‘Dad, Where Are We Going,' a variety show from MBC, is a show which revolves around the sons and daughters of celebrities, where the family gets to spend a night in a village in the middle of nowhere. You'll see celebrity dads bond with their children as
As a successor to their previous television show "LOVE LOVE Aishiteru", "Domoto Kyoudai" is a Japanese musical variety show hosted by Johnny & Associates duo KinKi Kids, that aired from 2001-2004, before later being renewed as "Shin Domoto Kyoudai".
South Korean cooking program on JTBC. In each episode, two celebrity guests have their refrigerators brought to the filming studio. The hosts go through each refrigerator, with the hosts, chefs, and guests commenting on unusual or otherwise notable foods
The program revolves around the battle of two teams led by Yoo Jaesuk and Yoo Heeyeol. Each team will brings back a "Sugar Man": the singer who was a one-hit wonder, but has since disappeared from the public eye. The two teams recreate the old song, "Suga
Based on a unique concept, Flower Crew will take the cast members on a three-day adventure in which all their decisions will be made by viewers of the show. Viewers will have the chance to participate in the show through Naver V live broadcast voting.
"Shin Domoto Kyoudai" is a variety show presented by J-Pop duo KinKi Kids: Domoto Koichi and Domoto Tsuyoshi; which was filmed in a studio with a live audience, where each episode featured a guest or a group of guest celebrities. The show was originally
Variety show consists of six female celebrities that are/were idols from five different generations (1960s-current). Each week they are split into two teams where they go on adventures and compete against each other while bonding with each other and enjoy
22 contestants live together for two weeks in a simulated village that consists of two opposing societies. At the end of the game, only one of the two societies will survive: A society where a strong leader dictates, or a society where decisions are made