List of Saturday Night Live Korea episodes

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This is a list of episodes of Saturday Night Live Korea (Hangul: 새터데이 나이트 라이브 코리아). Abbreviated as SNL Korea (Hangul: SNL코리아) or SNLK, it is a South Korean late-night live television sketch comedy and variety television program that airs on general service cable channel tvN on Saturdays at 23:00. Adapted from the long-running American TV show Saturday Night Live on NBC, SNL Korea premiered on December 3, 2011,[1][2] and is currently on its fifth season.

Series overview[edit]

Season Episodes Originally aired
Season premiere Season finale
1 8 December 3, 2011 (2011-12-03) January 21, 2012 (2012-01-21)
2 8 May 26, 2012 (2012-05-26) July 14, 2012 (2012-07-14)
3 17 September 8, 2012 (2012-09-08) December 29, 2012 (2012-12-29)
4 38 February 23, 2013 (2013-02-23) November 23, 2013 (2013-11-23)
5 N/A March 1, 2014 (2014-03-01) N/A

Episodes[edit]

Season 1 (2011–12)[edit]

The first season ran from December 3, 2011 to January 21, 2012 for eight episodes.

No. in
series
No. in
season
Broadcast date Host(s) Musical guest(s) Guest(s) Notes
1 1 3 December 2011 Kim Joo-hyuk Dynamic Duo Shim Eun-kyung [3][4][5]
2 2 10 December 2011 Gong Hyung-jin Kim Chang-wan Band N/A [6][7]
3 3 17 December 2011 Kim In-kwon Kim Jo-han N/A [8][9]
4 4 24 December 2011 Kolleen Park Choi Jae-rim N/A
5 5 31 December 2011 Kim Dong-wook Jang Jae-in N/A [10]
6 6 7 January 2012 Kim Sang-kyung N/A Kim In-kwon [11]
7 7 14 January 2012 Kim Sung-soo Jung Yup N/A
8 8 21 January 2012 Ye Ji-won N/A Kwak Seung-jun [12][13]

Season 2 (2012)[edit]

The second season ran from May 26 to July 14, 2012 for eight episodes.

No. in
series
No. in
season
Broadcast date Host(s) Musical guest(s) Guest(s) Notes
9 1 26 May 2012 Oh Ji-ho Baek Ji-young N/A [14][15]
10 2 2 June 2012 Jo Yeo-jeong N/A Kim Dong-wook [16]
11 3 9 June 2012 Yang Dong-geun N/A Jung Joon
12 4 16 June 2012 N/A N/A Lee Soon-jae
Im Ha-ryong
Kim Bu-seon
Lee Jae-oh
[17]
13 5 23 June 2012 Shin Dong-yup N/A Hong Seok-cheon [18]
14 6 30 June 2012 Park Jin-young Lena Park Lee Sang-min
Kim Min-soo
Min Hyo-rin
Shin Eun-kyung
[19]
15 7 7 July 2012 Bada
Horan (Clazziquai)
Ham Eun-jung (T-ara)
N/A Chung Se-kyun
Hyolyn (Sistar)
[20][21][22][23]
16 8 14 July 2012 Super Junior Super Junior N/A [24][25][26]
[27][28][29]

Season 3 (2012)[edit]

The third season ran from September 8 to November 15, 2012 for seventeen episodes.[30]

No. in
series
No. in
season
Broadcast date Host(s) Musical guest(s) Guest(s) Notes
17 1 8 September 2012 N/A N/A Kim Bo-sung
Jung Woon-taek
18 2 15 September 2012 Seo In-guk
Eun Ji-won
Lee Si-eon
Shin So-yul
N/A N/A [31][32]
19 3 22 September 2012 Yoo Oh-sung N/A N/A
20 4 29 September 2012 N/A N/A N/A
21 5 6 October 2012 Lee Hyun-woo N/A Yoon Sang
Kwon Oh-joong
22 6 13 October 2012 Kim Jung-nan N/A Dongho (U-KISS) [33][34][35][36]
23 7 20 October 2012 Son Dam-bi N/A Orange Caramel
Kim Wan-sun
[37][38]
24 8 27 October 2012 N/A N/A Lee Hyun-woo
Kim Jung-nan
Son Dam-bi
(director's cut)
25 9 3 November 2012 Jun Hyun-moo N/A Shin Young-il
26 10 10 November 2012 Park Eun-ji N/A Ahn Young-mi
Nancy Rang
27 11 17 November 2012 Tony An
Jang Woo-hyuk
Smash Smash
Kang Ye-bin
Kim Dong-hyun
[39]
28 12 24 November 2012 N/A N/A Jun Hyun-moo
Park Eun-ji
Tony An
Jang Woo-hyuk
(director's cut)
Shin Young-il
29 13 1 December 2012 Jay Park N/A NS Yoon-G
DickPunks
Shin So-yul
Won Mi-yeon
[40][41][42][43]
30 14 8 December 2012 Kim Hyun-sook N/A Kwak Hyun-hwa
Choi Won-jun
31 15 15 December 2012 Brown Eyed Girls N/A Jang Jin [44][45]
32 16 22 December 2012 N/A N/A SNL Christmas Finale Special
Jay Park
Kim Hyun-sook
Brown Eyed Girls
(director's cut)
33 17 29 December 2012 N/A N/A 격동 SNL (mockumentary)

