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SUJU’s Heechul and Kim Sung Ju Confirmed as MCs of New Variety Show

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2014.08.22 16:50 Newsen Hwang Hye Jin Translation Credit : Yeawon Jung

Kim Sung Ju and Super Junior’s Heechul have been confirmed as the MCs of MBC’s upcoming show Tell Me Your Wish, catching attention for the unusual combination.

Set to air in the middle of September, Tell Me Your Wish is a ‘good will’ variety program that will spread the wish of the selected citizen through SNS to make the wish comes true through the help of others.

As the program will involve spreading stories through SNS and receiving help from people of various fields, it requires the hosts to have the ability to spread the news fast and get people to participate using their wide range of networks. Kim Sung Ju, who has become one of the most sought after MCs this year, and Heechul, who has over 1.4 million followers on his SNS, have been increasing anticipation for the show.

It has been reported that the two have been secretly meeting in the MBC building in Sangam-dong despite their busy schedules, in order to prepare for the special event they will be presenting on August 27.

SUJU’s Heechul and Kim Sung Ju Confirmed as MCs of New Variety Show

The production team stated, “We expect Kim Sung Ju’s smooth hosting skills and Heechul’s networks through his SNS to create a synergy effect. The viewers will be both entertained and deeply touched by the one of a kind variety show.”

About the female MC to join the two MCs, the production team said, “We think that she is more suited for the MC role more than anyone else. We expect people to cheer as soon as Tell Me Your Wish unveils her.”

Photo credit: MBC

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