Duzon Sadistic Entertainment Jae-seok Yoo, Kwang-soo Lee, and Yuri had no intention of refusing Interview ③

‘The Zone’ PD Cho Hyo-jin and Kim Dong-jin. / Photo courtesy of The Walt Disney Company Korea

The producer Hyo-Jin Cho of the Disney+ entertainment show ‘The Zone: Endure to Live’ (‘The Zone’ from now on) expressed his stance on the response that the material is somewhat sadistic. Through a video interview held on the 28th.

‘The Zone’ is a real variety that depicts the survival of the three representatives of mankind developing in eight disaster simulation zones in the future with no escape from a disaster that threatens humanity.’ And ‘You are the culprit’ is a new concept entertainment show from the production team. As members, Yoo Jae-suk and Lee Kwang-soo, who showed great tiki-taka chemistry in ‘Running Man’, met again and added a new combination called Yuri Generation Girls.

‘The Circle’ is becoming more popular in Asia. From 15th, it was ranked first in Korea and Hong Kong, second in Singapore and Taiwan, and third in Indonesia. The number of new Disney + subscribers and daily active users also increased.

In response to this response, PD Jo Hyo-jin said, “I heard a lot of good things internally. I don’t see comments or things like that, but the response on the portal site was pretty good.” Producer Kim Dong-jin also added, “I hear many stories around me that I enjoyed.”

However, there was also a response that it was rather sadistic to see the members soaking themselves in cold water for 4 hours in the first episode in -10 degrees Celsius making them shiver with the sensible temperature approaching -20 degrees Celsius.

In response, PD Jo Hyo-jin said, “The cast members had absolutely no intention of rejecting her. The members even said it was fun during the first episode during the broadcast. Because if you you spray warm water, you act. It felt good to react when the situation was real.” “Even after it was over, she said with a smile, ‘This is enough to feel like a simulation.’ I am grateful for this opportunity. I have never said that I would die because it was difficult.”

By Tae Yuna, staff reporter for Tenasia [email protected]

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