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Park Hyung-sik goes to Manjae Island with "Three Meals A Day"

2015/08/30 | 1139 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Park Hyung-sik is starring in the reality TV show "Three Meals A Day" with Cha Seung-won and Yoo Hae-jin.

Park Hyung-sik is the newest member of "Three Meals A Day – Fishing Village 2". He's leaving for Manjae Island in the beginning of September.

Park Hyung-sik is a member of ZE:A - Children of Empire, an idol group, and has been acting for a long time now. He's also a musical artist and an entertainer. He starred in various dramas such as "This Is Family" from last year which earned him the rookie award.

Previously, "Three Meals A Day" broadcasted 8 weeks of experience at a fishing village from the 23rd of January to the 13th of March. The highest record set by the show was 14.2%.

Son Ho-jun who replaced Jang Geun-suk who quit on the show, was supposed to join the second season but his drama schedule overlapped with the TV show".

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