Don’t Miss The Handsome Lee Jong-suk on Three Meals a Day!
Lee Jong-suk started his career as a runway model in 2005, and became a South Korean actor who starred in School 2013, I Can Hear Your Voice, Doctor Stranger, Pinocchio, W, While You’re Sleeping, The Hymn of Death, and Romance is a Bonus Book.
Moreover, he was also a guest star on the reality show Three Meals a Day, a famous cooking show. See how good a cook he is, and be ready to laugh and be surprised. Enjoy our summary of Lee Jong-suk on this cooking reality show with Channel-Korea! Stay tuned!
About The Show
Three Meals a Day or 삼시세끼 (Samsi Sekki) in Korean, is a reality show about cooking one’s own food three times a day. Samsi Sekki or Three Meals a Day started airing on October 17, 2014.
This show invited the cast to live in rural area or fishing village and survive by cooking their own meals. Furthermore, the show invited guest stars to appear, making this show more interesting.
Lee Jong-suk’s First Appearance
Lee Jong-suk came to Deukryang island, Goheung, Jeollanam-do as the fourth invited guest on the show. He brought along heavy stuff, which turned out to be food ingredients from the grocery store. He came in hesitantly when entering the house. He kept stepping backward when he realized his best friend, Yoon Kyung Sang, was not in the house, only Eric and Lee Seo Jin were in the front yard. Finally Lee Jong-suk greeted all the cast who had been preparing to cook the meals.
Cast Members’ Pranks On Lee Jong-suk
Before Lee Jong-suk arrived, Kyung San knew he was coming and planned to trick him. Kyung San hid behind some bushes and watched him panicking over meeting the hyungs, Lee Seo Jin and Eric Moon.
The charming Lee Jong-suk then put his bag inside the house and asked the Kyun Sang’s cat-children where their dad went since he was not accustomed to the new situation.
Lee Seo Jin and Eric Moon united to help Kyung Sang prank their new guest. When Lee Jong-suk asked where Kyung San was, they conspired to answer that he was busy working outside, so might be gone until late afternoon. Then Eric Moon directed Lee Jong Suk to took a tomato and wash it behind the bushes. The naive Lee Jong Suk looked for the tap water to wash the tomato, and was so shocked when he saw Kyung San appear that he stumbled over his feet.
Lee Jong-suk Reunited With Yoon Kyun-sang
After the prank scene, finally the friends were united, hugging each other. Yoon Kyun Sang and Lee jong Suk worked together on the 2015 K-drama Pinocchio. They are actually a few years apart in age, but they are really close and are often seen showing their bromance.
Enjoying Cold Udon Made By Lee Seo-jin
After celebrating their reunion, they continued to help Lee Seo-jin and Eric Nam prepare their lunch. Lee Seo-jin prepared cold udon, which was served with sunny-side-up eggs, udon, dried seaweed, and a signature sauce.
After finishing their cold udon, Lee Seo-jin and Eric Nam went fishing. The day before, they only managed to catch one fish, and Eric Nam looked determined to get more this time.
More Bromance Between Lee Jong-suk And Yoon Kyun-sang
Lee Jung-suk always stayed very close by Yoon Kyung-sang, and the men took care of each other. Lee Jong-suk fed the last scoop of food to Kyung Sang, whose hands were full carrying things. In several scenes, the actors appeared to be holding hands and taking care of each other.
Their bromance makes this reality show more interesting to watch. You will smile when seeing Kyung san check on Jong-suk after he bumped his head on the ceiling door. One scene that must not missed is when Kyung-san patted Jong-suk head and made food when he was hungry. So lovable!
Lee Jong-suk and Yoon Kyun-sang Prepared For Lunch
When they went fishing, the young team, Lee Jong-suk and Yoon Kyun Sang, were preparing kimchi fried rice. They discussed the ingredients they needed for the recipe, and Lee Jong-suk suggested cheese, but said he wasn’t sure about it. The scene caused a lot of laughter, since Jong-suk is clearly not skilled cook. Even though he wasn’t much of a cook, he still made himself useful to his hyungs by washing dishes and doing other jobs.
Of course, Kyung-sang became the last chef in the house. He put green onion in hot oil in the frying pan, and then the kimchi that Jong-suk cut. The fire made Jong-suk a little bit nervous and he kept backing away from it, until Kyung-san teased him about it. Finally, they added potted ham and rice to be the final parts.
When Jong-suk tasted the fried rice, it seemed bland. They tried to add more salt and sugar, which they did several times when seasoning the kimchi and ham. Their expressions were priceless! They made such an adorable team.