Watch: “Running Man” Cast Gets Fans Hyped Up With Their Amazing Collaboration Stages
The cast of “Running Man” did not disappoint with their superb collaborations!
On September 15, the variety show aired the second installment of the ninth-anniversary fan meeting.
FIrst off, HaHa and Skull showcased a powerful performance of “Dang Diggi Bang.” They received a cheer of over 120 decibels, so HaHa was able to obtain a hint about the spy.
Then came Ji Suk Jin and Song Ji Hyo who put aside their quarrelsome chemistry to sing “Don’t” by Loco and MAMAMOO’s Hwasa. Song Ji Hyo caught everyone’s eye with her dazzling beauty and awesome stage manners. On the other hand, Ji Suk Jin made everyone laugh with his excessively lethal charms and even surprised Song Ji Hyo by unexpectedly pouring wine on stage.
Next, Lee Kwang Soo, Jun So Min, and Yang Se Chan teamed up to perform Cool’s “Woman on the Beach.” In particular, Jun So Min exuded a cute and lovely charm with her retro girl performance. The audience’s cheer surpassed 125 decibels, so they were able to get a hint about the spy as well. The hint was that “the spy can be with balls, but not with dice.”
Kim Jong Kook selected the soundtrack “Speechless” from the movie “Aladdin” to show his true side as a singer. Instead of the powerful feeling of the original song, he showed off his signature mellow beauty and received enthusiastic support from the audience.
Yoo Jae Suk and HaHa made everyone laugh with their entertaining performance of “Hollywood.” Following the X-generation dance parade, the two excited the audience with their double wave during the climax part.
After their stages, girl group ITZY performed as the guest singers. Meanwhile, the members gathered in twos and threes to talk about the spy. Apink speculated, “Everyone worked hard, but HaHa worked the hardest.”
During the second half of the fan meeting, Lee Kwang Soo and Ji Suk Jin sang “Party” with Apink. Thanks to Apink’s lead, they showed a refreshing charm as a co-ed group. The audience’s tension shot up with Bomi’s jump during the climax. Apink’s Chorong commented, “I’ve been the oldest on the team for eight years. I was so happy to be out of the senior position for the first time this time.”
Which collaboration was your favorite?
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