Season 4 (2013)[edit]

No. in
series
No. in
season
Broadcast date Host(s) Musical guest(s) Guest(s) Notes
34 1 23 February 2013 Choi Min-soo Miyuki Nakajima Jang Jin
Go Kyung-pyo
35 2 2 March 2013 Lee Moon-sik N/A Kang Yong-suk
36 3 9 March 2013 Lee Young-ja N/A Kang Yong-suk [46][47]
37 4 16 March 2013 Yoo Se-yoon UV Choi Jong-hoon
38 5 23 March 2013 Choi Yeo-jin N/A Kim Ye-won (Jewelry)
Seo Kyung-seok
Lee Yoon-seok
39 6 30 March 2013 Oh Man-seok N/A Fujita Sayuri
Kwak Han-gu
40 7 6 April 2013 Cultwo N/A Seo Kyung-seok
Lee Yoon-seok
41 8 13 April 2013 2AM N/A N/A [48][49]
42 9 20 April 2013 Lee Soo-young Jay Park (Cast member) N/A [50]
43 10 27 April 2013 4Minute N/A N/A [51][52][53][54]
44 11 4 May 2013 Shinhwa N/A N/A [55][56][57][58][59][60]
45 12 11 May 2013 Yoon Je-moon N/A N/A
46 13 18 May 2013 N/A Jason Mraz Junseok Lee
Song Chong-Gug
JK Kim Dong-wook
Younha
Sam Hammington
Hong Seok-cheon
[61][62][63][64]
47 14 25 May 2013 Park Yong-woo N/A N/A
48 15 1 June 2013 MBLAQ N/A N/A [65]
49 16 8 June 2013 Ivy Ivy N/A [66]
50 17 15 June 2013 Lee Beom-soo N/A Miranda Kerr
Sean Lee
Lee Joon (MBLAQ)
[67][68]
51 18 22 June 2013 N/A N/A (director's cut)
52 19 13 July 2013 Bong Tae-gyu N/A Jessica Gomez
53 20 20 July 2013 Kim Wan-sun N/A Lee Eun-gyul
54 21 27 July 2013 Han Jung-soo
Jo Dong-hyuk
N/A N/A
55 22 3 August 2013 Kim Gura N/A Crayon Pop [69]
56 23 10 August 2013 Choi Soo-jong N/A Yoo Se-yoon [70][71]
57 24 17 August 2013 Koyote N/A N/A
58 25 24 August 2013 N/A N/A N/A
59 26 31 August 2013 Jang Hyuk N/A N/A [72]
60 27 7 September 2013 Seungri N/A N/A [73]
61 28 14 September 2013 Hye Park
Kyung-ah Song
Han Jin
N/A N/A
62 29 21 September 2013 N/A N/A Seungri
63 30 28 September 2013 G.NA N/A BTOB [74]
64 31 5 October 2013 Im Chang-jung N/A N/A
65 32 12 October 2013 Jaurim Jaurim N/A
66 33 19 October 2013 Jung Kyung-ho N/A Tom Hiddleston
67 34 26 October 2013 N/A N/A N/A
68 35 2 November 2013 Han Eun-jung N/A N/A
69 36 9 November 2013 Kim Gyu-ri N/A Block B [75][76]
70 37 16 November 2013 Kahi N/A Lizzy, Nana (After School)
71 38 23 November 2013 N/A N/A Son Ho-jun

Season 5 (2014)[edit]

No. in
series
No. in
season
Broadcast date Host(s) Musical guest(s) Guest(s) Notes
72 1 1 March 2014 N/A N/A N/A
73 2 8 March 2014 Park Sung-woong N/A N/A
74 3 15 March 2014 Park Ji-yoon N/A Dohee (Tiny-G) [77][78]
75 4 22 March 2014 Jeong Jun-ha N/A N/A
76 5 29 March 2014 Jung Sung-Hwa N/A Seo Eunkwang (BtoB)
77 6 5 April 2014 DJ DOC N/A N/A
78 7 12 April 2014 Joo Byung-jin N/A Noh Sa-yeon
79 8 24 May 2014 Jo Sungmo N/A N/A

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