Good Sunday

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Good Sunday
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Genre Reality television, Comedy, Variety show
Starring Roommate:
Chan-yeol (EXO)
Hong Soo-hyun
Jo Se-ho
Lee Dong-wook
Lee So-ra
Nana (After School)
Park Min-woo
Seo Kang-joon (5urprise)
Shin Sung-woo
Song Ga-yeon
Running Man:
Yoo Jae-suk
Gary
Haha
Ji Suk-jin
Kim Jong-kook
Lee Kwang-soo
Song Ji-hyo
Country of origin South Korea
Original language(s) Korean
No. of episodes 528 (as of August 10, 2014)
Production
Running time Approx. 230 minutes per episode
Broadcast
Original channel SBS
Picture format 480i (NTSC) (March 28, 2004 - July 11, 2010)
1080i (HDTV) (July 11, 2010 - Present)
Audio format Stereo
Original run March 28, 2004 – Present
Chronology
Preceded by Beautiful Sunday (뷰티풀 선데이)
Related shows Real Situation Saturday
External links
Website
Korean name
Hangul 일요일이 좋다
Hanja 이 좋다
Revised Romanization Iryoiri jota
McCune–Reischauer Iryoiri chot'a

Good Sunday (Korean: 일요일이 좋다) is a South Korean reality-variety show shown on the SBS network, which competes directly against MBC's Sunday Night and KBS2's Happy Sunday line-up. The program has suffered from the competition of Happy Sunday and Sunday Night but reached its way to #1 on the Top 20 Charts every Sunday. Good Sunday consists of a line-up of "corner programs", or segments, which air within the program. Currently, Roommate airs first at 4:10 pm KST for about 110 minutes, and Running Man airs after at 6:10 pm for about 90 minutes.

History[edit]

Prior to Good Sunday, Ultra Sunday Hurray! (초특급 일요일만세) began airing on March 18, 2001. Beginning on January 20, 2002 Show! Sunday World (쇼!일요천하) aired, and on July 14, 2002 Beautiful Sunday (뷰티풀 선데이) aired until March 28, 2004, where Good Sunday began to air its new, popular programming. As of July 11, 2010, the program began airing in high definition for the first time. (Only Part 1, Running Man, aired in HD as Part 2, Family Outing 2, which still aired in SD, was airing its last episode.) As of July 18, 2010, both Part 1 and 2 (Running Man and Heroes) air in HD. Good Sunday was divided into two parts, from July 27, 2008 to May 8, 2011. On May 22, 2011, it returned to airing as one "whole" program beginning at 5:20 pm KST and ending at 8:00 pm for about 160 minutes. As of September 25, 2011, Good Sunday is divided into two parts again, Part 1 airing at 5:20 pm and Part 2 airing at 6:50 pm KST, in an effort to boost ratings. On December 4, 2011, it returned to airing as one whole program again beginning at 5:00 pm for about 180 minutes.

Broadcasting times[edit]

  • March 28, 2004 - October 29, 2006 (17:50 - 20:00 ; 2 hours 10 minutes)
  • November 5, 2006 - November 4, 2007 (17:30 - 18:40 ; 1 hour 10 minutes)
  • November 11, 2007 - May 18, 2008 (17:30 - 20:00 ; 2 hours 30 minutes)
  • May 25, 2008 – August 21, 2011 (17:20 - 20:00 ; 2 hours 40 minutes)
    • July 27, 2008 - July 11, 2010; March 20, 2011 – May 8, 2011 (17:20 - 18:40 ; 1 hour 20 minutes ; Part 1)
    • July 27, 2008 - May 23, 2010; July 11, 2010; March 20, 2011 – May 1, 2011 (18:50 - 20:00 ; 1 hour 10 minutes ; Part 2)
    • July 18, 2010 – March 13, 2011 (17:20 - 18:35 ; 1 hour 15 minutes ; Part 1)
    • July 18, 2010 – March 13, 2011 (18:45 - 20:00 ; 1 hour 15 minutes ; Part 2)
  • August 28, 2011 – December 4, 2011 (17:05 - 20:00 ; 2 hours 55 minutes)
    • September 25 - November 27, 2011 (17:05 - 18:30 ; 1 hour 25 minutes ; Part 1)
    • September 25 - November 27, 2011 (18:40 - 20:00 ; 1 hour 20 minutes ; Part 2)
  • December 11, 2011 - November 11, 2012 (17:00 - 20:00 ; 3 hours)
  • November 18, 2012 – November 17, 2013 (16:55 - 20:00 ; 3 hours 5 minutes)
  • November 24, 2013 - April 13, 2014 (16:40 - 20:00 ; 3 hours 20 minutes)
  • May 4, 2014 - present (16:10 - 20:00 ; 3 hours 50 minutes)

