As Running Man becomes the longest-running variety show in South Korea, let’s get to know more about the eldest member, Ji Sukjin!
Born in February
Ji Sukjin is a South Korean comedian, singer, television presenter, actor, and broadcaster who was born on February 10, 1966. He earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Ajou University.
Ji Sukjin debuted as a vocalist with the release of his first album, ‘I Know’ in 1992. In 2014, he sang a duet with Club Soul called ‘Saying I Love You’ for the KBS drama ‘My Dear Cat’s’ OST. Similarly, he sang ‘Hairpin’ for the OST of the drama ‘Romance for 7 Days’ in 2015.
Thus, 22 years after his debut as a musician, Ji Sukjin has just released a handful of new songs.
Earlier this year, along with Kim Jungsu, Kang Changmo (KCM), Simon Dominic, Lee Donghwi, Lee Sangyi, Wonstein, and Parc Jaejung they debuted as ‘MSG Wannabe’ a seasonal South Korean supergroup formed on the MBC variety show ‘Hangout with Yoo.’
MC and Comedian
He is known as a member of the cast of the variety program ‘Running Man’. He also presents the ‘2 O’Clock Date’ radio show on ‘MBC FM4U’ in the afternoon. Regardless, he rose to prominence in the entertainment world as an MC and comedian.
He was also well recognized for his role as the primary MC in the TV show ‘Star Golden Bell,’ which ran from 2004 to 2010.
Yoo Jaesuk’s Sunflower
Sukjin’s twenty-year relationship with Jaesuk is referenced in this moniker, which is frequently accompanied with a frightening stance from Sukjin.
Impala Ji Sukjin
Suk Jin’s status as ‘easy prey’ for Running Man’s predators is alluded.
Even though, Running Man members always tease him, they still care and respect him as their older brother.
His dream is to have the Gold Button from Youtube, and to make his dream come true, let’s all continue to support and subscribe to his channel!