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Superman Helps Ah3In Place Second on ‘Comedy Big League’

Rating Rating more Two Stars

2011.11.06 11:56 Mwave Choi, EunHwa


Ah3In (Lee Sang Joon, Ye Je Hyung, Moon Kyu Park) came in second on the 8th round of Comedy Big League after making a member of the audience wear Superman shorts (aka..red underwear).

On the show’s November 5 broadcast, the members of Ah3In brought a male member of the audience up on stage to be a part of their sketch Audience Insult. Lee Sang Joon told the man, who said he was born in 1975, that he was Director Song from now, and gave him embarrassing missions to entertain the rest of the audience.

First the members of Ah3In suddenly took off their pants, saying it was a new trend in fashion. When Director Song refused to follow, members of the staff and even MC Lee Su Geun took off their pants as examples. When they gave Director Song a pair of red Superman shorts, Song proved that he learned the lesson, ‘Just because everyone else is doing it...’, and still refused to take off his pants and instead, pulled the booty shorts on top of his pants.

Superman Helps Ah3In Place Second on ‘Comedy Big League’


Lee Sang Joon soon told him he would “make [Director Song] a Superman,” and dangled him in the air with wires. A reporter who appeared on screen in that moment reported, “Director Song is a pervert who wears red panties, and is also very cruel,” making everyone laugh at how a member of the audience suddenly became a pervert in front of their very eyes.

The unexpected hilarity of Director Song, added with the group’s ‘no pants’ fashion, resulted in Ah3In’s second place win.

But the group is going to have do a lot more to beat Small Spring, who’s currently leading Comedy Big League with 34 points.

Photo credit: tvN

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