Jeon Hyun-moo, Palm Use’s leader’s self-management…I went to get rid of toxins. (“I Live Alone”)
Jeon Hyun-moo went into self-care to eat a lot.
In this week’s “I Live Alone,” Jeon Hyunmoo is going on a detox trip to Pyeongchang, Gangwon-do.
Jeon Hyun-moo has advised his younger brothers Park Na-rae and Lee Jang-woo that they should be healthy palm oil to eat a lot. Leader Jeon Hyunmoo visits a sauna in the forest, saying, “You can eat deliciously only if you remove toxins.”
Jeon Hyunmoo falls in love with the rare charm of jjimjilbang in the forest. In a quiet hanok atmosphere, Jeon Hyun-moo experiences a variety of courses, starting with the first course, pine needle steaming, for detox. Jeon Hyun-moo, who endured the sting in the pine needles jjimjilbang, then went to the mineral jjimjilbang to overcome the hot heat and sweat like rain by doing super detox gymnastics.
After removing the toxins, Jeon Hyunmoo opens his own lunch box. It is said that mixing and eating is the trend, and the MZ recipe is presented by mixing meat and seafood ramen. Jeon Hyun-moo, who tasted it, admires it as “a taste that I want to give a degree.” On top of that, he even finished his favorite cucumber, pollack, cream cheese toast, generously revealing his aspect as a palm oil leader.
Jeon Hyunmoo, who headed to Enzyme Jjimjilbang, then recalls food with his face covered in mud, saying, “It smells like grandmother’s doenjang soup.” Then, he listens to the advice of another jjimjilbang customer and hits his head while doing a fierce head banging in the mud. The reason why Jeon Hyunmoo became serious about mud will be revealed on the main broadcast. It airs at 11:10 p.m. on the 3rd.