‘Boss in the Mirror’ Chef Jung Ho-young

[Intern reporter Kim Yeji on Daily Economy Star Today]

Chef Jung Ho-young showed a sense of responsibility as president amidst the coronavirus.

In the KBS2 entertainment program ‘Boss in the Mirror’ broadcast on the 14th on the 14th, Chef Jung Ho-young, Hyun Joo-yeop, Heijini, and Park Gwang-jae visit a long-established store in Yongsan, Seoul to eat the red fish samhap.

On this day, Jung said, “I want to beat all the shops because I have the same heart. Then I don’t lose money even if there is no pay. But looking at the number of employees, there are about 20 part-time jobs. I gave up. “If you do it, you have to give up all of your friends.”

Hyun Joo-yeop, the former basketball coach, said, “Do your best. All are the same, well.” YouTuber Hazyni also said, “I really agree. It’s okay to have a month or two because there are employees, but the fact that it’s a salary and that I have to keep taking these friends is psychologically pressured. That burden can’t be said.”

Actor Park Gwang-jae also confided in his grievances due to the COVID-19, saying, “Not only are new works coming in, as well as movies that were already recorded are not released.” Former director Hyun Joo-yeop said, “There are some restrictions on work, but it’s a pity that we can’t go all together even when we go to the holidays during our turn.”

On the other hand, KBS2 ‘Boss in the Mirror’ is a self-reflection program for Korean bosses, and is broadcast every Sunday at 5pm.


Photo| KBS2’The boss’s ears are donkey ears’ broadcast screen capture

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