Current segments[edit]

Roommate[edit]

Main article: Roommate (TV series)

Roommate (Korean: 룸메이트) is a reality program featuring eleven celebrities living together, sharing common spaces such as the kitchen, living room, and washrooms. The program aims to show the life, troubles, and joys of eleven different celebrities as they form friendships and possibly enemies living together under one roof. Roommate replaces K-pop Star 3 and began airing on May 4, 2014.[2]

Running Man[edit]

Running Man (Korean: 런닝맨), first broadcast on July 11, 2010, is currently the longest-running program on Good Sunday surpassing X-man on February 3, 2013 with 131 episodes. It has garnered attention as being the come-back program for Yoo Jae-suk after leaving Good Sunday's Family Outing in February 2010. This show is classified as a game-variety show, where the MCs and guests complete missions in a landmark to win a race.[5][6]

Former segments[edit]

K-pop Star 3[edit]

Main article: K-pop Star 3

Survival Audition K-pop Star 3 (Korean: 서바이벌 오디션 K팝스타 3) is the third season of audition program K-pop Star, with returning judges Park Jin-young and Yang Hyun-suk, and new judge You Hee-yeol. The program returned for a new season on November 24, 2013, replacing Barefooted Friends.[8]

Barefooted Friends[edit]

Main article: Barefooted Friends

Barefooted Friends (Korean: 맨발의 친구들) is a real variety program featuring Kang Ho-dong, who is returning to Good Sunday after leaving X-Man in April 2007. The members travel to foreign countries to experience "real happiness" with locals.[10] The program first broadcast on April 21, 2013, replacing K-pop Star 2.[9]

K-pop Star 2[edit]

Main article: K-pop Star 2

Survival Audition K-pop Star 2 (Korean: 서바이벌 오디션 K팝스타 2) is the second season of audition program K-pop Star, with returning judges, BoA, Park Jin-young, and Yang Hyun-suk. The program returned for a new season on November 18, 2012, replacing Law of the Jungle 2.[12] The program was renewed for a third season with the same judges, scheduled to air in October 2013 possibly in a new timeslot.[13]

Kim Byung-man's Law of the Jungle 2[edit]

Kim Byung-man's Law of the Jungle 2 (Korean: 김병만의 정글의 법칙 시즌2) is a reality-documentary program featuring comedian Kim Byung-man and his tribe as they explore and survive in nature. With locations being in Vanuatu, Siberia in Russia, and Madagascar. This is the second season of Kim Byung-man's Law of the Jungle, which was a ratings success in its Friday night time slot in the latter half of 2011. The program began to air on May 6, 2012, replacing K-pop Star.,[15] but its last episode was reverted to Friday at 10:00 pm, to make way for K-pop Star 2, where its next season has aired in that time slot ever since.

K-pop Star[edit]

  • Aired: December 4, 2011 - April 29, 2012
  • Starring: Yoon Do-hyun, Boom, BoA, Park Jin-young, Yang Hyun-suk[16]
Main article: K-pop Star 1

Survival Audition K-pop Star (Korean: 서바이벌 오디션 K팝스타) is an audition program featuring the "Big 3" entertainment companies (SM, YG, and JYP). People around the world audition to become the next "K-pop Star", who will be judged by a representative of each company (BoA, Park Jin-young, and Yang Hyun-suk). The winner will have a choice of which company to sign with, and many prizes including three hundred million won. The first season began to air on December 4, 2011, replacing BIGsTORY.[17] The program was renewed for a second season with the same judges and an upgraded format, and aired from November 2012 to April 2013.[18]

BIGsTORY[edit]

  • Aired: August 28 - November 27, 2011
  • Starring: Shin Dong-yup, Lee Soo-kyung, Shin Bong-sun, Lee Kyu-han, Sean Lee[19]

Diet Survival BIGsTORY (Korean: 다이어트 서바이벌 빅토리) is a new survival program featuring "Diet King", Sean Lee. Twenty obese people will go through intense training and diets to "change your body, change your life". The winner will receive one hundred million won, a car, and many fabulous prizes. The title "BIGsTORY" which sounds like "victory" in Korean, means the "big" "story" these people have come from and will make, and the "victory" they will achieve. The program began to air on August 28, 2011, replacing Kim Yu-na's Kiss & Cry.[20]

Kim Yu-na's Kiss & Cry[edit]

