“U Quiz” actor Lee Sung-min reveals behind-the-scenes stories about the youngest son of a chaebol family. [Today’s TV]
Actor Lee Sung-min meets Yoo Jae-seok and Cho Se-ho.
The 178th episode of tvN’s “You Quiz on the Block,” which airs on January 25, will reveal the “rival match.”
In the era of 10 million pet owners, veterinarians Seol Chae-hyun and Na Eung-sik, who love dogs and cats, will visit “Yoo Quiz.” The two children, veterinarians and behavioral trainers specializing in dogs and cats, talk about how they became veterinarians and their pets. In addition, it provides benefits by transferring tips on raising dogs and cats, which are eternal rivals, the history of cats’ pets, the opposite propensity of two pets, and 10 million pets.
Travel creator Kwak Tube, who captures travel destinations with a pleasant and warm gaze, continues to talk with Wonji’s Haru Jagi. With a plan to unravel the life before and after the travel creator, Kwak Tube himself tells the story of living in his 20s after dropping out of high school. Wonji Jagi also shares the process of transforming a girl who dreamed of “Serunggeti meadow” in a shack into a creator who travels around the world. In addition, Kwak Tube, which mingle with local uncles at the travel destination, and Wonji’s daily trip to live alone, are expected to add fun.
There will be time to get to know actor Lee Sung-min, who has no rival, who can fully handle all these intersections, including ordinary families and office workers, veterans chasing justice, and cool-headed powerful people. He honestly reveals his journey to be reborn as an actor who trusted and watched filmography by appearing in minor roles in various works when he was in tears of hunger. In addition, the behind-the-scenes story of the famous scene in last year’s top-notch film “The Youngest Son of a Jaebeol House,” and the reenactment of the car crash scene with Yoo Jae-seok and Cho Se-ho are expected to catch the attention. The love story with his wife, who made him who he is now, and the heartwarming stories hinted at by junior actors are also foreseen, raising expectations. It airs at 8:40 p.m. on the 25th.