Wow. To think, we’ve been calling the girls ‘gangsters’ up until now as a term of endearment, but by the sounds of it, the girls actually ARE gangsters! Money lendng? Sausage tatoos? Harrassment with toilet seats? These girls sound like they’d make the worst loan sharks, and they definitely give new meaning to the word gangster! Indeed, I think Maria will get a kick out of this, what, with her adoration of Don Jess and her lackeys…
[NewsEn’s Reporter Bae Sunyoung]
Since the 24th the new program ‘Comedy Show Delight’, which already aired it’s pilot last month as ‘Welcome to Comedy’, has been confirmed as a regular program. It will air for two months in a regular schedule with the assistance of comedian Kim Joonho.
In the then aired pilot program, KBS2TV’s ‘Park Joonghoon Show’ was parodied as the ‘Kim Joonho Show’ , receiving a warm reception from the viewers.
Accordingly, there was high expectation for the next broadcast of Kim Joonho’s ‘Composite Show’. “We only bring you Korea’s best A-list Stars,” said Kim Joonho on the 24th as girl group SNSD made it’s entrance, attracting the audience attention.
“Being a private moneylender is a very special profession,” He asked formally to the guest SNSD, pretending to be in a legitimate talk show like the ‘Park Joonghoon Show’.
Kim Joonho’s guests, SNSD, acknowledged their job as personal moneylenders, going on like a serious talk show. Kim Joonho said, “The only person that you haven’t been able to receive the money back is from Gong Hyojin…”, and then he told them he was going to call Gong Hyojin personally to ask for it. Appropriately as the ‘Composite show’, they matched Gong Hyojin scenes with scenes of Kim Joonho calling her, making the audience laugh.
Moreover, on that day’s ‘Composite Show’ he stated, “SNSD has sausage tattoos” and, “I’ve heard that when people don’t pay up you steal their toilet covers and hang them in the living room, getting a kick out of it,” he remarked, inducing laughter.
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