The South Korean reality show ‘Love Catcher in Seoul’ is on the screens with its third season. The show has managed to gain a favorable crowd of viewers in a short period of time. Viewers out there are loving the show for its real and unique content, and it is not surprising that the third season too is getting similar attention as the previous two seasons did.
Portraying the genres of romance, love, and drama, the reality show has gained its ground. It has a total of eight episodes, and each has a running time of 1 hour 20 minutes. The first episode of the show aired on November 19, 2021, and if the original episode schedule is followed by the distributors, then we will have the final episode on January 7, 2022.
In a short period of time, the show has gained positive reviews and very encouraging ratings from all its viewers. The great ratings of the show are indeed attracting other viewers to it too. The television reality show is about the dating psychological game. It is a tug of war between “love catchers”, the ones who are looking out for destined love and “money catchers” the ones who are behind the large monetary prize.
The concept is really appealing to the younger generation of today, and they are loving the show a lot. Here we have talked about the attractive and fantastic cast lineup of the show and to tell you everything about the same. So, let’s have a look inside.
‘Love Catcher in Seoul’: All About the Cast Lineup
Son Ho Jun, Jang Do Yeon, Sunny, Loco, and Miyeon are the members of the show who are representing and narrating about the values and trends of today’s relationship between two persons. They share their honest opinions on the issues with the participants of the show.
Let’s know more about them.
Son Ho Jun
Son Ho Jun is the main host of the reality show. He is one of the popular South Korean actors and singers and is known for his sharp and charismatic personality. In the year 2016, he made his acting debut through “Jump 2” which was an educational drama series. His debut in the music industry was as the leader of Tachyon, a three-member South Korean boy band.
After the disbandment of the band, he appeared in an SBS drama series titled “Coffee House” after which he was enlisted for the military. His popularity rose to another level when he returned to screen in a campus drama titled “Reply 1994”.
He signed a contract with YG Entertainment in the year 2017 and was starred in a successful drama series titled “Confession Couple”. Last year, he appeared in the Netflix series “Was It Love?” in the role of a successful novelist and scriptwriter.
Choi Mi Yeon
Choi Mi Yeon is in the position of the main host of ‘Love Catcher in Seoul’ and is a well-known South Korean singer and actress. She is the member and main vocalist of the girl group (G) I-dle, which operates under Cube Entertainment, and is known for her sharp personality.
In 2020, she appeared in the MBC’s music competition program “King of Mask Singer” and won the first round with 64 points. Her smoky and soulful vocals did the wonders, and she performed “Goodbye Sadness and Hello Happiness” by Yoon Mi-rae in the second round, which gained her many warm and positive comments from both audience and panel.
In the month of October 2020, she collaborated with Minni and sang “We Already Fell in Love” as part of the “Do Do Sol Sol La La Sol” soundtrack. And her OST was “My Destiny” for the drama “Tale of the Nine Tailed”.
The South Korean Rapper Loco is the main host of the reality show. He operates under AOMG, which is a hip-hop label. He is known as the winner of the rapping competition “Show Me the Money” which gained him huge fame and popularity.
His single titled “See the Light” was released on September 4, 2012, which marks his solo debut. Moreover, he has also collaborated with other popular artists like Lim Chang Jung, Crush, Hyomin, and many others.
Jang Do Yeon:
Jang Do Yeon is a well-known South Korean comedian operating under the KOEN Group. The 36-year-old comedian has excelled in the genres of observation, sketch, wit, parody, slapstick, dramatic, and sitcom.
Her debut was with Mnet’s talk show “Talk King 18”. Later, she appeared as a member of the Gag Concert after she joined the 22nd class of KBS comedians.
Susan Soonkyu Lee or better known as Sunny is a Korean-American singer. Her debut into the music industry was with the South Korean girl group “Girl’s Generation” in August 2007. She gained huge fame with the group as it became one of the best-selling artists not only in South Korea but also all around the globe.
She has appeared in many television dramas and has also hosted many South Korean variety shows. Sunny was signed in as a celebrity judge in the show “Vocal War: God’s Voice” in March 2016.