On the November 14 broadcast of MBC’s “Infinite Challenge,” the members presented the “MuDo Tour” to various foreigners in order to introduce to them the wide spectrum of Korean culture. Yoo Jae Suk, Jung Joon Ha, HaHa, Kwanghee, and Jung Hyung Don became special tour guides on this episode.
The “Infinite Challenge” members and foreigners went on various tours to experience the rich history and cuisine of Korea. Jung Joon Ha and HaHa especially drew interest as they visited a famous Korean pancake restaurant that director Tim Burton had once visited.
Yoo Jae Suk quickly became very close with the foreigners. Seeing this, Kwanghee said in envy, “The foreigners are very clever. They only ask to take pictures with the most popular member, Yoo Jae Suk.”
A baffled HaHa responded, “How can you be jealous of Yoo Jae Suk’s popularity already?”
Kwanghee jokingly then said, “This is why we cannot improve. In order to climb up to his level, we have to be jealous. Our mindset should be focused on climbing up the ladder to Yoo Jae Suk’s level, and then pushing him aside!”
His jealousy did not stop there. When a foreigner pointed out that Eric Nam was the young David Beckham, Kwanghee hilariously raged with envy.
On the bus, when the tour crew passed The Sejong Center for the Performing Arts, Kwanghee referred to it as “Korea’s Kennedy Hall.” However, the main concert hall in New York that he was referring to is actually called Carnegie Hall.
To this, Yoo Jae Suk responded, “You really do not match well with a history tour.”
To top it off, when Yoo Jae Suk asked Patima from Morocco to give new Moroccan names to them, she named Kwanghee a name that sounded like ‘side.’ Kwanghee then caused laughter as he responded, “I don’t like ‘side.’ I want to be the center!” Patima quickly explained that the name actually meant happiness. Understanding its actual meaning, Kwanghee then thanked her for his new name.
Make sure to check out “Infinite Challenge” when it airs every Saturday at 6:25 p.m. KST!