Kim Yu-na's Kiss & Cry (Korean: 김연아의 키스 앤 크라이) is a survival audition program featuring champion figure skater, Kim Yu-na. Ten celebrities and ten professional skaters will form couples and challenge each other in figure skating to become the winning team, who will be performing with Kim Yu-na at a special ice show in August. The program is scheduled to air on May 22, 2011, replacing Heroes.[22] The program was scheduled to return for a second season in April 2012 in a different time slot, but has been postponed due to Kim Yu-na's busy schedule.[23]

Heroes[edit]

Heroes (Korean: 영웅호걸; Hanja: 英雄豪傑) is a girl-group variety show that first aired on July 18, 2010, replacing Gold Miss is Coming. It is classified as a "popularity search variety", where the female celebrities compete to find out which of them is more popular among citizens. The show ended on May 1, 2011 due to low ratings and has been replaced by Kiss & Cry.

Family Outing 2[edit]

Main article: Family Outing 2

Family Outing Season 2 (Korean: 패밀리가 떴다 2) (literally Family's Here 2) was the second season of Family Outing. It featured a different concept, cast, and production team, but ended due to low ratings.

Gold Miss is Coming[edit]

  • Aired: October 12, 2008 - June 6, 2010
  • Starring: No Hongchul, Yang Jung-ah, Lee In-hae, Song Eun-ee, Park So-hyun, Shin Bong-sun, Hyun Young, Seo Yu-jung[27]

Gold Miss is Coming (Korean: 골드미스가 간다) (also known as Gold Miss Diaries) is a reality show where 6 "Gold Misses" are on a mission to find a husband. They will live with each other for 2 days in the "Gold House" and through games, whoever that wins will have an opportunity to date someone.[28] ggn

Family Outing[edit]

Main article: Family Outing

Family Outing (Korean: 패밀리가 떴다) (literally Family's Here) was first broadcast on June 15, 2008, it has yet since become the top rated program on Sunday. The second season began on February 21, 2010. Family Outing is a reality show, where the "Family," consisting of Korean celebrities and entertainers. goes to an elderlys home in the countrysides of South Korea and takes care of the home while the elderly family goes on a vacation. During their stay, the "Family" takes on tasks assigned by the elderly family. During the tasks, the Family will play games related to the surroundings. They will also cook dinner and breakfast for themselves during their stay. A "Popular Vote" game was played before they go to bed, as to where the members of the family will sleep but is seen not doing it anymore. At the end of their stay, the elderly family will return to the home and be greeted by the Family as they will move on to their next destination.[29]

Change[edit]

  • Aired: February 17, 2008 - October 15, 2008
  • Starring: Shin Dong-yup, Shin Bong-sun, Kang-in, No Hongchul

Change (Korean: 체인지) is a program where celebrities are given a "new face", and are sent to live through a day as a different person.[30]

Find Mr. Kim[edit]

  • Aired: February 10, 2008 - February 24, 2008
  • Starring: Seo Kyung-suk, Yoon Jung-su, Kim Sung-su, Moon Hee-jun, Alex, Charles

Find Mr. Kim (Korean: 김서방을 찾아라) is a program about delivering packages to people around the world.[31]

Meet the In-Laws[edit]

  • Aired: November 11, 2007 - July 20, 2008
  • Starring: Nam Hee-seok, Han Young

Meet the In-Laws (Korean: 사돈 처음 뵙겠습니다) is a program about foreign brides meeting their in-laws and family members for the first time.[32]

Mission Impossible[edit]

  • Aired: November 11, 2007 - June 8, 2008
  • Starring: Yoo Jae-suk, Shin Jung-hwan, Yoon Jong-shin

Mission Impossible (Korean: 기적의 승부사/기승史) (also known as Miraculous Victory and Defeat) is a program where two teams, one team of celebrities and one team of announcers, complete tasks with 10 chances to succeed.[32] Due to poor ratings, it was changed to "기승史", a historical costume program, with a concept of two teams competing for fun.

Explorers of the Human Body[edit]

  • Aired: November 11, 2007 - February 3, 2008
  • Starring: Shin Dong-yup, Super Junior

Explorers of the Human Body (Korean: 인체탐험대) features Super Junior, as they investigate parts of the human body.[32] Due to Super Junior's busy schedule, the show was canceled after a plan to air a second season. Explorers of the Human Body was one of the highest rating shows to appear in the line-up due to comical and educational content.

