In the upcoming episode of SBS’s My Little Old Boy, Kim Jong Kook’s pink-turned house and the meeting of Lee Sang Min and Kim Kang Hoon will certainly draw a laughter out of the viewers.
In My Little Old Boy, Kim Jong Kook’s reaction to his pink-turned house and “honest romance talk” between Lee Sang Min and Kim Kang Hoon, who have 34 years age difference, will catch the eye.
Kim Jong Kook, who returned home from exercising, was shocked to see the horrible scenery inside his house. His house, which was always filled with black objects, was turned into pink. Soon, Kim Jong Kook vented his anger, saying, “Who did this crazy thing?”
With his investigative techniques to catch the “culprit,” the tension exploded in the recording studio, where the cast said “it feels like a thriller genre.” At last, everyone was shocked by the identity of the culprit who painted Kim Jong Kook’s house with pink.
Meanwhile, child actor Kim Kang Hoon, who made headlines for his role as Pil Goo in When the Camellia Blooms, drew attention once again as he received love counseling for Lee Sang Min. The fact that the two have 34 years of age difference made the scene even more interesting.
The story of Kim Joon Kook’s pink-turned house and the special chemistry between Lee Sang Min and Kim Kang Hoon will be unveiled on May 3 on My Little Old Boy.