Jeon Hyun-moo explains ‘no broadcasting with Lim Young-woong’
Jeon Hyun-moo explains ‘no broadcasting with Lim Young-woong’
MC Jeon Hyun-moo explained his statement that he had never broadcast with Lim Young-woong.

JTBC's 'Talk Partner 25 Hours', which will be broadcast on the 18th, will provide unique fun by visiting restaurants recommended by a classic travel companion guidebook and an emerging artificial intelligence chatbot in France and Taiwan.

Else Up Ye-eun, 'CLC's short-haired girl' who has both talent and charm, will appear as a guest on this day's broadcast. Ye-eun talks about her secret relationship with MC Yang Se-chan and calls him her church brother. When Ye-eun, who is from Dongducheon like Yang Se-chan, tells an anecdote, saying, "Yang Se-chan was a star during his school days. There is no one in Dongducheon who doesn't know Yang Se-chan, so I feel an inner intimacy," MC Jeon Hyun-moo says, "Isn't he the church dad?", causing laughter.

In addition, it was revealed that Jeon Hyun-moo's statement that he had 'never broadcasted with Lim Young-woong' was not true, so there was time for clarification. MC Lee Chan-won even added a cute twist, saying, "I also appeared on 'Hidden Singer'." Jeon Hyun-moo is said to have created a warm atmosphere by saying, "I never even thought I would meet him because he was such a hard-to-meet big star."

In addition, the MCs begin testing Jeon Hyun-moo's affection with the hope that he will not forget 'Talk Partner 25 Hours'. This raises curiosity as to whether Jeon Hyun-moo will be able to pass the 'Talk Partner 25 Hour' affection test.

In 'Talk Partner Direct Purchase', a restaurant competition between a guidebook and an artificial intelligence chatbot provides fun. French and Taiwanese TALK members increase interest by visiting restaurants recommended by guidebooks and chatbots, respectively. France's Tokpawon will have a seafood platter and millefeuille at three major cafes on Montparnasse Street recommended by the guidebook, and a mukbang of German-influenced Alsatian cuisine choukrt at a restaurant recommended by an artificial intelligence chatbot.

Taiwan's Tokpawon eats tripe noodles at a tripe noodle restaurant recommended by an artificial intelligence chatbot, and tries eating snails and soft tofu with fermented eggs at a restaurant recommended by a guidebook. Taiwan's Tok Pa-won, who ate soft tofu with fermented eggs, is said to have expressed a shocking taste, stimulating curiosity.

Kang Min-kyung, Ten Asia reporter
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