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This is a list of episodes of the South Korean talk show Radio Star (Korean라디오스타; RRRadio Seuta) which is currently hosted by Kim Gook-jin, Kim Gura, Ahn Young-mi and Yoo Se-yoon . It airs on MBC every Wednesday at 23:10 (KST) starting May 30, 2007.

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South Korea

South Korea

South Korea, officially the Republic of Korea (ROK), is a country in East Asia. It constitutes the southern part of the Korean Peninsula and shares a land border with North Korea. The country's western border is formed by the Yellow Sea, while its eastern border is defined by the Sea of Japan. South Korea claims to be the sole legitimate government of the entire peninsula and adjacent islands. It has a population of 51.75 million, of which roughly half live in the Seoul Capital Area, the fourth most populous metropolitan area in the world. Other major cities include Incheon, Busan, and Daegu.

Radio Star (TV series)

Radio Star (TV series)

Radio Star is a South Korean talk show hosted by Kim Gook-jin, Kim Gura, Ahn Young-mi, and Yoo Se-yoon. It airs on MBC on Wednesdays at 10:30(KST). The first episode aired on May 30, 2007, making it one of the longest-running talk shows in the country.

Korean language

Korean language

Korean is the native language for about 80 million people, mostly of Korean descent. It is the official and national language of both North Korea and South Korea, but over the past 75 years of political division, the two Koreas have developed some noticeable vocabulary differences. Beyond Korea, the language is recognised as a minority language in parts of China, namely Jilin Province, and specifically Yanbian Prefecture and Changbai County. It is also spoken by Sakhalin Koreans in parts of Sakhalin, the Russian island just north of Japan, and by the Koryo-saramcode: kor promoted to code: ko in parts of Central Asia. The language has a few extinct relatives which—along with the Jeju language (Jejuan) of Jeju Island and Korean itself—form the compact Koreanic language family. Even so, Jejuan and Korean are not mutually intelligible with each other. The linguistic homeland of Korean is suggested to be somewhere in contemporary Northeast China. The hierarchy of the society from which the language originates deeply influences the language, leading to a system of speech levels and honorifics indicative of the formality of any given situation.

Revised Romanization of Korean

Revised Romanization of Korean

Revised Romanization of Korean is the official Korean language romanization system in South Korea. It was developed by the National Academy of the Korean Language from 1995 and was released to the public on 7 July 2000 by South Korea's Ministry of Culture and Tourism in Proclamation No. 2000-8.

Kim Gook-jin

Kim Gook-jin

Kim Gook-jin, is a South Korean comedian and presenter. In September 2009, he became the host of MBC's Radio Star.

Ahn Young-mi

Ahn Young-mi

Ahn Young-mi, is a South Korean comedian. She made her debut in KBS' Gag Concert 19th class in 2004 and is best known for her provocative wit. In 2018, she joined the comedy-girl group Celeb Five. Young-mi is also known as the first female MC of the South Korean talk show, Radio Star since 2019.

Yoo Se-yoon

Yoo Se-yoon

Yoo Se-yoon is a South Korean comedian and television comedy show host. He hosts and co-hosts a variety of shows, in addition to being a part of musical/comedic duo, UV. Yoo has been a part of shows such as South Korean talk show Non-Summit, Witch Hunt, SNL Korea, South Korean talk show Golden Fishery as well as its segments, Knee Drop Guru and Radio Star.

Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation

Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation

Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation is one of the leading South Korean television and radio broadcasters. Munhwa is the Sino-Korean word for "culture". Its flagship terrestrial television station MBC TV broadcasts as channel 11.

Time in South Korea

Time in South Korea

South Korea has one time zone, Korea Standard Time (UTC+09:00), which is abbreviated KST. South Korea currently does not observe daylight saving time, but experimented with it during the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul.

2007

List of episodes (2007)
Radio Star # Golden Fishery # Broadcast Date Guests Notes
1 44 May 30, 2007 Jeong Hyeong-don First airing. MCs: Shin Jung-hwan, Yoon Jong-shin, Kim Gu-ra
2 45 June 6, 2007 Kim Jong-seo A new MC is introduced: Shindong
3 46 June 13, 2007
4 47 June 20, 2007 Ji Sang-ryeol
5 48 June 27, 2007
6 49 July 4, 2007 Yoo Yeong-seok [ko]
7 50 July 11, 2007
8 51 July 18, 2007 Yoon Do-hyun
9 52 August 1, 2007
10 53 August 8, 2007 Nam Gyu-ri and Kim Young-chul
11 54 August 15, 2007 Kim Dong-wan
12 55 August 22, 2007
13 56 August 29, 2007 Fly to the Sky (Hwanhee, Brian Joo)
14 57 September 5, 2007 Shin Hye-sung Shindong's last episode as an MC. Kim Gook-jin replaces him.
15 58 September 12, 2007 The Grace Kim Gook-jin's first episode as an MC
16 59 September 19, 2007
17 60 September 26, 2007 Bong Tae-gyu
18 61 October 3, 2007 Clazziquai (Horan, Alex Chu) and Crown J
19 62 October 10, 2007
20 63 October 17, 2007 Kang Soo-jung [ko]
21 64 October 24, 2007
22 65 October 31, 2007 Yangpa and Eru
23 66 November 7, 2007 Wheesung
24 67 November 14, 2007
25 68 November 21, 2007 Super Junior (Heechul, Kangin, Leeteuk, Shindong)
26 69 November 28, 2007 Lee Seung-hwan
27 70 December 5, 2007
28 71 December 12, 2007 Park Jin-young
29 72 December 26, 2007

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Radio Star (TV series)

Radio Star (TV series)

Radio Star is a South Korean talk show hosted by Kim Gook-jin, Kim Gura, Ahn Young-mi, and Yoo Se-yoon. It airs on MBC on Wednesdays at 10:30(KST). The first episode aired on May 30, 2007, making it one of the longest-running talk shows in the country.

Golden Fishery

Golden Fishery

Golden Fishery is a South Korean talk show broadcast on MBC. It first aired on the July 7, 2006 and has had a fairly stable audience share. Currently, Radio Star is the main segment in this program.

Kim Gu-ra

Kim Gu-ra

Kim Hyeon-dong, better known as his stage name Kim Gu-ra (Korean: 김구라) is a South Korean MC, comedian and radio host.

Kim Jong-seo (musician)

Kim Jong-seo (musician)

Kim Jong-Seo (김종서) is a South Korean rock musician. He debuted in 1985 as part of the band Boohwal. After Boohwal, Kim Jong-Seo was part of several rock bands, among others: Sinawe, Charisma (카리스마), and Little Sky. He has been a solo act since 1992, which saw the release of his first solo album "Rethona." He contributed to the first, second and fourth albums by Seo Taiji and Boys.

Ji Sang-ryeol

Ji Sang-ryeol

Ji Sang-ryeol is a South Korean actor, comedian, and host. Ji has made numerous appearances in dramas and TV Shows. He is well known for his blunt yet humorous personality in TV Shows such as X-Man and being of the main MCs of top Korean variety show 2 Days & 1 Night until a sudden withdrawal and replaced by Kim C. In 2010 Ji was one of the main MCs of Family Outing 2 along with female comedian Shin Bong-sun.

Nam Gyu-ri

Nam Gyu-ri

Nam Gyu-ri is a South Korean singer and actress. She was the leader of the Korean female trio SeeYa. In 2009, Nam Gyu-ri had a contract dispute with the group's management company and left the group. Nam has also acted, most notably in the film Death Bell and the drama 49 Days.

Kim Young-chul (comedian)

Kim Young-chul (comedian)

Kim Young-chul, is a South Korean comedian and singer.

Kim Dong-wan

Kim Dong-wan

Kim Dong-wan is a South Korean entertainer, known as a member of South Korean boy band Shinhwa. He has been acting since 2002, and has starred in television dramas such as A Farewell to Sorrow and Children of Heaven. He has said that given the opportunity he would prefer a career in acting rather than as a singer, However, since the release of his debut album, he has stated that now he prefers singing more. From Shinhwa, Kim is the fourth member to go solo, following Lee Min-woo, Shin Hye-sung, and Jun Jin.

Fly to the Sky

Fly to the Sky

Fly to the Sky is a South Korean R&B duo consisting of Brian Joo and Hwanhee. Initially marketed as K-pop idols, the duo later developed a more mature image and became one of the most popular R&B groups in South Korea. The duo has released nine studio albums since its debut in 1999.

Hwanhee

Hwanhee

Hwang Yoon-seok, better known as Hwanhee, is a South Korean singer, actor and a member of South Korean R&B duo Fly to the Sky.

Brian Joo

Brian Joo

Brian Joo, better known professionally as Brian (Korean: 브라이언), is a Korean American singer and one-half of the R&B duo Fly to the Sky. His first solo album, The Brian was released in December 2006. His second solo album, Manifold was released in December 2009.

Kim Gook-jin

Kim Gook-jin

Kim Gook-jin, is a South Korean comedian and presenter. In September 2009, he became the host of MBC's Radio Star.

2008

List of episodes (2008)
Radio Star # Broadcast Date Guests Notes
30 January 3, 2008 Park Jin-young
31 January 9, 2008 Lee Seung-chul
32 January 16, 2008
33 January 23, 2008 Park Jung-ah and Bae Seul-ki Organised as such due to Hwang Jung-min's special appearance on The Knee Drop Guru
34 January 30, 2008
35 February 6, 2008 Jo Han-sun
36 February 9, 2008 Special feature on Golden Fishery
37 February 13, 2008 Cha Tae-hyun Hong Kyung-min made a special appearance in the middle of the recording
38 February 20, 2008 Song Hye-kyo made a special appearance over the phone, during the recording
39 February 27, 2008 Hong Kyung-min and Lee Soo-young
40 March 5, 2008
41 March 12, 2008 Park Sang-min and Min Kyung-hoon
42 March 19, 2008
43 March 26, 2008 Andy Lee and Lee Min-woo
44 April 2, 2008
45 April 16, 2008 Park Joon-hyung and Jeong Jong-cheol [ko]
46 April 23, 2008
47 April 30, 2008 Epik High
48 May 7, 2008
49 May 14, 2008 Gummy, Kim Hyun-joong and Kim Kyu-jong
50 May 21, 2008
51 May 28, 2008 MC Mong and Kim Jang-hoon
52 June 4, 2008
53 June 11, 2008 Ko Young-wook [ko], Sung Dae-hyun [ko] and Shin Dong-wook [ko]
54 June 18, 2008
55 June 25, 2008
56 July 2, 2008 Choi Jin-young and Shin Ae In reality, there were 56 errors in the room.
57 July 9, 2008
58 July 16, 2008 Sung Si-kyung
59 July 23, 2008 Yoon Jung-hee, Nam Gyu-ri and Kim Bum
60 July 30, 2008 Kim Hyun-jung, Shin Ji and Hwangbo
61 August 13, 2008 No broadcast on August 20 and August 27, due to The Knee Drop Guru
62 September 3, 2008 Sul Woon Do [ko] and Jang Yun-jeong
63 September 17, 2008
64 September 24, 2008 Kim Heung-gook and Kim Tae-woon
65 October 1, 2008
66 October 8, 2008 SG Wannabe and Younha
67 October 15, 2008
68 October 22, 2008 Kim Gun-mo and Ock Joo-hyun Due to The Knee Drop Guru, the second part was edited to meet the "5-minute schedule".
69 October 29, 2008
70 November 5, 2008
71 November 12, 2008 Byun Jin-sub and Kim C
72 November 19, 2008
73 November 26, 2008 Jeung Jun-ha, Kim Won-jun and Tei
74 December 3, 2008
75 December 10, 2008 Tak Jae-hoon, Kim Jong-kook and Wheesung
76 December 17, 2008
77 December 24, 2008 Tak Jae-hoon, Kim Jong-kook and Wheesung
Christmas Special – Goose Band (Kim Heung-gook, Kim Tae-won, Hong Seo-beom [ko], Yoo Young-seok [ko] and Taeyeon (Girls' Generation)

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Lee Seung-chul

Lee Seung-chul

Lee Seung-chul is a South Korean singer best known for the hit songs, "My Love", "Never Ending Story", and "Girls' Generation". Currently an artist of Kakao Entertainment's label Flex M, he debuted in 1985 as the vocalist of the rock band Boohwal, which he left in 1989 to release his first solo album, Don't Say Good-Bye. He has released 12 Korean studio albums in total. He is also active in Japan, where he is known by the stage name Rui.

Bae Seul-ki

Bae Seul-ki

Bae Seul-ki is a South Korean singer and actress. She made her entertainment debut as a member of The Red, but has since become a solo singer.

Hwang Jung-min

Hwang Jung-min

Hwang Jung-min is a South Korean actor. He is one of the highest-grossing actors in South Korea, and has starred in several box office hits such as Ode to My Father (2014), Veteran (2015), The Himalayas (2015), A Violent Prosecutor (2015) and The Wailing (2016). Hwang is the third actor in South Korea to be part of the "100 Million Viewer Club" in Chungmuro.

Jo Han-sun

Jo Han-sun

Jo Han-sun is a South Korean actor. He made his debut in a beer commercial in 2001, then became a household name through the sitcom Nonstop 3 (2002) and the television drama April Kiss (2004). He is best known for the films Temptation of Wolves (2004), Cruel Winter Blues (2006), and A Better Tomorrow, the 2010 remake of the Hong Kong classic.

Cha Tae-hyun

Cha Tae-hyun

Cha Tae-hyun is a South Korean actor, singer, television personality, radio DJ and director. He is best known for his lead roles in the box-office hit comedies My Sassy Girl (2001), Scandal Makers (2008), Hello Ghost (2010) and fantasy drama action hit Along with the Gods: The Two Worlds (2017) as well as the television series Jeon Woo-chi (2012), The Producers (2015) and Police University (2021). He made his directorial debut with the variety-drama Hit the Top (2017), in which he also starred.

Hong Kyung-min

Hong Kyung-min

Hong Kyung-min is a South Korean singer and actor. As a singer, Hong has released 10 albums and is best known for his 2000 hit song "Shaky Friendship".

Lee Soo-young

Lee Soo-young

Lee Soo-young is a South Korean ballad singer. She debuted in 1999 with the hit album, I Believe, and quickly gained popularity due to her strong singing skills. During the mid-2000s, Lee was one of South Korea's best-selling singers, selling more than 700,000 albums in 2004 alone despite a recession in the music industry.

Andy Lee (South Korean singer)

Andy Lee (South Korean singer)

Lee Sun-ho, mononymously credited as Andy (Korean: 앤디), is a South Korean singer, rapper and the youngest member of six-member boy band Shinhwa. Besides rapping for his band, Andy has ventured out into television acting, musicals, and solo singing. Andy is also the producer of duo Jumper and boy group Teen Top, 100% and UP10TION.

Lee Min-woo

Lee Min-woo

Lee Min-woo, also known mononymously credited as M as a solo artist, is a South Korean entertainer, known as a member of the South Korean boy band Shinhwa. Lee was the first Shinhwa member to debut as a solo artist in 2003, and has since released three studio albums.

Epik High

Epik High

Epik High is a South Korean hip-hop trio formed in 2001, composed of Tablo, Mithra Jin, and DJ Tukutz. Primarily based in Seoul, the group signed with Woollim Entertainment and released their first two studio albums, Map of the Human Soul (2003) and High Society (2004), to minor success. The trio rose to fame with the release of their follow-up studio albums, Swan Songs (2005), Remapping the Human Soul (2007), and Pieces, Part One (2008), spawning the hit singles "Fly", "Paris", "Fan", "Love Love Love", "One" and "Umbrella". Although the majority of these albums were censored by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism due to themes of crimes, war, religion, and education, Epik High established themselves as one of the leading hip-hop artists in the country, gaining a cult following and critical plaudit.

Gummy (singer)

Gummy (singer)

Park Ji-yeon, better known by her stage name Gummy, is a South Korean singer. She debuted in 2003 with the album Like Them and has since become known for her soundtrack appearances.

Kim Hyun-joong

Kim Hyun-joong

Kim Hyun-joong is a South Korean actor, singer and songwriter. He is a member of the boy band SS501 and played roles in the Korean dramas Boys Over Flowers and Playful Kiss.

2009

List of episodes (2009)
Radio Star # Broadcast Date Guests Notes
78 January 14, 2009 Lee Hyun-woo, Yoon Sang and Kim Hyun-chul [ko]
79 January 21, 2009
80 January 28, 2009 Boom, Lee Soo-geun and Daesung
81 February 4, 2009
82 February 18, 2009
83 February 25, 2009 Girls' Generation (Jessica, Tiffany, Sunny, Sooyoung)
84 March 4, 2009
85 March 11, 2009 Lee Kwang-gi [ko], Jo Se-ho and Park Seul-gi [ko]
86 March 18, 2009
87 March 25, 2009 Fly to the Sky and Norazo
88 April 1, 2009
89 April 8, 2009 Shin Hye-sung and Lee Ji-hoon
90 April 15, 2009 Moon Hee-joon, Yoon Do-hyun and Sung Jin-woo [ko]
91 April 22, 2009
92 April 29, 2009 Kim Jung-min, Lee Sung-jin [ko] and Park Jung-min
93 May 6, 2009
94 May 13, 2009
95 May 20, 2009 Oh Young-sil [ko] and Park Ji-yoon
96 June 3, 2009 Epik High and K.Will
97 June 10, 2009
98 June 24, 2009 Roo'ra
99 July 1, 2009
100 July 8, 2009 The 100th episode anniversary was also celebrated.
101 July 15, 2009 Brother Band [ko] (Shin Dong-yup, Tak Jae-hoon, Lee Sung-min, Kim Jung-mo, Yoo Young-seok [ko])
102 July 22, 2009
103 July 29, 2009 T-ara
104 August 5, 2009 Yoo Se-yoon, Jang Dong-min and Yoo Sang-moo [ko]
105 August 12, 2009
106 August 19, 2009 Kyeon Mi-ri, Lee Kyeong-shil [ko], Lee Bong-won [ko] and Park Mi-sun
107 August 26, 2009
108 September 2, 2009 Noise [ko], Eun Ji-won, MC Mong and Im Hyung-joon
109 September 9, 2009
110 September 16, 2009
111 September 23, 2009 Cool (Lee Jae-hoon, Kim Sung-soo [ko], Yuri) and Yoo Chae-yeong
112 September 30, 2009 Jewelry
113 October 7, 2009
114 October 14, 2009 Tei, Alex Chu and Kim Tae-woo
115 October 21, 2009
116 October 28, 2009
117 November 4, 2009 Lee Seung-chul and Bom Yeoreum Gaeul Kyeoul
118 November 11, 2009
119 November 18, 2009 Oh Sang-jin, Moon Ji-ae [ko], Shindong and Kim Jong-wook Guest MC: Tak Jae-hoon
120 November 25, 2009
121 December 2, 2009 SS501
122 December 9, 2009
123 December 16, 2009
124 December 23, 2009 Yurisangja and Shin Seung-hun
125 December 24, 2009 Seohyun (Girls' Generation), Shin Seung-hun and Yurisangja Christmas Special: Radio Star Folk Concert

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Boom (entertainer)

Boom (entertainer)

Lee Min-ho, better known as Boom, is a South Korean rapper, singer, actor, radio host, and television presenter. He has made numerous television appearances in South Korean comedy shows and has acted in sitcoms as well.

