Hangout with Yoo

Hangout with Yoo (Korean놀면 뭐하니?; RRNolmyeon Mwohani?; lit. How Do You Play?) is a South Korean reality/variety show broadcast by MBC TV. It premiered on July 27, 2019, and airs on Saturdays at 18:30 (KST).[1]

Hangout with Yoo
Hangout with Yoo.jpg
Promotional Poster
Hangul놀면 뭐하니?
Genre
Country of originSouth Korea
Original languageKorean
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes143 + 1 Pilot (as of June 25, 2022 (2022-06-25)) (list of episodes)
Production
ProducersKim Tae-ho (Episode 1–122)
Park Chang-hoon (Episode 123–present)
Production locationSouth Korea
Running time85 minutes
Release
Original networkMBC
Picture formatHDTV 1080i
Original releaseJuly 27, 2019 (2019-07-27) –
present

SynopsisEdit

This is a show that was started in order to find out what Yoo Jae-suk would be doing during his days off. Subsequently, the show showcases Yoo taking on various projects, with him taking on various secondary roles. Recently, all projects that would have to be done outdoors will have to be cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic in South Korea, and be changed to indoor projects.

Current SegmentsEdit

(Only segments that last at least three episodes will be listed here)

Former Segments
  • Camera Relay: PD Kim Tae-ho will first pass the camera to Yoo and from there the camera relay continues by passing to the next celebrity until the camera's storage is full. Different celebrities will be using the camera to record what they will be doing during their days off.[2][3]
  • Yoo-plash: Yoo, as Yoo-go Starr, learns to play the drums. He is taught to play a drum beat, and this beat sample he played would then be spread out to various singer-songwriters and producers to further work on it, adding accompaniment by accompaniment as the relay goes on until a complete song is produced. This segment showcases the producing of numerous songs, which began from the drum sample, and eventually the drum recital where Yoo performs the songs together with the artists involved.
  • Bbong For Yoo: Yoo debuts as a trot singer under the stage name Yoo San-seul (유산슬). This segment showcases all the activities he had taken part as a rookie trot singer.
  • Life Ramyeon: Yoo, as YooRaSek, handles a ramyeon restaurant, serving ramyeon that he cooked to celebrities, while sharing heart-to-heart talks.
  • Indoor Concert: Yoo, as Yoo Sam, goes to recruit various acts and then host an indoor concert, without any audience. This project was initiated at the last minute due to the current 2020 coronavirus pandemic in South Korea.
  • Chicken Doctor Yoo: Yoo, as Chicken Doctor Yoo, makes Korean fried chicken, the reason being many shops selling it have been shutting down due to the current 2020 coronavirus pandemic in South Korea. A continuation of this project, named Saturday Saturday Chicken, was done, as Yoo and several celebrities work together to operate a fried chicken drive-through for only 100 cars.
  • Summer X Dance X Yoo Jae-suk (later named SSAK3): Yoo, taking the stage name U-Doragon, forms a co-ed trio SSAK3 (싹쓰리) with Lee Hyo-ri and Rain, and the trio made their debut on July 25, 2020.[4] This project was done due to ballads dominating the music charts even in the summer, which PD Kim Tae-ho thought to be not the usual as the past, when upbeat dance songs (typically by co-ed groups) were popular in the season.[5]
  • Refund Sisters: Yoo, as Jimmy Yoo, becomes the producer of the special 4-member girl group Refund Sisters (환불 원정대), who made their debut on October 10. This is a spin-off from Lee Hyo-ri naming Uhm Jung-hwa, Jessi and Hwasa (Mamamoo) as the members she want in her dream girl group during the SSAK3 segment.
  • H&H Corporation: H&H stands for "Heart & Heart". Yoo, as Yoo Pang, together with Kim Jong-min and Defconn, picks several stories from people who want to show their hearts, but find it difficult to speak out, to their intended recipients. He then contacts, either through video call or visiting personally, and deliver these stories in place of the senders to these intended recipients.
  • Winter Songs Resurrection Plan: Yoo plans to find songs with the feeling of winter, and invite artists to recreate performances of the songs live for the special. The reason is that for some reasons, in this winter season, songs with the winter feeling could not be heard in the streets of Korea.
  • Variety Investor (later named 2021 Live And Fall Together): Yoo, as Canola Yoo, finds celebrities who have potential to become variety stars, together with Kim Jong-min and Defconn. Eventually, the program "Live And Fall Together", which was hosted by Yoo, returns after 20 years.
  • MSG Wannabe: Yoo, as Yoo Yaho (who is the twin brother of Jimmy Yoo), finds potential members among male celebrities to produce the male vocal group MSG Wannabe, which is a name parody of vocal trio SG Wannabe. Eventually, the final MSG Wannabe lineup consists of 8 members, and two sub-units are also formed: M.O.M (Jee Seok-jin, KCM, Wonstein, Parc Jae-jung) and JSDK (Kim Jung-min, Simon Dominic, Lee Dong-hwi, Lee Sang-yi).
  • JMT: Yoo is a director at JMT (Joy & Music Technology) after leaving Infinite Company. This segment is known as the continuation of Infinite Company, which is an unscripted skit that parodied on the lives of office employees, and was one of the more well-known segments of Infinite Challenge.
  • Hangout With Yoo+: Jeong Jun-ha, Haha, Lee Mi-joo and Shin Bong-sun appear as semi-fixed cast members to join Yoo in taking on newer projects. The quartet have subsequently become fixed cast members of the show beginning episode 124.[6]
  • Acorn Festival: Yoo, Haha and Mijoo formed a project trio Toyote (토요태), a parody of Koyote, after the trio's cover of Freestyle's "Y" received huge responses. The festival focuses on songs that charted very well on Cyworld BGM Chart, and their singers.

