Eun Ji-won, Kyuhyun to star in new season of 'Things that Make Me Groove'
Rapper Eun Ji-won and singer Kyuhyun will be starring in a new season of entertainment show "Things that Make Me Groove" (2010), helmed by popular local television producer and director Na Young-seok.
The duo will host guests with drinks and food and are expected to be wearing suits throughout the entire season. The dress code for the first season had been hanbok, or Korean traditional dress.
Like the first season, the shows will only be around five minutes long.
Season two of "Things that Make Me Groove" will premiere on Aug. 26 at 10:30 p.m. on tvN. After it airs on the television, it will be uploaded onto the YouTube channel called Channel Fullmoon.
Kyuhyun debuted as a member of boy band Super Junior in 2005. The band is best known for songs “Rokuko” (2007), “Sorry, Sorry” (2009), “Mr. Simple” (2011) and “Mamacita” (2014). In 2014, Kyuhyun released his solo debut EP “At Gwanghwamun.” He has worked with Na on several entertainment shows including tvN's "New Journey to the West" (2015-18) and "Kang's Kitchen" (2017-19).
Eun debuted as a rapper in 1997 through a late 1990s boy band Sechs Kies. The band disbanded in 2000, and Eun worked as a solo artist afterward. He received the most attention for his work on local reality programs helmed by Na such as KBS's "2 Days & 1 Night" (2007-) and "Kang's Kitchen."
Na is best known for his entertainment programs such as "2 Days & 1 Night," which he was part of from 2007 to 2012, tvN's "New Journey to the West," "Grandpas Over Flowers" (2013-18), "Three Meals a Day" (2014-19), "Youn's Kitchen" (2017) and "Youn's Stay" (2021).
BY LEE JIAN [firstname.lastname@example.org]