Lee Soo-geun

Lee Soo-geun

Lee Soo-geun is a South Korean comedian who has worked on a number of comedy shows on South Korean television. He began his career as a comedian on KBS Gag Concert, and is under the management of SM Culture & Contents agency.

Daesung

Daesung

Kang Dae-sung, better known mononymously as Daesung and his Japanese stage name D-Lite, is a South Korean singer and television personality who made his musical debut in 2006 as a member of the South Korean boy band Big Bang. He debuted as a solo artist in South Korea with the number one trot song "Look at Me, Gwisoon" in 2008. Since the inception of the Gaon Digital Chart in 2010, Daesung achieved two Top 10 songs, the digital single "Cotton Candy" and "Wings" from the Big Bang album Alive (2012).

Girls' Generation

Girls' Generation

Girls' Generation, also known as SNSD, is a South Korean girl group formed by SM Entertainment. The group is composed of eight members: Taeyeon, Sunny, Tiffany, Hyoyeon, Yuri, Sooyoung, Yoona, and Seohyun. Originally a nine-piece ensemble, Jessica departed from the group in September 2014. Among the prominent South Korean figures and most popular K-pop groups worldwide, Girls' Generation has earned numerous accolades and the honorific nickname "The Nation's Girl Group" in their home country.

Jessica Jung

Jessica Jung

Jessica Jung, also known by the mononym Jessica, is a South Korean-American singer-songwriter, actress, author, fashion designer and businesswoman known for her work as a former member of South Korean girl group Girls' Generation. As an actress, Jung portrayed Elle Woods in the Korean version of the musical Legally Blonde in 2010 and played a role in the television drama Wild Romance in 2012. In August 2014, she established a fashion brand, Blanc & Eclare. The next month, she was dismissed from Girls' Generation due to alleged conflicts between the group's schedule and her own business activities. Following the dismissal, Jessica ended her contract with SM Entertainment in 2015 and signed with Coridel Entertainment in 2016, prior to the release of her debut solo album With Love, J. In May 2018, she signed a contract with United Talent Agency. Her debut best-selling novel Shine was released in September 2020.

Choi Soo-young

Choi Soo-young

Choi Soo-young, professionally known as Sooyoung, is a South Korean singer, actress and songwriter. She was a member of the short-lived Korean-Japanese singing duo Route 0 during 2002 in Japan. After returning to South Korea in 2004, Sooyoung eventually became a member of girl group Girls' Generation in 2007, which went on to become one of the best-selling artists in South Korea and one of South Korea's most popular girl groups worldwide. Apart from her group's activities, Sooyoung has also starred in various television dramas such as The Third Hospital (2012), Dating Agency: Cyrano (2013), My Spring Days (2014), Squad 38 (2016), Man in the Kitchen (2017–2018), Tell Me What You Saw (2020), and most recently in Run On (2021), So I Married the Anti-fan (2021), and If You Wish Upon Me (2022).

Jo Se-ho

Jo Se-ho

Jo Se-ho is a South Korean comedian.

Fly to the Sky

Fly to the Sky

Fly to the Sky is a South Korean R&B duo consisting of Brian Joo and Hwanhee. Initially marketed as K-pop idols, the duo later developed a more mature image and became one of the most popular R&B groups in South Korea. The duo has released nine studio albums since its debut in 1999.

Norazo

Norazo

Norazo is a musical male duo from South Korea, known for their eccentric stages and comical lyrics. The two original members were Jo Bin and Lee Hyuk. They were also participants in the musical variety show, Immortal Songs. The duo debuted in 2005. After Lee Hyuk's departure from the group vocalist Won Heum joined as the new member.

Lee Ji-hoon (entertainer)

Lee Ji-hoon (entertainer)

Lee Jee Hoon is a South Korean singer and actor.

Moon Hee-joon

Moon Hee-joon

Moon Hee-joon is a South Korean pop rock singer-songwriter signed under SidusHQ. He initially rose to fame as the leader of former boy band H.O.T. under SM Entertainment.

Kim Jung-min (entertainer)

Kim Jung-min (entertainer)

Kim Jung-min is a South Korean singer and actor.

2010

List of episodes (2010)
Episode # Broadcast Date Guests Notes
125 January 6, 2010 Kim Jong-min, Chun Myung-hoon, Noh Yoo-min [ko]
126 January 13, 2010
127 January 20, 2010 Lee Hong-gi, Lee Chang-min, Jo Kwon, Jung Yong-hwa
128 January 27, 2010
129 February 3, 2010 Seo Kyung-seok, Lee Yoon-seok [ko]
130 February 10, 2010
131 February 17, 2010
132 February 24, 2010 Kim Jong-kook, Park Hyun-bin, Min Kyung-hoon
133 March 3, 2010
134 March 10, 2010 Clon, Park Mi-kyung
135 March 17, 2010
136 March 24, 2010
137 April 7, 2010 Yu Oh-seong, Kim Dong-wook
138 May 19, 2010
139 May 26, 2010 Rain
140 June 9, 2010
141 June 16, 2010 f(x)
142 June 23, 2010
143 June 30, 2010 Son Dam-bi, Kahi, Kim Jung-ah, Nana
144 July 7, 2010
145 July 14, 2010
146 July 24, 2010 Kim Heung-gook, Kim Kyung-sik [ko], Kim Kyung Jin [ko]
147 July 28, 2010
148 August 4, 2010
149 August 11, 2010 No Brain
150 August 18, 2010
151 August 25, 2010 Jo Young-nam, DJ DOC
152 September 1, 2010
153 September 8, 2010
154 September 15, 2010
N/A September 23, 2010 Super Junior (Leeteuk, Shindong, Sungmin, Eunhyuk, Donghae, Ryeowook, Kyuhyun) Chuseok Special Super Show
156 September 29, 2010 Ahn Jung-hoon [ko], Lee In-hye, Kim Min-hee
157 October 6, 2010
158 October 13, 2010
159 October 20, 2010 Ok Taec-yeon (2PM), Jang Wooyoung (2PM), Min (Miss A), Jia (Miss A)
160 October 27, 2010
161 November 3, 2010 Lee Juck, Psy Heechul filled in as MC.
161 November 10, 2010
162 November 17, 2010
163 November 24, 2010 Hahm Eun-jung (T-ara), Hyomin (T-ara), Park Ji-yeon (T-ara), Ryu Hyo-young (Coed School), Heo Chan-mi (Coed School)
164 December 1, 2010
165 December 8, 2010 Lisa Ha [ko], Kang Susie Heechul's first episode as an MC
166 December 15, 2010
167 December 22, 2010 Shim Hyung-rae, Eom Yong-su, Kim Hak-rae [ko]

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Kim Jong-min

Kim Jong-min

Kim Jong-min is a South Korean singer, dancer and television personality. He has been a member of the K-pop group Koyote since 2000 and a cast member of the variety show 2 Days & 1 Night since 2007.

Chun Myung-hoon

Chun Myung-hoon

Chun Myung-hoon is a South Korean singer, rapper, actor and television presenter. He is a member of boy band NRG. He released his single, Welcome To The Jungle on October 19, 2012. He is well known as a cast member on several TV shows, including Girl Spirit.

Lee Hong-gi

Lee Hong-gi

Lee Hong-gi, also known mononymously as Hongki, is a South Korean singer, actor, and media personality. He is best known as the front man of rock band F.T. Island. In 2015, Lee debuted as a solo artist with the releases of his first Korean extended play FM302 and his first Japanese album, AM302. As an actor, Lee started his career by starring in children drama Magic Kid Masuri (2002). He later successfully transitioned to adult role and participated in various television dramas, notably You're Beautiful (2009) and A Korean Odyssey (2017). He started a YouTube career by launching personal channel Honggi Jonggi in April 2022.

Jo Kwon

Jo Kwon

Jo Kwon is a South Korean singer, television host, actor, entertainer and the leader of South Korean boy band 2AM. He has starred in multiple musicals such as Jesus Christ Superstar playing the role of King Herod and Everybody's Talking About Jamie playing as Jamie New.

Jung Yong-hwa

Jung Yong-hwa

Jung Yong-hwa is a South Korean singer, musician and actor. He is the leader, lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist of the rock band CNBLUE. Jung made his television debut in You're Beautiful (2009), and has since starred in television dramas Heartstrings (2011), Marry Him If You Dare (2013), The Three Musketeers (2014), and The Package (2017). On the music front, Jung also made his solo debut with the album One Fine Day in 2015.

Min Kyung-hoon

Min Kyung-hoon

Min Kyung-hoon is a South Korean singer and television personality. He is the lead vocalist of the rock band Buzz and one-half of the duo Universe Cowards with Kim Hee-chul. His first solo album, Im·pres·sive, was released on December 5, 2007. His second solo album, Picnic, was released on June 27, 2011. He is a regular cast member of South Korean variety show Knowing Brothers (JTBC) and Problem Child in the House (KBS).

Clon (duo)

Clon (duo)

Clon is a South Korean dance music duo that debuted in 1996. The group was extremely popular in South Korea in the late 1990s.

Kim Dong-wook

Kim Dong-wook

Kim Dong-wook is a South Korean actor. After appearing in student short films and several minor parts, Kim became a star through his supporting role in the popular TV series Coffee Prince (2007), followed by box office hit Take Off (2009). He then starred in Happy Killers (2010), Romantic Heaven (2011), The Guest (2018) and The King of Pigs (2022). His acclaimed performance as an obsessed and tormented king in the 2012 period drama The Concubine, along with his appearance in the fantasy action films Along with the Gods 1 and 2 has brought Kim the best reviews of his career yet.

Kim Jung-ah

Kim Jung-ah

Kim Jung-ah, known professionally as Jung Ah or Jung A, is a South Korean singer. She was a member of Kiss Five and the former leader of After School. In 2016, Pledis Entertainment announced that her contract had expired and she had graduated from After School naturally.

Nana (entertainer)

Nana (entertainer)

Im Jin-ah, known professionally as Nana, is a South Korean singer, actress and model known for her work as a group member of the South Korean girl group After School and its subgroups, Orange Caramel and After School Red. As an actress, Nana starred in various television dramas such as Love Weaves Through a Millennium (2015), The Good Wife (2016), Kill It (2019), and Justice (2019).

Kim Heung-gook

Kim Heung-gook

Kim Heung-gook is a South Korean singer. He is the chairman of Korea Singers Association. His daughter, Jenny Kim Ju-hyun participated in Idol School in 2017.

No Brain

No Brain

No Brain is a South Korean punk rock band widely considered one of the godfathers of the Korean punk scene. Originally part of Korea's homegrown underground punk movement, known as Chosun Punk, in recent years the group has enjoyed mainstream success both with their music and their emerging acting and hosting careers. Their name comes from their desire for concert-goers to leave their rational minds at the venue doors.

2011

List of episodes (2011)
Note: this list is missing some episodes.
Episode # Broadcast Date Guests Notes
170 January 19, 2011 Lee Yoo-jin, Bang Eun-hee, Shoo Parts 1 and 2
171 January 26, 2011
172 February 2, 2011 Kim Kap-soo, Gain, Jun Tae-soo, Jung Ho-bin All My Love For You Special
173 February 9, 2011 Lee Yoo-jin, Bang Eun-hee Part 3
177 March 9, 2011 Han Sun-hwa, Song Ji-eun, Hyolyn, Bora
178 March 16, 2011
179 March 23, 2011 Park Wan-kyu, Lee Jung, IU
180 March 30, 2011
181 April 6, 2011
182 April 13, 2011 Kim Jong-min, Kim Hyung-jun, Hwang Kwanghee
183 April 20, 2011
184 April 27, 2011 Maya, Wheesung, K.Will
185 May 4, 2011
190 June 8, 2011 Lee Hyun-woo, Kim Dong-wan, Jang Woo-hyuk
191 June 15, 2011
194 July 13, 2011 Beast
195 July 20, 2011
196 July 27, 2011 Baek Ji-young, Kim Yeon-woo, Ji Sang-ryeol
197 August 3, 2011
200 August 24, 2011 Jung Jae-hyung, Lee Juck, John Park 200th Episode Special
201 August 31, 2011
202 September 7, 2011
203 September 14, 2011 Boom, Suzy, Dynamic Duo (Choiza, Gaeko)
204 September 28, 2011
205 October 5, 2011 This is Heechul's last episode before enlisting in the military. The October 12 episode was cancelled to give way to a special broadcast of The Knee-Drop Guru.
206 October 19, 2011 Kara Kyuhyun joins as the new MC starting from this episode
207 October 26, 2011 Kim Gun Mo, Kim Jo Han, Sung Si Kyung, Seo In Young Soulful Singers Special
208 November 2, 2011 Park Myeong-su, Jeong Hyeong-don, Haha Radiostar VS Infinite Challenge
209 November 9, 2011 Girls' Generation (Taeyeon, Jessica, Tiffany), Park Hae-mi, Im Tae-kyung
210 November 16, 2011 Wonder Girls Wonder Girls Comeback Special with guest appearance by Jo Kwon (2AM) and Min (Miss A)

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Lee Yoo-jin (actress)

Lee Yoo-jin (actress)

Lee Yoo-jin is a South Korean actress and TV host. Lee began modeling as a teenager and made her entertainment debut in the Super Elite Model Contest in 1998. She switched quickly to acting, playing supporting roles in television dramas such as Beautiful Days, Girl's High School Days, Into the Sun, and Phoenix.

Bang Eun-hee

Bang Eun-hee

Bang Eun-hee is a South Korean actress. Bang made her acting debut in 1988, and rose to fame after being cast as the lead actress in Im Kwon-taek's General's Son (1990). She has starred in films and television dramas such as The Day a Pig Fell into the Well (1996), No. 3 (1997), 3PM Paradise Bath House (1997), Shadows of an Old Love (1998), Legend of Hyang Dan (2007), Daebak Life (2008), and All My Love (2010).

Kim Kap-soo

Kim Kap-soo

Kim Kap-soo is a South Korean actor. Since his acting debut in 1977, Kim has had a long career on the stage, in television dramas and film. In addition to acting full-time, he also has his own master class acting studio.

Gain (singer)

Gain (singer)

Son Ga-in, known mononymously as Gain, is a South Korean singer, actress and entertainer, best known as a member of the South Korean girl group Brown Eyed Girls. Having debuted with her home group earlier in 2006, Gain eventually made her solo debut in October 2010 with Step 2/4 to great commercial success, and has since released a total of six extended plays. In addition to her musical career, the singer also appeared in several native programs and series, most notably We Got Married and All My Love, where she co-starred alongside 2AM's Jo Kwon.

Jun Tae-soo

Jun Tae-soo

Jun Tae-soo was a South Korean actor. He was best known for his role on the popular 2010 television series Sungkyunkwan Scandal.

All My Love For You

All My Love For You

All My Love For You is a South Korean sitcom starring Kim Kap-soo, Park Mi-sun, Jo Kwon, Ga-in, Yoon Doo-joon, Jun Tae-soo and Yoon Seung-ah. It broadcast on MBC from November 8, 2010, to September 16, 2011, on Mondays to Fridays at 19:45 (KST).

Han Sun-hwa

Han Sun-hwa

Han Sun-hwa, also known mononymously as Sunhwa, is a South Korean singer and actress. She is a former member of the South Korean girl group Secret. She made her television debut in 2004 while participating in SBS' Superstar Survival as a finalist, and in 2009, she was a regular cast on a variety show called Invincible Youth. Aside from music, she also ventured into acting and made her debut in the 2010 drama, More Charming By The Day. She also acted in several dramas with supporting roles in Ad Genius Lee Tae-baek, God's Gift - 14 Days, and Marriage, Not Dating.

Hyolyn

Hyolyn

Kim Hyo-jung, better known by her stage name Hyolyn (효린), is a South Korean singer and songwriter, now under the management of her own self-started production company Bridʒ. She is a former member of the South Korean girl group Sistar and their sub-unit Sistar19.

Lee Jung

Lee Jung

Lee Jung-hee, better known by his stage name Lee Jung or J. Lee, is a South Korean singer and actor. He made his debut as a member of 7 Dayz; Lee has since become a solo singer. Although his last album has underperformed, he has continued his popularity by becoming a mainstay on KBS's Heroine 6, becoming part of the "Gag Team 3" with Shin Jung Hwan from Country Kko Kko and Kim Jong Min from Koyote.

IU (singer)

IU (singer)

Lee Ji-eun, also known by her stage name IU (Korean: 아이유), is a South Korean singer-songwriter, record producer and actress. She signed with LOEN Entertainment in 2007 as a trainee and debuted as a singer at the age of fifteen with her first extended play (EP) Lost and Found (2008). Although her follow-up albums, Growing Up and IU...IM, brought mainstream success, it was only after the release of "Good Day", the lead single from her 2010 album Real, that she achieved national stardom. "Good Day" went on to spend five consecutive weeks at the top of South Korea's Gaon Digital Chart, and in 2019, it was ranked number one on Billboard's "100 Greatest K-Pop Songs of the 2010s" list.

Kim Jong-min

Kim Jong-min

Kim Jong-min is a South Korean singer, dancer and television personality. He has been a member of the K-pop group Koyote since 2000 and a cast member of the variety show 2 Days & 1 Night since 2007.

Kim Hyung-jun

Kim Hyung-jun

Kim Hyung-jun is a South Korean entertainer, lead rapper and youngest member of boyband SS501 and SS301.

