Choo Sung Hoon and Yano Shiho shared how their decision to appear on their new show was based on their worries and love for their daughter Sarang.
The first episode of SBS’s “Choovely’s Outing” aired on August 26 and followed Choo Sung Hoon, Yano Shiho, and Choo Sarang as they set off for their trip to Mongolia. The show aims to be a new kind of travel variety show where the cast goes to a different country without a set schedule with just one goal to “Live like a local.”
On why they decided to appear on the show, Choo Sung Hoon and Yano Shiho shared their worries of how busy they all were and how they rarely had time to sit down and bond with Sarang these days. They also shared how a busy schedule of piano, Korean, English, gymnastics, and art lessons and city life in general was stressing Sarang out, causing her to become quite short-tempered as a result.
Choo Sung Hoon said, “Sarang only thinks of herself because she’s never lived with a big group of people. I hope this becomes a good opportunity for her. That’s a big reason for why I chose to appear on the show.” Having visited Mongolia during his days as a judo athlete and fostered many good memories there, Choo Sung Hoon expressed his hopes for Sarang to make friends there and learn how to get along with others.
Yano Shiho agreed with the sentiments and shared that growing up in the countryside with a big family had been a great experience for her, and she hoped Sarang could have something similar.
Choo Sung Hoon concluded by saying, “All I want to do is focus on spending time with Sarang. I just want to make good memories with her.”