On January 11, Producer Kim Tae Ho sat down with Sports Chosun for an interview, stating, "First of all, we will be resuming all meetings and shooting as originally planned. Thus, pinning it as 'break', or 'vacation' are all wrong remarks." Furthermore, he added, "that time will be utilized to meet, prepare, and shoot. It's not that we are trying to make something great, we want to bring back 'Infinity Challenge's true colors."
He went on, "We wanted to broadcast the re-edited versions of the 'Past Legend' series within 6 weeks. However, we thought it would be too long so instead we decided to air a new year's pilot, shortening the time to 3-4 weeks... Although 7-8 weeks may seem like a long time for viewers, from a production point of view it goes by quickly with preparations and all."
The producer also mentioned, "It takes approximately 2 weeks to develop any type of production, the broadcasting company emphasizes on a weekly basis. When that's not exactly the case and the show airs, it's a loss on the producer's end." He even confessed, "Because of that, sometimes I fear when Saturday approaches."
He reassured viewers by saying, "'Infinite Challenge' is not burnt out. So it doesn't make sense for us to go on a hiatus. We just want to create the best quality there is so viewers can all enjoy it."