2012

List of episodes (2012)
Note: this list is missing some episodes.
Episode # Broadcast Date Guests Notes
216 January 4, 2012 Yoo Nam-kyu, Woo Ji-won, Yang Joon-hyuk Sports Legends Special
221 February 8, 2012 Ricky Kim, Sayuri, Julien Kang
223 February 22, 2012 Uee (After School), Lee Joon (MBLAQ), Jay (TRAX), Im Si-wan (ZE:A)
224 February 29, 2011 Jeon Hye-bin, Chansung, Cho Young-goo, Joo Young-hoon
225 March 7, 2012 2AM 2AM Comeback Special
227 March 21, 2012 Shinhwa Shinhwa Special
228 March 28, 2012 Shinhwa / Choi Min-soo
229 April 18, 2012 Choi Min-soo
230 April 25, 2012 Jung Eun-pyo, Kim Eung-soo, Sunwoo Jae-duk Moon Embracing the Sun Supporting Actors Special
231 May 2, 2012 Jung Eun-pyo, Kim Eung-soo, Sunwoo Jae-duk / Narsha, Lee Se-chang, Kim Hee-won
232 May 9, 2012 Narsha, Lee Se-chang, Kim Hee-won Lights and Shadows Supporting Actors
233 May 16, 2012 Seo In-guk, Huh Gak, Son Jin-young, Goo Ja Myung Superstar K vs Birth of a Great Star
234 May 23, 2019
237 June 13, 2012 Kim Wan-sun, Bada, Hyolyn
238 June 20, 2012 Park Mi-sun, Song Eun-i, Kim Sook (comedian), Kim Ji-hye
239 June 27, 2012 Park Mi-sun, Song Eun-i, Kim Sook (comedian), Kim Ji-hye / Ahn Jae-wook, Ryu Dam, Jo Mi-ryung, Kim Hee-won
240 July 4, 2012 Ahn Jae-wook, Ryu Dam, Jo Mi-ryung, Kim Hee-won Real Lights and Shadows Special
241 July 11, 2012 Robert Holley, Victoria, Nichkhun
243 July 25, 2012 Psy, Lena Park, Bobby Kim
244 August 1, 2012 Nam Kyung-joo, Jung Sung-hwa, Lee Tae-ri, Lee Chang-min Musical Actors Special
245 August 15, 2012 Nam Kyung-joo, Jung Sung-hwa, Lee Tae-ri, Lee Chang-min / Lee Hoon, Tony An, Song Chong-gug
246 August 22, 2012 Lee Hoon, Tony An, Song Chong-gug Dancing with the Stars 2 Special
247 August 29, 2012 Kim Jang-hoon, Seo Kyung-duk, Kim Jae-bum, Cho Jun-ho
248 September 5, 2012 Super Junior (Siwon, Leeteuk, Shindong, Eunhyuk) Super Junior's Comeback Special
249 September 12, 2012
250 September 19, 2012 Ahn Nae-sang, Lee Moon-sik, Woo Hyun
251 September 26, 2012 Kim Jung-nan, Lee Jong-hyun, Onew, Taemin
252 October 3, 2012 Kim Seo-hyung, Ryu Seung-soo, Kim Byung-man, L (South Korean singer) Mom is Acting Up Special
253 October 10, 2012 Park Ji-bin, Lee Se-young, Noh Young-hak, Oh Jae-moo Child Star Special
254 October 17, 2012 Kim In-kwon, Kwon Hyun-sang, Jo Jung-suk
255 October 24, 2012 Kim In-kwon, Kwon Hyun-sang, Jo Jung-suk / Lee Chang-Myung, Solbi, Defconn, Sangchu
256 October 31, 2012 Lee Chang-myung, Solbi, Defconn, Sangchu Due to schedule conflict, Shorry J will replace Lee Chang-myung for this episode
257 November 7, 2012 Yoon Se-ah, Oh Yeon-seo, Han Sun-hwa We Got Married Season 4 Brides Special, guest appearance by Lee Joon
259 November 28, 2012 Bae Jong-ok, Cho Jae-hyun, Jung Woong-in
260 December 12, 2012 Lee Sung-jae, Ryu Soo-young, Seo In-guk The Sons Special
261 December 26, 2012 Kim Tae-won, Kim Yeon-woo, Kim So-hyun, Brave Brothers Birth of a Great Star 3 Special

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Ricky Kim

Ricky Kim

Ricky Lee Neely, known professionally as Ricky Kim, is an American actor.

Sayuri Fujita

Sayuri Fujita

Sayuri Fujita is a Japanese television personality based in South Korea. From 2007, she regularly appeared on KBS's Global Talk Show as a representative of Japan, until the show's second season ended. She had also been a regular on Wonderful Friday, including its predecessor, Live Show: Friday Wide, since 2011 until the show ended in 2014. In 2014, she joined the reality-variety TV show, With You, with singer and television personality, Lee Sang-min and remained on the show until the first season finished. She is currently a panelist on the reality-variety show, My Neighbor, Charles, and has been since 2015.

Julien Kang

Julien Kang

Julien Kang is a Canadian television actor and model.

After School (group)

After School (group)

After School is a South Korean girl group with an admissions and graduation concept formed by Pledis Entertainment. As of December 2019, After School only has one member under the label. According to the group's website however, Raina, Lizzy, E-Young and Kaeun are still members of the group.

Lee Joon

Lee Joon

Lee Chang-sun, better known by his stage name Lee Joon, is a South Korean actor, singer, model and DJ. He is best known as a former member of the South Korean boy band MBLAQ. He had notable roles in Gapdong (2014), My Father Is Strange (2017), The Silent Sea (2021) and Bulgasal (2021).

MBLAQ

MBLAQ

MBLAQ is a South Korean boy band created by South Korean singer Rain under J. Tune Camp. The group consists of Seungho, G.O, and Mir, and formerly Lee Joon and Thunder. The group debuted on October 15, 2009, at Rain's Legend of Rainism concert.

Jay (South Korean singer)

Jay (South Korean singer)

Kim Kyun-woo, known professionally as Jay, is a South Korean singer and actor. He is a member of EDM trio TraxX and a former member of SM Entertainment's project group SM The Ballad.

Im Si-wan

Im Si-wan

Yim Si-wan, known mononymously as Siwan, is a South Korean singer and actor. He is a member of the South Korean boy band ZE:A and its sub-group ZE:A Five. As an actor, he is best known for starring in the films The Attorney (2013), and the cable series Misaeng: Incomplete Life (2014), which were both successful at the box office and in the ratings.

Jeon Hye-bin

Jeon Hye-bin

Jeon Hye-bin, also known as BIN, is a South Korean actress, singer and model. In 2002, she began her career as singer of the short-lived, three-member girl group LUV. However, the group disbanded the following year due to individual goals.

Hwang Chan-sung

Hwang Chan-sung

Hwang Chan-sung, also known mononymously as Chansung, is a South Korean singer, rapper, songwriter and actor. He is a member of the Korean boy band 2PM. He made his debut as an actor in the 2006 comedy series Unstoppable High Kick, and since then has gone on to star in the Japanese drama Kaitō Royale (2011) and 7th Grade Civil Servant (2013).

Joo Young-hoon

Joo Young-hoon

Joo Young-hoon is a South Korean singer, songwriter, and television personality. He began his career as a songwriter in the 1990s, composing hit songs for artists including Uhm Jung-hwa and Turbo. He debuted as a singer in 1997 with the album Ballad, which he followed with Nostalgia in 2000, and Love Concerto in 2001.

2AM (band)

2AM (band)

2AM is a South Korean boy band, that consists of Jo Kwon, Lee Chang-min, Lim Seul-ong and Jeong Jinwoon. The band was formed by JYP Entertainment through the Mnet documentary Hot Blood, which spawned the eleven-member boy band One Day; 2AM primarily perform ballad songs while their brother group 2PM performed more dance-focused music. With the addition of Changmin from Big Hit Entertainment, now known as Big Hit Music, the group was co-managed by JYP and Big Hit from 2008 to 2014. They officially debuted on July 11, 2008, on KBS' Music Bank, performing their debut single "This Song". The group also debuted in Japan with the single "Never Let You Go: Shindemo Hanasanai" in January 2012.

2013

List of episodes (2013)
Episode # Broadcast Date Guests Notes
309 January 2, 2013 Yum Kyung-hwan [ko], Hong Seok-cheon, Sean Lee [ko], Yoon Sung-ho [ko] Part 1
310 January 9, 2013 Yum Kyung-hwan [ko], Hong Seok-cheon, Sean Lee [ko], Yoon Sung-ho [ko] Part 2
311 January 16, 2013 Ko Chang-seok, Lee Jong-hyuk, Im Hyung-joon
312 January 23, 2013 Girls' Generation (Yoona, Taeyeon, Tiffany, Hyoyeon, Sunny, Sooyoung, Yuri, Jessica, Seohyun)
313 January 30, 2013 Park Hak-ki [ko], Han Dong-joon [ko], Hong Kyung-min, Jo Jung-chi Kim Kwang-seok Special
314 February 6, 2013 Kang Ye-bin [ko], Park Eun-ji, G.NA
315 February 13, 2013 Choi Joon-yong [ko], Kim Kwang-kyu, Jung Man-sik
316 February 20, 2013 Wang Jong-geun [ko], Yoon Young-mi [ko], Kim Sung-kyung, Kim Kyung-ran
317 February 27, 2013 Sam, Nancy Lang, Muzie [ko], Kim Sung-kyu Part 1
318 March 6, 2013 Sam, Nancy Lang, Muzie [ko], Kim Sung-kyu
Danny Ahn (g.o.d), Chun Myung-hoon (NRG), Kim Jae-duck (Sechs Kies), Lee Jae-won (H.O.T.)
Part 2
First Generation of Idols Special: Part 1
319 March 13, 2013 Danny Ahn (g.o.d), Chun Myung-hoon (NRG), Kim Jae-duck (Sechs Kies), Lee Jae-won (H.O.T.) First Generation of Idols Special: Part 2
320 March 20, 2013 Kim Ae-gyeong [ko], Jo Min- ki, Kim Bo-sung, Jang Hyun-sung
321 March 27, 2013 Clazziquai (Horan, Alex), Jung-in, Lee Jung
322 April 3, 2013 Yoo Jun-sang, Oh Jong-hyuk, Ji Chang-wook, Lee Jeong-yeol [ko] The Days Musical Special
323 April 10, 2013 Choi Hong-man, Kim Tae-woo, Kim Young-ho Giants Special
324 April 17, 2013 Lee Moon-se, Yoon Do-hyun, Cultwo (Jung Chan-woo, Kim Tae-gyun)
325 April 24, 2013 Kim Jung-hyun, Hong Kyung-in [ko], Lee Min-woo
326 May 1, 2013 Spring Summer Fall Winter, Vibe Legendary Musical Duos Special
327 May 8, 2013 Shinhwa (Lee Min-woo, Jun Jin, Andy Lee, Eric Mun, Kim Dong-wan, Shin Hye-sung)
328 May 15, 2013 2PM (Chansung, Nichkhun, Taecyeon, Wooyoung, Jun. K, Junho)
329 May 22, 2013 Lee Hong-gi, Im Won-hee, Baek Jin-hee, Shim Yi-young Rockin' on Heaven's Door Movie Special
330 May 9, 2013 Lee Hyori, Moon Hee-joon, Kim Jong-min Leaders Special
331 June 5, 2013 Kim Jung-min, Kim Jung-min [ko], Lee Ji-hoon, Lee Ji-hoon
332 June 12, 2013 Hong Jin-Young, Park Wan-gyu, Shin Ji, Kim Shin-young
333 June 19, 2013 Kim Jin-soo (ko), Choi Song-hyun, After School (Lizzy, Nana)
334 June 26, 2013 Park Myung-soo, Koo Joon-yeob, Kahi, Don Spike
335 July 3, 2013 Kolleen Park, BMK, Kim Hyeong-seok, Ivy
336 July 10, 2013 Shin Sung-woo, Jang Ho-il [ko], Kang Sung-jin, Sungmin Jack the Ripper Musical Special
337 July 17, 2013 Kim Jun-hee [ko], Ahn Sun-yeong [ko], Jung Ju-ri [ko], Jay Park
338 July 24, 2013 Kim Heung-gook, Lee Joon, Sayuri, Clara
339 July 31, 2013 Hong Ki-hoon [ko], Park Nam-hyun [ko], Yoo Tae-woong [ko]
340 August 7, 2013 Lee Hyun-do [ko], Verbal Jint, Muzie [ko], Ha Ha, Skull
341 August 21, 2013 f(x) (Sulli, Krystal) Defconn, Kim Kyung-min [ko]
342 August 28, 2013 Choo Sung-hoon, Kim Dong-hyun, Bae Myung-ho [ko], Shin So-yul
343 September 4, 2013 Park Jin-young, KARA (Seungyeon, Hara, Jiyoung)
344 September 11, 2013 Sumi Jo, Kangta, JK Kim Dong-wook, G.O (MBLAQ)
345 September 18, 2013 Kim Min-jong, Park Hyung-sik (ZE:A), Key (SHINee), Dana Bonnie and Clyde Musical Special
346 September 25, 2013 Shin Bong-seon, Jang Dong-min, Christina, Song Ho-joon
347 October 2, 2013 Kim Hae-sook, Kim Jung-tae, Kim Sung-oh, Lee Si-eon Tough as Iron Movie Special
348 October 9, 2013 Kim Soo-yong [ko], Lim Kim, Bong Man-dae, Ryeowook
349 October 16, 2013 Jun Hyun-moo, Jung Kyung-ho, John Park
350 October 23, 2013 Park Ji-yoon, Seo In-young, Lady Jane, RiSe (Ladies' Code)
351 October 30, 2013 Yang Dong-geun, Lee Tae-im, Yuk Joong-wan [ko] (Rose Motel [ko]), Jung Joon-young
352 November 6, 2013 Kim Su-ro, Kan Mi-youn, Shim Eun-jin, Lim Jeong-hee
353 November 13, 2013 Im Chang-jung, Jung Sung-hwa, Choi Hyun-woo [ko], Maeng Seung-ji [ko]
354 November 20, 2013 Lee Bong-won [ko], Kim Shin-young, K.Will, Han Jae-kwon
355 November 27, 2013 Jung Joon, Kim Yoo-mi, Jo Se-ho, Navi [ko]
356 December 4, 2013 Choi Min-soo, Hyolyn (SISTAR), Sandeul (B1A4), Sleepy (Untouchable)
357 December 11, 2013 Yoon Do-hyun, Lena Park, Bobby Kim, Yiruma
358 December 18, 2013 Jang Jin, Park Gun-hyung, Kim Seul-gi, Kim Yeon-woo December [ko] Movie Special
359 December 25, 2013 Yoon Sung-ho [ko], Jo Se-ho, Hong Jin-young, Jay Park, Sleepy (Untouchable)

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Hong Seok-cheon

Hong Seok-cheon

Hong Seok-cheon is a South Korean actor, television personality, restaurateur and member of the dissolved Democratic Labor Party. He caused considerable controversy in his home country when he came out as gay in 2000, and remains the most prominent openly gay celebrity in Korea.

Ko Chang-seok

Ko Chang-seok

Ko Chang-seok is a South Korean actor. Ko began his career on stage, performing in plays and musicals for many years before moving on to bit parts in films. He once earned his living by working on farms and in iron foundries, then acquired fame through his scene-stealing roles in Jang Hoon's films, notably as the movie director in Rough Cut (2008), and the Vietnamese gang boss in Secret Reunion (2010). He has since become one of the busiest supporting actors in Korean cinema.

Im Hyung-joon

Im Hyung-joon

Im Hyung-joon is a South Korean actor.

Girls' Generation

Girls' Generation

Girls' Generation, also known as SNSD, is a South Korean girl group formed by SM Entertainment. The group is composed of eight members: Taeyeon, Sunny, Tiffany, Hyoyeon, Yuri, Sooyoung, Yoona, and Seohyun. Originally a nine-piece ensemble, Jessica departed from the group in September 2014. Among the prominent South Korean figures and most popular K-pop groups worldwide, Girls' Generation has earned numerous accolades and the honorific nickname "The Nation's Girl Group" in their home country.

Im Yoon-ah

Im Yoon-ah

Im Yoon-ah, known mononymously as Yoona, is a South Korean singer and actress. After training for five years, she debuted as a member of girl group Girls' Generation in August 2007, which went on to become one of the best-selling artists in South Korea and one of South Korea's most popular girl groups worldwide. Apart from her group's activities, Yoona has participated in various television dramas, notably You Are My Destiny (2008), which marked her career breakthrough and earned her the Best New Actress awards at the 23rd KBS Drama Awards and the 45th Baeksang Arts Awards.

Kim Hyo-yeon

Kim Hyo-yeon

Kim Hyo-yeon, referred to as Hyoyeon or DJ Hyo, is a South Korean singer, dancer, DJ, and television personality. She debuted as a member of the girl group Girls' Generation in August 2007, which went on to become one of the best-selling artists in South Korea and one of the most popular K-pop groups worldwide. She has since participated in other SM Entertainment projects, including Girls' Generation-Oh!GG and Got the Beat. Since 2016, she has also released singles as a solo artist.

Choi Soo-young

Choi Soo-young

Choi Soo-young, professionally known as Sooyoung, is a South Korean singer, actress and songwriter. She was a member of the short-lived Korean-Japanese singing duo Route 0 during 2002 in Japan. After returning to South Korea in 2004, Sooyoung eventually became a member of girl group Girls' Generation in 2007, which went on to become one of the best-selling artists in South Korea and one of South Korea's most popular girl groups worldwide. Apart from her group's activities, Sooyoung has also starred in various television dramas such as The Third Hospital (2012), Dating Agency: Cyrano (2013), My Spring Days (2014), Squad 38 (2016), Man in the Kitchen (2017–2018), Tell Me What You Saw (2020), and most recently in Run On (2021), So I Married the Anti-fan (2021), and If You Wish Upon Me (2022).

Jessica Jung

Jessica Jung

Jessica Jung, also known by the mononym Jessica, is a South Korean-American singer-songwriter, actress, author, fashion designer and businesswoman known for her work as a former member of South Korean girl group Girls' Generation. As an actress, Jung portrayed Elle Woods in the Korean version of the musical Legally Blonde in 2010 and played a role in the television drama Wild Romance in 2012. In August 2014, she established a fashion brand, Blanc & Eclare. The next month, she was dismissed from Girls' Generation due to alleged conflicts between the group's schedule and her own business activities. Following the dismissal, Jessica ended her contract with SM Entertainment in 2015 and signed with Coridel Entertainment in 2016, prior to the release of her debut solo album With Love, J. In May 2018, she signed a contract with United Talent Agency. Her debut best-selling novel Shine was released in September 2020.

Hong Kyung-min

Hong Kyung-min

Hong Kyung-min is a South Korean singer and actor. As a singer, Hong has released 10 albums and is best known for his 2000 hit song "Shaky Friendship".

Jo Jung-chi

Jo Jung-chi

Jo Jung-chi is a South Korean singer-songwriter and actor. He is best known for starring in the reality TV show We Got Married 4 alongside his now real-life wife, singer Choi Jung-in, in 2013.

Kim Kwang-seok

Kim Kwang-seok

Kim Kwang-seok was a popular and influential South Korean folk rock singer. He debuted in 1987 as a member of Noraereul Channeun Saramdeul, an activist folk band. He achieved widespread popularity as a member of the folk band Dongmulwon, which debuted in 1988. The following year, in 1989, he released his first solo album.

G.NA

G.NA

Gina Jane Choi, better known by her stage name G.NA, is a Korean Canadian singer, songwriter and actress based in South Korea. She released her debut EP, Draw G's First Breath, on July 14, 2010.

