[Reporter Kim So-yeon of Daily Economy Star Today]
In ‘I Live Alone’, Kwak Do-won makes a chair by himself, revealing his wild beauty.
In the MBC entertainment program ‘I Live Alone’ (planning Ahn Soo-young, Director Hwang Ji-young, Kim Ji-woo), broadcast today (21st) at 11:10 pm, the daily life of Kwak Do-won, showing off his wild beauty by making a chair himself, is drawn.
On this day’s broadcast, a private backyard in Kwak Do-won’s Jeju house will be revealed. After completing all preparations with work clothes, arm toss, and mosquito repellent, he will begin mowing work to mow the grass in the lush backyard, and will spend a busy time without sweat drying for a moment.
Subsequently, Kwak Do-won, who appeared with a tool box, began to make a self-stool, making use of the hard work he had when he was playing. He started sawing and drilling with only persimmon without a design, and he exudes wild beauty with unobstructed hand movements, burning enthusiasm in the scorching heat, raising questions about what kind of chair will be completed.
Meanwhile, Kwak Do-won said, “I made it for two people so that we can sit down together if we have a partner later.” By revealing the aspect of ‘a man who dreams of love’, he stimulates curiosity about what his honest heart is.
Kwak Do-won, who has finished making the chair, goes through the rough grass in the vast backyard and sets out to find the best sunset spot. He put his chair down in the best place, he sat down and was soaked with appreciation while watching the sunset. Expectation is added to the romantic Jeju life of Kwak Do-won, a’real man’ who enjoys freedom.
Kwak Do-won’s fruitful single life, which will release the hidden human beauty, can be found in MBC ‘I Live Alone’, which airs at 11:10 pm on the 21st.
Photo courtesy| MBC
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