HistoryEdit

On January 12, 2022, MBC announced PD Kim Tae-ho will resign on January 17, 2022.[7] He left MBC after 21 years of ending with 'Acorn Festival' aired on January 15, 2022. PD Park Chang-hoon, who directed Omniscient Interfering View, was selected as Kim Tae-ho's successor.[8]

List of episodesEdit

YearEpisodesOriginally aired
First airedLast aired
201923July 27, 2019 (2019-07-27)December 28, 2019 (2019-12-28)
202050January 4, 2020 (2020-01-04)December 26, 2020 (2020-12-26)
202146January 2, 2021 (2021-01-02)December 18, 2021 (2021-12-18)
2022TBAJanuary 1, 2022 (2022-01-01)TBA

DiscographyEdit

Yoo-plashEdit

This album was released as a compilation of all the artists who participated in the making of Yoo-plash segment.

Yoo-plash
Released on October 19, 2019 (2019-10-19)[9]
No.TitleArtistLength
1."How Do You Play?" (놀면 뭐해?)Boi B, Gaeko, Choiza, Geegooin, GRAY, Crush, Wonstein, Mommy Son, Zior Park, Sam Kim3:51
2."Tic Tae Toe" (눈치)Paul Kim, Heize, Peakboy3:50
3."Please Distress Me + It's Not That I Can't" (날 괴롭혀줘 + 못한 게 아니고)So!YoON!/Hwang So-yoon (Se So Neon), SUMIN3:32
4."This Is Music"UV [ko], Urban Zakapa3:55
5."Confused" (헷갈려)Zion.T, Colde2:56
6."How Do You Play? (inst.)" (놀면 뭐해? (inst.)) 3:51
7."Tic Tae Toe (inst.)" (눈치 (inst.)) 3:50
8."Please Distress Me + It's Not That I Can't (inst.)" (날 괴롭혀줘 + 못한 게 아니고 (inst.)) 3:32
9."This Is Music (inst.)" 3:55
10."Confused (inst.)" (헷갈려 (inst.)) 2:56
Total length:36:08

Bbong For YooEdit

These albums were released through the Bbong For Yoo segment.

