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On the latest episode of “Dad, Where Are You Going” that aired on December 8, they showed five dads and their children doing home stays in New Zealand as a continuation of last week’s episode.
Actor Lee Jong Hyuk and his son Junsu were surprised when their New Zealand family had a notebook prepared. When they had first arrived, Lee Jong Hyuk announced that he was a famous Korean actor and boasted that if they search his name on the internet, he’d come right up.
He was nervous as he admitted, “It comes up if you type it in Korean, but what if it doesn’t come up with English?” However, all of his information popped right up. Feeling relieved, he confidently asked his home stay family, “Do you want to watch my movies?”
Sea I Wanted, 1 Night 2 Days, Grandpas Over FlowersThe Real Reason Why Reality TV Programs Travel
There has been a traveling boom in the television world.
On September 11 KBS 2TV aired the pilot episode of "Sea I Wanted" (tentative translation). This show is a program that is centered around yacht travels.
If we take a close look at recent entertainment programs, it seems as if there is a running theme of travel.
These include entertainment programs such as KBS 2TV's "1 Night 2 Days," "Mamado," MBC's "Dad Where Are You Going," tvN's "Grandpas Over Flowers," and travel programs such as SBS "Law of the Jungle" and "Jjak."
So why has travel become the focus of so many entertainment programs? To put it simply, officials say "Travel brings about unexpected incidents
In South Korea, “Dad Where Are You Going?” is one of the most popular TV shows that is airing. The different celebrity sons and daughters have completely captivated the minds and hearts of the Korean populace. Recently, the singer Lee Juk spoke about his thoughts on narrating for the popular TV show.
Lee Juk tweeted on June 20, “For the past few days I was filming Mnet’s ‘Broadcast Enemy’ and now I am on my way back home after narrating for ‘Dad Where Are You Going.’ I feel like I have been healed somehow. Soon I feel like my personality will become split. Now I am going to focus only on music.”
Netizens that came across the tweet stated, “Wow Lee Juk must have such a confusing time,” “Lee Juk has unexpected charm,” and “Lee Juk is so much fun, fighting!”
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In the wake of news that some rather nasty anti-cafes had sprung up to attack 7-year-old Dad, Where are You Going? Cast member Yoon Hoo, many Korean celebrities have been showing their support.
On June 11 a sort of unofficial national movement began to spread across the country as idols, actors, and other famous South Koreans have joined with netizens for the "Yoon Hoo, I love you" event.
Anti-cafes for Yoon Hoo as well as Min Gook, another member of the popular TV show's cast, have been shut down in response to the overwhelming support for the youngsters shown on social media.
Among the celebs joining the movement are After School's Lizzy, D-Unit's Jin, and Baek A Yeon.
Netizens seemed to welcome the supportive tweets from these idols, but when Super Junior's Kangin posted love messages, the tables soon turned and many hateful comments were left in response
The internet has been abuzz recently when the existence of an anti-cafe for six-year-old (eight by Korean reckoning) Yoon Hoo became widely known. Yoon Hoo, born November 28, 2006, is the son of Vibe member Yoon Min Soo, and is currently appearing with his dad on the popular variety show, “Dad, Where Are You Going?”
The anti-fan cafe is described as “a cafe where people who hate Yoon Hoo can converse” and can only be accessed by those who join as members. It opened April 21 and has around 270 members. This is not the only anti-cafe against a young child from the variety show- announcer Kim Sung Joo‘s son Kim Min Gook also has an anti-cafe.
Netizens who read about the anti-cafe commented, “This will hurt a young child,” “He’s only eight years old
Walking away with the Daesang awards were Yoo Jae Suk and Ryu Seung Ryong at the 49th Baeksang Arts Awards 2013 held on the 9th.
The awards ceremony is held annually by IS PLUS Corp. to recognize outstanding achievements in the entertainment industry and to garner wide public attention upon the best in Korean films and dramas.
Here are the winners of the this year’s awards ceremony:
-Daesang: Ryu Seung Ryong
-Best Film: Gwanghae (or ‘Masquerade’)
-Best Director: Choo Chang Min (‘Gwanghae’)
-Best Rookie Director: Jo Sung Hee (‘Wolf Boy’)
-Best Actor: Ha Jung Woo (‘The Berlin File’)
-Best Actress: Kim Min Hee (‘Very Ordinary Couple’)
-Best Supporting Actor: Ma Dong Suk (‘Neighbors’)
-Best Supporting Actress: Jo Eun Ji (‘The Concubine’)
-Best Rookie Actor: Ji Dae Han (‘My Little Hero’)
-Best Rookie Actress: Han Ye Ri (‘As One’)
-Scenario Award: Jung Byung Gil (‘Confession of Murder’)
-Popularity Award: Shinhwa’s Dongwan & Park Shin Hye
-Social Contribution Award: Ahn Sung Ki
-Daesang: Yoo Jae Suk
-Best Drama: SBS’ ‘The Chaser’
-Best Cultural Documentary: KBS 1TV’s ‘Korean Table’
-Best Variety Show: MBC’s ‘Dad! Where Are You Going?’
-Director Award: Kim Kyu Tae (SBS’ ‘Wind Blows In Winter’)
-Best Actor: Son Hyun Joo (SBS’ ‘The Chaser’)
-Best Actress: Kim Hee Ae (JTBC’s ‘A Wife’s Credentials’)
-Best Rookie Actor: Lee Hee Joon (KBS 2TV’s ‘You Who Rolled In Unexpectedly’)
-Best Rookie Actress: A Pink’s Eunji (tvN’s ‘Reply 1997′)
-Best Variety Show Star (Male): Kim Byung Man (SBS’ ‘Laws of the Jungle’)
-Best Variety Show Star (Female): Shin Bora (KBS 2TV’s ‘Gag Concert’)
-Best Script: Park Kyung Soo (KBS 2TV’s ‘The Chaser’)
-Popularity Award: JYJ’s Yoochun & Girls’ Generation’s Yuri
In the recent recording of SBS’ Thank You, G-Dragon headed into the kitchen to treat his seniors, comedienne Kim Mi Wha, actor Cha In Pyo, and ballerina Kang Sue Jin, to some jjapaguri.
Japaguri is a combination of two Korean instant noodles – jjapaghetti and Neoguri, which was first showcased on Dad! Where Are We Going? by announcer Kim Sung Joo and devoured by the beloved Yoon Hoo.
“I’ve never cooked for anyone before,” said G-Dragon as he worked in the kitchen. “It’s something I make occasionally by myself.”
As he served his seniors, G-Dragon created laughter by saying he was nervous to see their reactions