Lee Jun Ki Visits Family Outing
Actor Lee Jun Ki was invited as a guest on SBS variety show Family Outing. He filmed with the regular cast – Yoo Jae Suk, Yoon Jong Shin, Kim Su Ro, Lee Hyori, Lee Chun Hee, Park Ye Jin, Daesung, and Kim Jong Kook – overnight from May 4 to 5. The location was by Gyeongsangnam-do’s seaside. A representative from the show said that Lee got along well with everyone. (Lee Hyori and he are close friends from doing Anycall’s Anystar campaign together.) The episodes featuring Lee Jun Ki will be broadcast on May 17 and 24 on SBS.
Go beyond the jump to find out more about Family Outing.
Variety Show: Family Outing (패밀리가 떴다)
Broadcast Schedule: Sundays at 5:20pm on SBS; premiered in the summer of 2008
Directors: Jang Hyuk Jae, Jo Hyo Jin
Cast: Yoo Jae Suk, Lee Hyori, Yoon Jong Shin, Kim Su Ro, Lee Chun Hee, Park Ye Jin, [Kang] Dae Sung, Kim Jong Kook
The Republic of Korea’s top celebrities have united as the strongest family!!
Eight celebrities from the film, broadcasting, and music industries come together every other week to go on an overnight trip to the countryside. Sending the homeowners on vacation, the “family” housesits and does chores for them. The program format is usually: chore, game, dinner, game, sleep, breakfast, chore, game. One or two guests have been invited onto every trip. Through the various activities, they get to grow closer together like a family.
Kim Dong Wan – episodes 1 & 2
Brian Joo – episodes 3 & 4
Park Hae Jin – episodes 5 & 6
Shin Sung Rok, G.Dragon – episodes 7 & 8
Junjin – episodes 9 & 10
Lee Jin Wook – episodes 11 & 12
Lee Hong Ki, Taeyeon – episodes 13 & 14
Shin Hye Sung – episodes 15 & 16
Junsu, Yunho – episodes 17 & 18
Kim Jong Kook (new member) – episodes 19 & 20
Bi – episodes 21 & 22
Cha Tae Hyun – episodes 23 & 24
Lee Soo Kyung – episodes 25 & 26
Jang Hyuk – episodes 27, 28, 29
Song Chang Ui – episodes 30 & 31
Daniel Henney – episodes 32 & 33
T.O.P – episodes 34 & 35
Yoona – episodes 36 & 37
Lee Bum Soo – episodes 38 & 39
Hwang Jung Min – episodes 40 & 41
Kim Won Hee – episodes 42 & 43
Cha Seung Won – episodes 44 & 45
Son Dambi – episodes 46 & 47
Lee Jun Ki – episodes 48 & 49
KP’s note: There has been some criticisms over the fact that there is a general script for the “reality” show and that the format needs a change-up. However, it’s an enjoyable watch; I consider it as a warmer, less rough version of Two Days and One Night (1N2D). If you want to check out a few episodes to get an idea, I’d recommend Lee Soo Kyung’s and Shin Hye Sung’s. Also, I find that the first half of the trip (part one of each guest’s two episodes) is usually more fun than the second.