Lee Chang-seop confesses to a shocking experience
Lee Chang-seop confesses to a shocking experience
Lee Chang-seop confesses to the shocking experience of ‘having measured the body temperature through a horse’s anus.’

In the final episode of 'When I Open My Eyes OOO', which airs today (28th), 'Hong Kong Floating Village Fisherman' Shin Gyu-jin and 'Chiang Mai Elephant Hotelier' Shin Ye-eun continue their life to the Nth degree, which is a real experience of life. In particular, Ji Ye-eun, who speaks fluent Thai, takes on the challenge of making local style Tom Yum Goong.

On this day, Ji Ye-eun is surprised to witness a method of measuring the body temperature of a 3.9-ton elephant whose health has deteriorated due to obesity, and arouses curiosity. A veterinarian inserted a thermometer directly into the elephant's anus to measure its temperature. Lee Chang-seop, who was watching this, said, “I have also measured the body temperature through a horse’s anus. “I was appalled,” he said, drawing attention by sharing a vivid story of a shocking experience.

Also, on this day's broadcast, Ji Ye-eun takes on the challenge of making Tom Yum Goong as a room service mission. Ji Ye-eun is said to have impressed her senior Daniel with her perfect preparation of washing and cutting various spices such as lemongrass and ginger purchased at the local market.

In particular, Thai red pepper paste 'Nam Prik Pao' appears as an ingredient that makes Tom Yum Goong's unique taste deeper and richer, and the secret recipe is said to be revealed, raising curiosity about what the taste will be like. Meanwhile, Ji Ye-eun is said to have developed a stronger friendship with the elephant mother and daughter, Tawan and Tawan, by experiencing a water bomb that moisturizes her entire body with the nose fountain shot by Tawan while bathing them.

Meanwhile, the last episode of 'When I Opened My Eyes OOO' will be broadcast at 8 pm today (28th).

Kim Se-ah, Ten Asia reporter haesmik@tenasia.co.kr
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