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Cha Seung-won, Yoo Hae-jin and Jang Geun-suk collaborate in a 'Three Meals a Day' spin-off

2014/12/15 | 2257 views | Permalink | Source

It has been confirmed Cha Seung-won, Yoo Hae-jin and Jang Geun-suk will star in a spin-off of 'Three Meals a Day'.

On December 15th, a source from CJ E&M said through a press release that the new program, 'Spin off of Three Meals a Day – Fishing Village (Temporary title)' will feature actors, Cha Seung-won, Yoo Hae-jin, and Jang Geun-suk.

They said the new program will be directed the producer, Na Young Seok and Shin Hyo-Jeong but, specific aspects such as main concepts, the actual title of the show, number of episodes, and air dates and time of the program have not been decided.

The producer, Na Young Seok expects the new program will be an entertainment show, which features Lee Seo-jin and Ok Taecyeon living the country-side life in a fishing village. It will be comprised of 4 seasons in total.

The original 'Three Meals a Day' resulted in high ratings of over 9% throughout the entire fall seasons, which is an exceptional case of cable TV entertainment shows.

The collaboration of Cha Seung-won, who previously made a memorable presence with his witty personality in an entertainment show such as 'Infinite Challenge', Yoo Hae-jin, who has been popular in his past supporting roles, Jang Geun-suk who has never been a fixed member of an entertainment show and the producer, Na is drawing much anticipation from the viewers.

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