A ceremony was held in Shanghai to officially announce the show’s production. Although Yoo Jae Suk and Kim Tae Ho were unable to attend, a video of them congratulating the cast and crew and offering their support was played at the event.
In the video, Yoo Jae Suk says, “I hope that the Chinese version of ‘Infinity Challenge’ will make people laugh as much as the Korean one and will receive just as much love from so many people.”
Kim Tae Ho adds, “The Chinese show can be as successful as the Korean version. I hope that you’re beloved in China for ten or twenty years.”
It is expected that the Chinese “Infinity Challenge” will begin airing at the end of October on CCTV-1. There is still no official word on who will be starring in the show.
Are you going to watch the Chinese version of “Infinity Challenge” when it airs in October?