Lee Chan-won "The last date was last week"
Lee Chan-won "The last date was last week"
'Talk Pawon 25 O'Clock' captivated viewers by traveling across countries with unique beauty.

In JTBC's 'Talk Pawon 25 O'Clock', which aired on the 8th, couples from around the world went on an online trip to the United Arab Emirates and Japan in search of dating courses, and to Jordan, which is full of ancient ruins and masterpieces created by nature. Also, in France, we had a lot of fun looking at the buildings of architect Gustave Eiffel.

The UAE's 'TALK' Pawon attracted great attention from the start by introducing Love Lake, a heart oasis in the desert created with Dubai's capital. In addition, interest was doubled by the ultimate luxury date in Dubai, including a pink limousine available for about 360,000 won per hour and private beach dining for about 1.24 million won.

Japan's 'Talk' Pawon announced Tokyo's romantic date course. The restaurant, which was the first stop, attracted everyone's attention with an incredible magic show and a special message event, and added romance by enjoying champagne in a limousine filled with heart balloons.

The studio lit a fire with stories about dating courses in each country. Among them, Takuya cited driving as the Japanese's favorite date course, but was unable to recommend a specific location, which drew protests from the cast. In response, Takuya confessed that it was his first time driving with MCs Jeon Hyun-moo and Lee Chan-won in Japan, making the studio burst into laughter.

The cast talked about when their last date with each other was. When Kim Sook said, “I don’t think Chanwon is there,” Jeon Hyunmoo guessed, “Chanwon is.” Kim Sook asked Lee Chan-won, “Is it within a year? Not within a year?” Lee Chan-won surprised everyone by saying, “We went on a date last week too.” He then expressed his love for his fans in a sweet way, saying, “With my beloved fans.”

Jordan, the filming location of numerous movies such as 'The Martian', 'Transformers 2', and 'Indiana Jones 3', attracted attention with its mysterious scenery. In particular, when a member of the 'Tok' team on a business trip to Jordan, who was looking around the huge amphitheater built around the 2nd century, explained the construction behind the scenes, saying that it was a space carved out of a hill rather than piled up stones, Jeon Hyun-moo gave a 'strong' reaction that ranged between disbelief and admiration.

French 'Tok' Pawon looked around Paris' landmarks containing traces of architect Gustave Eiffel to the tombstone erected toward the Eiffel Tower. Above all, the accommodation for Gustave Eiffel, located at the top of the Eiffel Tower, was surprising as even the richest people in Paris could not visit it without his invitation.

Today's broadcast viewership rating (based on Nielsen Korea paying households) of 'Talk Pawon 25 O'Clock', which left behind a variety of entertainment by covering special dating courses in the United Arab Emirates and Japan, living ancient ruins in Jordan, and world-class figures in France, was 3.1% nationwide, The target audience rating for the 2049 generation in the metropolitan area was 2.9%, and 1.1%.

Kim Ji-won, Ten Asia reporter bella@tenasia.co.kr translated by google