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‘1 Night, 2 Days’ to End in Tears

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2012.02.26 13:46 Mwave Kim, JiYeon Translation Credit : Nancy Lee

Have a box of tissues handy because there won’t be a dry eye in the house when KBS airs the final episode of its hit variety program 1 Night, 2 Days on February 26.

The variety show, which aired its first episode in 2007, will draw to a close tonight after a successful five-year run before the current cast is replaced by a new production team and a few star-studded cast members for the upcoming second season.

‘1 Night, 2 Days’ to End in Tears

On the February 19 broadcast of 1 Night, 2 Days, we saw current cast members Lee Seung Gi, Eun Ji Won, Lee Su Geun, Kim Jong Min and Uhm Tae Woong take off on their final trip together, and tonight’s episode is expected to be filled with tears as the boys face the bittersweet end. The waterworks began on last week’s episode with a movie theater event that left a deep impression on viewers.

More than anything, the fact that the viewers will not be able to see the team’s energetic leader Kang Ho Dong, who temporarily retired from the entertainment industry after his involvement in a tax evasion scandal, again on the show makes its end all the more unfortunate.

1 Night, 2 Days has provided viewers with laughs over the years through the cast members’ overnight adventures and member challenges captured on camera as well as the show’s special episodes.

Lee Seung Gi, Eun Ji Won and the show’s producer, Na Young Suk, will not be returning for the second season, and original members Uhm Tae Woong, Lee Su Geun and Kim Jong Min will be joined by new members Ju Won, Sung Si Kyung, Cha Tae Hyun and Kim Seung Woo.

Photo credit: KBS

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