Good Sunday Old TV[edit]

  • Aired: June 17, 2007 - November 4, 2007
  • Starring: Yoo Jae-suk, Shin Jung-hwan, Yoon Jong-shin, Haha, Han Young, Kim Ju-hee

Old TV (Korean: 일요일이 좋다 옛날 TV) features celebrities from the past and shows how television was broadcast back in their days.[33] This program was the last of the short lived stand-alone 70 mins Good Sunday.

Good Sunday Haja! Go[edit]

  • Aired: April 15, 2007 - June 10, 2007
  • Starring: Yoo Jae-suk, Park Myung-su, Shin Jung-hwan, Haha

Haja! GO (Korean: 일요일이 좋다 하자!GO) (literally Do It! GO) featured guests playing gag games.)[34] Calling itself the first gag variety, the show was accused of plagiarizing a program on Fuji TV and was cancelled. This program was one of the short lived stand-alone 70 mins Good Sunday.

New X-man Good Sunday[edit]

Main article: X-Man (TV series)

New X-man (Korean: X맨 일요일이 좋다) was a revamped version of X-man, where the X-man was decided by a survey by other celebrities on a certain topic, the team with X-man in the end would lose.[35] This program was one of the short lived stand-alone 70 mins Good Sunday.

Bungee Song King/S-MATCH[edit]

  • Aired: August 27, 2006 - October 29, 2006
  • Starring: Tak Jae-hoon, Park Su-hong, Yoon Jung-su

Bungee Song King and S-MATCH (Korean: 번지 노래왕/에스-메치) were two special programs that filled in Roundly Roundly's absence.

Roundly Roundly[edit]

  • Aired: April 30, 2006 - August 13, 2006
  • Starring: Tak Jae-hoon, Park Su-hong, Yoon Jung-su, Im Hyung-jun

Roundly Roundly (Korean: 둥글게 둥글게) is a program where the hosts and guests need to think like a child and understand them more.[36]

X-man[edit]

  • Aired: October 10, 2004 - October 29, 2006 (in Good Sunday)
  • Starring: Yoo Jae-suk, Kang Ho-dong, Lee Hyuk-jae
Main article: X-Man (TV series)

X-man (Korean: X맨) is one of Korea's most famous variety shows. Various celebrities collaborate into two teams and duel out against each other. The main object is to find the X-man; a randomly picked celebrity who purposely tried to sabotage his/her teammates' chances of winning.[37]

Reverse Drama[edit]

  • Aired: August 8, 2004 - April 23, 2006
  • Starring: Various Celebrities
Main article: Banjun Drama

Reverse Drama (Korean: 대결! 반전드라마/반전극장) (also known as Banjun Drama) features two mini-dramas that have "reverse" endings. The ending are generally surprising and would not be expected by the viewers. The two mini-dramas compete by votes cast on the main site.

Yoo Jae-suk and Fullness of the Heart[edit]

  • Aired: May 30, 2004 - September 19, 2004
  • Starring: Yoo Jae-suk, Shin Jung-hwan, Ji Sang-ryul, Nam Chang-hee, Kim Chong-suk

Yoo Jae-suk and Fullness of the Heart (Korean: 유재석과 감개무량) was the predecessor of Infinite Challenge.

Medical Non-Fiction! Last Warning[edit]

  • Aired: May 30, 2004 - August 1, 2004
  • Starring: Kang Ho-dong, Lee Hwi-jae

Medical Non-Fiction! Last Warning (Korean: 메디컬 논픽션! 최종경고) was an informational program where celebrities would reenact symptoms to inform viewers of illnesses.

Star Olympiad[edit]

  • Aired: May 2, 2004 - May 23, 2004
  • Starring: Kang Ho-dong, Lee Hwi-jae

Star Olympiad (Korean: 스타 올림피아드) was a program where teams of celebrities would compete in events.

Healthy Men and Women[edit]

  • Aired: March 28, 2004 - April 25, 2004
  • Starring: Kang Ho-dong, Lee Hwi-jae, Shin Jung-hwan, Yoo Jae-suk

Healthy Men and Women (Korean: 건강남녀) was classified as a "love fantasy show", where the MCs and guests would fight for each other's love through comical acts.[38]

Waving the Korean Flag[edit]

  • Aired: March 28, 2004 - May 23, 2004
  • Starring: Yoo Jae-suk, Ji Sang-ryul

Waving the Korean Flag (Korean: 태극기 휘날리며) was a program featuring South Korea's famous athletes.

Shin Dong-yeop's Love's Commissioned Mother[edit]

  • Aired: March 28, 2004 - October 3, 2004
  • Starring: Shin Dong-yup

Shin Dong-yeop's Love's Commissioned Mother (Korean: 신동엽의 사랑의 위탁모) was a program where female celebrities would "adopt" child(ren) and raise them over a week.[38] It is the predecessor to Our Children Have Changed.