2014

List of episodes (2014)
Note: This list's episode numbers are inaccurate.
Episode # Broadcast Date Guests Notes
360 January 1, 2014 Kim Sung-joo, Robert Holley, Kim Kyung-ho, Soo Bin 2014 New Year's Day Special.
361 January 8, 2014 Lee Yeon-hee, Lee Ki-woo, Seung-jae [ko], Kim Ye-won
362 January 15, 2014 Shin-Soo Choo
363 January 22, 2014
364 January 29, 2014 Son Ho-jun, Baro, Park Ki-woong, No Min-woo, Seo Kang-joon 2014 (Lunar) New Year's Day Special.
First recording at the new building in Sangam-dong, and
first public broadcasting since the launch of the program.
365 February 5, 2014 Lee Byung-joon, Ra Mi-ran, Kim Ki-bang, Choi Woo-shik
366 February 26, 2014 Gain, Yoon Hyeong-bin [ko], Hong Jin-kyung, Lee Min-woo, Park Hwi-soon [ko]
367 March 5, 2014 CNBLUE CNBLUE's comeback special.
368 March 12, 2014 Girls' Generation (Taeyeon, Tiffany, Jessica, Sunny, Yuri) Girls' Generation comeback special.
369 March 19, 2014 Heo Ji-ung [ko], Hong Jin-ho, Simon Dominic, Zico (Block B)
370 March 26, 2014 Namkoong Min, Hong Jin-young, Jung Joon-young, Park Se-young, Jang Wooyoung We Got Married Season 4 special.
371 April 2, 2014 Lee Seung-hwan, Lyn, HUE, Junil Jung
372 April 9, 2014 Kim Eung-soo, Song Eun-i, Yoon Ki-won, Kim Young-chul
373 April 30, 2014 Seo Jang-hoon, Kim Min-jong, Jun Hyun-moo, Soyou
374 May 7, 2014 Song Seung-heon, Cho Yeo-jeong, On Joo-wan, Kim Dae-woo Obsessed special.
375 May 14, 2014 Kim Sung-joo, Song Chong-gug, Ahn Jung-hwan, Seo Hyeong-wook Brazil World Cup D-30 special.
376 May 21, 2014 Bae Cheol-soo, Younha, Kim Hyeon-cheol, Park Joon-hyung MBC Radio DJ special.
377 May 28, 2014 Jang Su-won, Kang Min-kyung, Lizzy, Park Dong-bin
378 June 11, 2014 Kang Sue-jin, Baek Ji-young, Kim Sung-ryung
379 June 18, 2014 Sim Hyeon-seob, Kim Ji-hoon, Lee Jung, Park Hyun-bin
382 June 25, 2014 MC Gree, Kwak Dong-yeon, Kim Yoo-jung, Noh Tae-yeop
383 July 2, 2014 Park Sang-min, San E, Han Jung-soo, Im Dae-ho
384 July 9, 2014 Lee Sang-bong, Bang Si-hyuk, Choi Yeo-jin, Sam Okyere
385 July 16, 2014 Lee Dong-jun, Raymon Kim, Lee Jae-yoon, Swings
386 July 23, 2014 Song Chang-eui, Jo Jung-suk, Oh Jong-hyuk, Jang Seung-jo Blood Brothers musical special.
387 July 30, 2014 Jo Kwan-woo, Kim Ga-yeon, Yoo Sang-moo, Kim Da-som (Sistar)
388 August 6, 2014 Son Byong-ho, Yeon Woo-jin, Jeong Yu-mi, Min Do-hee The Tunnel special.
389 August 13, 2014 Kim Su-ro, Kang Sung-jin, Im Hyung-joon, Kim Min-kyo
390 August 20, 2014 Lee Byung-jin, Jang Dong-hyuk (comedian), Kim Tae-hyun, Sayuri Fujita
391 August 27, 2014 Lee Kye-in, Yoo Jung-hyun, Hwang Hyun-hee, DinDin
392 September 3, 2014 Shin Hae-chul, Noh Yoo-min, Yoon Min-soo
393 September 10, 2014 Won Ki-joon, Go Se-won, Lee Kyu-han, Oh Chang-seok Chuseok special.
394 September 17, 2014 Kim Jong-min, Shin Bong-sun, Rhymer (musician)
395 September 24, 2014 Cha Tae-hyun, Kim Kang-hyun, Kim Young-tak (director) Slow Video special.
396 October 1, 2014 Sul Woon-du and his son Lumin (singer), Jang Kwang-soon and his son Jang Dong-min Father-son special
397 October 8, 2014 Super Junior (Choi Si-won, Leeteuk, Kangin, Eunhyuk) Super Junior's Comeback Special
398 October 15, 2014 Hyun Jin-young, Kim Ji-hyun, Kim Hyun-wook, Sung Dae-hyun
399 October 22, 2014 Joon Park (g.o.d), Song Kyung-ah, Mino (Free Style), Son Dong-woon (Beast)
400 October 29, 2014 Kim Kwang-min, Jang Ki-ho, Jo Kyu-chan, Park Won (One More Chance) Yoo Jae-ha special.
401 November 5, 2014 Shin Soo-ji, Park Ji-eun, Song Ga-yeon, Seo Hee-joo
402 November 12, 2014 Kim Roi-ha, Lee Chae-young, Kim Won-hae, Lee Chul-min
403 November 19, 2014 Kim Bum-soo, Park Ju-won, Chang Kiha, Yohei Hasegawa
404 November 26, 2014 Oh Man-seok, Ko Chang-seok, Jung Sun-ah, Han Sun-chun Kinky Boots special.
405 December 3, 2014 Cho Jae-hyun, Lee Kwang-ki, Im Ho, Hwang Young-hee
406 December 10, 2014 Kangnam (M.I.B), Lee Hyeri (Girl's Day), Choi Tae-joon, Yoo Byung-jae
407 December 17, 2014 Yoon Hyun-min, Bada (S.E.S.), Baro (B1A4), Jackson Wang (Got7)
408 December 24, 2014 Joon Park (g.o.d), Seo Jang-hoon, Choi Yeo-jin, Lee Kyu-han

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Kim Sung-joo (presenter)

Kim Sung-joo (presenter)

Kim Sung-joo is a South Korean television host and a former announcer. A former sports broadcaster and presenter, he became known to the wider public as a variety show host and for his stint on the reality-variety show Dad! Where Are We Going?.

Kim Kyung-ho

Kim Kyung-ho

Kim Kyung-ho is a South Korean singer who is often referred to as a "legend of rock" for his efforts in bringing rock music to South Korea and his four octave vocal range. He makes frequent appearances on South Korean variety shows.

Lee Yeon-hee

Lee Yeon-hee

Lee Yeon-hee is a South Korean actress. She is most known for her work in the television series East of Eden (2008), Phantom (2012), Miss Korea (2013), The Package (2017); and in the films A Millionaire's First Love (2006), M (2007) and Detective K: Secret of the Lost Island (2015).

Lee Ki-woo

Lee Ki-woo

Lee Ki-woo is a South Korean actor. He is best known for his roles in The Classic (2003), Tale of Cinema (2005), A Love to Kill (2005), Flower Boy Ramyun Shop (2011), Rain or Shine (2017–2018), and My Liberation Notes (2022).

Baro (singer)

Baro (singer)

Cha Sun-woo, better known by his stage name Baro, is a South Korean rapper, singer, lyricist, and actor. He is a former member of boy group B1A4 and is currently under HODU&U Entertainment. He made his acting debut through the hit 2013 cable drama Reply 1994 and additionally received critical acclaim for his role in the television series God's Gift - 14 Days (2014) and Angry Mom (2015).

No Min-woo

No Min-woo

No Min-woo is a South Korean actor, musician, singer and songwriter. He is also known under the stage names ICON and MINUE. He debuted as a drummer in TRAX in 2004, and left the band two years later. In 2008, he began acting in various television series and movies, such as Pasta, My Girlfriend is a Nine-Tailed Fox and Full House Take 2, and he regularly contributes to movie and drama soundtracks. In 2013, No made a comeback as a singer under the stage name ICON. In 2016 he enlisted in the military, and returned in 2018. In 2020, he made a comeback as the lead singer and leader of the newly formed band The Midnight Romance.

Lee Byung-joon

Lee Byung-joon

Lee Byung-joon is a South Korean actor. Active in film, television and theater since 1985, Lee is best known for his supporting roles in A Bloody Aria (2006), Highway Star (2007), and Eye for an Eye (2008). On TV, he appeared in the sitcoms Kokkiri (Elephant) (2008), Oh My God (2011) and Salamander Guru and The Shadows (2012), as well as the dramas Secret Garden (2010) and Dream High (2011).

Kim Ki-bang

Kim Ki-bang

Kim Ki-bang is a South Korean actor. Since his acting debut in 2005, Kim has played supporting roles in television dramas such as Boys Over Flowers (2009), Golden Time (2012), Gu Family Book (2013), Medical Top Team (2013), My Lovely Girl (2014), and Heart to Heart (2015). He played his first leading role in the film Geochang Massacre - Bloody Winter (2013).

Choi Woo-shik

Choi Woo-shik

Choi Woo-shik is an South Korean-Canadian actor based in South Korea. He first gained widespread recognition for his leading role in the film Set Me Free (2014). He then co-starred in the films Train to Busan (2016) and Parasite (2019), both of which received international critical acclaim and success, the latter winning the Palme d'Or at Cannes and the Academy Award for Best Picture.

Gain (singer)

Gain (singer)

Son Ga-in, known mononymously as Gain, is a South Korean singer, actress and entertainer, best known as a member of the South Korean girl group Brown Eyed Girls. Having debuted with her home group earlier in 2006, Gain eventually made her solo debut in October 2010 with Step 2/4 to great commercial success, and has since released a total of six extended plays. In addition to her musical career, the singer also appeared in several native programs and series, most notably We Got Married and All My Love, where she co-starred alongside 2AM's Jo Kwon.

Hong Jin-kyung

Hong Jin-kyung

Hong Jin-kyung is a South Korean entrepreneur, model, host, comedian and actress. She featured in the television series My Love from the Star (2013), The Legend of the Blue Sea (2016), and starred in the variety show Off to School (2014). She first became known due to her kimchi-making business which started from her mother's recipe.

Lee Min-woo

Lee Min-woo

Lee Min-woo, also known mononymously credited as M as a solo artist, is a South Korean entertainer, known as a member of the South Korean boy band Shinhwa. Lee was the first Shinhwa member to debut as a solo artist in 2003, and has since released three studio albums.

2015

List of episodes (2015)
Episode # Broadcast Date Guests Notes
409 January 7, 2015 Lee Dae-ho, Oh Seung-hwan, Jeong Jun-ha
410 January 14, 2015
411 January 21, 2015 Yoo Jun-sang, Um Ki-joon, Lee Gun-myung
412 January 28, 2015 Kim Sung-soo, Kim Gun-mo, Lee Bon, Kim Hyun-jung Infinite Challenge Saturday, Saturday's: I Am A Singer special.
413 February 4, 2015 Han Seong-ho (founder, FNC Entertainment), Park Gwang-hyun, Jung Yong-hwa (CNBLUE), Sung Hyuk FNC Entertainment special.
414 February 11, 2015 Kim Seung-soo, Jo Dong-hyuk, Junggigo, Kang Kyun-sung (Noel) Valentine's Day special.
415 February 18, 2015 Park Tam-hee, Shim Yi-young, Jang Youngran, Jung Kyung-mi Korean New Year special.
416 February 25, 2015 Seo Tae-hwa, Choi Hyun-seok, Brian Joo, Maeng Ki-yong
417 March 4, 2015 Amber (f(x)), Kim Min-soo, Jang Do-yeon, Song Jong-hak
418 March 11, 2015 Lee Chang-hoon, Lee Hyun-woo, Hyun Woo, Eddy Kim
419 March 18, 2015 Kim Ji-young, Kang Ye-won, Park Ha-sun, Ahn Young-mi Real Men 2 special.
420 March 25, 2015 Choi Jung-won, Ryu Jae-hyun, Kim Jae-duc (Sechs Kies), Shorry J
421 April 1, 2015 Lee Hyun-do, Cho PD, Lee Hong-gi (F.T. Island), Kim Poong
422 April 8, 2015 Lee Jae-hoon, Lee Jung, Bang Eun-hee, Kim Sook
423 April 15, 2015 Kim Heung-gook, Kim Bu-seon, Lee Hoon, Hwang Kwanghee
424 April 22, 2015 Im Won-hee, Jung Gyu-woon, Kim Young-chul, Sam Kim Real Men 2 special.
425 April 29, 2015 Kim Eung-soo, Shin Jung-geun, Park Eun-hye, Jin Se-yeon Enemies In-Law special.
426 May 6, 2015 Jung Woong-in, Jang Hyun-sung, Choi Won-young, Seo Hyun-chul
427 May 13, 2015 Kim Dong-wan, Yuk Jung-wan (Rose Motel), Kangnam (M.I.B), Hwang Seok-jeong I Live Alone special.
428 May 20, 2015 Kang Susie, Im Soo-hyang, Kim Sae-rom, Park Choa (AOA)
429 May 27, 2015 Kim Sung-joo, Kim Hyung-suk, Kahi (After School, Luna (f(x)), Yook Sungjae (BtoB) King of Mask Singer special.
430 June 3, 2015 Lee Seung-chul, Jung Yup, Gummy, Kim Sung-kyu
431 June 10, 2015 Ock Joo-hyun, Lee Ji-hoon, Shin Sung-rok, Kim Soo-yong The musical Elisabeth special.
432 June 17, 2015 Jeong Bo-seok, Shim Hyun-sub, Lee Hyung-chul, Jang Won-young
433 June 24, 2015 Jun Hyo-seong, Soyou (Sistar), Ye Jung-hwa, Kim Yeon-jung
434 July 1, 2015 Yoon Park, Jeon So-min, Sleepy, Jung Sang-hoon
435 July 8, 2015 Park Hyo-joo, Jang So-yeon (actress), Ha Jae-sook, Lee Mi-do
436 July 15, 2015 Super Junior (Leeteuk, Kim Hee-chul, Choi Si-won, Eunhyuk, Donghae, Yesung) Super Junior's comeback special & 10th anniversary
437 July 22, 2015 Hong Seok-cheon, Lee Guk-joo, Shin Ji-min (AOA), Joo-heon (Monsta X)
438 July 29, 2015 Jeong Chang-wook, Huh Gak, Kang Ye-bin (actress), Bae Soo-jung
439 August 5, 2015 Shoo, Hwang Hye-young, Lee Ji-hyun, Jadu
440 August 12, 2015 Yoo Sun, Cha Ye-ryun, Kim Sung-kyun, Kim Hye-seong Cast of the film 'The Chosen: Forbidden Cave'
441 August 19, 2015 Park Ji-yoon, Joo Young-hoon, Seohyun (Girls' Generation), Shim Hyung-tak
442 August 26, 2015 Jo Young-nam, Yoon Hyung-joo, Kim Se-hwan, Jo Jung-min
443 September 2, 2015 Im Chang-jung, Jun Jin (Shinhwa), Zion.T, Hwang Chi-yeul
444 September 9, 2015 Oh Jeong-yeon, Stephanie, Go Woo-ri (Rainbow), Oh Na-mi
445 September 16, 2015 Kim Jang-hoon, Jung Kyung-ho, Kim Yong-jun, Park Hwi-soon
446 September 23, 2015 Oh Se-deuk (chef), Yoon Jung-soo, Park Na-rae, Yoo Jae-hwan
447 September 30, 2015 Park Kyung-lim, Jin Yi-han, Kang Seul-gi (Red Velvet), Gray
448 October 7, 2015 Park Hyuk-kwon, Lee Byeong-heon, Park Byung-eun, Jo Dal-hwan
449 October 14, 2015 Hwang Jae-geun, Victoria Song, Lee Tae-ri, Kim Hee-jung
450 October 21, 2015 Roy Kim, Shin A-young, Jo Seung-yeon, Kim So-jung
451 October 28, 2015 Shin Seung-hun, Lee Hyun-woo, K.Will, Yuju
452 November 4, 2015 Kim Beop-rae, Cha Sun-bae, Choi Byung-mo, Kim Jae-hwa
453 November 11, 2015 Jung Joon-ho, Moon Jeong-hee, Bang Min-ah, Lee Minhyuk(BtoB) Sweet, Savage Family special
454 November 18, 2015 Kim Sang-hyuk, Shim Mina, Lee Sang-hoon (comedian), Lee Min-woong
455 November 25, 2015 Narsha, Park Jun-Myun, Hong Yoon-hwa, Hwang Mi-young
456 December 2, 2015 Hwang Seok-jeong, Kim Yeon-woo, Kim Young-chul, Park Seul-gi, Kim Min-jae MBC 54th anniversary special.
457 December 9, 2015 Kwon Oh-joong, Kim Jung-min, Son Jun-ho, Cho Yeon-woo
458 December 16, 2015 Lena Park, Jessi, Jackson Wang (Got7), Cao Lu (Fiestar)
459 December 23, 2015 Seo Jang-hoon, Lee Ha-nui, Lee Guk-joo, Sam Kim Christmas Special

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Dae-ho Lee

Dae-ho Lee

Dae-ho Lee is a former South Korean professional baseball player who played as a first baseman for the Lotte Giants of the KBO League. Lee had previously played for the Orix Buffaloes and Fukuoka SoftBank Hawks of Nippon Professional Baseball (NPB), and the Seattle Mariners of Major League Baseball (MLB).

Jeong Jun-ha

Jeong Jun-ha

Jeong Jun-ha is a South Korean comedian and entertainer. His well-known motto is "(Whether they) give love or not, (he) always gives love: Jeong Jun-ha".

Kim Gun-mo

Kim Gun-mo

Kim Gun-mo is a South Korean singer-songwriter, who is considered the country's most successful musical artist of the 1990s. His 1995 album, Wrongful Meeting, previously held the Guinness World Record for the best-selling album of all time in South Korea. Since his debut in 1992, Kim has released 13 full-length albums and has won numerous awards, including Album of the Year at the Golden Disc Awards for three consecutive years from 1994 to 1996. In 2011, he received a presidential commendation from the South Korean government for his contributions to popular culture.

Kim Hyun-jung (singer)

Kim Hyun-jung (singer)

Kim Hyun-jung is a South Korean pop singer. Well known as the "Long-legged singer", and with the experience of performing in a heavy metal band, Kim made her debut as a female solo singer with the dance-infused "Legend". The song "Breakup with Her" was a fast-tempo song with strong beats that shot Kim quickly to the top. The song "Lonely Love" was also a great hit. Since her debut, Kim Hyun-jung has succeeded in releasing great songs, usually dance numbers.

Infinite Challenge

Infinite Challenge

Infinite Challenge is a South Korean television entertainment program, distributed and syndicated by MBC, that ran from 2005 to 2018.

FNC Entertainment

FNC Entertainment

FNC Entertainment is a South Korean entertainment company established in 2006 by South Korean singer and record producer Han Seong-ho. The label operates as a record label, talent agency, music production company, event management and concert production company, and music publishing house. The label previously known as FNC Music, only managed musicians but later changed its name to FNC Entertainment in 2012 and began to broaden their business field of entertainment. It has since January 2012, been based in its own company offices in Cheongdam-dong.

Jung Yong-hwa

Jung Yong-hwa

Jung Yong-hwa is a South Korean singer, musician and actor. He is the leader, lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist of the rock band CNBLUE. Jung made his television debut in You're Beautiful (2009), and has since starred in television dramas Heartstrings (2011), Marry Him If You Dare (2013), The Three Musketeers (2014), and The Package (2017). On the music front, Jung also made his solo debut with the album One Fine Day in 2015.

