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Seo In Guk and Kangnam have a heated fishing battle on 'Laws of the Jungle in Mongolia'

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On the September 23 airing of SBS's 'Laws of the Jungle in Mongolia', Seo In Guk and M.I.B's Kangnam had a heated fishing battle by the river where the group decided to camp for the night!


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Before heading off, Seo In Guk impressed everyone with his extensive knowledge of fishing, having had experience during his previous appearance on the Indochina season. However, despite his self-proclaimed title of 'Fishing King', Seo In Guk failed to catch anything substantial, while Kangnam reeled up 3 fish! Undoubtedly, being same-age-friends stirred up their rivalry even more!


In the end, Seo In Guk and Kangnam managed to work together to catch enough fish to feed the rest of the cast for the night. 


Way to go, you two!

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    Info Saturday, September 24, 2016

    But in the end both of them caught 7 fishes - Kang Nam caught 3 n Seo In Guk caught 4

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    intricate Saturday, September 24, 2016

    but but but.... there's no jungle in Mongolia o_O

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    thefabcat92 Friday, September 23, 2016

    hahahaha. usually the one who boast is the one who never catch anything.

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    peaceoutayll thefabcat92 Saturday, September 24, 2016

    It looks like they are doing this show in Mongolia not based on the name of the show but the concept of the show, which is survival.

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