Lee Chan-won fell in love with an American hamburger restaurant
Lee Chan-won fell in love with an American hamburger restaurant
Chan-won Lee praised an American hamburger restaurant.

In JTBC's 'Talk Partner 25 Hours' broadcast on the 11th, they flew to Niigata Prefecture, Japan, Beijing, China, and Northern Ireland, where they can enjoy American restaurants and natural scenery that are not available in Korea. The viewership rating on this day was 4.1% based on Nielsen Korea's paid households in the metropolitan area, and the viewership rating for the 2049 target was 1.2%.

On this day's broadcast, American Tokpawon introduced restaurants that guarantee great taste through numerous chain restaurants and restaurants that can only be tasted in the United States. We continued our high-calorie eating show by tasting everything from America's favorite breakfast pancakes to hamburgers, Mexican food, cupcakes, and churrasco.

Among them, the hamburger restaurant that Tokpawon visited was also the place that Chanwon Lee and Siwon Lee, who were guests that day, also visited. Lee Chan-won praised them, saying, “I’ve been to them all, but this is the first place.” After tasting three hidden menu items that were not on the burger restaurant menu, Tokpawon was surprised by inhaling the burger that suited his taste.

In the 'Talk Partner Direct Purchase' corner, we visited Niigata Prefecture, Japan, where Yasunari Kawabata's 'Snow Country' was written. The panoramic station that appears after passing through the tunnel at the entrance to Kiyotsukyo, a huge canyon, purified the eyes of those who saw it. In addition, Tokpawon visited a ryokan and a Hegi soba restaurant inspired by Yasunari Kawabata, and made people laugh by messing around with the groom-throwing and ashes-applying customs at Matsunoyama, famous for its hot springs.

Next, we explored unique spots in Beijing, China's thousand-year old capital. Gyeongsan Park was impressive not only because of its enormous size, but also because it was a man-made mountain. At Zhongshan Park, we learned about Xiangqinjiao, a special Chinese culture that involves writing down a profile and placing it on the ground to find a partner for your child. Shehuangtangbao, dumplings where you can taste the juice by inserting a straw, and a restaurant that serves food on a spiral rail also attracted attention.

Above all, at the Beijing Zoo, I met the Meng Brothers, also known as Meng Da, Meng Er, and Meng Lan, giant pandas whose reputation rivals that of Korea's Fubao. Not only the Meng brothers, who are cute from their appearance to their actions, but also the Panda Cafe, which is full of pandas, also caught the eye.

Lastly, Northern Ireland's Tokpawon encountered historical facts by taking a black taxi tour in Belfast and examining the peace wall between the two religious regions. Attention was also drawn to the Titanic Museum, where you can see traces of the Titanic. The radio transmissions sent during the sinking and the remaining legacies were displayed in detail, allowing us to see how miserable the scene was at the time. The legends surrounding the Giant's Causeway and Dark Hedges also added to the fun of watching.

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