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Two KBS Shows Popular This Winter Season

2008/01/28 | 348 views | Permalink | Source

Two leading variety shows on KBS TV, 'Happy Together Season 3' and 'One Night and Two Days', a popular segment on 'Happy Sunday', are more popular than ever this cold winter season.

'One Night and Two Days' features various 'road trip adventures' that take place when the main cast members Kang Ho-dong, Kim C, Eun Ji-won, Lee Soo-keun, Lee Seung-gi and MC Mong leave for remote destinations, including small mountain villages and islands, for one night and two days.

The cast member that loses in a game--whose results depend purely on luck--must spend one night outdoors in a tent.

Meanwhile, the third season of ' Happy Together ' is filmed inside a public sauna. Cast members must endure the heat and sing an entire song without making a single mistake in order to escape from the unbearably hot sauna.

Cast members include popular comedians Yoo Jae-suk, Park Myung-soo and Sin Bong-son. Dressed comfortably in sweats and baring their faces by forgoing makeup, the celebrity cast provides plenty of laughter for viewers.

For the producers of ' Happy Together ', who were forced to endure the sweltering summer heat in the hot sauna, this winter comes as a pleasantly "warm" season.

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