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Sisters Slam Dunk PD Shares Whether He Regrets Doing A Second Season
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Sisters Slam Dunk PD Shares Whether He Regrets Doing A Second Season

With Sisters Slam Dunk Season 2 nearing its end, the producing director (PD) of the show has left some remarks in a recent interview.

PD Park In Suk, who has stayed with the show for both seasons, explained how he came to start the program in the first place. In an industry where most variety shows were focused on men, I wanted to create a show that could be centered around women, he revealed.

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He then shared that he had received backlash for wanting to do a second season. I looked up and read all the malicious comments that people wrote. There were times when I got hurt but I humbly acknowledged all the criticism. People kept telling me I had a lot to lose, but I ultimately decided to go forth with another season and I do not regret it. The cast members were the best, he expressed.

Unnies From Sisters Slam Dunk Season 2 Share Handwritten Letters For Their Fans
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Unnies From Sisters Slam Dunk Season 2 Share Handwritten Letters For Their Fans

Members of girl group Unnies from Sisters Slam Dunk Season 2 wrote letters to their fans Dongsaengs ahead of the last episode.

Kim Sook wrote, Dongsaengs, who are always on Unnies side! Dongsaengs, I will think of you a lot. You have worked hard to support Unnies. We will cherish you forever. Thank you.

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Hong Jin Kyung continued, We have been so grateful and happy thanks to Dongsaengs. We will cherish the love you gave us forever. Thank you so much. I love you.

Unnies From Sisters Slam Dunk Season 2 Put On Their Last Performance And Carry Out No. 1 Promise
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Unnies From Sisters Slam Dunk Season 2 Put On Their Last Performance And Carry Out No. 1 Promise

On May 26, Sisters Slam Dunk Season 2 aired their final episode, with the Unnies heading to a festival at Konkuk University to put on their last performance as a group.

The episode began, however, with the Unnies carrying out their promise to wear hanbok [traditional clothing] and perform their dance in public if their single Right? got No. 1 on the music charts.

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So on Monday morning, the Unnies split up and carried out their promise separately in various places in Seoul.

Han Chae Young Reveals The Sisters Slam Dunk Season 2 Cast Still Keeps In Touch With Each Other
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Han Chae Young Reveals The Sisters Slam Dunk Season 2 Cast Still Keeps In Touch With Each Other

Han Chae Young revealed through a recent interview, which was to promote her new movie The Star Next Door, that she still keeps in touch with her Sisters Slam Dunk Season 2 co-stars, the Unnies.

First, the actress opened up about how peoples perception of her has changed since her appearance on the variety show. Before, she felt as though people had misconceptions that she would be hard to work with and fussy because of her perfect physical appearance, but she feels that people find her more approachable now that shes shown her true personality on the show.

Unnies From “Sister’s Slam Dunk Season 2” Reunite To Support Kang Ye Won
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Unnies From “Sister’s Slam Dunk Season 2” Reunite To Support Kang Ye Won

Several members of Unnies have reunited after the conclusion of their program Sisters Slam Dunk Season 2 last month!

On June 17, Han Chae Young, Hong Jin Young, Gong Minzy, and Jeon Somi got together to visit Kang Ye Wons art exhibit.

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Jeon Somi posted a photo and video with the caption, Went to Yewons art exhibit! So beautiful. Our friendship is very strong.

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