Bbong for Yoo
Released on November 6, 2019 (2019-11-06)[10]
No.TitleArtistLength
1."Hapjeong Station Exit 5" (합정역 5번 출구)Yoo San-seul3:07
2."Redevelopment of Love" (사랑의 재개발)Yoo San-seul3:14
3."Hapjeong Station Exit 5 (Inst.)" (합정역 5번 출구 (Inst.)) 3:07
4."Redevelopment of Love (Inst.)" (사랑의 재개발 (Inst.)) 3:14
Total length:12:42
Rediscovery of Love 2
Released on January 4, 2020 (2020-01-04)[11]
No.TitleArtistLength
1."Redevelopment of Love" (사랑의 재개발 2)Yoo San-seul3:05
2."Redevelopment of Love (Inst.)" (사랑의 재개발 2 (Inst.)) 3:05
Total length:6:10
Farewell Bus Stop
Released on March 28, 2020 (2020-03-28)[12]
No.TitleArtistLength
1."Farewell Bus Stop" (이별의 버스 정류장)Yoo San-seul, Song Ga-in3:37
2."Farewell Bus Stop (Inst.)" (이별의 버스 정류장 (Inst.)) 3:37
Total length:7:14

Indoor ConcertEdit

This album was released through the Indoor Concert segment.

As I Say (2020 Live Ver.)
Released on April 4, 2020 (2020-04-04)[13]
No.TitleArtistLength
1."As I Say (2020 Live Ver.)" (말하는 대로 (2020 Live Ver.))Yoo Jae-suk, Lee Juck3:41
Total length:3:41

SSAK3, Refund SistersEdit

These albums were released through the SSAK3 & Refund Sisters segments.

In Summer (Covered by SSAK3)
Released on July 11, 2020 (2020-07-11)[14]
No.TitleArtistLength
1."In Summer (Covered By SSAK3) (feat. Hwang Kwang-hee)" (여름 안에서) (Covered By 싹쓰리) (feat. 황광희)SSAK34:41
2."In Summer (Covered By SSAK3) (Inst.)" (여름 안에서 (Covered By 싹쓰리) (Inst.)) 4:41
Total length:9:22
Beach Again
Released on July 18, 2020 (2020-07-18)[15]
No.TitleArtistLength
1."Beach Again" (다시 여기 바닷가)SSAK33:54
2."Beach Again (Inst.)" (다시 여기 바닷가 (Inst.)) 3:54
Total length:7:48
Play That Summer
Released on July 25, 2020 (2020-07-25)[16]
No.TitleArtistLength
1."Play That Summer" (그 여름을 틀어줘)SSAK33:22
2."Play That Summer (Inst.)" (그 여름을 틀어줘 (Inst.)) 3:22
Total length:6:44
Luv Us X Linda X Exciting
Released on August 1, 2020 (2020-08-01)[17]
No.TitleArtistLength
1."Luv Us (feat. S.B.N)" (두리쥬와)U-Doragon3:40
2."Linda (feat. Yoon Mi-rae)"Linda G4:32
3."Exciting (feat. Mamamoo)" (신난다)B.Ryong3:32
4."Beach Again (Acoustic Ver.)" (다시 여기 바닷가 (Acoustic Ver.))Lee Sang-soon4:23
5."Luv Us (Inst.)" (두리쥬와 (Inst.)) 3:40
6."Linda (Inst.)" 4:32
7."Exciting (Inst.)" (신난다 (Inst.)) 3:32
8."Beach Again (Acoustic Ver.) (Inst.)" (다시 여기 바닷가 (Acoustic Ver.) (Inst.)) 4:23
Total length:32:14
Don't Touch Me
Released on October 10, 2020 (2020-10-10)[18]
No.TitleArtistLength
1."Don't Touch Me"Refund Sisters3:44
Total length:3:44

MSG WannabeEdit

These albums were released through the MSG Wannabe segment.

MSG Wannabe Top 8 Performance Songs
Released on May 22, 2021 (2021-05-22)[19]
No.TitleArtistLength
1."Journey To Atlantis" (상상더하기)MSG Wannabe Top 84:01
2."Resignation" (체념)JSDK5:03
3."If" (만약에)M.O.M4:46
Total length:13:50
MSG Wannabe 1st Album
Released on June 26, 2021 (2021-06-26)[20]
No.TitleArtistLength
1."Foolish Love" (바라만 본다)M.O.M3:32
2."Only You" (나를 아는 사람)JSDK4:52
3."Foolish Love" (바라만 본다 (Inst.)) 3:32
4."Only You" (나를 아는 사람 (Inst.)) 4:52
Total length:16:48
I Love You
Released on July 10, 2021 (2021-07-10)[21]
No.TitleArtistLength
1."I Love You" (난 너를 사랑해)MSG Wannabe4:11
2."I Love You" (난 너를 사랑해 (Inst.)) 4:11
Total length:8:22

Hangout with Yoo+ (Acorn Festival)Edit

This album was released through the Hangout with Yoo+ (Acorn Festival) segment.