CNBLUE

CNBLUE

CNBLUE is a South Korean pop rock band formed in 2009. The band consists of Jung Yong-hwa, Kang Min-hyuk (drums), and Lee Jung-shin (bass). First bassist Kwon Kwang-jin left the band after they released their debut Japanese extended play Now or Never in 2009, and was replaced by Lee Jung-shin. Lee Jong-hyun left the band on August 28, 2019.

Kim Seung-soo

Kim Seung-soo

Kim Seung-Soo is a South Korean actor.

Jo Dong-hyuk

Jo Dong-hyuk

Jo Dong-hyuk is a South Korean actor. He made his acting debut in Make It Big (2002), followed by erotic films Hypnotized (2004), The Intimate (2005), and Searching for the Elephant (2009). On television, Jo starred in family dramas Likeable or Not (2007) and The Moon and Stars for You (2012), period action thriller Yaksha (2010), and medical drama Brain (2011).

Junggigo

Junggigo

Go Jung-gi, better known by his stage name Junggigo, is a South Korean singer.

Noel (band)

Noel (band)

Noel (Korean: 노을) is a South Korean boy band consisting of Jeon Woo-sung, Lee Sang-gon, Na Sung-ho and Kang Kyun-sung.

2016

List of episodes (2016)
Episode # Broadcast Date Guests Notes
460 January 6, 2016 Kim Seung-woo, Lee Tae-sung, Oh Man-seok, Kim Jung-tae Why Did You Come to Our House special
461 January 13, 2016 Kim Sook, Hani (EXID), Kwak Si-yang, Hwang Je-seong Heart Stealer special
462 January 20, 2016 Park So-dam, Lee Hae-young, Lee El, Jo Se-ho
463 January 27, 2016 Ryeowook (Super Junior), Henry Lau (Super Junior-M), Jung Joon-young, Zico (Block B) Stone (dol) + Idol special
464 February 3, 2016 Park Na-rae, Yang Se-chan, Jang Do-yeon, Yang Se-hyung
465 February 10, 2016
466 February 17, 2016 Kang Ha-neul, Kim Shin-young, Kim Dong-hyun, Han Jae-young
467 February 24, 2016 Ji Suk-jin, Choi Seung-gook, Chen (EXO), Kim Eun-seong
468 March 2, 2016 Lee Se-young, Lee Yi-kyung, Dong Hyun-bae, Nayeon (Twice)
469 March 9, 2016 Woo Hyeon, Kim Tae Jin, Hwang Eui Jun, Kim Sung-eun, Nana (After School) Face Wars special
470 March 16, 2016 Yoo Yeol, Jung Won-kwan, In Gyo-jin, Lee Yoon-suk
471 March 23, 2016 Lee Sung-kyung, Tae Hang-ho, Defconn, Heo Kyung-hwan
472 March 30, 2016 Namkoong Min, Lee Dong-hwi, Seolhyun (AOA), Yoon Jung-soo You're the Best special
473 April 6, 2016 Navi, Jang Dong-min, Yoo Se-yoon, Yoo Sang-moo
474 April 20, 2016 Tak Jae-hoon, Kim Heung-gook, Lee Chun-soo, Kim Him-chan (B.A.P)
475 April 27, 2016 Cha Tae-hyun, Bae Seong-woo, Victoria (f(x)), Choi Jin-ho
476 May 4, 2016 Lee Seung-chul, Kangin (Super Junior), Brave Brothers, Dana
477 May 11, 2016 Park Jin-young, Min Hyo-rin, G.Soul, Jo Kwon (2AM) JYP Entertainment special
478 May 18, 2016 Park Jae-jung (Superstar K5), Hwang Chi-yeul, Lee Hyun-jae, Kim Min-suk
479 May 25, 2016 Ha Seok-jin, Kim Ji-seok, Han Hye-jeon & Han Hye-jin
480 June 1, 2016 Eun Ji-won, Lee Jae-jin, Kim Jae-duc, Kang Sung-hoon, Jang Su-won Sechs Kies special
481 June 8, 2016 Seo Kang-joon & Kang Tae-oh (5urprise), Kang Kyun-sung & Jeon Woo-sung (Noel)
482 June 15, 2016 MC Gree, Shin Dong-woo, Lee Soo-min, Shannon Williams, Im Da-young (Cosmic Girls)
483 June 22, 2016 Ha Hyun-woo (Guckkasten), Tei, Hyolyn (Sistar), Han Dong-geun King of Mask Singer special
484 June 29, 2016 Lee Yoon-seok, Han Cheol-woo, Lee Kyung-kyu, Yoo Jae-hwan, Yoon Hyung-bin
485 July 6, 2016
486 July 13, 2016 Dok2, Kim Bo-sung, Shin Dong-ho, Joo Woo-jae Turn Up special
487 July 20, 2016 Jeong Jinwoon, Jo Hyun-ah (Urban Zakapa), Kian84, Park Tae-joon Crazy Friends special
488 July 27, 2016 Kangta (H.O.T.), Lee Jin-ho, Yang Se-chan, Lee Yong-jin
489 August 3, 2016 Lee Sang-min, Sol Bi, Kyungri (Nine Muses), Kwon Hyuk-soo Sweet and Salty special
490 August 24, 2016 Kim Su-ro, Kim Min-jong, Lee Han-wi, Lee Dong Ha, YooA (Oh My Girl)
491 August 31, 2016 Simon Dominic, Gray, Zico (Block B), Lee Sun-bin
492 September 7, 2016 Jung Hae-kyun, Choi Gwi-hwa, Oh Dae-hwan, Lee Si-eon Supporting actors special

Yang Se-hyung filled in as MC for Cho Kyuhyun, who took a break to get treatment for vocal fold nodules.

493 September 14, 2016 Kim Jun-hyun, Moon Se-yoon, Yoo Min-sang, Kim Min-kyung, Lee Soo-ji
494 September 21, 2016 Cho Jae-hyun, Park Hyuk-kwon, Park Chul-min, Lee Joon-hyuk Son Dong-woon (Beast) filled in as MC for Cho Kyuhyun, who took a break to get treatment for vocal fold nodules.
495 September 28, 2016 Gain, Seo In-young, Hwayobi, Solar (Mamamoo) Girl Crush special

Yook Sungjae (BtoB) filled in as MC for Cho Kyuhyun, who took a break to get treatment for vocal fold nodules.

496 October 5, 2016 Kim Dae-hee, Park Kyung (Block B), Kim Joon-ho, Kisum Comedians special
497 October 19, 2016 Kang Susie, Kim Wan-sun, Park Soo-hong, Kim Soo-yong Flaming Youth special
498 October 26, 2016
499 November 2, 2016 Joon Park, Jay Park, Lee Guk-joo, Sleepy (Untouchable)
500 November 9, 2016 Kim Hee-chul (Super Junior), Lee Soo-geun, Yoo Se-yoon, Woo Seung-min, Han Dong-geun 500th Episode Special
501 November 16, 2016 Shim Hyung-tak, Song Jae-hee, Jeongyeon and Sana (Twice), Lee Sang-joon
502 November 23, 2016 Kim Hyun-wook, Lee Ji-yeon, Han Suk-joon, Jo Woo-jong Freelance announcers
503 November 30, 2016 Kang Sung-hoon, Eun Ji-won, Lee Jae-jin, Kim Jae-duk, Jang Su-won Sechs Kies special
504 December 7, 2016 Seo Ji-hye, Tony An & Moon Hee-joon (H.O.T.), Seo Yu-ri, Irene (Red Velvet)
505 December 14, 2016 Kim Jaewon, Lee Soo-kyung (actress, born 1982), Kim Sun-young, Hwang Dong-joo
506 December 21, 2016 G-Dragon, Taeyang, T.O.P, Seungri, Daesung[1] Big Bang special
507 December 28, 2016

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Kim Seung-woo

Kim Seung-woo

Kim Seung-woo is a South Korean actor who participated in various films, television series and variety shows through out 1990 until 2022. He also works in different media platforms such as playing a talk show host role.

Lee Tae-sung

Lee Tae-sung

Lee Tae-sung is a South Korean actor. He is known for his roles in 26 Years Diary, Playful Kiss, Rooftop Prince and My Golden Life and is currently a cast member of the reality show My Little Old Boy.

Kim Jung-tae

Kim Jung-tae

Kim Jung-tae is a South Korean actor. He is best known for his supporting roles on film and television.

Kim Sook (comedian)

Kim Sook (comedian)

Kim Sook, is a South Korean comedian. The second woman to ever win the Grand Prize in Entertainment (대상), Kim Sook is one of the most sought after female comediennes that has broken barriers and paved the way for female entertainers in South Korea. Debuting at the age of 19, her career has span for almost three decades. She is currently signed with IOK COMPANY, as her agency.

Hani (singer)

Hani (singer)

Ahn Hee-yeon, professionally known as Hani, is a South Korean singer and actress. She is known as a member of the South Korean girl group EXID and its subgroup, SoljiHani. She has appeared on television as a host on Weekly Idol and a cast member on Off to School, Crime Scene and A Style for You.

Kwak Si-yang

Kwak Si-yang

Kwak Si-yang is a South Korean actor.

Lee El

Lee El

Lee El is a South Korean actress. She is best known for her supporting roles in the film Inside Men (2015), the television series It's Okay, That's Love, Guardian: The Lonely and Great God (2016–2017), A Korean Odyssey (2017-2018), and Black as well as her leading roles in the film What a Man Wants (2018) and television series My Liberation Notes (2022).

Jo Se-ho

Jo Se-ho

Jo Se-ho is a South Korean comedian.

Henry Lau

Henry Lau

Henry Lau, often mononymously referred to as Henry, is a Canadian singer, songwriter, musician, record producer, and actor based in South Korea and China. He debuted in 2008 as a member of Super Junior-M and launched his solo career in 2013 with Trap. His original soundtrack "It's You" released in 2017 became the most streamed Korean OST on Spotify for two consecutive years in 2018 and 2019. In 2018, Henry left SM Entertainment following the expiration of his contract, and subsequently joined Monster Entertainment Group.

Jung Joon-young

Jung Joon-young

Jung Joon-young is a South Korean former singer-songwriter, radio DJ, host, actor, television personality and convicted serial rapist.

Block B

Block B

Block B is a South Korean boy band managed by KQ Entertainment, and consists of seven members: Taeil, B-Bomb, Jaehyo, U-Kwon, Park Kyung, Zico, and P.O. Block B has received several accolades, including nominations for seven Golden Disc Awards and eleven Seoul Music Awards.

Jang Do-yeon

Jang Do-yeon

Jang Do-yeon, is a South Korean comedian, signed with KOEN Group. She was a cast member in MBC's variety show, We Got Married, paired with actor Choi Min-yong.

2017

List of episodes (2017)
Episode # Broadcast Date Guests Notes
508 January 4, 2017 Lee Soon-jae, Choi Min-yong, Shin Ji, Kim Hye-seong
509 January 11, 2017 DinDin, Jisoo & Rosé (Blackpink), Bewhy, Zizo
510 January 18, 2017 Ahn Jae-wook, Jung Sung-hwa, Lee Ji-hoon, Yang Jun-mo
511 January 25, 2017 Park Wan-kyu, Jung Dong-ha, Lee Jae-yoon, Kangnam, Heyne
512 February 1, 2017 Choi Eun-kyung, Kim Na-young, Hwangbo, Ye Jung-hwa, Kim Jung-min
513 February 8, 2017 Seo Hyun-cheol, Jang Hyuk-jin, Min Jin-woong, Park Kyung-hye
514 February 15, 2017 Kang Hyung-wook, Shindong (Super Junior), Shorry, Nam Sang-il
515 February 22, 2017 Kim Jeong-hoon, Seo Kyung-seok, Kang Sung-tae, Shim So-young
516 March 1, 2017 Kang Ye-won, Han Chae-ah, Sung Hyuk, Kim Ki-doo
517 March 8, 2017 Nam Hee-suk, Ji Sang-ryeol, Jo Se-ho, Nam Chang-hee
518 March 15, 2017 Yang Hee-eun, Yang Hee-kyung, Akdong Musician
519 March 22, 2017 Choo Sung-hoon, Hwang Kwanghee, Lee Ji-hye, Jeong Da-rae
520 March 29, 2017 Seo Jang-hoon, Park Joong-hoon, Kim Heung-gook, Bae Soon-tak
521 April 5, 2017 Jang Yun-jeong, Hong Jin-young, Shin Young-il, Oh Sang-jin
522 April 12, 2017 Han Eun-jung, Shim Jin-hwa, Song Min-ho, Seenroot
523 April 19, 2017 Oh Yoon-ah, Kim Jung-tae, Kim Joon-bae, Lee Jun-ho (2PM)
524 April 26, 2017 Kim Hye-eun, Kim Sung-kyun, Jo Woo-jin, Bae Jung-nam
525 May 3, 2017 Lee Tae-gon, Soyou (Sistar), Rado (Black Eyed Pilseung), Park Sung-kwang
526 May 10, 2017 Lee Jong-hyuk, Won Ki-joon, Shin Da-eun, Kim Kwang-sik
527 May 17, 2017 Psy, Kim Bum-soo, Zion.T Kang Seung-yoon (Winner) filled in as MC for Cho Kyuhyun, who was abroad filming New Journey to the West 4.
528 May 24, 2017 Choi Dae-chul, Shin Dong-wook, Heo Kyung-hwan, Yesung (Super Junior)
529 May 31, 2017 Park So-hyun, Kim Joon-ho, Kim Jong-min, Haha Cho Kyuhyun left the show due to his mandatory military service.
530 June 7, 2017 Bae Cheol-soo, Im Jin-mo, Kim Shin-young, Moon Chun-sik Seo Jang-hoon filled in as MC.
531 June 14, 2017 Yoon Min-soo, Lee Seok-hoon, John Park, Go Jae-geun Jung Joon-young filled in as MC.
532 June 21, 2017 Lee So-ra, Song Kyung-ah, Han Hye-jin, Yura (Girl's Day) Kim Sung-kyu (Infinite) filled in as MC.
533 June 28, 2017 Joon Park & Kim Tae-woo (g.o.d), Song Baek-kyoung (1TYM), Jun Jin (Shinhwa) Key (Shinee) filled in as MC.
534 July 5, 2017 Lee Hyori, Chae Ri-na, Kahi, Narsha (Brown Eyed Girls) Hwang Chi-yeul filled in as MC.
535 July 12, 2017 Choi Min-soo, Jasper Cho, Lee So-yeon, Hwang Seung-eon Lee Hong-gi (F.T. Island) filled in as MC.
536 July 19, 2017 Jang Hee-jin, Choi Yeo-jin, Son Yeo-eun, Park Jin-joo Jun Jin (Shinhwa) filled in as MC.
537 July 26, 2017 Park Hae-mi, Jeong Jun-ha, Seo Min-jung Eunhyuk (Super Junior) filled in as MC.
538 August 2, 2017 Kang Ha-neul, Dong Ha, Min Kyung-hoon, Jung Yong-hwa (CNBLUE) Sol Bi filled in as MC.
539 August 9, 2017 Kim Jong-kook & Kim Jung-nam (Turbo), Hwang Chan-sung (2PM), Kim Jin-woo (Winner) Kangnam filled in as MC.
540 August 16, 2017 Yoo Jun-sang, Ivy, Cha Ji-yeon, Park Eun-tae Jung Jin-young (B1A4) filled in as MC.
541 August 23, 2017 Baek Ji-young, Yuri, Tak Jae-hoon, Muzie Yoo Byung-jae filled in as MC.
542 August 30, 2017 Jo Min-ki, Son Mi-na, Kim Eung-soo, Kim Saeng-min Kim Ji-hoon filled in as MC.
543 November 15, 2017 Kim Byung-se, Kim Seung-soo, Kim Il-woo, Yang Ik-june Song Min-ho (Winner) filled in as MC.
544 November 22, 2017 Kim Bu-seon, Sayuri, Kang Kyun-sung, Jo Young-gu Cha Tae-hyun filled in as MC.
545 November 29, 2017 Kim Yong-man, Hong Soo-ah, Chun Myung-hoon, Kim Kyung-min Eun Ji-won (Sechs Kies) filled in as MC.
546 December 6, 2017 Shin Sung-rok, Son Dong-woon, Lee Ho-won, Kang Hong-seok John Park filled in as MC.
547 December 13, 2017 Soyou, Eric Nam, Kim Dong-jun, Kim Ho-young Yang Se-chan filled in as MC.
548 December 20, 2017 Lee Juck, Park Won, Lee Moon-se, Zion.T DinDin filled in as MC.
549 December 27, 2017 Kim Soo-yong, JooE (Momoland), Han Hyun-min, Kwon Hyun-bin (JBJ), Hong Seok-cheon Cha Tae-hyun filled in as MC.

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Choi Min-yong

Choi Min-yong

Choi Min-yong is a South Korean actor. He is best known for his role in the hit sitcom High Kick!. He was a cast member in the MBC's variety show We Got Married with comedian Jang Do-yeon.

Kim Hye-seong

Kim Hye-seong

Kim Hye-sung is a South Korean actor and model.

DinDin

DinDin

Lim Cheol (, better known by his stage name DinDin, is a South Korean rapper, producer, television personality and radio personality. He made his debut in the entertainment world in 2013 when he appeared as a contestant on “Show me the Money 2”. Since then, he has released numerous non-album singles, contributed to quite a few television drama soundtracks, and continued to make appearances on various reality programs, including “Dunia: Into a New World” and “Yo~! Welcome to Korea!” and has been a cast member of the variety show 2 Days & 1 Night Season 4 since 2019.

Jisoo

Jisoo

Kim Ji-soo, known mononymously as Jisoo, is a South Korean singer and actress. She is best known as a member of the best-selling K-pop girl group Blackpink, formed by YG Entertainment, in August 2016. Outside of her music career, she made her acting debut with a cameo role in the 2015 series The Producers and played her first leading role in the JTBC series Snowdrop (2021–22).

Blackpink

Blackpink

Blackpink is a South Korean girl group formed by YG Entertainment, consisting of members Jisoo, Jennie, Rosé, and Lisa. The group debuted in August 2016 with their single album Square One, which featured "Whistle" and "Boombayah", their first number-one entries on South Korea's Gaon Digital Chart and the US Billboard World Digital Song Sales chart, respectively.

Ahn Jae-wook

Ahn Jae-wook

Ahn Jae-wook is a South Korean actor and singer.

Jung Sung-hwa

Jung Sung-hwa

Jung Sung-hwa is a South Korean actor. He is best known in musical theatre, and has starred in Korean productions of Man of La Mancha and Les Misérables.

Jung Dong-ha

Jung Dong-ha

Jung Dong-ha is a South Korean singer, musical actor, radio personality and a vocal major professor at Kyungpook National University. Jung joined as a vocalist of South Korean rock band Boohwal in 2005, after releasing three albums with Boohwal Jung left the band in 2014.

