Yoo Jae Suk Cameos On “Master In The House” And Gives The Members Hilarious Advice

Yoo Jae Suk set out to offer some funny but helpful advice for the cast of “Master in the House.”

On the June 10 episode of SBS’s variety show “Master in the House,” Lee Sang Yoon, Lee Seung Gi, Yang Se Hyung, and BTOB’s Yook Sungjae gathered at a bookshop to meet their 11th master, a legendary Korean soccer player. When the production staff gave them a chance to talk to the then-unknown master’s friend, Yang Se Hyung immediately recognized the voice. It was none other than Yoo Jae Suk!

The members soon started asking questions about how they could improve their variety skills to Yoo Jae Suk, who’s well-known as “the king of variety.” The TV personality explained some of the ways he keeps his comments entertaining, and demonstrated what he meant.

He also shared his thoughts on each of the “Master in the House” cast members. Yoo Jae Suk said jokingly, “You can see that Lee Seung Gi has changed nowadays compared to the past. In the past, he only said the things he needed to say. Now he says things that don’t need to be said!” All the members burst out laughing, hilariously agreeing. Yoo Jae Suk added, “But I feel that Lee Seung Gi has improved just as much because he feels responsible for the show.”

Yoo Jae Suk went on to offer advice for Lee Sang Yoon, who’s a rookie when it comes to variety shows. Taking a popular Korean slang that means, “Know when to step in, know when to stay put,” as the example, he told Lee Sang Yoon that he should start stepping in more often. Yoo Jae Suk then joked, “Seung Gi should just stay put, put, put.”

Yoo Jae Suk also advised Yook Sungjae to let loose even more of his goofy personality, mentioning his nickname “Yook Jal Ddo,” an abbreviation of “Yook Sungjae, the handsome dork.”

The members were so immersed in the phone call with Yoo Jae Suk that a long time passed before they began asking about the identity of their 11th master. “We were so interested in Yoo Jae Suk’s variety lessons that we almost forgot to get hints about the master,” they said laughing.

“Master in the House” airs every Sunday at 6:25 p.m. KST.

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