Cool Kids (TV series)

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Cool Kids
Cool Kids (TV series).jpg
Promotional poster
Also known asKids These Days
Hangul요즘애들
GenreTalk show
StarringCurrent:
Country of originSouth Korea
Original language(s)Korean
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes22
Production
Executive producer(s)
Production location(s)South Korea
Running time90 minutes
DistributorJTBC
Release
Original networkJTBC
Picture formatHDTV 1080i
Original releaseDecember 2, 2018 – May 12, 2019 (2018-12-02 – 2019-05-12)
External links
Website

Cool Kids (Korean요즘애들; RRYojeumaedeul; lit. Kids These Days) is a South Korean variety show program on JTBC starring Yoo Jae-suk, Kim Shin-young, Ahn Jung-hwan, Haon and Kwanghee.[1][2][3]

The show airs starting from December 2, 2018. It is broadcast by JTBC on Sundays at 23:20 (KST)[1] and had ended on May 12, 2019.

Synopsis[edit]

The show welcomes the kids to personally create their videos and submit to the show starting from November 19, 2018.[4]

From episode 1 to 6, the 6 casts will split into three teams. Afterwards, all the team members will watch the selected 10 applicants' videos that kids personally created to review during the studio recording. Later on, each team will choose one kid team that they want to spend the day with and give them a call. The casts will meet the kids the week after the call.

Starting from episode 7 to 10, the grouping method changes and all the cast move in a group rather than splitting into 3 groups. In addition, the casts only watch 2 or 3 applicants' videos instead of the usual 10. From there, they will only choose 1 kid team instead of 3. They will also meet them right away after calling the chosen kids instead of meeting them the week after the call.

From episode 11 to 15, the casts will only watch 2 applicants' videos and vote. They will meet the chosen kid(s) a week later so that the kid(s) is/are prepared.

From episode 16, the production team will decide ahead of filming day on which kid(s) to visit.

Casts[edit]

Name Episodes
Han Hyun-min 1 – 6
Red Velvet's Seulgi
Yoo Jae-suk 1 – 22
Kim Shin-young
Ahn Jung-hwan
Haon
Kwanghee 10 – 22

Changes in Casts[edit]

On episode 7, the 4 MCs announced that Hyun-min and Seulgi had officially left the show.

On episode 9, it was announced that Kwanghee will officially be joining the remaining cast.[3]

Groups[edit]

Episode(s) Groups
A B C
Cast(s) Kid(s) Cast(s) Kid(s) Cast(s) Kid(s)
1 – 3 Haon
Ahn Jung-hwan
Y.N.D. club Kim Shin-young
Seulgi
Im Siblings Yoo Jae-suk
Han Hyun-min
Jang Joon-young
4 – 6 Kwon Oh-joon Yoo Jae-suk
Seulgi
Live Together Kim Shin-young
Han Hyun-min
Mimi School
Episode(s) Cast(s) Kid(s)
7 Haon
Ahn Jung-hwan
Kim Shin-young
Yoo Jae-suk
Moon Esther
8 Song Young-jin
9 Park Chan-hoo
10 Haon
Ahn Jung-hwan
Kim Shin-young
Yoo Jae-suk
Kwanghee
Seong Ho-seok, Lim Jong-wook & Ryu Min-woo
(Medical students of Seoul National University (SNU) College of Medicine)
11 Han Yoo-ran
12 Yang Jin-soo
13 Haon
Ahn Jung-hwan
Kim Shin-young
Yoo Jae-suk
Yun Hyun-bin & Yun Soo-bin
14 Haon
Ahn Jung-hwan
Kim Shin-young
Yoo Jae-suk
Kwanghee
Lee Sun-jin, Park Se-jin, Kim Jong-woo & Cho Chae-rin
(Korea National University of Arts, School of Dance students)
15 Ahn Baek-rin, Park Yeon & Jun Bum-sun
(Vegan)
16 Park Hong-sun
(Military Maniac)
Kim Min-chan
(Youngest Drone Racing Champion)
17 Haon
Ahn Jung-hwan
Kim Shin-young
Yoo Jae-suk
Hong San
(Funeral Portriat Photographer)
18 Haon
Ahn Jung-hwan
Kim Shin-young
Yoo Jae-suk
Kwanghee
Jung Gye-won
(International Memory Master)
19 Kim Yong-wan, Ahn Dae-hyun & Yoo Sung-young
20 Haon
Ahn Jung-hwan
Kim Shin-young
Yoo Jae-suk
Kim Min-ji, Kim Su-jin, Yang Tae-yi & Kim Hye-rin
(Korean National Female Curling Team)
21 Ahn Jung-hwan
Yoo Jae-suk
Kwanghee
Ni Ju, Jeon Woo-young, Yoon Ji-a, Lee Hye-rim, Lee Gi-hyun & Jeon Ho-young
(Vegetable Orchestra)
Lee Sol Bit Na, Kim Ye-ji, Kim Se-in, Kwon Hae-won & Kim Hyun-gi
(Circus)
22 Ahn Jung-hwan
Kim Shin-young
Yoo Jae-suk
Kwanghee
Cha Jun-hwan
(National Figure Skater)

