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Amazing Saturday (2018)

Other name: 놀라운 토요일 / 驚人的星期六 / 놀라운 土曜日 / 도레미 마켓 / Nollaun Toyoil / DoReMi Market
Cast: Lee Min Ho (Boom) (1982), Shin Dong Yeop (1971), Hyeri (1994), Park Na Rae (1985), Kim Dong Hyeon (1981), Moon Se Yoon (1982), Kim Ki Beom (KEY SHINee) (1991), Jung Han Hae (Phantom) (1990), Nucksal (1987), Pyo Ji Hoon (P.O - Block B) (1993), Ji Sang Ryeol (1970), Kim Seol Hyeon (1995), Shin Hye Jeong (1993), Yang Se Hyeong (1985), Kwon Soon Yeong (Hoshi - SEVENTEEN) (1996), Lee Seok Min (DK - SEVENTEEN) (1997), Kim Hee Cheol (Super Junior) (1983), Lee Na Kyeong (Fromis 9) (2000), Kim Joon Hyeon (1980), Kim Ji Min (1984), Ong Seong Woo (1995), Lee Dae Hwi (2001), Danny Ahn (1978), Park Joon Hyeong (g.o.d) (1969), Han Hyeon Min (2001), Tyler Josef Rasch (1988), Kim Joon Ho (1975), Yoo Min Sang (1979), Minatozaki Sana (Twice) (1996), Hirai Momo (1996), Jo Se Ho (1982), Hwang Chi Yeul (1983), Kim Ji Soo (Jiso - Blackpink) (1995), Rose (Blackpink) (1997), Shin Ji (1981), Kim Jong Min (1979), Lee Hyeok Jae (1986), Lee Dong Hae (1986), Yoo Yeon Joo (YooA - Oh My Girl) (1995), Hyeon Seung Hee (OH MY GIRL) (1996), Kim Ji Won (Bobby - iKON) (1995), Kim Dong Hyeok (DK - iKON) (1997), Im Jae Beom (JB - GOT7) (1994), Mark Tuan (Got7) (1993), Park So Jin (Girl's Day) (1986), Yura - Girl's Day, Minho (1991), Heo Kyeong Hwan (1981), Hwang Je Seong (1982), Jang Dong Min (1979), Park Jae Jeong (1995), Jeon So Min (1986), Kim Ji Seok (1981), Ahn Jae Hyo (Block B) (1990), Kim Hyeong Soo (K. Will) (1981), Kang Ji Hyeon (Soyou - Sistar) (1992), Heo Sol Ji (Solji - EXID / 2NB / DASONI) (1989), Ahn Hee Yeon (Hani - EXID) (1992), Song Seung Wan (Wendy) (1994), Park Soo Yeong (Joy - Red Velvet) (1996), Kwon Eun Bi (IZ*ONE) (1995), Ahn Yoo Jin (IZ*ONE) (2003), Kim Hyo Yeon (1989), Kim Do Yeong (Doyoung - NCT 127) (1996), Kang Seung Yoon (1994), Song Min Ho (1993), Lee Se Yeong (1992), Yeo Jin Goo (1997), Lee Loo Da (Cosmic Girls) (1997), Im Da Yeong (Cosmic Girls) (1999), Park Seong Kwang (1981), Nam Chang Hee (1982), Hwang Kwang Hee (1988), Lee Hong Ki (1990), Chanmi (AOA) (1996), Yang Se Chan (1986), Lee Yong Jin (1985), Wheesung (1982), Lee Tae Min (1993), Kim Ro Woon (Ro Woon) (1996), Kang Chan Hee (Chani - SF9) (2000), Yoon Ji Seong (1991), Kang Min Kyeong (1990), Kim Yoo Kyeom (GOT7) (1997), Kim Yong Seon (Solar - Mamamoo) (1991), Ahn Hye Jin (Hwasa - Mamamoo) (1995), Hong Jin Yeong (1985), Ahn Ji Yeong (BOL4) (1995), Woo Ji Yoon (BOL4) (1996), Lee Min Hyeok (B-Bomb - Block B) (1990), Kim Yoo Kwon (U Kwon / U Gwon) (1992), Kim Jong Dae (CHEN) (1992), Kim Won Shik (Ravi - VIXX) (1993), Kim Se Jeong (Gugudan / I.O.I) (1996), Ra Mi Ran (1975), Lee Seong Kyeong (1990), Park Bo Yeong (1990), Ahn Hyo Seop, Kim Jong Hyeon (JR - NU'EST) (1995), Hwang Min Hyeon (NU'EST) (1995), Ahn Hyeon Mo (1984), Park Woo Jin (1999), Song Kyeong Ah (1980), Song Hae Na (1987), Lee Jin Ho (1986), Eun Ji Won (Sechs Kies / Clover) (1978), Lee Na Eun (1999), Son Hyeon Woo (Shownu) (1992), Han Hye Jin (1983), Jo Kyu Hyeon (1988), Lee Joo Won (JooE - Momoland) (1999), Lee Seung Ri (Nancy - Momoland) (2000), Jang Soo Won (1980), Lee Ayumi (ICONIQ) (1984), Defconn (1977), Lee Seong Jong (INFINITE) (1993), Yoo Se Yoon (1980), Ahn Yeong Mi (1983), Park Seong Woong (1973), Jeong Kyeong Ho (1983), Choi Jae Woong (1979), Lee Kyoo Hyeong (1983), Kim Tae Yeon (1989), Lee Soon Kyu (Sunny) (1989), Jang Do Yeon (1985), Lee Hyeon Yi (1983), Son Ho Yeong (1980), Kim Tae Woo (1981), Yoon Bo Mi (Apink) (1993), Oh Ha Yeong (Apink) (1996), Kim Byeong Cheol (1974), Jeong Hye Seong (1991), Lee Mi Joo (Lovelyz) (1994), Kim Ji Yeon (Kei - Lovelyz) (1995), Im Na Yeon (Twice) (1995), Park Ji Hyo (Twice) (1997), Lee Jeong Hwan (Sandeul - B1A4) (1992), Baek Ji Yeong (1976), Kim Woo Seok (Wooshin - P10TION) (1996), Son Dong Pyo (2002), Kim Seon Ho (1986), Moon Geun Yeong (1987), Choi Yoo Joo (Cherry Bullet) (1997), Lee Joo Heon (Joohoney - Monsta X) (1994), Yoon Shi Yoon (1986), Jeong In Seon (1991), Park Hyo Jin (Narsha) (1981), Jo Mi Hye (Miryo - Brown Eyed Girls) (1981), Shin Ji Min (AOA) (1991), Lee Hae Ri (Davichi) (1985), Kim Se Hwan (Rhymer) (1977), Lee Shi Eon (1982), Simon D (1984), Hong Seok Cheon (1971), Kim Won Hee (1972), Kim In Seong (1993), Ji Seok Jin (1966), Jeong Joon Ho (1969), Lee Yi Kyeong (1989), Kim Joon Myeon (Suho) (1991), Choi Yoo Na (Yuju - G-Friend) (1997), Kim Ye Won (Umji - G-Friend) (1998), Seong Dong Il (1964), Eom Ji Won (1977), Lee Ji Hye (Sharp) (1980), DinDin (1991), Choi Ye Na (IZ*ONE) (1999), Jang Won Yeong (IZ*ONE) (2004), Kang Kyun Seong (1981), Hong Jin Kyeong (1977), Jeon So Mi (2001), Shim Chang Min (1988), Park Mi Seon (1967), Lee Jin Hyeok (Wei - UP10TION) (1996), Choi Ye Won (Arin - Oh My Girl) (1999), Choi Hyo Jeong (Oh My Girl) (1994), Lee Teuk (1983), Woo Ji Ho (Zico - Block B) (1992), Bang Min Ah (Mina - Girl's Day) (1993), Jeong Se Woon (1997), Yoon Doo Joon (1989), Bae Joo Hyeon (Irene) (1991), Kang Seul Ki (Red Velvet) (1994), Cha Tae Hyeon (1976), Lee Seon Bin (1994), Ye Seong (1984), Kim Ryeo Wook (1987), Kim Kang Hoon (2009), Lee Ji Hoon (Woozi - SEVENTEEN) (1996), Boo Seung Kwan (SEVENTEEN) (1998), Choi Min Ki (Ren - NU'EST) (1995), Park Yeong Tak (1983), Jang Min Ho (1977), Jo Kwon (1989), Seo Eun Kwang (BTOB) (1990), Byeon Baek Hyeon (Baekhyun) (1992), Kim Jong In (KAI) (1994), Park Chan Yeol (Chanyeol) (1992), Hwang Jeong Min (1970), Park Jeong Min (1987), Baek Ahn Yeon (1993), Eom Jeong Hwa (1969), Cho Mi Yeon (1997), Jeon So Yeon (1998), Kim Eui Seong (1965), Kim Dae Myeong (1980), Kim Do Yeon (1999), Code Kunst (1989), Lee Hi (1996), Lee Dong Wook (1981), Kim Beom (1989), Jo Bo Ah (1991),
Genre: Comedy, Food, Musical, Variety show
Country: Korean
Release year: 2018
Status: Completed
 
Every week there will be a featured market from South Korea and within it, there are 3 types of food selected as its representatives. The cast and guest(s), as contestants, have to play games and win to be able to enjoy the food. There will be a dressing theme concept for the cast and guest(s) to follow for the filming of each episode. For episodes, 1–4, the program format is only 3 rounds of song dictation. From episode 5, the program format changed to 2 rounds of song dictation, with a Snack Time in between the dictation segments.
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