Ding-dong! This week is dead! Which old week? This old week! Ugh. My schedule got crazy and with the recording, rerecording, editing and reordering of the podcast, extra work to get ready for my trek up to VT–I’ve missed you guys!
Speaking of Vermont! All this toil and stress has totally been worth it because I didn’t get to go home during the holidays and I have a hankering for some love and affection from family-like friends. Why do I mention this? As any good Kentertainment fan–I completely plan to inflict my obsession upon them. Come on–I haven’t seen them in over a year–so they can’t complain about me trying to force it on them all the time, right???
So, I’m planning on making them a whole Korean Food fest–I’m going to try my hand at Japjae oodles, bibimbap, soondubu jjigae, and various other whatnots. Shhh….don’t tell them I’m actually really bad at making Korean food. I’m not sure why, I follow the directions to the T, but there is always something missing. Maybe it’s something that they leave out? You know, to make us keep coming back?
To top it off, I’m going to make let them watch some episodes of Running Man. The McFeeley’s love games, they like cheese, and most of all they love me enough to try. But here’s the questions that I thow out to you. If you had to introduce someone a non-Korean tv watcher to Running Man, what episode would you start on? I remember I got Kate hooked using some of my favorite episodes the voting one with the glass box where everyone voted for Kim Jong Kook to have to catch all of them? (I’m not sure what the number was.) And the first JYP episode. What do you think? Is that good? Or maybe the Choi Min Soo episode?
There is only one chance to make a good impression and I don’t want to mess this up. I’ve been talking about Running Man for a while and we all know just how good and accessible it can be if given the chance. So help me not mess up this chance!