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CJ E&M Releases Exclusive Photos of 2PM's Ok Taecyeon At Reality TV Show "3 Meals A Day" Press Conference

2014/10/15 | Permalink

Asia's leading content and media company CJ E&M [http://en.cjenm.com] has released exclusive photos from the upcoming reality TV show 3 Meals A Day press conference held in Seoul today. The Photos feature a member of popular K-Pop boy group 2PM's Ok Taecyeon as one of the two lead roles.
 
At the press conference, Ok Taecyeon explained, "I was surprised to find myself cooking with Lee Seo-jin without using any modern cookware but we are actually doing well. In the first episode, we made ricotta cheese in Gamasot (Korean traditional black caldron) and ground coffee beans in a millstone, which was very interesting and fun". Also he added, "Above all, I really enjoyed clear skies and fresh air in the village away from city".

Produced by Na Young-suk CJ E&M's well-known director of the massive hit variety show "Flowers" series, Three Meals A Day stars popular K-Pop boy group 2PM's Ok Taecyeon and K-drama star Lee Seo-jin. General entertainment channel tvN's upcoming reality show features how those two stars barely manage to cook three meals a day as they stay in traditional farm village in Korea. With a little knowledge and interest in cooking, their food-making process using whatever they can get around the village as ingredients become chaotic but humorous.
 
3 Meals A Day airs on tvN every Friday at 9:50PM (KST) starting October 17.

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