Ratings[edit]

2004[edit]

2005[edit]

2006[edit]

2007[edit]

2008[edit]

2009[edit]

2010[edit]

2011[edit]

2012[edit]

2013[edit]

2014[edit]

Awards & achievements[edit]

Year Awards
2007
  • 2007 SBS Entertainment Awards (December 30)[41]
    • Korean Wave Program Award - X-man
    • Most Talented Entertainer Award - Haha (Good Sunday Old TV)
    • Grand Award (Daesang) - Kang Ho-dong (X-man)
2008
  • 2008 SBS Entertainment Awards (December 30)[42]
    • Newbie Award: Entertainment Category - Yang Jung-ah (Gold Miss is Coming)
    • Producer's Entertainer Award - Kim Su-ro (Family Outing), Jang Yun-jung (Gold Miss is Coming)
    • Special Award: Broadcast Writer Category - Lee Mi-sun (Writer of Family Outing)
    • Best Teamwork Award - Gold Miss is Coming team
    • Netizen Most Popular Award - Lee Chun-hee, Park Ye-jin (Family Outing)
    • Audience's Best Program Award - Family Outing
    • Grand Award (Daesang) - Yoo Jae-suk (Family Outing)
2009
  • 2009 SBS Entertainment Awards (December 30)[43]
    • Best Screenwriter - Choi Mun-kyung (Gold Miss is Coming)
    • Producer's TV Star Award - Yang Jung-ah (Gold Miss is Coming)
    • Netizen Most Popular Award - Lee Hyo-ri (Family Outing)
    • Best Teamwork Award - Family Outing team
    • Outstanding Award: Entertainment Category - Shin Bong-sun (Gold Miss is Coming)
    • Grand Award (Daesang) - Yoo Jae-suk & Lee Hyo-ri (Family Outing)
2010
  • 2010 SBS Entertainment Awards (December 30)[44]
    • SBS Variety New Star Award - Song Joong-ki, Lee Kwang-soo & Gary (Running Man), Kahi & IU (Heroes)
    • Variety Special Award - Song Ji-hyo (Running Man)
    • Best TV Star Award - Kim Jong-kook (Running Man), Shin Bong-sun (Heroes)
    • Best Teamwork Award - Heroes team
    • Netizen Most Popular Program - Running Man
2011
  • 2011 SBS Entertainment Awards (December 30)[45]
    • Newbie Award: Variety Category - Lee Kwang-soo (Running Man)
    • Broadcast Writer Award - Park Hyun-sook (Running Man)
    • Special Award - Kim Yu-na (Kiss & Cry)
    • Best Entertainer Award: Variety Category - Haha (Running Man) & Park Jun-geum (Kiss & Cry)
    • Most Outstanding Program - Running Man
    • Outstanding Award: Variety Category - Kim Jong-kook & Song Ji-hyo (Running Man)
    • Most Outstanding Award: Variety Category - Kim Byung-man (Kiss & Cry)
    • Grand Award (Daesang) - Yoo Jae-suk (Running Man)
2012
  • 2012 SBS Entertainment Awards (December 30)[46]
    • Best Entertainer Award - Variety Category - Chu Sung-hoon & Jeon Hye-bin (Law of the Jungle)
    • Producer Award - Yoon Do-hyun (K-pop Star, Law of the Jungle)
    • Outstanding Award: Variety Category - Gary & Ji Suk-jin (Running Man)
    • Outstanding Program - K-pop Star
    • Most Outstanding Program - Law of the Jungle
    • Viewer's Most Popular Program - Running Man
    • Viewer's Most Popular Award - Yoo Jae-suk (Running Man)
    • Most Outstanding Award: Variety Category - Kim Byung-man (Law of the Jungle)
    • Special Award - BoA (K-pop Star)
    • Grand Award (Daesang) - Yoo Jae-suk (Running Man)
2013
  • 2013 SBS Entertainment Awards (December 30)[47]
    • Friendship Award - Lee Kwang-soo (Running Man)
    • Producer Award - Kang Ho-dong (Barefooted Friends)
    • Male Outstanding Award - Haha & Kim Jong-kook (Running Man)
    • Outstanding Program: Variety Category - K-pop Star
    • Most Outstanding Program - Running Man
    • Viewer's Most Popular Award - Running Man members
    • Female Most Outstanding Award - Song Ji-hyo (Running Man)

See also[edit]

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