In the 141st episode of MBC’s ‘It’s a Good Thing We Don’t Fight’ (hereinafter referred to as ‘Good thing I Know’) aired on the 18th, ‘Real Yado’ village leader Lee Dae-ho, Jeong Geun-woo, Lee Dae-eun, Yoo Hee-gwan, Lee Dae-hyung, and Nippert’s ‘With My Hands’ With the second story drawn, it recorded a viewership rating of 5.2% (Nielsen, nationwide), ranking first in the same time slot for Monday entertainment programs for 74 consecutive weeks. The highest viewer rating per minute soared to 6.5% (metropolitan area).
On this day, the ‘Real Yado’ members greeted the second day full of tension as village leader Lee Dae-ho declared, “If you don’t do your best, you will be kicked out of the real Yado.” First, the trap installed the day before became the standard for evaluation. While Yoo Hee-gwan and Jeong Geun-woo were strong candidates for release due to their empty feet, Dae-hyung Lee quickly escaped the risk of release by catching an eel with a trap.
Eel sashimi, caught by Lee Dae-hyung, prepared by youth president Dae-eun Lee, and cut by village leader Dae-ho Lee, was completed. Boom, who saw this, praised it, saying, “It’s the visual you see in a hotel.” Other members who tasted it also expressed their admiration, saying, “It’s soft when chewed.”
The members who could not be satisfied here moved to the place where they could break the sea. Yoo Hee-gwan and Jeong Geun-woo, who were on the verge of being released, searched for seafood harder than anyone else. Accordingly, Yoo Hee-gwan caught sea urchins and conches in succession, but village leader Lee Dae-ho, who was thinking about the bigger picture, did not recognize this as a score. Even the sea cucumbers that were caught with great difficulty had to be released as fishing was prohibited. However, Yoo Hee-kwan, who did not give up until the end, eventually caught the abalone and scored a point.
Leaving Yoo Hee-kwan, who was happy as if he had won the KBO, behind, Jeong Geun-woo also did his best to keep his spirits up. This time, Jeong Geun-woo succeeded in catching the octopus and took the lead again.
The real Yado members, who gained momentum, moved their spots. Jeong Geun-woo’s performance continued here as well. In addition to successfully hooking scallops, they even caught barley shrimp, which village chief Ahn Jeong-hwan said was “worth about 10,000 won apiece.” Blue crabs also appeared in large numbers here, filling their buckets abundantly. Among them, there was a green crab of the largest size ever, so much so that Mayor Ahn and Boom acknowledged that it was “the biggest crab in the history of ‘Good to Know'”, leaving viewers’ mouths wide open.
Accordingly, the members prepared a generous meal of food using green crab, such as steamed blue crab and blue crab seafood stew, seafood fried rice with scallops, conches, and abalone, and assorted tempura with all the ingredients fried. Nippert confessed his true feelings by saying, “I don’t want to go home,” as the food was only available at ‘Real Yado’. Lee Dae-ho stimulated viewers’ mouths with his ‘Gorgeous No. 4 hitter’ style mukbang where he mixed seafood fried rice with assorted blue crab shells and ate them. The scene where Dae-ho Lee admires the blue crab seafood stew soup soared to 6.5%, making it the best minute.
The enjoyable meal came to an end, and all that remained was fried barley shrimp and the announcement of the members released. Yu Hee-kwan ate fried barley shrimp because she felt she was going to be ejected. Afterwards, the emitter chosen by Lee Dae-ho was also Yoo Hee-gwan. Attention is being paid to whether he, who left behind regrets in ‘Real Yado’, will be given another opportunity.
The trailer released at the end of the broadcast depicted a new ‘Hand in My Hand’ between Ahn Jung-hwan and Choo Seong-hoon, friends of the same age and bickering chemistry. This time, Choo Sung-hoon appeared with his two physically younger brothers, raising expectations by predicting a turnaround in the game.
MBC’s ‘Good News’ is scheduled to return to viewers on Monday, October 9th at 9 PM after a two-week hiatus.
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