Kangnam (singer)

Kangnam (singer)

Yasuo Namekawa, better known by his stage name Kangnam, is a Korean-Japanese singer and television personality who was the vocalist and oldest member of the South Korean hip-hop group M.I.B. He made his first recording in South Korea with the single "Say My Name" just before becoming a member of M.I.B.

Heyne (singer)

Heyne (singer)

Kim Hye-in, known by her stage name Heyne, is a South Korean singer and entertainer. She debuted in 2013 with the single, "Different."

Kim Na-young (television personality)

Kim Na-young (television personality)

Kim Na-young is a South Korean television personality, comedian, and Paris street fashion model. She was a cast member in the variety show We Got Married.

Hwangbo

Hwangbo

Hwangbo Hye-jeong, better known as Hwangbo, is a South Korean singer and rapper. She debuted in 1999 as a rapper in the group Bros, before joining the K-pop girl group Chakra in 2000. After Chakra disbanded in 2006, Hwangbo released the solo album Lady In Black in 2007. She has acted in South Korean dramas including Between Miss and Ma'am (2004) and Could Love Become Money (2012). She was also a cast member on the variety shows We Got Married (2008) and Infinite Girls (2008–2013).

2018

List of episodes (2018)
Episode # Broadcast Date Guests Notes
550 January 3, 2018 Lee Yoon-ji, Jung Si-ah, Kim Ji-woo, Jung Joo-ri Cha Tae-hyun joins the show as a permanent host.[2][3]
551 January 10, 2018 Kim Il-jung, Seo Ji-seok, Choi Chang-min, Kim Ji-min
552 January 17, 2018 Kim Heung-gook, Kim Eana, Ko Jang-hwan, Park Won-soon
553 January 24, 2018 Jo Kwon (2AM), Jang Wooyoung (2PM), Jackson Wang (GOT7), Kim Sung-kyu (Infinite)
554 January 31, 2018 Park Joon-hyung, Kim Ji-hye, Hong Yoon-hwa, Kim Min-ki
555 February 7, 2018 Oh Ji-ho, Kim Byeong-ok, Bae Ki-sung, Do Ji-han
556 February 21, 2018 Lee Gi-kwang, Park Sung-kwang, San E, Bobby (iKON)
557 February 28, 2018 Yang Dong-geun, No Hee-ji, Heo Jung-min, Seo Shin-ae
558 March 7, 2018 Sam, N (VIXX), Sam Kim, Sam Okyere
559 March 14, 2018 Lee Sang-hwa, Kwak Yoon-gy, Lee Seung-hoon, Lim Hyo-jun Pyeongchang 2018 Olympic Winter Games Special
560 March 21, 2018 Seungri (Big Bang), Wanna One (Kang Daniel, Ong Seong-woo, Park Woo-jin)
561 March 28, 2018 Noh Sa-yeon, Bada, Choi Jung-in, JeA
562 April 4, 2018 Don Spike, Sleepy, Loco, Joo Woo-jae
563 April 11, 2018 Lee Hye-jung, Hong Jin-ho, Shin Soo-ji, Risabae
564 April 18, 2018 Yoon Mi-rae, Tiger JK, Yong Jun-hyung (Highlight), Kwon Jung-yeol (10cm)
565 May 2, 2018 Kwon Yul, Han Ye-ri, Choi Won-young, Ko Sung-hee
566 May 9, 2018 Lee Hwi-jae, Kim In-suk, Kim Jun-ho, Byun Gi-soo
567 May 16, 2018 Lee Kye-in, Go Doo-shim, Brian Joo, Cha Eun-woo (ASTRO)
568 May 23, 2018 Kim Sung-ryung, Lee Sang-min, Lee Jung-jin, Microdot
569 May 30, 2018 SHINee
570 June 6, 2018 Ahn Jung-hwan, Seo Hyung-wook, Kim Jung-geun, GAMST
571 June 20, 2018 Ji Suk-jin, Kim Je-dong, Yang Yo-seob (Highlight), Jung Seung-hwan
572 July 4, 2018 Lee Hye-young, Hong Ji-min, Lee Seung-hoon (Winner), Jeon Jun-young
573 July 11, 2018 Jo Hyeon-woo, Lee Yong, Kim Young-gwon, Lee Seung-woo 2018 FIFA World Cup Special
574 July 18, 2018 Yoon Sang, Kim Tae-won (Boohwal), Zico (Block B), Jo Hyun-ah (Urban Zakapa)
575 July 25, 2018 Choi Soo-jong, Lee Jae-ryong, James Moosong Lee [ko], Hong Seo-beom [ko]
576 August 1, 2018 Kim Jong-min, Koo Jun Yup, Son Na-eun (Apink), Kim Jeong Hoon
577 August 8, 2018 Lee Yoo-ri, Song Chang-eui, Kim Young-min, Ahn Bo-hyun
578 August 15, 2018 Kim Wan-sun, Lee Kwang-gi [ko], Bae Yoon-jeong [ko], Joo Ho-min [ko]
579 August 22, 2018 Jay Park, Chan Sung Jung, Kwon Hyuk-soo, Yang Chi Seung
580 August 29, 2018 Bae Doona, Lee Ki-chan, Soo Joo Park, Stephanie Lee
581 September 5, 2018 Im Chae-moo, Yoon Jung-soo, Steve Kim Do-Kyoon [ko], Lee Seung-yoon [ko]
582 September 12, 2018 Jo In-sung, Bae Seong-woo, Park Byung-eun, Nam Joo-hyuk
583 September 19, 2018
584 September 26, 2018 Jang Hyuk, Son Yeo-eun, Kim Jae-kyung, Choi Ki-seop [ko], Ha Jun
585 October 3, 2018 Wheesung, Simon Dominic, Woo Won-jae, Lee Yong-jin
586 October 10, 2018 Lee Hwi-hyang, Ahn Jae-mo, Kang Se-jung, Sung Hyuk
587 October 17, 2018 Jun Hyun-moo, Lee Pil-mo, Ha Seok-jin, JK Kim Dong-wook
588 October 24, 2018 Johan Kim, Jung Eun-ji, Lee Hyun, Zo Bin [ko]
589 October 31, 2018 Bae Jong-ok, Kim Jung-nan, Jessi, Crush
590 November 7, 2018 Boom, Lee Sang-byuk [ko], Oh Young-sil [ko], Heo Cham
591 November 14, 2018 Im Hyung-joon, Mad Clown, Choe Hyeon-u [ko], Han Mu [ko]
592 November 21, 2018 Park Gwang-hyun, Kim Hak-do [ko], Kim Hyun-chul, Heo Kyung-hwan
593 November 28, 2018 So Yoo-jin, Sim Jinhwa [ko], Hong Kyung-min, Kim Poong
594 December 5, 2018 Chang Kiha, Ji Sang-ryeol, Nucksal, Kim Jung Hyun
595 December 11, 2018 Jang Yoon-ju, Hong Jin-young, DinDin, Kim Won-jung
596 December 19, 2018 Lee Hyun-woo, Leeteuk (Super Junior), Kim Kyung-sik [ko], Yoon Taek [ko]
597 December 26, 2018 Jung Joon-young, Haon, Kwanghee, Seungkwan (Seventeen)

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Cha Tae-hyun

Cha Tae-hyun

Cha Tae-hyun is a South Korean actor, singer, television personality, radio DJ and director. He is best known for his lead roles in the box-office hit comedies My Sassy Girl (2001), Scandal Makers (2008), Hello Ghost (2010) and fantasy drama action hit Along with the Gods: The Two Worlds (2017) as well as the television series Jeon Woo-chi (2012), The Producers (2015) and Police University (2021). He made his directorial debut with the variety-drama Hit the Top (2017), in which he also starred.

Kim Ji-min (comedian)

Kim Ji-min (comedian)

Kim Ji-min is a South Korean comedian, television host, and actress. She debuted as a comedian on the sketch-comedy show Gag Concert in 2006. She is best known for her skits "Dignity of a Beggar," "Uncomfortable Truth," and "BBOOM Entertainment," as well as variety shows Human Condition and Crisis Escape No. 1. Since 2019, Kim departed from Gag Concert to appear on Comedy Big League.

Kim Heung-gook

Kim Heung-gook

Kim Heung-gook is a South Korean singer. He is the chairman of Korea Singers Association. His daughter, Jenny Kim Ju-hyun participated in Idol School in 2017.

Kim Eana

Kim Eana

Kim Eana is a South Korean lyricist. She is best known for writing the lyrics to hit K-pop songs, including "Abracadabra" performed by Brown Eyed Girls, and "Good Day" performed by IU. She has been active since 2003.

Jo Kwon

Jo Kwon

Jo Kwon is a South Korean singer, television host, actor, entertainer and the leader of South Korean boy band 2AM. He has starred in multiple musicals such as Jesus Christ Superstar playing the role of King Herod and Everybody's Talking About Jamie playing as Jamie New.

2AM (band)

2AM (band)

2AM is a South Korean boy band, that consists of Jo Kwon, Lee Chang-min, Lim Seul-ong and Jeong Jinwoon. The band was formed by JYP Entertainment through the Mnet documentary Hot Blood, which spawned the eleven-member boy band One Day; 2AM primarily perform ballad songs while their brother group 2PM performed more dance-focused music. With the addition of Changmin from Big Hit Entertainment, now known as Big Hit Music, the group was co-managed by JYP and Big Hit from 2008 to 2014. They officially debuted on July 11, 2008, on KBS' Music Bank, performing their debut single "This Song". The group also debuted in Japan with the single "Never Let You Go: Shindemo Hanasanai" in January 2012.

Jang Wooyoung

Jang Wooyoung

Jang Woo-young, better known mononymously as Wooyoung, is a South Korean singer, songwriter, dancer and actor. In 2008, he debuted as a member of 2PM, a boy band currently managed by JYP Entertainment. He is mainly known for his work in 2PM and his role as Jason in the South Korean drama Dream High.

2PM

2PM

2PM is a South Korean boy band formed by JYP Entertainment. The group is composed of six members: Jun. K, Nichkhun, Taecyeon, Wooyoung, Junho and Chansung. Originally a seven-piece group, former member Jaebeom left the group in 2009 due to controversies that stemmed from his posts on MySpace.

Jackson Wang

Jackson Wang

Jackson Wang is a Hong Kong rapper, singer, dancer, record producer, fashion designer, and music video director. He is the founder of record label Team Wang and is the creative director and lead designer for fashion brand Team Wang Design. Born and raised in Hong Kong, Wang initially gained widespread recognition after joining JYP Entertainment's K-pop boy group, Got7, in 2014. In 2017, he founded Team Wang and began releasing solo music in China and internationally thereafter. His first solo album, Mirrors, debuted in 2019 and reached number 32 on the Billboard 200 in the United States, his second album Magic Man surpassing it in 2022 by landing at number 15 on the chart. In 2021, Wang left JYP Entertainment and formed the Chinese hip hop group, Panthepack, under Team Wang. Prior to his music career, Wang was a sabre fencer and competed in numerous domestic and international competitions. Wang was featured in the Forbes China Celebrity 100 list and ranked 10th in 2021.

Got7

Got7

Got7 is a South Korean boy band formed by JYP Entertainment. The group is composed of seven members: Jay B, Mark, Jackson, Jinyoung, Youngjae, BamBam, and Yugyeom. Got7 debuted in January 2014 with the release of their first EP Got It?, which peaked at number two on the Gaon Album Chart and number one on Billboard's World Albums Chart. The group gained attention also for their live performances, which often include elements of martial arts tricking and street dancing.

Kim Byeong-ok

Kim Byeong-ok

Kim Byeong-ok is a South Korean actor. A veteran supporting actor, he is best known for his role as Mr. Han in Oldboy.

Bae Ki-sung

Bae Ki-sung

Bae Ki-sung is a South Korean singer and radio presenter. He and Lee Jong-won comprise the duo Can, which rose to fame upon the release of their debut album Version 1.0 in 1998.

2019

List of episodes (2019)
Episode # Broadcast Date Guests Notes
598 January 2 Pak Se-ri, Lee Dae-hoon, Lee Bong-ju, Lee Jong-beom
599 January 9 Kim In-kwon, Kim Ki-bang, Gaeko, Mithra Jin
600 January 16 Han Eun-jung, Lee Tae-ri, P.O (Block B), Yook Joong-wan [ko]
601 January 23 Yunho (TVXQ), Hwang Chi-yeul, Park Ji-heon [ko], Kim Won-hyo [ko]
602 January 30 Hwasa (Mamamoo), Luna (f(x)), Hyolyn, Oh Jeong-yeon
603 February 6 Lee Beom-soo, Rain, Lee Si-eon, Shin Soo-hang [ko] Ji Sang-ryeol filled in as MC.
604 February 13 Shin Sung-woo, Um Ki-joon, Kang Sung-jin, Lee Gun-myung [ko]
605 February 20 Lee Deok-hwa, Kang Min-kyung, Kang Yoo-mi [ko], Yoo Min-sang [ko]
606 February 27 Shim Hyung-tak, Yoon Min-soo, Kim Dong-hyun, Sandeul
607 March 6 Song Jae-rim, Lee Joo-yeon, Kwak Dong-yeon, Ahn Woo-yeon
608 March 13 Kim Jong-Kook, Shorry J [ko] (Mighty Mouth), Yoo Se-yoon, Lee Yi-kyung
609 March 20 Sul Woon Do [ko], Jang Beom-june, Shim Ji-ho, Ko Young-bae (Soran) Cha Tae-hyun's last episode as permanent host.[4][5]
610 March 27 Lee Soo-young, Chae Yeon, Bae Seul-ki, Kim Sang-hyuk [ko]
611 April 3 Park Soo-hong, Son Hun-Su [ko], Hong Seok-cheon, Wax Kim Young-chul filled in as MC.
612 April 10 Yeo Esther [ko], Chen (Exo), MC Ding Dong [ko] Haha filled in as MC.
613 April 17 June Elizabeth Kang [ko], Jeong Kyung-mi [ko], Kwon Da-hyun [ko], Lim Yo-hwan Yang Se-hyung filled in as MC.
614 April 24 Kang Ki-young, Byeon Woo-Min [ko], Lee Hyun-jin, Jung Yi-rang [ko] Heo Kyung-hwan filled in as MC.
615 May 1 Lee Ji-hye, Ahn Young-mi, Park Kyung (Block B), Choi Wook Kim Se-jeong (Gugudan) filled in as MC.[6]
616 May 8 Dong Ji-hyun [ko], Byun Jung-soo, Yum Kyung-hwan [ko], Choi Hyun-seok P.O (Block B) filled in as MC.[7]
617 May 15 Ryu Seung-soo, Park Seon-ju [ko], Lee Da-ji, Park Ji-woo Ha Sung-woon (HOTSHOT) filled in as MC.[8]
618 May 22 Kim Byung-ji, Joo Young-hoon, Jung Sung-ho [ko], Sean [ko] Dindin filled in as MC.
619 May 29 Ham So-won [ko], Song Ga-in, Giant Pink, Shownu (Monsta X) Ahn Young-mi filled in as MC.
620 June 5 Rhymer [ko], Muzie [ko], Lee Dae-hwi (AB6IX), MC Gree Park Jin-young (GOT7) filled in as MC.
621 June 12 Kyuhyun (Super Junior), Eun Ji-won (Sechs Kies), Kang Seung-yoon (Winner), Lee Jin-ho Lee Seung-hoon (Winner) filled in as MC.[9]
622 June 19 Nam Jin, Yoon Soo-hyun [ko], Swings, Code Kunst Shorry [ko] (Mighty Mouth) filled in as MC.
623 June 26 Hong Hyun-hee [ko], Kim Ho-young [ko], Bona (Cosmic Girls), Dotty [ko] Ahn Young-mi joins the show as a permanent host.[10]
624 July 3 Lee Gwang-yeon, Oh Se-hun (footballer), Kim Hyun-woo, Hwang Tae-hyeon, Choi Jun
625 July 10 Kim Sung-ryung, Kim Byung-hyun, Nam Chang-hee [ko], Son Jeong-eun [ko]
626 July 17 Han Ji-hye, Lee Sang-woo, Oh Ji-eun, Lee Tae-sung
627 July 24 Kim Kyung-ho, Kim Ga-yeon, Park Myung-hoon, Ahn Il-kwon [ko]
628 July 31 Kim Na-hee [ko], Jun Jin, Hangzoo, Choiza
629 August 7 Kim Jang-hoon, Don Spike, Hyomin, Lee Jin-hyuk (UP10TION)
630 August 14 Park Joong-hoon, Hur Jae, Kim Gyu-ri, Lee Sung-woo [ko]
631 August 21 Lee Dong-woo [ko], Jang Young-ran, Won Heum [ko] (Norazo), Jonathan
632 August 28 Ha Chun-hwa [ko], Jung Tae-woo, Seunghee (Oh My Girl), Han Tae-ung
633 September 4 Baek Ji-young, Sunmi, Song Yuvin, Lee Seok-hoon
634 September 11 Jang Hang-jun, Kim Eana, Parc Jae-jung, Yoo Se-yoon Yoon Jong-shin's last episode as permanent host.[11]
635 September 18 Seung Guk-lee, Im Chang-jung, Kim Dae-hui [ko], Kim Ji-min Yoon Sang-hyun filled in as MC.
636 September 25 Oh Yoon-ah, Kim Soo-yong [ko], Irene, Ha Seung-jin Kim Bum-soo filled in as MC.
637 October 2 Kim Eung-soo, Park Sang-min, Car, the Garden, Bassagong Jung Jae-hyung filled in as MC.
638 October 9 Kim Yeon-koung, Oh Se-keun, Hyungdon and Daejun Kwon Yul filled in as MC.
639 October 16 Great Library [ko], Lee So-ra, Fly to the Sky Lee Sang-yeob filled in as MC.[12]
640 October 23 Um Hong-gil, Han Bo-reum, Lee Bong-won [ko], Heo Ji-woong [ko] Yook Joong-wan [ko] filled in as MC.[13]
641 October 30 Boom, Insooni, Noh Sa-yeon, Soyeon ((G)I-dle) Brian Joo (Fly to the Sky) filled in as MC.[14]
642 November 6 Jo Hyun-jae, Kim Seung-hyun, Kim Sung-eun, Han Sang-jin Defconn filled in as MC.[15]
643 November 13 Kim Yong-myeong [ko], Jang Sung-kyu, Dawn, Solbi Yoo Se-yoon filled in as MC.[16]
644 November 20 Kim Young-ok, Lee Hye-jung [ko], Jung Young-joo [ko], Lee Mi-do Boom filled in as MC.[17]
645 November 27 Kim Dong-wan (Shinhwa), Kim Jisook [ko] (Rainbow), Seo Hyo-rim, Park Ji-yoon Paul Kim filled in as MC.[18]
646 December 4 EXO (Suho, Baekhyun, Chanyeol, Chen, Kai, Sehun) Chen filled in as MC.
647 December 11 On Joo-wan, Oh Chang-seok, Michael Lee, Park Jung-ah Jun Jin filled in as MC.
648 December 18 Kim Jong-min, Lee Gyu-sung, Seo Hyun-chul, Dawon (SF9) Boo Seung-kwan (Seventeen) filled in as MC.
649 December 25 Sam Okyere, Sleepy, Kim Young-ho, JooE (Momoland) Jang Dong-yoon filled in as MC.

