No new season for spinoff
Famed producer Na Young-seok said he has no plans to make a second season of the spinoff of the show “Three Meals a Day,” currently one of the hottest reality TV programs.
The original version of the show was set in a farming village located in Jeongseon, Gangown Province, where actor Lee Seo-jin and singer Ok Taec-yeon of 2PM had to find whatever food they could to make themselves three meals a day.
Na later produced a spinoff of the show featuring actors Cha Seung-won and Yoo Hae-jin against the backdrop of a small fishing village, where they caught fish to eat.
Even though the show airs on cable channel tvN, it has continued to receive the highest ratings among the shows in its time slot.
“I will focus on the Jeongseon version of show this year,” Na said.
By Sung So-young
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