Still I Love You
Released on December 18, 2021 (2021-12-18)[22]
No.TitleArtistLength
1."Still I Love You" (스틸 아이 러브 유)Toyote3:25
2."Still I Love You" (스틸 아이 러브 유; Inst.) 3:25
Total length:6:50

WSG WannabeEdit

These albums were released through the WSG Wannabe segment.

WSG Wannabe Group Competition
Released on May 28, 2022 (2022-05-28)[23]
No.TitleArtistLength
1."You And I"Daechungbong[a]3:53
2."Happy Me" (행복한 나를)Shinsunbong[b]4:38
3."Love's Greeting" (사랑의 인사)Birobong[c]4:30
4."Break Away"Halmibong[d]4:21
Total length:17:22
WSG Wannabe 12
Released on June 4, 2022 (2022-06-04)[24]
No.TitleArtistLength
1."Wonderful Love" (어마어마해)WSG Wannabe4:04
Total length:4:04

RatingsEdit

Hangout with Yoo : South Korea viewers per episode (millions)
EpisodesEpisode number
1234567891011121314151617181920
Ep.1–20N/A0.961N/AN/A0.882N/AN/AN/A1.2790.936N/A1.1511.0841.190N/A1.4241.3991.4581.3991.633
Ep.21–401.5111.9291.6681.8581.8592.0442.1742.3592.1101.6952.4761.9302.2971.9201.6521.9841.7071.6061.7161.675
Ep.41–601.8951.8371.7692.2192.0712.4482.1102.0622.0722.1282.2982.1322.3812.4692.1422.6953.2712.9682.7672.654
Ep.61–802.8792.5982.7002.7913.0662.6092.6112.5042.2232.4002.3992.5412.5212.2762.9012.6702.5702.4262.0902.317
Ep.81–1002.1221.6131.9421.7401.7322.1451.9132.5322.3172.3522.2172.7872.2072.2432.2081.8711.9621.9052.0861.946
Ep.101–1202.0312.2261.9261.5181.6621.4981.5481.5631.5441.5181.6621.4981.5481.5631.4201.5211.7401.3771.7871.421
Ep.121–1401.7651.7521.4401.6741.1751.1891.1121.1480.9331.0881.3541.2891.3251.4561.3031.4111.3981.5091.461TBD
Source: Audience measurement performed nationwide by Nielsen Media Research.[25]
  • Ratings listed below are the individual corner ratings of Hangout with Yoo. (Note: Individual corner ratings do not include commercial time, which regular ratings include.)
  • In the ratings below, the highest rating for the show will be in red and the lowest rating for the show will be in blue each year.

2019Edit

List of ratings (episode 1–23)
Ep. # Original Airdate AGB Nielsen Ratings Nationwide[26]
Part 1 Part 2
Pilot July 20 4.2%
1 July 27 4.3% 4.6%
2 August 3 4.0% 4.3%
3 August 10 4.0% 4.1%
4 August 17 3.5% 4.2%
5 August 24 3.7% 4.2%
6 August 31 3.1% 3.6%
7 September 7 4.3% 4.7%
8 September 14 3.3% 3.7%
9 September 21 3.8% 6.6%
10 September 28 3.3% 4.4%
11 October 5 3.0% 4.1%
12 October 12 4.8% 5.6%
13 October 19 4.5% 5.1%
14 October 26 4.7% 5.9%
15 November 2 4.2% 4.9%
16 November 9 5.9% 7.2%
17 November 16 5.8% 6.9%
18 November 23 5.3% 7.8%
19 November 30 5.9% 7.4%
20 December 7 6.9% 8.5%
21 December 14 6.7% 7.6%
22 December 21 8.0% 8.9%
23 December 28 6.2% 9.0%