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Lee Dae-hoon

Lee Dae-hoon

Lee Dae-Hoon is a South Korean taekwondo athlete. He won a bronze medal in the 2016 Summer Olympics and a silver in the 2012 Summer Olympics. He has achieved world first level rankings in the under 68 kg weight class.

Lee Bong-ju

Lee Bong-ju

Lee Bong-Ju is a South Korean marathoner.

Lee Jong-beom

Lee Jong-beom

Lee Jong-beom is a former South Korean professional baseball player who played for the Kia Tigers in the KBO League and the Chunichi Dragons in Japan from 1993 to 2011. He is nicknamed "Son of the Wind" for his speed. Lee is widely considered one of the best five-tool players in Korean baseball history, and the best all-around KBO player of the 1990s.

Kim In-kwon

Kim In-kwon

Kim In-kwon is a South Korean actor. Known for playing memorable supporting characters, he starred in his first leading role in the sleeper hit He's on Duty (2010), followed by Almost Che (2012), Born to Sing (2013), and Apostle (2014).

Kim Ki-bang

Kim Ki-bang

Kim Ki-bang is a South Korean actor. Since his acting debut in 2005, Kim has played supporting roles in television dramas such as Boys Over Flowers (2009), Golden Time (2012), Gu Family Book (2013), Medical Top Team (2013), My Lovely Girl (2014), and Heart to Heart (2015). He played his first leading role in the film Geochang Massacre - Bloody Winter (2013).

Gaeko

Gaeko

Kim Yoon-sung, known professionally as Gaeko is a South Korean hip hop recording artist. He and Choiza comprise the hip hop duo Dynamic Duo, which rose to fame upon the release of their debut album Taxi Driver in 2004. In 2015, he released his first solo album, Redingray.

Han Eun-jung

Han Eun-jung

Han Eun-jung also known as Han Da-Gam is a South Korean comedienne and actress. She is known for Successful Story of a Bright Girl (2002), Full House (2004) and Two Guys (2004).

Lee Tae-ri

Lee Tae-ri

Lee Tae-ri is a South Korean actor. He is well-known for his role as young Yang Myung in Moon Embracing the Sun (2012), Song Man-bo in Rooftop Prince (2012), Jung Joo-hwan in The Beauty Inside (2018), Jinmichae/Geum Jin-mi in Extraordinary You (2019), and Imoogi in Tale of the Nine Tailed (2020).

Block B

Block B

Block B is a South Korean boy band managed by KQ Entertainment, and consists of seven members: Taeil, B-Bomb, Jaehyo, U-Kwon, Park Kyung, Zico, and P.O. Block B has received several accolades, including nominations for seven Golden Disc Awards and eleven Seoul Music Awards.

Hwang Chi-yeul

Hwang Chi-yeul

Hwang Chiyeul is a South Korean singer. Outside his career as a solo artist, he has also hosted Immortal Songs 2 and competed in the Chinese version of singing competition show I Am a Singer. He made his official debut in 2007, releasing a digital single album, Chi Yeul (치열) and a full-length studio album, Five Senses (오감).

Hwasa

Hwasa

Ahn Hye-jin, known professionally by her stage name Hwasa (Korean: 화사), is a South Korean singer, rapper, and television personality currently signed to RBW. She debuted as a member of the girl group Mamamoo in 2014. She made her debut as a solo artist in February 2019, with the digital single "Twit".

Hyolyn

Hyolyn

Kim Hyo-jung, better known by her stage name Hyolyn (효린), is a South Korean singer and songwriter, now under the management of her own self-started production company Bridʒ. She is a former member of the South Korean girl group Sistar and their sub-unit Sistar19.

2020

List of episodes (2020)
Episode # Broadcast Date Guests Notes
650 January 1 Kim So-hyun, Faker, Kim Hee-chul (Super Junior), Jung Saem-mool DDotty [ko] filled in as MC.
651 January 8 Jung Ho-keun, Kwon Il-yong, Lee Yeon-soo, Jang Dong-min Kim Su-yong filled in as MC.
652 January 15 Kwon Sang-woo, Jung Joon-ho, Hwang Woo-seul-hye, Lee Yi-kyung Kim Dong-wan filled in as MC.
653 January 22 Kim Hyun-chul [ko], Seo Yu-ri, Lee Dong-jin [ko], Kim Sung-kyu (Infinite) Eun Ji-won filled in as MC.
654 January 29 Lee Dong-gun, Kang Kyung-joon, Son Seung-yeon, Kim Sun-young [ko] Lee Jin-ho [ko] filled in as MC.
655 February 5 Kim Yeong-cheol, Park Na-rae, Giriboy, Kapichu Kim Sung-kyu (Infinite) filled in as MC.
656 February 12 Song Dae-kwan, Jung Kyung-chun, Park Hyun-woo, Seol Ha-yoon Shindong (Super Junior) filled in as MC.
657 February 19 Kim Bo-sung, Jang Su-won (Sechs Kies), Lim Eun-kyung, Kim Kwang-kyu Kim Sung-hyun [ko] filled in as MC.
658 February 26 Kim Soo-ro, Park Gun-hyung, Lee Chun-hee, Jo Jae-yoon Lee Jin-hyuk filled in as MC.
659 March 4 Yang Joon-il, Joon Park (g.o.d), Ravi (VIXX), Lia Kim [ko] Hwang Jae-sung [ko] filled in as MC.[19][20]
660 March 11 Jo Jung-chi, Park Seul-gi [ko], Park Hyun-bin, Lee Ha-jung [ko] Sean [ko] (Jinusean) filled in as MC.[19]
661 March 18 Im Ha-ryong, Yang Dong-geun, Ong Seong-wu, Kim Min-ah Ravi (VIXX) filled in as MC.
662 March 25 Hong Hye-geol [ko], Lee Seung-yoon [ko], Yoon Eun-hye, Ahn Hyun-mo [ko] Lee Yi-kyung filled in as MC.
663 April 1 Lim Young-woong, Young Tak, Jang Minho, Lee Chan-won Hong Jin-young filled in as MC.
664 April 8
665 April 22 Kim Tae-gyun, Moon Se-yoon, Hwang Je-sung [ko], Choi Sung-min [ko] Lee Sang-yeob filled in as MC.
666 April 29 Park Hae-mi, Hong Yoon-hwa [ko], Lim Hyun-ju, Kim Yul-hee [ko] Bong Tae-gyu filled in as MC.
667 May 6 Park Ye-eun, Pyo Chang-won, Jeon Tae-poong [ko], Kim Kyung-jin Lee Yong-jin filled in as MC.
668 May 13 Lee Se-dol, Lee Guk-joo, Ahn Ji-young (Bolbbalgan4), Hyojung (Oh My Girl) Min-hyun (NU'EST) filled in as MC.
669 May 20 Shin Hyun-joon, Kim Soo-mi, Kim Tae-jin [ko], Yun Hyeong [ko] (iKon) Jang Minho filled in as MC.
670 May 27 Tae Jin-ah, Eru, Lee Dong-joon, Lee Il-min [ko] Gree filled in as MC.
671 June 3 Hyun Young, Jo Young-gu [ko], Heo Kyung-hwan, Yeo Hyun-soo Hwang Chi-yeol filled in as MC.
672 June 10 Lee Jong-hyeok, Jeon Soo-kyung, Im Gi-hong [ko], Hong Ji-min [ko] Yang Se-chan filled in as MC.
673 June 17 Kang Susie, Kim Mi-ryeo [ko], Jun Hyo-seong, Kim Ha-young [ko] Muzie [ko] filled in as MC.
674 June 24 Park Jin-hee, Kim Na-young, Ji Sang-ryeol, Hoshi (Seventeen) Heo Ji-woong [ko] filled in as MC.
675 July 1 Kang Sung-yeon, Jo Han-sun, Lee Young-ji, Kim Soo-chan [ko] Heo Kyung-hwan filled in as MC.
676 July 8 Tak Jae-hoon, Ko Eun-ah, Lee Eun-gyeol, Victor Han Lee Ji-hye filled in as MC.
677 July 15 Chae Jung-an, Park Seong-ho, K.Will, Wooshin (UP10TION) Muzie [ko] filled in as MC.
678 July 22 Jeon So-mi, Heo Hoon, Yoo Min-sang [ko], Lee Yeon-bok [ko] Sam filled in as MC.
679 July 29 Kwanghee (ZE:A), Jessi, Ayumi, Nam Yoon-soo Ji Suk-jin filled in as MC.
680 August 5 Lee Hye-young, Kim Ho-joong, Stephanie, Soyeon Kim Jong-min filled in as MC.
681 August 12 Park Jin-young, Sunmi, Kim Hyeong-seok Defconn filled in as MC.
682 August 19 Na Moon-hee, Lee Hee-joon, Choi Won-young, Lee Soo-ji [ko] Jung Il-woo filled in as MC.
683 August 26 Jang Young-nam, Kim Hyun-ah, Shin So-yul, Kim Yo-han Jun Jin filled in as MC.
684 September 2 Son Yeon-jae, Yoo Sang Moo [ko], Lee Hye-sung, Choi Yeo-jin Kangnam filled in as MC.
685 September 9 Choi Soo-jong, Ha Hee-ra, Lee Tae-ran, Park Sang-hyun Heo Kyung-hwan filled in as MC.
686 September 16 Jin Tae-hyun, Park Si-eun, Sam, Lee Jin-sung Lee Sang-min filled in as MC.
687 September 23 Joo Won, Ivy, Choi Jung-won, Park Joon-myeon [ko] Yoo Min-sang [ko] filled in as MC.
688 September 30 Baek Il-seob, Lee Yu-bi, Sung Dong-il, Kim Hee-won Park Sung-kwang filled in as MC.
689 October 7 Han Da-Gam, Hwang Seok-jeong, Park Tae-joon [ko], Lee Geun [ko] Hong Seok-cheon filled in as MC.
690 October 14 Park Geun-hyung, Park Hwee-soon [ko], Loco, Crush Dawn filled in as MC.
691 October 21 Lee Eun-mi, Jin Sung [ko], Kolleen Park, Lee Geon-woo [ko] Jun Hyun-moo filled in as MC.
692 October 28 Twice Defconn filled in as MC.
693 November 4 Yoo Hyun-sang [ko], Han Kyung-rok, Jay Park, pH-1 Lee Jun-young filled in as MC.
694 November 11 Lee Juck, Paul Kim, Jung-in, Key Cha Tae-hyun filled in as MC.
695 November 18 Park Mi-sun, Bada, Henry, Jae Jae Park Ji-hoon filled in as MC.
696 November 25 Kim Kwang-hyun, Yang Joon-hyuk, Shim Soo-chang, Park Sung-kwang Yeom Kyung-hwan [ko] filled in as MC.
697 December 2 Jung Woo, DinDin, Sleepy, Kim Byung-chul Lee Gi-kwang filled in as MC.
698 December 9 Bobby Kim, Gaeko, Jeok Jae [ko], Song So-hee Lee Juck filled in as MC.
699 December 16 Uhm Young-Soo, Nancy Lang, Ham Yon-Ji, George Jang Sung-Kyu filled in as MC.
700 December 23 Yoon Jong-Shin, Yoo Se-Yoon, Cho Kyu-hyun 700th Birthday Party Special
701 December 30 Jo Young-Nam, Song Ga-In, Swings, Soo-Hyun (U-KISS) DinDin filled in as MC.

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Kim So-hyun (actress, born 1975)

Kim So-hyun (actress, born 1975)

Kim So-hyun is a South Korean musical theatre actress. A classically-trained former opera singer, she switched to musical theater and debuted in 2001 as Christine Daaé in The Phantom of the Opera. She immediately rose to musical theatre stardom and has since starred in South Korean stage productions of Jekyll & Hyde, My Fair Lady, The Three Musketeers, Elisabeth, and Marie Antoinette.

Kim Hee-chul

Kim Hee-chul

Kim Hee-chul, better known mononymously as Heechul, is a South Korean singer, songwriter, presenter and actor. He is a member of the South Korean boy band Super Junior and has further participated in its subgroup Super Junior-T as well as project group Universe Cowards with Min Kyung-hoon and Woojoo jjokkomi with Lee Soo-geun. He was also a member of the disbanded pop rock duo Kim Heechul & Kim Jungmo.

Jung Ho-keun

Jung Ho-keun

Jung Ho-keun is a South Korean actor and shaman, who mostly was a supporting actor in television dramas.

Jang Dong-min

Jang Dong-min

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Kwon Sang-woo

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Jung Joon-ho

Jung Joon-ho

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Hwang Woo-seul-hye

Hwang Woo-seul-hye

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Kim Dong-wan

Kim Dong-wan

Kim Dong-wan is a South Korean entertainer, known as a member of South Korean boy band Shinhwa. He has been acting since 2002, and has starred in television dramas such as A Farewell to Sorrow and Children of Heaven. He has said that given the opportunity he would prefer a career in acting rather than as a singer, However, since the release of his debut album, he has stated that now he prefers singing more. From Shinhwa, Kim is the fourth member to go solo, following Lee Min-woo, Shin Hye-sung, and Jun Jin.

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Kim Sung-kyu

Kim Sung-kyu, referred to as Sunggyu or Sungkyu, is a South Korean singer and actor. He is the leader and main vocalist of South Korean boy band Infinite.

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Eun Ji-won

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Kang Kyung-joon

Kang Kyung-joon

Kang Kyung-joon is a South Korean actor. He made his acting debut in the fifth season of the sitcom Nonstop in 2004, and was the MC of Music Bank from November 6, 2005 to November 19, 2006. After a supporting role in 2012 manga-adapted romantic comedy To the Beautiful You, Kang played leading roles in melodramas Flower of Revenge, Two Women's Room and A Daughter Just Like You.

Kim Yeong-cheol (actor)

Kim Yeong-cheol (actor)

Kim Yeong-cheol is a South Korean actor. One of his earliest appearances was in White Smile (1981). Other notable roles include playing Gung Ye in Emperor Wang Gun (2000-2002), a gangster boss in A Bittersweet Life (2005), and a NSS deputy director in IRIS (2009).

2021

List of episodes (2021)
Episode # Broadcast Date Guests Notes
702 January 6 Baek Ji-young, Soyul [ko], Kim Sae-rom, Syuka Jang Dong-min filled in as MC.
703 January 13 Son Beom-soo [ko], Jun Jin, Solbi, Chani Tak Jae-hoon filled in as MC.
704 January 20 Lee Bong-won [ko], Yeo Esther [ko], Tei, Tzuyang [ko] Ji Sang-ryeol filled in as MC.
705 January 27 June Kang, Kim So-yeon, Hyoyeon, Aiki Yunho filled in as MC.
706 February 3 Kwon In-ha [ko], Park Sun-joo, Julien Kang, LEENALCHI [ko]'s Kwon Song-hee and Shin Yoo-jin Haha filled in as MC.
707 February 10 Kim Yeon-ja [ko], Lucky, Hong Jam-eon [ko], Kim So-yeon, Ahn Sung-joon Shindong (Super Junior) filled in as MC.
708 February 17 Kim Bum-soo, Kang Daniel, Yang Chi-seung [ko], Park Young-jin [ko] Sunmi filled in as MC.
709 February 24 Oh Eun-young [ko], Song Chang-eui, Kim Ji-hye [ko], Lee Ji-hye Sam filled in as MC.
710 March 3 Im Sang-a, Oh Hyun-kyung, Lee Yong-jin, Lee Jin-ho [ko] Do Kyung-wan [ko] filled in as MC.
711 March 10 Kim Dong-hyun, Mo Tae-bum, Lee Hyung-taik, Yoon Suk-min Na Tae-joo filled in as MC.
712 March 17 Hong Seo-beom [ko], Sayuri Fujita, Jessi, Lee Seung-hoon Kim Young-chul filled in as MC.
713 March 24 Lee Kye-in, Kim Jun-ho, Hwang Hye-young, Ralral Yoo Min-sang [ko] filled in as MC.[21]
714 March 31 Jang Dong-min, Kang Yoo-mi [ko], Hwang Hyun-hee [ko], Jung Cheol-gyu [ko] Yoo Se-yoon joins the show as a permanent host.[22]
715 April 7 Joo Byung-Jin, Noh Sa-yeon, Park Soo-Hong, Park Kyung-Rim
716 April 14 Hong Seok-cheon, Cho Jun-ho, Jasson, Kim Hae-jun
717 April 21 Kang Ha-neul, Kim Kang-hoon, Hani, Kang Yeong-seok [ko]
718 April 28 Im Mi-sook [ko], Kim Hak-rae [ko], Son Min-soo [ko], Im La-la [ko]
719 May 5 Lee Hong-gi, Hahm Eun-jung, Wang Seok-hyeon, Lee Eugene, Jeon Sung-cho [ko]
720 May 12 Jeong Jun-ha, Kim Jong-min, KCM, Na In-woo
721 May 19 Kim Seung-woo, Ye Ji-won, Kim Wan-sun, Brian (Fly to the Sky))
722 May 26 Lee Geum-hee [ko], Sung Si-kyung, Lee Seok-hoon, Kim Bo-min [ko]
723 June 2 Chae Ri-na, Hwang Chi-yeul, Hong Sung-heon, Kim Ga-young
724 June 9 Kim Bo-yeon, Kim Eung-soo, Cha Ji-yeon, Lee Ho-chul [ko]
725 June 16 Jung Jae-yong [ko] (DJ DOC), Shin Ji (Koyote), Kim Yong-jun, Kim Dong-wan
726 June 23 Kim Bo-sung, Kim Pro (Kim Dong-hwan), GREE, Shin A-young
727 June 30 Lee Kyung-sil [ko], Sunwoo Yong-nyeo, Kim Ji-sun [ko], Jo Kwon
728 July 7 Hong Yun-hwa [ko], Lee Eun-hyeong [ko], Ha Yeon-soo, Chuu
729 July 14 Yang Jae-jin [ko], Song Eun-i, Kim Soo-yong [ko], Kim Sang-hyuk [ko], Outsider
730 July 21 Im Chae-moo, Lee Jun-hyeok, Oh Jong-hyuk, Park Goon [ko]
731 July 28 Jo Se-ho, Lee Chan-hyuk (AKMU), Lee Hye-jeong [ko], Kim Sung-il
732 August 11 Jung Bo-seok [ko], Lee Ji-hoon, Kim Ho-young [ko], Lee Eun-ji [ko]
733 August 18 Oh Jin-hyek, Kim Woo-jin, An Chang-rim, Kim Jung-hwan, Gu Bon-gil
734 August 25 Joon Park, Hwang Soo-kyung [ko], Chung Seung-je, Kwon Hyuk-soo
735 September 1 Park Sun-young, Lee Gook-ju, Gyeongree, Ok Ja-yeon
736 September 8 Jang Young-ran, Park Eun-young [ko], Jung Ka-eun [ko], Alberto Mondi Kim Soo-yong [ko] filled in as MC for Gook-jin.
737 September 15 Kim Hyeong-seok, Tukutz [ko] (Epik High), Lee Hi, Lee Young-ji, Wonstein (MSG Wannabe)
738 September 22 Park Jeong-ah, Pyo Seung-ju, Jeong Ji-yun
739 September 29 Kim Yeon-koung, Kim Su-ji, Yang Hyo-jin
740 October 6 Lee Tae-gon, Choi Dae-chul, Kim Joon-hyun, Tae Hang-ho [ko]
741 October 13 Jo Hye-ryun, Shin Bong-sun, Kim Min-kyung [ko], Oh Na-mi [ko] [23]
742 October 20 Hur Jae, Jin Jong-oh, Park Sang-young, Choi Young-jae [24]
743 October 27 Kim Shin-young, Kim Yoon-joo [ko], Ji-Ho(Oh My Girl), Yang Hee-eun
744 November 3 Lee Jun-ho, Oh Dae-hwan, Choi Young-joon, Hyun Bong-sik
745 November 10 Kim Yu-na, Yoon Hye-Jin, Bae Yoon-jung, Monika
746 November 17 Jang Hyuk, Yu Oh-seong, Kim Bok-jun, Lee Jung, Yoon Hyoung-bin
747 November 24 Kim Young-ok, Jeong Dong-won [ko], Park So-dam, Solar
748 December 1 Park So-hyun, Hong Hyun-hee, Noze, Anupam Tripathi
749 December 8 Jang Do-yeon, Shin Gi-ru, Code Kunst, Jang Won-young
750 December 15 Jang Hyun-sung, Kim Jung-min, Ahn Eun-jin, Kim Kyung-nam
751 December 22 Pyo Chang-won, Kwon Il-yong, Soo Jung Lee, Park Ji-seon, Hwang Min-gu

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Baek Ji-young

Baek Ji-young

Baek Ji-young, also known as Baek Z Young, is a South Korean singer. She made her debut in 1999, with the release of her album Sorrow. Over her career she has released eight studio albums and won awards for Best Female Artist and Best OST at the Mnet Asian Music Awards.

