Yoo Jae-seok persuaded Jung Joon-ha and Park Myung-soo who decided to quit the martial arts.
In KBS2’s entertainment show “Problematic Children in the Rooftop Room,” Jung Joon-ha reveals the story of thinking about getting out of MBC’s “Infinite Challenge.”
Jung Joon-ha will appear on KBS2’s entertainment show “Problematic Children in the Rooftop Room,” which will air on the 20th 광주호빠
On this day, Jung Joon-ha said he had decided to leave because of Park Myung-soo while filming “Infinite Challenge,” drawing everyone’s attention at once. Jeong Hyung-don, who has been with Jung Joon-ha for a long time, also said, “It was a huge incident. “If I were him, I would have given up on Myung-soo,” he said, raising interest even more.
Jeong Hyung-don said he was filming under the concept of a sports competition at the time, surprising everyone by saying that “Myung-soo even took off his underwear when he lowered Jun-ha’s pants hanging from the iron bar.” In addition, Jung Joon-ha said, “There were about 400 fans of an idol group in the audience at the time of filming, and 400 people turned their heads at the same time, saying, ‘Ack!'” and “I thought someone called me from behind,” drawing laughter.
Jeong Hyung-don said, “I couldn’t comfort Jun-ha when he went into the waiting room without getting angry,” and Jung Joon-ha said, “It was a vague situation to be comforted. Jae-seok only repeatedly said, ‘It’s okay.’ Since then, both the members and the audience cheered for me by shouting my name.”
Jung Joon-ha, who drew attention by appearing in the music video with his 9-year-old son Roha this year, immediately replied, “I think Hyung-don will fit well,” but he hesitates to answer, causing laughter. In addition, Jung Joon-ha said he chose “Best in-laws” and “Worst in-laws” among the members of the dance, drawing attention to who will win the “In-laws’ Ideal World Cup.”
The behind-the-scenes story of Infinite Challenge revealed by Jung Joon-ha will be released on “The Problematic Children in the Rooftop,” which will air at 10:40 p.m. on the 20th.