“Food that came to mind when you were pregnant”…Han Ga-in, Soul Food I Met in My Hometown (Handless Day)
“Handless Day” Han Ga-in will go on a business trip to her hometown of Eunpyeong-gu, where she lived until just before marriage.
In the sixth episode of JTBC’s entertainment program “Handless Day,” which will air on the 30th, a memory moving service will be held for clients in their 50s who chose to move to Busan for the second act of a peaceful life.
Above all, Eunpyeong-gu, Seoul, where the client lives, is the hometown of Ga-in, who came on a business trip to a neighborhood of memories where she lived from childhood to just before marriage, seemed particularly excited, saying, “I’ve been excited since yesterday.”
At the same time, it is rumored that Han Ga-in walked around the neighborhood and opened her alma mater to the neighborhood where she actually lived, getting immersed in her childhood memories and stimulating viewers’ nostalgia.
In addition, Han Ga-in burst into laughter with his unstoppable pride in Eunpyeong-gu, saying, “This neighborhood is a place where you drive with your eyes closed,” while driving the Yongdal car “Soni,” the mascot of “Handless Day.”
On the other hand, Han Ga-in visits a specialty of Eunpyeong-gu and a favorite tteokbokki restaurant since the age of five. On this day, Ga-in said, “The most memorable food when I was pregnant was this restaurant’s tteokbokki.” “It’s like soul food,” he said. “The boss is also a very funny person,” showing off his expectations.
However, the tteokbokki owner, who met Ga-in for a while, said, “Why have you become so skinny?” and made Han Ga-in’s spirit tingle. As a result, expectations are high for Eunpyeong-gu’s episode of “Handless Day,” where stories full of people smell as much as the friendly scenery of his hometown will pour out.
“Handless Day” airs every Friday at 8:50 p.m.