Cha Tae-hyun finally apologizes
Cha Tae-hyun finally apologizes
Actor Cha Tae-hyun shared his thoughts on the end of tvN's 'Sometimes the Boss 3'.

Cha Tae-hyun, who recently appeared on tvN's entertainment program 'Sometimes the Boss 3', ran a supermarket across the ocean in the United States, showing the aspect of a healing fairy until the last business day, and portrayed a heart-warming story by interacting with many Korean residents on a larger scale.

On the 2nd, Cha Tae-hyun shared his thoughts about the ending of the show through his agency Blossom Entertainment. He said, "Hello, I'm Cha Tae-hyun. I think the planning and preparation process for this American episode was very difficult. It was difficult to find a place where we could run in such a large area, and the production team had to work hard to create a new store and return it to its original state." "I would like to say thank you for your hard work and effort. I would also like to express my deepest gratitude to my colleagues who came all the way to the United States and worked hard with me," he said.

“Nevertheless, we would like to express our apologies to the viewers who felt uncomfortable due to our negligence. Actually, I think this American episode leaves a lot to be desired. "I regretted that I had attempted something reckless even though I couldn't speak English, and I felt like I couldn't pay more attention to the residents there than in previous seasons because communication was more difficult than in Korea, so I reflected on myself after watching the broadcast," he added. .

Cha Tae-hyun said, "But as expected, the warm hearts of the residents of Monterey deeply resonated with me and moved me. In fact, the main characters of 'Somehow the Boss' are residents of that area. This time too, I am learning a lot thanks to the residents. They always treat me warmly. “I would like to say thank you once again to the residents of Monterey for giving, and thank you for always staying healthy and making good memories,” he said, expressing his gratitude.

He also said, “And lastly, I am very grateful to the fans and viewers who loved ‘How to Be the Boss 3.’ I hope to be able to meet you all again with a good work.” Unlike the previous season, Cha Tae-hyun started in a new place, the United States, and was confused by the ever-growing size of the supermarket. There were times when he made mistakes while making kimbap and using a different language, which were not present in the previous season, but he tried to adapt more quickly, and his clumsy but sincere words and actions were enough to bring healing laughter to viewers.

Kang Min-kyung, Ten Asia reporter translated by google