NU’EST’s Baekho Talks about His Biggest Concern In “Law Of The Jungle”  in  News

Back by:  HyonJoo.Kim  on  March 8, 2019 03:41 AM

NU’EST’s Baekho Talks about His Biggest Concern In “Law Of The Jungle”



The 'Jungle's Law in Chatham', which was broadcasted at 9 pm on the last Saturday night, was designed to challenge the 'survival of the stoneware' in Chatham Island, New Zealand. The members were very embarrassed when they confiscated bags, coats and hats, but they soon showed up adapting to tools-free survival by collecting natural materials around and making clothes with leather. 

Among them, the youngest backyard was particularly prominent. Backhoe not only sprouts a huge tree with one hand, but also learned how to pick up an abalone with bare hands, succeeding in abalone hunting with 'One-shot One Wick', and was responsible for the food of its members. 



According to the crew, "I wanted to be in the law of the jungle" from a long time ago in a pre-interview before leaving for the jungle. He said, "It seemed funny, and of course it would be difficult, but I wanted to be in one of those extreme situations. I wonder how I will behave when I'm in extreme circumstances." 


 again backhoe said, "What is most worrying is that," said, "whiskers" to the question "worried about bearded bout to shave properly, a lot." So the crew "really (usually nicknamed)" sexy bandit "

Meanwhile, 'Jungle's Law in Chatham' was predicted to lead to more stalagmite survival. The public trailer includes a bachelor's satisfaction that can not sleep at the extreme cold following the bare weka hunting, adding to the question whether they can complete the survival of the stoneware safely. SBS 'The Law of the Jungle' broadcasts every Saturday night at 9:00. 



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