The Jakarta Post
Singer and actor Yook Sung-jae, who is also a member of boy band BTOB, is set to join the cast of the upcoming Law of the Jungle reality show. (Cube Entertainment via The Korea Herald/File)
Korean reality TV show Law of the Jungle is set to be filmed in Indonesia for a second time.
Slated to take place in a jungle in Sumatra, the show’s participants are expected to include K-pop group BTOB’s Yook Sung-jae and Peniel, FT Island’s Choi Jong-hoon, gugudan’s Kim Se-jeong, Cross Gene’s Shin Won-ho, actor Kwak Si-yang and actress Jo Bo-ah.
Actors Gong Myung and Kim Min-seok, as well as K-pop stars like Infinite’s Sungyeol, BTS’ Jin and WJSN’s Sungso, previously took part in the show when it was filmed in North Sulawesi in November.
Law of the Jungle focuses on displaying the efforts of participating guests and fixed cast member Kim Byung-man to survive in the wild. The guests are asked to use their abilities to hunt for food, cook meals and create a temporary shelter on their own.
According to Korean media OSEN, cast members for Law of the Jungle in Sumatra, set to air in March, are scheduled to depart for Indonesia on Jan. 28. (kes)