. The profits ($1,100 per night) will be donated to a foundation for the cure of common cold in bears.

If there was another movie produced about your life, who do you think should play you, and why?
According to my agent, Johnny Depp, because we are on the same wavelength about Hermione Granger.

I've heard you are writing a book on your life. Is it true?
Indeed! It is deplorable that I have little time, if any, to put down the words. Recently I've read the inside flap of the book "Animal Farm", and I found it acceptable. Hence, I've instructed my agent to contact the author - a certain George Orwell - since I truly need a ghost writer, but for the moment I've not received any news.

Do you ever Google yourself?
Not so often anymore. Say every other day or so. But lately Google often says "Including results for Ki Hung Lee", who happens to be a retired wholesaler from Phoenix. That's quite discouraging, but not as much upsetting as learning that for Bing my name is similar to an awful vulgarity in Japanese.

Could you tell us what's your earliest memory?
I have a very fuzzy and strange memory. I'm in a very huge room completely filled with crates. An old geezer moves a large wooden box with some words burned on it and disappears in a corridor.

Well, I think this is a scene from the film "Riders of the Lost Ark".
Oh dear! To be frank, yesterday I took a nap at a rerun.

Here is a list of numbers I have already excluded from being Ki Hong Lee's secret telephone number :
9832280352 4426322158 726008749 9589462460 9291511981 9449558856 2173700887 4014481833 6431544840 8256449418 6703596252 7017562786 4321646104 648458486 5440016739 3038932022 7253391174 3531904534 897971018 3620297162
I sat tight forever for a chance to have a little interview with Ki Hong Lee. The resulting article was fantastic, like it was written by the spirit of F. Scott Fitzgerald under the influence of too much gin. Thus, it was highly unfavorable, to put it mildly, that my ferret by accident (I hope!) ate my only copy! After I regained consciousness, I made an effort to remember those excellent words. I want to be frank, I'm not so confident this web page contains a totally truly chronicle of our talk, and so I'm beginning to be uncertain it ever took place...
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NOTE: the above interview may not reflect reality.