In collaboration with Netflix, comedian and reality show host Park Na-rae will make her stand-up debut with two nights of appearances at the Blue Square I'Market Hall. Park will perform "Glamour Warning," a sexually explicit show about love and relationships, on May 17 and 18.
The recorded version of the show will be available on Netflix. It is the global streaming service's third Korean stand-up show following Yoo Byung-jae's "Black Comedy" and "Discomfort Zone."
Tickets for "Glamour Warning" sold out in just 5 minutes.
In the teaser video of the show, Park said she came to have "a hot first experience." "Please join me for unprecedented hot and sexy dating stories," she said in the video.
Debuting in 2006, Park is currently one of Korea's most sought-after TV personalities. She became poplar for her witty and frank talk on several different programs such as tvN's "Comedy Big League" and "Miss Korea," MBC's "I Live Alone" and "Save Me! Holmes," and JTBC's "My Mad Beauty."
She's doing a fine job MC-ing I Live Alone now! I could care less about Hyunmoo, but I would love to see Hyejin again. She genuinely seemed close to the other members and the show needs another female host.
source: The Korea Times