Lee Jang-woo, tears well…’I’m crying’ at the 10th anniversary
[OSEN=Reporter Yeon Hwi-seon] Actor Lee Jang-woo is moved to tears in ‘I Live Alone’.
In the MBC entertainment program ‘I Live Alone’, which is broadcast today (12th), the rainbow members who went on a package trip to Mongolia to commemorate the 10th anniversary are revealed.
Rainbow members take a Mongolian traditional market tour as the first course of the package tour, and then drive off-road to their accommodation. ‘Former Chairman’ Jeon Hyeon-moo said, “It is like a meeting square in Mongolia. I must stop by here,” he said, stopping in front of a restaurant while moving, stimulating curiosity.
The rainbow party’s car stopped in front of a Mongolian-style tent ger in the middle of an endless road. While Jeon Hyun-moo and Key went to order food as representatives, the rainbow members captured the beauty of Mongolia’s nature in front of them and recorded it in pictures.
His eldest brother Kim Gwang-gyu, who used to capture the scenery with a camera, expresses the freedom he felt while watching Mother Nature through dance moves as his younger siblings take pictures of him with a camera. Narae Park joins in before he knows it and performs a dance.
Lee Jang-woo describes Kim Gwang-gyu and Park Na-rae dancing against the background of nature at sunset and says, “It was like a famous scene from director Bong Joon-ho’s movie ‘Mother’.” He is said to be showing a tearful appearance as if he was impressed, amplifying curiosity about what the story will be.
Afterwards, Jeon Hyun-moo and Key appear with a full Mongolian-style hotteok hoshor, saying, “It’s really delicious.” Na-rae Park opens her eyes as soon as she takes a bite of hoshor, and Jang-woo Lee exchanges glances with Hyun-moo Jeon, sharing the happiness he feels when eating delicious food. This menu, recommended by Chairman Jeon, is said to captivate even Key and Code Kunst of the ‘Rainbow Seat’, raising questions about what it will taste like. Broadcast tonight at 11:10.