Jeon Hyun-moo said, “Do opposites attract?”
Jeon Hyun-moo said, “Do opposites attract?”
Jeon Hyun-moo and Hani have a great MBTI debate while looking at paintings by Van Gogh and Gauguin.

MBC's 'Cross the line 5', which will be broadcast on the 3rd, will feature the second part of Korea's first 'National Gallery of Britain Masterpiece Exhibition' and the 'Literature Collection' featuring the trio of young poets Lee Sang, Yoon Dong-ju, and Baek Seok. A special feature is drawn.

While Jeon Hyun-moo and Hani were appreciating paintings by Van Gogh and Gauguin, their tastes were sharply different and they bickered. In the exhibition hall, paintings by Van Gogh and Gauguin were hung side by side. In the eyes of Jeon Hyun-moo and Hani, the characteristics of two artists who painted in completely different ways were captured. The two people, whose tastes are divided into those of Gauguin's Jeon Hyun-moo and Gogh's Hani, made people laugh by having an overly immersive talk that went from paintings to MBTI.

Hani said, “Gauguin seems to have a J (planning) feel, and Van Gogh seems to have a P (perceiving type) feeling,” and displayed the quirkiness of interpreting a painting using MBTI. I felt that Gauguin painted in a planned manner, while Van Gogh painted spontaneously as he felt. Jeon Hyun-moo responded, “I’m P, but why do I like Gauguin better? “Do opposites attract?” he said. Hani agreed, saying, “I’m a J, so I like Van Gogh with a P vibe.”

Meanwhile, Jeon Hyun-moo said, “Van Gogh’s paintings (without a frame) are like my life,” and even began to reflect on himself while looking at the paintings. He then continued to give serious advice to planning type ‘J’ Hani, saying, “You need to let it go.” Docent Lee Chang-yong, who saw the two people discussing, said, “Just like you two, Van Gogh and Gauguin fought like this every day,” and stimulated curiosity by talking about not only their different ways of drawing, but also the relationship between the two people that crossed the line and led to catastrophe. .

The unbridgeable MBTI gap between Gauguin's Jeon Hyun-moo and Van Gogh's Hani and the story of the rivalry between art masters can be seen in 'Cross the line 5', which airs at 9:10 pm on the 3rd.

Kim Ji-won, Ten Asia reporter
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