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After being challenged by Jo Insung, Lee Kwangsoo does the Ice Bucket Challenge! Legendary comedian and host Yoo Jaesuk followed suit, quickly turning both their videos viral in Korea.
Jo Insung recently did the Ice Bucket Challenge on the set of Its Okay, Thats Love and nominated co-star, Lee Kwangsoo, along with baseball player Jo Insung and actor Lim Juhwan.
Well, Kwangsoo did not disappoint! He updated his official Facebook with the ice bucket challenge video, having fellow Running Man member, Kim Jongkook, pour the ice water over his head. Kwangsoo then challenged athlete Lee Sunghwa, actor Yoo Yeonsuk, and finally Kim Jongkook!
And soon after, Kwangsoo updated his Facebook again with a video of Yoo Jaesuk doing the challenge! Kwangsoo posted the video with the comment, Because Jaesuk hyung doesnt do SNS, Im uploading the video instead.
Post by 이광수. Responding to BESTIEs challenge, Yoo Jaesuk explains that because he does not normally use any social networking systems, he asked Kwangsoo to help him.
Yoo Jaesuk then challenged Jung Joonha, Kim Jaedong, and Park Myungsoo!
Since the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has gone viral in Korea, Eric Nam, f(x) Amber, Super Juniors Donghae and Eunhyuk, Siwon, Jinuseans Sean, Tim, Brian Joo, Park Seungil, BTOBs Peniel, U-KISS Kevin, Park Hanbyul and more have participated.
Koreaboo also released an ALS Ice Bucket Challenge video, nominating NS Yoonji, 레인보우(Rainbow)s Jaekyung, ZE:A [제국의아이들]s Dongjun, TINY-Gs Mint, Megan Lee, and Tablo!!
Source: Kwangsoo Facebook
It has been revealed that Yoo Jaesuk showed tears for the Korean Speed Festival (KSF) after being unable to complete the race.
For this upcoming broadcast of MBC’s popular variety program, “Infinity Challenge”, on the July 12th, it was revealed that the members showed tears during their racing debut.
In February, the “Infinity Challenge” members were challenged for a “Speed Racer” special. After practicing for 5 months, Yoo Jaesuk, Jung Joonha, No Hongchul, and Haha were chosen as the final members to appear at the KSF.
However, despite their strong intentions of wanting to do well during the race, the members could not show their true skills due to some unexpected accidents and incidents. Yoo Jaesuk showed extreme regret, with swollen eyes that reflected the tears he shed.
Make sure to watch this week’s episode of “Infinity Challenge”, which will be broadcasted on Saturday, July 12th at 6:25pm KST.
Yoo Jaesuk participated in the Korea Speed Festival’s semi-professional “Veloster Turbo Masters” race, however came in at last place.
On the 5th of July, the Korea Speed Festival was held at Incheon, Songdo’s city circuit, in which Yoo Jaesuk particpated in one of their races for the first time.
Yoo Jaesuk participated in this race after months of practice as MBC’s “Infinite Challenge” team were making their debut as racers through their “Speed Racer” special episodes.
Unfortunately, Yoo Jaesuk placed 24th ranking him in last place, however his last place was most likely due to the accident that had occurred while he was practicing on the circuit on the 3rd of July with the other Infinite Challenge members.
Although the car had been sent for repair immediately after the accident, during the race, Yoo Jaesuk’s car went faulty and stopped running before he could finish one lap.
Yoo Jaesuk expressed, “I really wanted this. But the car stopped running before I could finish one lap so I couldn’t go on to the preliminary rounds. I don’t mind what record I achieve, but if I could have just finished one lap, I would have felt better.”
He also said, “There’s no one to blame for this but myself as I caused the accident two days ago. Well I guess this is what racing and life is all about. Fortunately, they said I can participate in the final race. Although I’ll be starting at the very back, I’ll try my best.”
The final “Veloster Turbo Masters” race will be on the 6th of July.
Yoo Jaesuk was reported to have been involved in a partial accident while practicing on a racing circuit for the racing episode of MBC’s Infinite Challenge.
On the 3rd of July, the Infinite Challenge team practiced racing on a circuit in Songdo for the Korea Speed Festival racing special on Infinite Challenge.
The original racing practice date was scheduled on the 4th, however to avoid mass crowds from gathering, they had rescheduled it to be on the 3rd.
Unfortunately, the 3rd of July brought wind and rain, making the circuit much more dangerous to drive on.
The drift team “SynchroG” assisted the Infinite Challenge crew with the practice session and updated their official website with a photo that showed their followers the aftermath of Yoo Jaesuk’s accident, in which they wrote:
"Yoo Jaesuk just crashed the car during the practice! I don’t know if he’s okay!" There are a lot of accidents on Sondo’s city circuit since it’s raining today! (Guests may think it’s fun but professionals get worried…)"
Update!Due to the safety gears and additions to the car he got out safe.”
