[Reporter Shin Young-eun, Daily Economy Star Today]
Actor Jo In-sung confessed his worries.
Cho Bo-ah appeared as the last part-timer on tvN’s entertainment show “Unexpected Boss”, which aired on the 29th, a day before the end of business.
After the closing of the business, Cha Tae-hyun, Jo In-seong and Cho Bo-ah sat down together for dinner. Jo In-seong (from his parents) may have been loved a lot, but the environment did not. I had to pay off my debt as the eldest son of the family. “I jumped into the social front early,” he said.
Jo In-seong then said, “What I feel here is that I feel less wild.” You can’t make kimchi alone and you can’t make persimmons on your own. I can’t do anything without money. “There are times when I feel like I’ve become a fool.”
Cha Tae-hyun also sympathized with Jo In-seong. Cha Tae-hyun said, “The most interesting thing was that there were highway drivers here. They didn’t even think about how to live. I heard you haven’t been home in three or four years. He confessed that he had gained a lot of enlightenment through “the boss somehow,” saying, “We’re building a temporary studio here to pave the way.”
Meanwhile, the show airs every Thursday night at 8:40 p.m.
PhotoㅣtvN broadcast screen capture
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