Guests[edit]

Episode(s) Name Note(s)
8 Kwanghee [5]
9 Ahn Young-mi [6]
Jang Sung-kyu [ko] [7]
10 Kim Hye-yoon [8]
Chani (SF9)
13 Shin Bong-sun [9]
Nam Chang-hee [ko]
15 Moon Se-yoon [10]
17 Haha [11]
19 Jo-bin [ko] (Norazo) [12]
Jang Sung-kyu [ko] [13]
20 Yang Se-hyung [14]
Solbi
21 Lee Su-geun [15]
22 Yunho (TVXQ) [16]

Ratings[edit]

Season 1[edit]

List of ratings in 2018-2019 (Episodes 1–present)

  • Ratings listed below are the individual corner ratings of Cool Kids. (Note: Individual corner ratings do not include commercial time, which regular ratings include.)
  • In the ratings below, the highest rating for the show will be in red and the lowest rating for the show will be in blue each year.
Ep. # Original Airdate AGB Nielsen Ratings[17][18][19]
1 December 2, 2018 0.941%
2 December 9, 2018 1.117%
3 December 16, 2018 0.910%
4 December 23, 2018 1.462%
5 January 6, 2019[a] 1.515%
6 January 13, 2019 1.369%
7 January 20, 2019 1.646%
8 January 27, 2019 1.467%
9 February 10, 2019[b] 1.519%
10 February 17, 2019 2.296%
11 February 24, 2019 1.774%
12 March 3, 2019 0.921%
13 March 10, 2019 1.500%
14 March 17, 2019 0.954%
15 March 24, 2019 1.324%
16 March 31, 2019 0.838%
17 April 7, 2019 0.6%
18 April 14, 2019 1.253%
19 April 21, 2019 0.915%
20 April 28, 2019 1.011%
21 May 5, 2019 0.795%
22 May 12, 2019 1.099%

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The episode was pushed back a week due to the New Year special programme.
  2. ^ The episode was pushed back a week due to the Lunar New Year special programme.

References[edit]

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  2. ^ "'요즘애들' 유재석 "상황 안좋아, MC 감축…재미는 그대로"". www.xportsnews.com (in Korean). 2019-01-20. Retrieved 2019-01-28.
  3. ^ a b "[공식] 광희, '요즘애들' 합류 확정 "있는 모습 그대로 보여줄 것"". 스포츠조선. 2019-02-07. Retrieved 2019-02-07.
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  11. ^ ‘요즘애들’ 하하, 영정사진 촬영에 절규 “날 잘못 잡았다”. inews24 (in Korean). Retrieved 2019-04-08.
  12. ^ "'요즘애들' 노라조 조빈, 존재감은 기본 유재석-안정환과 환상 케미". sports.mk.co.kr (in Korean). Retrieved 2019-04-27.
  13. ^ "'요즘애들' 장성규, 프리 선언→JTBC서 구직 활동 KBS·MBC·SBS 섭외 부탁". mydaily.co.kr (in Korean). 2019-04-21. Retrieved 2019-04-27.
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  19. ^ "요즘애들 – Daum 검색". 다음검색 (in Korean). Retrieved 2018-12-23.

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