With the nickname Prince of Asia, odds are youve probably heard of Lee Kwang Soo as a cast member of Running Man. He’s hilarious, he’s won around five awards in acting, and he’s a former model at over six feet tall. What’s not to like? However, while fans may have noticed Kwang Soo’s many appearances in variety shows, he has also made a number of cameo appearances in popular K-dramas. Check out five of them below and see if you actually managed to spot the Giraffe (His Running Man nickname) in the scenery!
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Lee Kwang Soo and Kim Jong Kook bickered with each other on 'Running Man' this week.
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In the clip above, the members of the show are seen goofing around and joking with each other about how they were all dressed. Afterward, Kim Jong Kook abruptly greeted Yang Se Chan warmly because the comedian sent Kim Jong Kook a warm text message to congratulate him on Turbo's recent comeback. While pointing at Lee Kwang Soo, Kim Jong Kook, "You're so different from this one particular person who doesn't even care about me at all."
In the latest episode of SBSs Running Man, which aired on April 23, Lee Kwang Soo and Kim Jong Kook were almost nowhere to be seen.
In this episode of Running Man, comedian Jang Do Yeon appeared as a guest and the cast was split into teams of three and had to go to three different locations. Then, the teams played different games to avoid getting travel tickets. The team who earns three tickets would have to endure a punishment, which was taking a trip to one of the most dangerous tourist spots in the world.
After almost three years have passed, RUNNING MAN finally were here again in Malaysia! Even though there were lots of rumors and things happened like the end of the show and poor ratings recently, Running Man members still managed to attract thousands of fans among all generations to join their Malaysia Fan Meeting last Saturday.
The Fan Meeting was held at the Malaysia International Exhibition and Convention Centre (MIECC) Seri Kembangan, featuring five stars of the South Korean variety show, namely Lee Kwang Soo, Kim Jong Kook, HaHa, Song Ji Hyo and Ji Suk Jin, entertaining the crowd with their lively song performances and many interactive games.
Recently, the producers of SBS’s “Running Man” shared behind-the-scenes stills showing Lee Kwang Soo and Yang Se Chan crying in the middle of the ocean.
On the upcoming episode of SBS’s “Running Man,” Lee Kwang Soo, HaHa, Yang Se Chan and Kim Jong Kook do everything in their power to get exempt from the Japanese haunted house punishment. The haunted house is listed on the Guiness Book of World Records as one of the scariest in the world, and in order to get exempt, the team has to catch a king crab and 10 other types of seafood in Russia.