[Reporter Shin Young-eun, Daily Economy Star Today]
Former judo player Cho Joon-ho expressed his feelings about appearing in “Bro.”
On the afternoon of the 12th, a production presentation for the T-cast E-channel “Bro” (planned by Bang Hyun-young and directed by Park Ji-eun) was held. Bang Hyun-young CP, Park Ji-eun PD, Park Yong-taek, Jeon Tae-pung, Kim Yo-han, Cho Joon-ho and Bae Sung-jae attended the event, which was broadcast live online in the wake of the spread of COVID-19.
Former judo player Cho Joon-ho said, “Like Judo brothers, there is no off-season. Since there was no off-season, there was no time to hang out because the training schedule was tight. “I’m having a lot of fun filming with other sports players,” he said.
“I was unemployed at the time, and he gave me a chance to thank me so much. I was worried about what you would do if you were an oldie, but I was the oldest. They’re so nice to me.”
“Bro” is a program featuring the first half-time of male sports players who only knew sports, starring Park Yong-taek, Jeon Tae-pung, Kim Yo-han, Cho Joon-ho, Koo Bon-gil and Kim Hyung-kyu. It is a spin-off series of “Playing Sister,” starring Park Se-ri, Nam Hyun-hee, Kwak Min-jung, Jung Yoo-in, Han Yu-mi and Kim On-ah.
“Bro” is co-produced by T-cast and OTT (Online Video Streaming Service) Watcha and broadcasted every Wednesday at 8:50 p.m. on the E-channel, and streamed exclusively on Watcha.
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