Watch: William, Gun Hoo, Na Eun, And More Pose For 6th-Anniversary Calendar On “The Return Of Superman”
The cast of “The Return of Superman” had a meaningful celebration for the show’s sixth anniversary.
On the November 10 episode of the reality show, the cast gathered to produce a sixth-anniversary calendar, the proceeds of which will be donated to the medical treatment of underprivileged children.
Before the shoot, Moon Hee Jun and his daughter Heeyul (nicknamed JamJam) met with philanthropic star Sean. When the H.O.T member told him about the cast’s calendar and asked for advice, Sean suggested donating the proceeds to a children’s rehabilitation hospital. Sean, Moon Hee Jun, and JamJam then visited a children’s rehabilitation center, where JamJam became friends with one of the children. After gaining new insight at the hospital, Moon Hee Jun said, “I’ll work even harder to shoot the calendar.”
Moon Hee Jun’s close friend and actor Yeon Jung Hoon made a surprise appearance as the photographer for the calendar. He announced, “The concept for this non-profit calendar is ‘life.'”
In order to pose for photos with a wedding concept, William and Rawon showed up to the set dressed in a tuxedo and dress respectively. Not understanding the actual concept of marriage, William asked, “What’s marriage?” Yeon Jung Hoon answered, “It’s a promise that you’ll live together forever.” William then asked the actor if he was married, and he replied that had been married for over 14 years.
Rawon, who appeared nervous standing in front of the camera, remained expressionless while posing for the shoot. Seeing this, William kissed her on the cheek and hugged her from behind. Yeon Jung Hoon and the staff burst out laughing at his charming antics.
William and Rawon then dressed up as parents of twins. William called Rawon “honey,” allowing Yeon Jung Hoon to successfully capture the winning shot. They also dressed up as kindergarteners and made the staff laugh with their adorable appearance.
For December’s twilight years concept, Sam Hammington put a gray-haired wig and glasses on Bentley. However, when he placed a hat on top of the wig, Bentley threw it off. Bentley and JamJam were unable to remain focused as the shoot went on, and they began to run around on set. Fortunately, Yeon Jung Hoon was able to cheer up the children using gummies.
For the dream job concept, William transformed into a gagman dressed up as Maenggu (a comical character from a Korean TV show), and Rawon became a lecturer. JamJam turned into an idol, and Bentley dressed up as a cook. All of the children also put on mouse costumes to celebrate the year 2020 which is the year of the mouse according to the lunar calendar.
Park Joo Ho, Na Eun, and Gun Hoo took photographs in their hometown of Ulsan for the calendar. They also dressed up as mice, and Na Eun transformed into a ballerina. Meanwhile, Gun Hoo turned into a grandfather and a bird expert.
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