The members of Super Junior will be starring in their own travel reality program to share their time captured in Switzerland.
The members took part in filming for MBC Music’s “One Fine Day” as they traveled around Lucerne, as well as other cities in Switzerland last month. Leeteuk, Eunhyuk, Donghae, and a few other fellow group members spontaneously left for Switzerland to experience, see, and visit various tourist attractions and sights.
During the process of filming for this upcoming show, there were a number of fan accounts of witnessing the Super Junior members that were spread around online community sites and through SNS.
Meanwhile, Super Junior’s “One Fine Day” is scheduled to begin airing at the end of this month. They will be then be passing on the baton to VIXX for their own version of the reality show.
Are you looking forward to getting a glimpse into Super Junior’s overseas travels?
Super Junior M‘s Henry was tricked into eating dog food on his military variety show “Real Men.”
On this week’s episode of “Real Men,” Henry and the other soldiers headed to feed the dogs after training. Kim Dong Hyun then suggests Henry that they should play rock, paper, scissors, and whoever loses would have to eat dog food.
Although Henry was hesitant to take on the challenge, Kim Dong Hyun and Im Hyung Joon persistently convince him to play the game with them. They eventually trick him into eating the dog food.
“Real Men” airs on MBC every Saturday. It stars Henry, Kim Dong Hyun, Im Hyung Joon, Yoo Joon Sang, Yook Sung Jae of BTOB, among others.
It has been confirmed that Super Junior member Kangin will no longer be standing as the MC of MBC Music’s program “Show Champion.”
On November 26, a representative of MBC Music shared, “At the end of today’s live broadcast of ‘Show Champion,’ Kangin will be stepping down from his position as MC.”
Along with the announcement of Kangin’s leave, it was revealed that the program itself will be taking a hiatus for about one month due to the redevelopment and relocation of the “Show Champion” stage, before returning to television in January of 2015.
The rep also explained, “[Kangin’s] replacement has not yet been decided. As there is still time remaining until the beginning of next year, we plan to find a new MC while reorganizing the program.”
On his last day, Kangin posted on his personal Instagram account, “I was threatened to take a selca for my last broadcast of ‘Show Champion.’ To commemorate my last broadcastㅜㅜIt’s been fun ‘Show Champion,’” along with a photo of himself and the fans in the background.
Meanwhile, the Super Junior member first joined “Show Champion” as the main MC earlier this year in January.
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