How do you do? I hope all of you are fine.
Today, I’m going to write again about Cool Kiz on the Block. Last Tuesday, KBS World has finished airing english subbed of Cool Kiz on the Block Episode 24 (KBS itself has aired this episode 2 weeks ago). As the episode 23 informed us, the episode is the last episode of Badminton arc. Being able to win at least one whole match as a team in table tennis (ping-pong) and bowling, did the Cool Kiz team win?
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This post contains spoilers. If you like, please watch the episode first at KBS World’s youtube channel, then go ahead to my post.
Unscripted drama is sport competition.
If you agree with me, moreover love to watch amateurs gradually hone their teamwork and skills, try to watch Cool Kiz on the Block a.k.a. Our Neighborhood Arts and Physical Education. Cool Kiz on the Block (or starts from now, I’m going to write it as CKOTB) is a Korean variety show that facing off Korean celebrities with local sport clubs/sportsmen/sportswomen to compete in various sport. It aired first on April 9th, 2013; featured Kang Ho-Dong (MC and former Ssireum wrestler), Lee Soo Geun, and Max Changmin (idol, DBSK) as main hosts and other guests to form the Cool Kiz team.
Halo! Ehem, how are you minna-san? O-genki desu ka? Has life ate you up lately? 🙂 I hope not, because I want to share about a variety show that might interest you and help form a smile (or maybe laugh) in your face: Sekai No Hate Made ItteQ! [世界の果てまでイッテq!]
This show, you can just call it Itte-Q, is a Japanese TV variety show which introduces the uniqueness and interesting things from around the world: foods, culture, nature, festivals, you name it. I know, I know, it sounds like nothing special, ne?
The truth is, I never watch any full episode Itte-Q. So, I can’t tell that the show is really wonderful or just meh ~ but, I don’t want to miss the 3-nin Otoko Matsuri segment.