2020Edit

List of ratings (episode 24–73)
Ep. # Original Airdate AGB Nielsen Ratings Nationwide[26]
Part 1 Part 2
24 January 4 6.7% 8.6%
25 January 11 7.3% 9.3%
26 January 18 7.1% 9.1%
Special 1 January 25 4.5% 5.4%
Special 2 January 27 3.4% 3.7%
27 February 1 7.3% 10.1%
28 February 8 9.1% 10.9%
29 February 15 8.7% 9.1%
30 February 22 5.5% 7.7%
31 February 29 6.7% 10.8%
32 March 7 7.0% 8.0%
33 March 14 6.6% 9.7%
34 March 21 6.6% 7.4%
35 March 28 5.6% 7.3%
36 April 4 5.2% 8.5%
37 April 11 4.2% 7.1%
38 April 18 5.5% 6.9%
39 April 25 5.6% 7.1%
40 May 2 6.0% 8.3%
41 May 9 6.0% 8.2%
42 May 16 5.9% 8.5%
43 May 23 5.0% 7.6%
44 May 30 7.4% 9.3%
45 June 6 6.7% 9.6%
46 June 13 8.0% 10.4%
47 June 20 7.0% 9.7%
48 June 27 7.0% 9.4%
49 July 4 7.1% 8.9%
50 July 11 6.7% 8.6%
51 July 18 7.3% 9.0%
52 July 25 6.9% 8.4%
53 August 1 8.3% 10.1%
54 August 8 9.2% 10.4%
55 August 15 7.1% 9.3%
56 August 22 8.2% 11.0%
57 August 29 10.2% 13.3%
58 September 5 9.9% 12.3%
59 September 12 8.7% 11.1%
60 September 19 8.9% 11.5%
61 September 26 9.7% 12.2%
62 October 3 8.8% 11.4%
63 October 10 8.9% 11.2%
64 October 17 10.1% 11.6%
65 October 24 9.4% 12.7%
66 October 31 9.4% 11.5%
67 November 7 8.8% 11.9%
68 November 14 9.4% 11.2%
69 November 21 8.2% 10.6%
70 November 28 7.9% 10.1%
71 December 5 7.9% 10.2%
72 December 12 8.0% 10.9%
73 December 26 8.7% 10.8%

2021Edit

List of ratings (episode 74–119)
Ep. # Original Airdate AGB Nielsen Ratings Nationwide[26]
Part 1 Part 2
74 January 2 7.9% 8.9%
75 January 9 8.9% 12.7%
76 January 16 8.5% 11.8%
77 January 23 7.9% 11.6%
78 January 30 8.3% 10.1%
79 February 6 7.6% 9.0%
80 February 13 9.0% 9.6%
81 February 20 7.3% 8.8%
82 February 27 5.8% 6.9%
83 March 6 6.7% 8.7%
84 March 13 6.8% 8.4%
85 March 20 6.8% 7.6%
86 March 27 7.3% 9.7%
87 April 10 5.6% 8.1%
88 April 17 7.7% 10.8%
89 April 24 6.5% 10.0%
90 May 1 7.1% 9.8%
91 May 8 7.4% 10.0%
92 May 15 9.8% 11.5%
93 May 22 8.1% 10.0%
94 May 29 8.2% 10.5%
95 June 5 7.2% 9.1%
96 June 12 7.5% 8.6%
97 June 19 6.5% 8.4%
98 June 26 6.4% 8.1%
99 July 3 8.8%
100 July 10 8.2%
101 July 17 8.9%
102 August 21 9.1%
103 August 28 8.2%
104 September 4 8.8%
105 September 11 9.1%
106 September 18 8.4%
107 September 25 7.1%
108 October 2 7.2%
109 October 9 6.6%
110 October 16 6.5%
111 October 23 7.3%
112 October 30 6.3%
113 November 6 7.0%
114 November 13 7.0%
115 November 20 6.0%
116 November 27 6.7%
117 December 4 7.1%
118 December 11 6.0%
119 December 18 8.0%

