[TV Report] Actors Kim Sooro, Kim Woo Bin, Lee Jong Suk are currently filming for SBS’ Running Man.
It has been revealed to TV Report on the 18th that “Kim Woo Bin and Lee Jong Suk are going to be guests on Running Man”, and also “Kim Sooro is with them as well”.
A lot of online communities and SNS have people reporting and uploading photos of kim Woo Bin and Lee Jong Suk filming Running Man. According to these sightings, Kim Woo Bin and Lee Jong Suk are currently filming at Incheon.
Kim Sooro also hinted that he would be on Running Man when he wrote these words on the 17th, “Filming for the first time in a long time. For the entire day. The content is a secret. It’s for loyalty.”
Kim Sooro is previously known as the “Monster of Games” from variety shows like Running Man. Along with Kim Woo Bin and Lee Kong Suk who acted so passionately in School 2013, expressing their variety sense and competitiveness, an interesting programme can be expected.
The episode that features guests Kim Sooro, Kim Woo Bin and Lee Jong Suk will be aired on the 24th of this month.
source: TVReport translated by hitoritabi
source: Vocal_JM Twitter
“Through work I met and gained a good friend like you, I feel grateful. If there wasn’t you, there wasn’t Heungsoo. Thank you.”
“To fans that coming to Jongsuk’s fanmeeting, please keep loving and sending him loves and cheers. Keep happy and healthy. Wish the fanmeeting goes well!”
“(Jongsuk) Dance! Go dance popping dance! Hehehe bye”
source: mizzjulie19 translated by deenakahara
불금!!! 저는 오늘 광고 찍으러 갑니다~^^ 이종석은 모르니까 쉿 비밀!! ㅋㅋ
Burning Friday!!! I’m going to shoot CF today~^^ Lee Jongsuk doesn’t know so shh secret!! Keke
Translation Note: 불금 (bulgeum) is a new slang for 불타는 금요일 (bultaneun geumyoil), literally means burning Friday. In English, people say ‘TGIF,’ which is an acronym for Thank God It’s Friday. People express their joy in knowing that the work week is over. 불금 (bulgeum) can be used in various ways. You can express how happy you are because it’s Friday by saying “불금이다! (bulgeum-ida)” “It’s Friday.” or “TGIF!” Or you can use the word with the verb ‘보내다 (bonaeda)’ which means to spend time or money. “불금 보내~ (bulgeum bonae)” it simply means “Have fun!” And of course, you can only say it on Friday.
source: hyunjungsh1 translated by jihahaho
Honestly, I'm not the biggest Running Man fan, but I can't wait to see this!!! Woo Bin is going to be so cute!!