Lee Chan-won also admired the continent of South Africa "The first place so far in terms of view"
Lee Chan-won also admired the continent of South Africa "The first place so far in terms of view"
'Tokpa One 25 Hours' extends its feet to the African continent.

In JTBC's 'Tokpa One 25:00', which airs on the 12th, a trip to Cape Town, the legislative capital of South Africa, will be held following the exotic activities in San Francisco, USA and Dubai, UAE. 'Tokpa One 25 Hour' visits an African country for the first time.

South Africa's Talk (Talk) Pawon is 1086 m above sea level, so it climbs to the top of Table Mountain, which can be seen anywhere in Cape Town, and captures a spectacular view of the city and the Atlantic Ocean. MC Lee Chan-won couldn't hold back his admiration, saying, "In terms of views, it's the first place so far."

At Nobel Square on the Alfred Waterfront in Victoria, called the Europe of Africa, you can see statues of former Nobel laureates in South Africa. There are statues of four people who fought for peace in the country, including South Africa's first black president, Nelson Mandela. South Africa's Tokpawon passes through the waterfront to Robben Island, where Nelson Mandela spent 18 years in prison.

In addition, Tokpawon in South Africa doubles the fun of meeting various animals through a safari tour, the real pleasure of traveling in Africa. In particular, the studio is astonished at the scene where they enter the lion's cage in a safari car without a safety net. It is said that MC Jeon Hyun-moo, who was watching the video, made a laugh by giving a pleasant joke, saying, "Isn't the guide down?"

In addition, in a special restaurant where you can feel the real Africa with just one visit, you can watch the djembe performance, play the djembe yourself, and enjoy interesting experiences such as dancing traditional African dances. In addition, there are various attractions such as the Ocean View of Chapman's Peak Drive, which is famous for car advertisements, Boulders Beach with Jackass penguins, a rare species that only lives in the southern tip of Africa, and the Cape of Good Hope with a beautiful view of the blue sea of the Atlantic Ocean and the green sea of the Indian Ocean. going to be full.

Reporter Kang Min-kyung, Ten Asia kkk39@tenasia.co.kr translated by google