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SHINee’s Key to Reunite with A Pink’s Jung Eun Ji as Special MC for ‘Quiz to Change the World’

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2013.09.13 10:43 Mwave Ko Hong Ju Translation Credit : Grace Danbi Hong

SHINee’s Key will be joining the MC team of MBC’s Quiz to Change the World as a special MC.

On September 13, Key will fill in the empty spot of Park Myung Soo during the recording of Quiz to Change the World, which took place at MBC Dream Center in Ilsan. He will be hosting with Park Mi Sun and Lee Hwi Jae.

SHINee’s Key to Reunite with A Pink’s Jung Eun Ji as Special MC for ‘Quiz to Change the World’

Key’s appearance on the show is not fixed as he will only be a special MC for the time being. However, he will be the voice for the younger generation, bringing diversity to the show.

On September 12, the show’s producer, Hwang Hyo Jin talked with enews on the phone saying, “Key will be the first special MC. He won’t be a fixed MC, but a special. Just like we’ve done in the past, we will have having idol MCs from time to time.”

Miss A’s Suzy, After School’s Uee, 2AM’s Jo Kwon, SISTAR’s Bora have all been special MCs for this program.

“For the time being, we plan on leaving the possibilities open instead of choosing a fixed MC. As Quiz to Change the World is a program about different generations, we believe there is a need to listen to the younger crowd, so it is true that we paid a lot of attention on bringing idols onto the show. You’ll be able to see a different change.”

Meanwhile, Key and A Pink’s Jung Eun Ji, who sparked romance on We Got Married, will meet each other again, this time as MC and guest.

Other guests include Yoon Bomi, EXO’s Suho and Baekhyun, Moon Hee Jun, and others. The episode will air on September 21.

Photo Credit: SM Entertainment

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