‘Running Man’, broadcasting station race…’The Law of the jungle’ →’Alley Restaurant’ reinterpretation

[Reporter Lee Da-gyeom, Daily Economy Star Today]

In “Running Man,” there is a race called “When you go to the broadcasting station.”

SBS entertainment program “Running Man,” which will be broadcast on the 9th, will reveal the members who digest various entertainment program schedules within SBS broadcasting station.

On this day, there will be a race where you have to digest your schedule all day long inside the broadcasting station. In fact, the mission to transform SBS’ representative entertainment programs, “The Law of the Jungle,” “Baek Jong-won’s Alley Restaurant,” “All The Butlers” and “Flaming Youth,” will be carried out in a “Running Man” style, adding to expectations.

When the “The Law of the Jungle” was released as their first schedule, the members complained, saying, “Isn’t it too urban?” but began to adapt in different styles to missions that required them to make their own items for camping. “Jungle Experience” Yang Se-chan led the members to make tents, while Kim Jong-kook, who said he was from “Boy Scout,” made tents only with his mouth. Lee Kwang-soo, who couldn’t hold back, exploded, saying, “Is this what a boy scout is like?” and drew laughter.

In the schedule that followed, he hosted a live SNS broadcast for the first time in “Running Man” to communicate with fans. At the request of fans, Jeon So-min performed the Brave Girls’ “Rollin” dance, while Lee Kwang-soo had a short but full of laughter, showing his exclusive patent “Joyful but Sad expression.”

Meanwhile, the winner of the day’s mission was given the opportunity to choose the card of the desired member and pay as much as he wanted. The members began an aggressive offensive of flattery so that their cards would not be chosen. In particular, Yoo Jae-seok, who is known for his lack of cuteness, showed off a storm of cuteness that he has never seen before, such as kissing the payer. It is rumored that Jeon So-min was surprised, saying, “I’ve never seen such soft eyes.”

The transformations of SBS’ flagship entertainment programs, which were newly created in the “Running Man” version, will be unveiled on “Running Man,” which will air at 5 p.m. on the 9th.


‘Running Man’. Photo lSBS

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