Lee Chang-seop enlisted for the third time
Lee Chang-seop enlisted for the third time
Lee Chang-seop enlisted for the third time
Lee Chang-seop enlisted for the third time
Lee Chang-seop enlisted for the third time
Lee Chang-seop enlisted for the third time
Lee Chang-seop enlisted for the third time
Lee Chang-seop enlisted for the third time
Lee Chang-seop, who embarked on an unprecedented 're-enlistment' from the Military Academy to the Air Force Academy, radiates extraordinary chemistry with the cadets by not only playing friendly tiki-taka but also participating in the 'Maratanghulu Challenge', which is hot these days.

Lee Chang-seop, MC of OOTV's entertainment show 'Ex-Convict: A Man Who Convicts Every Day' (hereinafter referred to as 'Ex-Convict'), 're-enlists' at the Air Force Academy in commemoration of the OOTV Studio (ootb STUDIO) YouTube channel reaching '1.5 million subscribers'. Lee Chang-seop, who previously transferred to the Military Academy to celebrate exceeding 500,000 subscribers and set a record of 9.24 million views, the highest number of views in the entire season's history, visits the Air Force Academy and experiences a full course of training that cadets actually receive in 'Ex-Convict', which will be released on the 4th. It is expected that he will once again make a 'legendary performance'.

Upon arriving at the Air Force Academy, Lee Chang-seop honestly expresses his feelings, saying, “I’m not that excited about the thought of having to enlist again.” He also makes people laugh by saying, “I still don’t want to go in,” and doesn’t give up his steps easily. Lee Chang-seop said, "If I'm going to send the military again, I will go when the number of subscribers exceeds 2.5 million," and made the production team proud by suggesting 'voluntary re-enlistment' before even starting.

Chang-seop Lee, who has just entered construction, makes full use of his experience of conducting reviews of various departments and causing laughter with students through 'close friends' moments, and on this day also exudes extraordinary chemistry through 'immediate interviews' with cadets. In particular, when he boasted that "Maratang soup was served as a troop meal," he immediately started by asking, "Did Tanghulu also serve it?" and started a surprise joint performance of the 'Maratanghulu Challenge' with the construction cadets.

After Lee Chang-seop returns to his military uniform and transforms into a full-fledged construction 'cadet', he attracts attention with his unexpected adaptability. After showing off the 'knife angle ritual' that the body remembers, they participated in an experiment with their whole body exposed to a wind speed of 20 m/s in the 'wind tunnel laboratory', which checks the performance of an aircraft model by creating wind. While his fellow cadets are swaying due to the wind that is difficult to control, Lee Chang-seop puts down his ‘idol ego’ and charges into the strong wind alone, creating an extraordinary visual(?).

'Flight environment adaptation training' begins with fighter jet emergency escape training, and adds to the thrill by challenging 'acceleration tolerance strengthening training (G-TEST)', which involves withstanding gravity five times your body weight. Before full-scale training, Lee Chang-seop, who boasted that "I can withstand up to 25G (25 times my body weight) with mental strength," complained of sudden tension when he encountered a fellow cadet who had trained first fainting. Attention is focused on the results of Lee Chang-seop's G-TEST training, who entered the training center with a solemn mindset amidst the impatience of "I think I'm going to faint too."

OTTV's entertainment show 'Ex-Convict' is a content in which BTOB's Lee Chang-seop travels to universities across the country and reviews various departments. Lee Chang-seop's 'Ex-Convict' Air Force Academy episode, which was achieved by reaching 1.5 million subscriptions, will be released on the YouTube channel ootb studio at 6 pm on the 4th.

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