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‘Three Meals a Day’ PD 'content' with Eric Mun, Yoon Kyun-sang

  • Published : Oct 6, 2016 - 17:55
  • Updated : Oct 6, 2016 - 17:55

Producer-director Na Young-seok expressed positive views about Eric Mun and Yoon Kyun-sang, both of whom have signed on to a new season of the variety cooking show “Three Meals a Day.”

“Basically Mun is a person full of delight,” Na said. “Some say Mun is clumsy in communicating with others. But is it really the case?”

Na said there were few problems with Mun and Lee Seo-jin, a veteran actor who formerly teamed up with the producer in variety shows such as “Grandpas Over Flowers” and the previous season of “Three Meals a Day.”

“Mun did not talk much, but he had great chemistry with Lee Seo-jin,” Na said.

Na said Yoon’s performance topped his expectations. “I was very, very satisfied,” he said. “What is more satisfying is that I was able to see his potential before casting him. He did such a great job on set.”

The third season of “Three Meals a Day” features the two actors, who recently attracted media attention with their roles in popular TV drama series. Mun starred in the melodrama “Oh Hae-young Again” and Yoon played a neurosurgeon in the medical series “Doctors.”

“Three Meals a Day” revolves around TV celebrities’ rural life experience, featuring cooking based on local produce.

The first shooting session for season 3 wrapped up in September. The filming took place on Deungniang Island in southwestern South Jeolla Province. According to Na, the cast and staff will resume a second filming session within two weeks.

The first episode of the show will air on Oct. 14.

By Son Ji-hyoung (json@heraldcorp.com)