2022Edit

List of ratings (episode 120–present)
Ep. # Original Airdate AGB Nielsen Ratings Nationwide[26]
120 January 1 6.4%
121 January 8 7.7%
122 January 15 7.1%
123 January 22 6.5%
124 January 29 7.8%
125 February 19[e] 8.7%
126 February 26 8.9%
127 March 5 8.1%
128 March 12 7.6%
129 March 19 6.6%
130 March 26 8.2%
131 April 2 7.1%
132 April 9 6.0%
133 April 16 6.4%
134 April 23 6.7%
135 April 30 6.5%
136 May 7 6.3%
137 May 14 6.6%
138 May 21 6.7%
139 May 28 7.0%
140 June 4 6.9%
141 June 11 6.3%
142 June 18 5.5%
143 June 25 6.1%

Awards and nominationsEdit

Name of the award ceremony, year presented, category, nominee of the award, and the result of the nomination
Award ceremony Year Category Nominee Result Ref.
Baeksang Arts Awards 2020 Best Variety Performer – Male Yoo Jae-suk Won [28][29]
Best Entertainment Program Hangout with Yoo Nominated
2021 Grand Prize (Daesang) for TV Yoo Jae-suk Won [30][31]
Best Variety Performer – Male Nominated
Best Entertainment Program Hangout with Yoo Won
Brand of the Year Awards 2021 Weekend Variety Show Won [32]
Korea Broadcasting Awards Best Picture Won [33]
Best Male Variety Star Yoo Jae-suk Won
Korean PD Awards 2022 Best Comedian Shin Bong-sun Won [34]
MBC Entertainment Awards 2019 Program of the Year Hangout with Yoo Nominated [35]
Top Excellence Award in Music/Talk Category (Male) You Hee-yeol Nominated
Lee Juck Nominated
Excellence Award in Music/Talk Category (Male) Jo Se-ho Won
Rookie Award (Male) Yoo San-seul Won
Best Couple Award Park Hyun-woo and Jeong Kyung-chun Nominated
Special Award in Music/Talk Park Hyun-woo, Jeong Kyung-chun and Lee Geon-woo Won
2020 Grand Prize (Daesang) Yoo Jae-suk Won [36]
Program of the Year Hangout with Yoo Won
Top Excellence Award in Music/Talk Category (Female) Lee Hyo-ri Won
Excellence Award in Music/Talk Category (Female) Uhm Jung-hwa and Jessi Won
Excellence Award in Music/Talk Category (Male) Kim Jong-min Won
Best Couple Award Yoo Jae-suk and Lee Hyo-ri Won
Kim Jong-min and Jung Jae-hyung Nominated
Rain and Lee Hyo-ri Nominated
Scriptwriter of the Year Choi Hye-jung Won
2021 Grand Prize (Daesang) Yoo Jae-suk Won [37][38][39]
Entertainer of the Year Award Won
Program of the Year Hangout with Yoo Won
Top Excellence Award in Variety Category – Female Shin Bong-sun Won
Rookie Award Lee Mi-joo Won
Parc Jae-jung Won
Popularity Award Kim Jong-min Won
Best Teamwork Award MSG Wannabe[f] Won
Best Character Award Jeong Jun-ha Won
Haha Won
Best Couple Award Yoo Jae-suk, Mijoo, and Haha Won

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Consists of Lee Bo-ram, SOLE, Uhm Ji-yoon and Jung Ji-so
  2. ^ Consists of Navi, Soyeon (Laboum) and eliminated contestant Chae Jung-an
  3. ^ Consists of Park Jin-joo, Jo Hyun-ah (Urban Zakapa) and eliminated contestants Rihey and Mijoo
  4. ^ Consists of Yoon Eun-hye, Kota (Sunny Hill), Kwon Jin-ah and Hynn
  5. ^ On February 5 and February 12, 2022, broadcasts will be canceled due to live coverage of the 2022 Winter Olympics.[27]
  6. ^ M.O.M (Jee Seok-jin, KCM, Wonstein, Parc Jae-jung) and JSDK (Kim Jung-min, Simon Dominic, Lee Dong-hwi, Lee Sang-yi)

ReferencesEdit

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