Kim Sae-rom

Kim Sae-rom

Kim Sae-rom is a South Korean television personality, actress and model.

Jang Dong-min

Jang Dong-min

Jang Dong-min, is a South Korean comedian. He is known as ‘comedian who curses a lot’,. He is part of Gag Concert's 19th class, together with Yoo Se-yoon and Yoo Sang-moo. He is part of 옹달샘 (Ongdalsaem) a trio with them. He was the winner of the 3rd and 4th seasons of The Genius. He is especially noted in the industry for his witty, though often critical and condescending gags. It was often reported that he was under controversy for such related incidents.

Jun Jin

Jun Jin

Park Choong-jae, known professionally as Jun Jin, is a South Korean singer, actor and entertainer, known as a member and rapper of six-member boy band Shinhwa. He debuted as a dancer and rapper in Shinhwa in 1998 but started singing small parts in 2002; the release of Shinhwa's fifth album. He debuted as a solo artist in November 2006 with the single Love Doesn't Come.

Kang Chan-hee

Kang Chan-hee

Kang Chan-hee, also known by his stage name Chani, is a South Korean singer and actor. He began his career as a child actor, in the television dramas Listen to My Heart (2011), The Innocent Man (2012), The Queen's Classroom (2013), interactive drama Click Your Heart (2016), crime drama Signal (2016), and high-rated drama Sky Castle (2018). In 2015, he was introduced as one of the first members of NEOZ, which was a first group of FNC Entertainment's pre-debut team Neoz School. He debuted in October 2016 with the group name SF9 and the single "Fanfare".

Ji Sang-ryeol

Ji Sang-ryeol

Ji Sang-ryeol is a South Korean actor, comedian, and host. Ji has made numerous appearances in dramas and TV Shows. He is well known for his blunt yet humorous personality in TV Shows such as X-Man and being of the main MCs of top Korean variety show 2 Days & 1 Night until a sudden withdrawal and replaced by Kim C. In 2010 Ji was one of the main MCs of Family Outing 2 along with female comedian Shin Bong-sun.

Kim Hyo-yeon

Kim Hyo-yeon

Kim Hyo-yeon, referred to as Hyoyeon or DJ Hyo, is a South Korean singer, dancer, DJ, and television personality. She debuted as a member of the girl group Girls' Generation in August 2007, which went on to become one of the best-selling artists in South Korea and one of the most popular K-pop groups worldwide. She has since participated in other SM Entertainment projects, including Girls' Generation-Oh!GG and Got the Beat. Since 2016, she has also released singles as a solo artist.

Julien Kang

Julien Kang

Julien Kang is a Canadian television actor and model.

Haha (entertainer)

Haha (entertainer)

Ha Dong-hoon, better known by his stage name Haha (Korean: 하하), is a South Korean singer, rapper, variety show host and member of RGP. He is best known for being in the sitcom, Nonstop and for co-hosting two popular variety programs, MBC's Infinite Challenge and SBS's Running Man. He has also hosted his own show, titled "Ya Man TV" on Mnet in 2015.

Shindong

Shindong

Shin Dong-hee, better known by his stage name Shindong, is a South Korean rapper, singer, dancer, host, radio personality and video director. He is best known as a member of Super Junior and its subgroups Super Junior-T and Super Junior-H.

Kim Bum-soo

Kim Bum-soo

Kim Bum-soo, is a South Korean singer who is widely considered one of the country's best vocalists. Kim debuted in 1999 with the album, A Promise, and in 2001, he charted on the Billboard Hot Singles Sales chart with his song "Hello Goodbye Hello" which reached number 51. He is best known for the song, "I Miss You," which was featured on the soundtrack for the 2003 Korean drama, Stairway to Heaven.

Kang Daniel

Kang Daniel

Kang Daniel is a South Korean singer-songwriter, actor, and businessman who rose to fame in early 2017 as the first-place winner of the second season of reality competition series Produce 101. He is a former member of the show's resulting boy group Wanna One and is currently active as a solo artist.

2022

List of episodes (2022)
Episode # Broadcast Date Guests Notes
752 January 5 Seo Jang-hoon, Yoo Min-sang [ko], Nam Bo-ra, Koo Ja-wook
753 January 12 Kim Dae-hee [ko], Jung Sung-ho, Lee Su-ji, Joo Hyun-young, Kim Doo-young [ko]
754 January 19 Jeong Youn-joo [ko], Lee Jung-hyun, Jonathan [ko], Gabee
755 January 26 Lee Jun-ho, Lee Se-young, Jang Hye-jin, Oh Dae-hwan, Kang Hoon, Lee Min-ji
756 February 2
757 February 9 Kim So-hyun, Lee Young-hyun [ko] (Big Mama), Sunye, Song So-hee, Hwang So-yoon
758 February 23 Ji Seok-jin, Ji Sang-ryul, Nam Chang-hee, Parc Jae-jung
759 March 2 Kwak Yoon-gy, Hwang Dae-heon, Kim Dong-wook, Park Jang-hyuk, Lee June-seo, Kim A-lang
760 March 16 Ahn Ji-hwan, Jung Sun-hee, Yoon Min-soo, Jang Ye-won
761 March 23 Lee Eun-saem, Hwang Je-seung [ko], Kang Hyung-wook [ko], Kim Ha-kyun [ko]
762 March 30 Kim Seung-soo, Shin Joo-ah [ko], Seo Hyo-rim, Jang Dong-min
763 April 6 Park Jong-bok, Sleepy, Yeo Esther [ko], Go Eun-ah
764 April 13 Han Suk-joon, Mino, Jun Hyun-moo, Yaongyi Jang Dong-min filled in as MC.
765 April 20 Jung Joon-ho, Shin Hyun-joon, Baek Sung-hyun, Song Jin-woo [ko]
766 April 27 Myung Se-bin, Yoon Eun-hye, Bona, Heo Kyung-hwan
767 May 4 Psy, Sung Si-kyung, Jeon So-yeon, Lee Seung-yoon [ko]
768 May 11 Ravi, Rain, Leejung Lee, Jung Ho-young [ko] Special performance by Ciipher
769 May 18 Jung Chan-sung, Yoshihiro Akiyama, June Kang [ko], Rhymer [ko]
770 May 25 Kang Soo-jung [ko], Hyun Young, Choi Yeo-jin, Lee Ahyumi
771 June 8 Kim Moon-jung [ko], Seo Yi-sook, Song Ga-in, Lee Hong-gi
772 June 15 Kim Eana, Lee Ji-hye, Kim Min-kyu, Yang Se-hyung
773 June 22 Baek Ji-young, Lena Park, Yang Ji-eun [ko], Eom Ji-yoon [ko]
774 June 29 So Yoo-jin, Park Goon [ko], Kim Da-hyeon [ko], Seo Dong-joo/Danielle Suh [ko]
775 July 6 Kangnam, Cha Seo-won, Uhm Hyun-kyung, Ji Hyun-woo Special performance by Ji Hyun-woo's band "SGO"[25]
776 July 13 Kim Jong-min, Honey J [ko], Meenoi [ko], Dawn, Jo Kwon
777 July 20 Kim Byeong-ok, Hyuna, Han Young [ko], Tsuki (Billlie)
778 July 27 Sayuri Fujita, DinDin, Gree, Lee Hyun-yi [ko]
779 August 3 Park Joon-geum, Lee Joo-seung, Lee Won-jong, Yang Hyun-min [ko]
780 August 10 Jin Seo-yeon, Choi Deok-moon, Park Myung-hoon, Park Kyung-hye
781 August 17 Ryu Seung-soo, Kim Gyu-ri, Kim Ho-young [ko], Yoo Hee-kwan
782 August 24 Im Chang-jung, Park Joon-myeon [ko], Dahyun, Lee Mu-jin
783 August 31 Kim Wan-sun, Mimi [ko] (Oh My Girl), Cha Jun-hwan, Jonathan [ko], Patricia Yiombi
784 September 7 Jin Sung [ko], Kim Ho-joong, Kum Jan-di [ko], Shindong, Chaeryeong (Itzy)
785 September 14 Oh Yoon-ah, Sandara Park, Yang Jae-woong, Justin Harvey
786 September 21 Min Woo-hyuk, Lee Jang-woo, Coogie, Simon Dominic
787 September 28 Kim Young-chul, Ha Hee-ra, Im Ho, Jung Gyu-woon Do Kyung-wan [ko] filled in as MC for Se-yoon
788 October 5 Lee Beom-soo, Lee Jun-hyeok, Jung Hyuk [ko], Kim Won-hoon [ko]
789 October 12 Jang Dong-min, Choi Min-hwan, Cho Choong-hyun [ko], Sam Hammington, Jasson
790 October 19 Park Soo-hong, Hong Sung-woo, Yang Chi-seung [ko], Kim Yong-myung [ko] Song Eun-i filled in as MC for Young-mi
791 October 26 Choi Joon-suk, Lee Dae-ho, KCM, Joon Park
No broadcast on November 2 due to the aftermath of the Seoul Halloween crowd crush.[26]
792 November 9 Lee Seok-hoon, Tei, Key, Choi Min-ho
793 November 16 Song Il-kook, Bae Hae-sun, Jeong Dong-won [ko], Trix, Jo Hye-ryun
No broadcasts on November 23 and November 30 due to the 2022 FIFA World Cup
794 December 7 Ahn Jae-wook, Shin Sung-woo, Yoon Byung-hee [ko], Kim Kyung-wook [ko]
795 December 14 Lee Soon-jae, Oh Hyun-kyung, Jin Ji-hee, Julien Kang
796 December 21 Gil Hae-yeon, AIKI [ko], Lee Il-hwa, Lee Guk-joo, Jung Hye-sung
797 December 28 Lee Yeon-bok [ko], Kim Byung-hyun, Noh Sa-yeon, HeeBab [ko]

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Nam Bo-ra

Nam Bo-ra

Nam Bo-ra is a South Korean actress. She appeared in Sunny, Moon Embracing the Sun, and Don't Cry, Mommy.

Koo Ja-wook

Koo Ja-wook

Koo Ja-wook is a South Korean professional baseball outfielder currently playing for the Samsung Lions of the KBO League.

Jung Sung-ho

Jung Sung-ho

Jung Sung-Ho is a South Korean football player who plays for Chungju Hummel FC. He appeared in two matches of the League Cup in FC Seoul.

Lee Su-ji

Lee Su-ji

Lee Su-ji, also known mononymously as Suji and Halla, is a South Korean singer and actress. She debuted as a member of the South Korean girl group The Ark and later was a member of the project girl group UNI.T. She was also a member of Real Girls Project as part of her acting role in The Idolmaster KR.

Joo Hyun-young

Joo Hyun-young

Kim Hyun-young better known by her stage name Joo Hyun-young (Korean: 주현영), is a South Korean actress. She gained recognition for her appearances in comedy-variety show SNL Korea in 2021 and television series Extraordinary Attorney Woo in 2022.

Lee Jun-ho (entertainer)

Lee Jun-ho (entertainer)

Lee Jun-ho, known mononymously as Junho, is a South Korean singer, songwriter, dancer, composer and actor. He is a member of the South Korean boy band 2PM.

Lee Se-young

Lee Se-young

Lee Se-young is a South Korean actress. She debuted as a child actress in 1997 and was best known for her roles in Dae Jang Geum (2003), When I Turned Nine (2004), Lovely Rivals (2004), and The Wonder Years (2007). She is best known for her roles in The Gentlemen of Wolgyesu Tailor Shop (2016–2017), A Korean Odyssey (2017–2018), The Crowned Clown (2019), Doctor John (2019), Memorist (2020), Kairos (2020), The Red Sleeve (2021), and The Law Cafe (2022).

Jang Hye-jin (actress)

Jang Hye-jin (actress)

Jang Hye-jin is a South Korean actress. She is best known internationally for her role as Kim Chung-sook in the Academy Award winning film Parasite.

Kang Hoon

Kang Hoon

Kang Hoon is a South Korean actor. He is best known for his role in the historical drama The Red Sleeve (2021).

Lee Min-ji (actress, born 1988)

Lee Min-ji (actress, born 1988)

Lee Min-ji is a South Korean actress. She began her acting career in short films such as See You Tomorrow (2011) and Safe (2013), and has starred in leading roles in the indies End of Animal (2011), Jane (2016) and the television series Schoolgirl Detectives (2014).

Kim So-hyun

Kim So-hyun

Kim So-hyun is a South Korean actress who began her career as a child in 2006, initially gaining public attention for playing pivotal roles in Moon Embracing the Sun (2012) and Missing You (2013).

Big Mama (group)

Big Mama (group)

Big Mama (Korean: 빅마마) is a South Korean female vocal group that debuted in 2003. The group is known for focusing on its members' singing abilities rather than their looks. The group disbanded in 2012 after their last song "Cleaning My Closet". On June 10, 2021, it was announced Big Mama would be reuniting to release new music.

2023

List of episodes (2023)
Episode # Broadcast Date Guests Notes
798 January 4 Kwon Sang-woo, Lee Min-jung, Kim Nam-hee, Yoo Seon-ho
799 January 11 Han Ga-in, Jaejae, Jung Eun-ji, An Yu-jin
800 January 18 Lee Kyung-kyu, Kim Jun-hyun, Kwon Yul, Oking [ko]
801 January 25 Joo Woo-jae, BamBam, Hwang Kwang-hee, Hwang Su-kyung [ko]
802 February 1 Lee Soo-ji [ko], Pak Se-ri, Kim Hae-joon [ko], KWAKTUBE [ko]

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Kwon Sang-woo

Kwon Sang-woo is a South Korean actor. He rose to stardom in 2003 with the romantic comedy film My Tutor Friend and the melodrama series Stairway to Heaven.

Kim Nam-hee

Kim Nam-hee

Kim Nam-hee is a South Korean actor and model. He is known for his roles in dramas Mr. Sunshine, Spring Turns to Spring, and Sweet Home.

Han Ga-in

Han Ga-in

Han Ga-in is a South Korean actress. She starred in television series Yellow Handkerchief and Terms of Endearment early in her career, and became a sought-after model in commercials. Her projects in 2012 were hugely successful, with her period drama Moon Embracing the Sun topping the TV ratings chart, and her film Architecture 101 becoming a box office hit.

Jaejae

Jaejae

Lee Eun-jae, known professionally as Jaejae, is a South Korean television producer, host, and television personality. She is best known as the host for MMTG.

Jung Eun-ji

Jung Eun-ji

Jung Eun-ji, better known mononymously as Eunji, is a South Korean singer, songwriter, actress, radio DJ, musical actress, and voice actress. She is best known as a member of the South Korean girl group Apink. Jung made her acting debut in the coming-of-age drama, Reply 1997 in 2012. She has since had roles in That Winter, the Wind Blows (2013), Trot Lovers (2014), Cheer Up! (2015), Untouchable (2017), Work Later, Drink Now (2021–2022) and Blind (2022) in addition to various voice acting roles. She released her debut solo album, Dream, in 2016.

An Yu-jin

An Yu-jin

An Yu-jin, better known mononymously as Yujin, is a South Korean singer. She is the leader of the South Korean girl group Ive under Starship Entertainment. Yujin rose to prominence after finishing fifth on Mnet's girl group survival show Produce 48, which made her debut as a member of the girl group Iz*One, active from 2018 to 2021.

Lee Kyung-kyu

Lee Kyung-kyu

Lee Kyung-kyu is a South Korean actor, comedian, MC, film producer, and screenwriter. He was the highest paid entertainer on the KBS network in 2010, with earnings of ₩535 million.

Kim Jun-hyun (comedian)

Kim Jun-hyun (comedian)

Kim Jun-hyun, is a South Korean comedian, signed under JDB Entertainment until 2021.

Kwon Yul (actor)

Kwon Yul (actor)

Kwon Se-in, better known by the stage name Kwon Yul, is a South Korean actor. He made his acting debut with a leading role in the 2007 high school sitcom Mackerel Run. Kwon is best known for his roles as Seo Ji-seok on the daily soap opera Angel's Revenge (2014), Yi Hoe in the blockbuster period film The Admiral: Roaring Currents (2014), and as Lee Sang-woo in the hit romantic comedy series Let's Eat 2 (2015).

Joo Woo-jae

Joo Woo-jae

Joo Woo-jae is a South Korean actor and model. He is known for his roles in dramas such as Come and Hug Me, Please Don't Date Him, Love Alert and Best Chicken.

BamBam

BamBam

Kunpimook Bhuwakul, nicknamed BamBam, is a Thai rapper and singer based in South Korea, and a member of the boy band Got7.

Hwang Kwang-hee

Hwang Kwang-hee

Hwang Kwang-hee, also known mononymously as Kwanghee, is South Korean singer, actor, and TV personality. He debuted in 2010 as a member of the boy band ZE:A. He is also known for his appearances on variety shows and was a cast member on Infinite Challenge from 2015 until he enlisted in the military in 2017.

Source: "List of Radio Star episodes", Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, (2023, January 25th), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Radio_Star_episodes.

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