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How did the 'Infinity Challenge' cast deal with English while filming in LA?

By elliefilet   Tuesday, August 9, 2016   46,408   3,650   25



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How did the 'Infinity Challenge' cast members deal with English while they were filming in Los Angeles recently?

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Well, they didn't according to Park Myung Soo. On the August 9th broadcast of KBS CoolFM's 'Park Myung Soo's Radio Show', DJ Park Myung Soo revealed, "We got off at Korea Town, ate soondubu, went to the hotel, and then ate soybean noodles. I couldn't tell whether it was America or Korea. Korea Town is really like Korea. The soybean noodles tasted better than they do here."

He added, "We didn't eat any American food. We didn't even use one word of English. We only said a few words during the arrival screening at the airport. I didn't say I was a famous comedian. I said I was an average comedian."

Considering the cast members' previous specials with Jack Black and in New York, how do you think they would've done had they gone out of Korea Town?
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    k_kid Tuesday, August 9, 2016

    Damn, I live in Ktown and I missed them :(

    andriaji Tuesday, August 9, 2016

    He will be teased by the member again for revealing this

    qybbomi Tuesday, August 9, 2016

    Damn whats the point of travelling so many hours on the plane just to eat more soondubu and soybean noodles? They should have taken the chance to experience the american culture...

    tyger11 qybbomi Tuesday, August 9, 2016

    Good luck finding American culture in LA! *coughs* Just kidding... :)

    daFoolio Tuesday, August 9, 2016

    yup... you can literally immigrate to ktown and not speak or learn a drop of english for years... and you can still find a place to live... get a job.. function in society without learning english

    Squattingpanda Tuesday, August 9, 2016

    lol i love myungsoo XD

    tyneexxx Tuesday, August 9, 2016

    HOMAIGAD PMS what have you done againnn X'D mr.spoiler~

    NgohiongPuso Tuesday, August 9, 2016

    Somebody is going to be scolded for revealing something about the shoot.... WHO? None other than... Park Myung Soo!!! He will once again be scolded for leaking all these stuff... ahahahahaha

    neoncolors_0 Tuesday, August 9, 2016

    Okay like, I can go a full day on the streets on downtown LA (including shopping etc) without having to say a single word for people to understand me. The concept is daunting, but reality says otherwise.

    2fat Tuesday, August 9, 2016

    Did he just say the American noodles tasted better than the Korean. Wait for it, shit storm coming.

    k_kid 2fat Tuesday, August 9, 2016

    I live in Ktown and the Soondubu restaurant called BCD tastes a hundred times better than the ones in Korea. All the Korean celebrities that come to LA ALWAYS eat at that restaurant. I met Wonder Girls and the rappers on SMTM at that restaurant.

    2fat k_kid Tuesday, August 9, 2016

    I only mentioned it because just the other day I watched some guy eating Korean BBQ in KTown. He claimed the beef here was better and the comment section was mess of people claiming he didn't know what he was taking about blah, blah, blah. You know the drill. I think the difference is that actual "Korean" beef is pretty expensive so most BBQ in Korea is pork. None of it is actually BBQ in the real since because BBQ is smoked meat not grilled. Still everyone calls grilling BBQ these days. Sorry I rambled.

    k_kid 2fat Wednesday, August 10, 2016

    Supposedly Korean beef is supposed to taste better because "Han-U" is meat that's cross-bred with cattle and Zebu. It does taste a slightly different compared to "American" cattle, but it's not huge difference. At least for me, it wasn't a big difference. But I guess the quality is different. But I get you, I know what you mean about BBQ.

    2fat k_kid Wednesday, August 10, 2016

    That's just more Korean food propaganda. People fight about their own food traditions almost as much as they fight about politics. lol People like to pick on Americans about it because of fast food like McDonald's but America has a lot of really great food and it's because we're a nation full of all kinds of people from all kinds of places.

    seonbae Tuesday, August 9, 2016

    lol, why go anywhere if you're not gonna go out

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