Soon after, they added another photo to update their followers of the situation, in which they wrote:
"Infinite Challenge’s Yoo Jaesuk is alright! Here’s the crash site you’re seeing through our official site! The man standing in the red suit is MC Yoo! The person sitting down is Jeong Junha and they’re laughing and playing around so it seems like he’s fine!!"
A representative of the Korea Speed Festival revealed that Yoo Jaesuk ended up skidding while turning a corner on the tracks and came to a collision with the safety walls. Immediately after the crash, Yoo Jaesuk was taken to hospital for examination, and fortunately he had no injuries.
Also, the customized Hyundai Veloster he had been driving was taken to a mechanic to be fully repaired for his race this coming 5th of July.
Yoo Jaesuk’s pilot program “I’m a Man” is set as regular variety show.
On June 24th, KBS revealed that “I’m a Man” has been slotted to air regularly, however, since they are currently preparing for the program, no specific time has been revealed yet. Meanwhile, it has been reported that they will start recording in mid July.
"I’m a Man" was first aired on April 9th with Yoo Jaesuk, Im Wonhee, and No Hongchul as MCs including special guests. When "I’m a Man" was aired, the rating was particularly high even though it was less than MBC’s "Radio Star."
It’s been four years since Yoo Jaesuk has done a new variety show; therefore, many viewers and fans have high expectations for the new program’s comical and humorous stories.
Source: Jose Ilbo Entertainment and Sports
Pictures of “Running Man” filming has netizens shocked due to Yoo Jaesuk’s firm and toned body.
On the 1st of June, the “Running Man” crew boarded a plane with soccer star, Park Jisung, to the 2014 Asia Dream Cup which was held in Jakarta, Indonesia. Park Jisung’s team, named JSFriends, battled with the Indonesian All Star team, which also has famous soccer players Nam Taehee, Jung Daesae, and Hwang Bowen.
A picture of the team mates exchanging uniforms was captured during the filming of “Running Man”, and an unexpected reaction has arisen amongst the netizens.
It shows Yoo Jaesuk with bright skin and very toned muscles. Netizens have known that the nation’s favorite MC was a gym-frequenter, but didn’t expect such a body on the 42 year old father of one.
As he walked to the front, gag woman, Shin Bongsun joked “Well you do live in the fitness center” which further added to his confidence. He grabbed the bar with his two hands and hung his body, which revealed his built and muscular arms. His lower body showed no signs of fat and instead boasted his firm muscles, which captured the viewers and kept them in awe.The MC completed 4 pull ups and commented “I guess because I exercise I can do a few” which brought the whole studio to a laughter.
Korean soccer legend Cha Bumgeun also appeared at the stadium, as well as Crayon Pop who performed a congratulatory song.
The guests for the show that aired that day were “For The Emperor”’s cast members Lee Minki, Park Sungwoong; gag man, Jang Dongmin; singer Muzie; and martial arts fighter Kim Donghyun.
Comedian Yoo Jaesuk and actress Song Jihyo garnered the highest vote from a survey conducted.
Eduwill, a South Korean education specialist company, created a survey asking, “Which male and female celebrity would you want (to be your) a family member?” The survey was done on the streets of Gwanghwamun area, and 867 individuals participated on the survey.
Yoo Jaesuk had 389 votes (44.9% ), while Song Jihyo had 243 votes (28.1%)
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South Korean education specialist company, eduwill, started a survey which asked, “Which male and female celebrity would you want a family member?” At the end, Song Jihyo and Yoo Jaesuk won.
On the streets of Gwanghwamun area, eduwill held a survey asking around 867 participants about their opinions. Yoo Jaesuk had 389 votes which stood for 44.9% of the ratings.
While Song Jihyo had 243 votes which stood for 28.1% of the ratings. The second places consist of Miss A’s Suzy and Cha Taehyun.
Source: Korea Star Daily
YG Entertainment denies rumours on signing Yoo Jaesuk YG Entertainment has denied reports that they have met with Yoo Jaesuk to discuss plans of signing under their agency.
Earlier today, news broke out that the agency was trying to recruit top entertainer and host Yoo Jaesuk to sign under their agency and have meet with Yoo Jaesuk to discuss such plans. However, YG Entertainment was quick to dismiss the reports and state that Yang Hyunsuk and Yoo Jaesuk never met with each other.
YG Entertainment are known for managing artists such as Big Bang, PSY, 2NE1, Epik High and training upcoming new artists in the industry. Recently, however, the agency branched out to recruiting actors and actresses, signing Cha Seungwon, Jang Hyunseung, Choi Jiwoo and more.