DinDin expressed his visual confidence by saying that he was Cha Eunwoo.
DinDin expressed his visual confidence by saying that he was Cha Eunwoo.
DinDin reveals the morning routine he has been missing recently.

In MBC Every1's 'Going Away - I Was There, Then I Wasn't' (hereinafter referred to as 'Going Away'), which airs at 7:40 pm on the 19th, the concerns of various people such as doctors, nurses, and long-term coordinators are shared at the hospital, the second on-site counseling center. . Four religious clergy, including Protestant Pastor Kim Jin, Buddhist Monk Seongjin, Won-Buddhist rector Park Se-woong, and Catholic Father Ha Seong-yong, leave advice on various concerns.

Meanwhile, Go Min-leo Han tells his story on the topic of 'dopamine addiction', which many modern people can relate to. Even if you think you won't make an appointment, if you have a drinking party, you can't control yourself and go out.

Among the MCs, DinDin and Uhm Ji-yoon actively sympathize with this story. DinDin says, "I received a recommendation after watching a medical video related to dopamine. I've been doing it for 10 days now, and after holding on for just 1 minute and 30 seconds in the morning, dopamine is produced like I've never felt before." He added, “When I look in the mirror after doing this, I see myself as Cha Eunwoo,” making everyone burst into laughter. I'm curious about DinDin's morning routine that gives him enough dopamine to feel like Cha Eunwoo.

Uhm Ji-yoon recalls his past when he drank a lot and says, “There was a time when I got sick while drinking and stayed in bed for four days.” There is increasing curiosity as to how Uhm Ji-yoon, who enjoyed drinking as much as Go Min-le, was able to overcome the dopamine effect of alcohol.

You can see what advice the clergy gave regarding 'dopamine addiction' on 'Angry Soonsak', which airs at 7:40 pm today (19th).

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