Gag Concert

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Gag Concert
개그콘서트 로고.png
Genre Sketch Comedy
Written by Lee Sangdeok, Baek Seongun, Kim Jiseon, Choi Seonghye, Nam Hyejin, Lee Mirim, Yoon Giyeong, An Areum, Kim Miha, Jo Eul
Directed by Lee Jae Hyun
Starring See below
Theme music composer Lee Taeseon Band
Opening theme One in A Million - Pet Shop Boys
Ending theme Part Time Lover - Stevie Wonder
Country of origin South Korea
Original language(s) Korean
No. of seasons 5
No. of episodes 899 (with a special) (as of May 2017)
Production
Location(s) South Korea
Camera setup Multicamera setup
Running time Approx. 80 minutes per episode
Release
Original network KBS 2TV, KBS World TV
Picture format NTSC, ATSC, ISDB
Audio format Stereo
Original release September 4, 1999 – Present
External links
Website www.kbs.co.kr/2tv/enter/gagcon/

Gag Concert (Korean: 개그콘서트) is a Korean sketch-comedy TV show on KBS 2TV network. It began airing in September 1999 and is the oldest of South Korea current comedy programs. It competes with SBS's Smile People (웃음을 찾는 사람들) and tvN's Comedy Big League (코미디빅리그). The show is recorded on Wednesdays and airs on KBS 2TV on Sundays at 9:15 PM.[1] The show airs again with English subtitles after two weeks on KBS World TV on Saturdays at 6:00 PM.[2]

History[edit]

Seasons[edit]

  • Season 1 (September 1999 – October 2000)
  • Season 2 (October 2000 – January 2003)
  • Season 3 (January 2003 – March 2004)
  • Season 4 (March 2004 – April 2008)
  • Season 5 (April 2008 – present)

※ As of 11 June 2017

  • Kim
  1. Kwak Beom
  2. Kim Kiyeol
  3. Kim Nina
  4. Kim Byeongseon
  5. Kim Minkyeong
  6. Kim Janggun
  7. Kim Hoekyeong
  • Park, S
  1. Park Jinho
  2. Ryu Geunil
  3. Park Soyeong
  4. Park SoRa
  5. Park Yeongjin
  6. Seo Taehun
  7. Song Yeonggil
  8. Song Wangho
  9. Shim Mungyu
  10. Song Jaein
  11. Song JunKeun
  • A, O, Y, L, I
  1. An Somi
  2. O Nami
  3. Yang Seonil
  4. Yu Minsang
  5. Lee Sanghun
  6. Lee Sejin
  7. Lee Suji
  8. Lee Hyeonjeong
  9. Im Jaebaek
  10. Im Seonguk
  11. Im Uil
  • J
  1. Jang Kiyeong
  2. Jang Yunseok
  3. Jeong Myeonghun
  4. Jeong Jaehyeong
  5. Jeong Haecheol
  6. Jo Jinse
  7. Hong Seonghyeon
  8. Hong Hyeonho
  9. Hong Hwon

Comedians and their Classes[edit]

* Source is the Gag Concert Production Website.

1st class (1982)

2nd class (1984)

  • Kim Mihwa

7th class (1991)

10th class (1994)

  • Jang Ung
  • Ji Suk Jin
  • Song Eun Yi
  • Jo Hye Ryun

12th class (1995)

13th class (1997)

  • Park Seongho
  • Park Junhyeong (Married to Kim Jihye)
  • Im Hyeokpil

14th class (1999)

  • Kim Daehui
  • Kim Junho
  • Kim Jihye (Married to Park Junhyeong)
  • Kim Yeongcheol

15th class (2000)

  • Jeong Jongcheol
  • Jo Suwon

16th class (2001)

  • Kim Inseok
  • Kim Kisu
  • Kim Sideok
  • Yun Seungho
  • Lee Jaehun
  • Eom Taegyeong
  • Jeong Myeonghun
  • Choi Huiseon
  • Heo Seungjae

17th class (2002)

18th class (2003)

  • Kang Juhui
  • Kim Jincheol
  • Ryu Dam
  • Seo Namyong
  • Oh Jiheon
  • Jang Donghyeok

19th class (2004)

20th class (2005)

  • Kim Jaewook
  • Noh Ujin
  • Park Hwisun
  • Byeon Kisu
  • Byeon Seungyun
  • Shin Goeun
  • Shin Bongseon
  • Yu Minsang
  • Yun Hyeongbin (Married to Jeong Gyeongmi)
  • Lee Dongyun
  • Lee Sanggu
  • Lee Jonghun
  • Jeong Gyeongmi (Married to Yun Hyeongbin)
  • Jo Jihun

21st class (2006)

  • Kwon Jaekwan (Married to Kim Gyeonga)
  • Kim Gyeonga (Married to Kwon Jaekwan)
  • Kim Kiyeol
  • Kim Jimin
  • Park Narae
  • Song Byeongcheol
  • An Ilgwon
  • Lee Sangmin
  • Lee Sangho
  • Han Mingwan
  • Hong Sunmok

22nd class (2007)

  • Kim Junhyeon
  • Kim Jiho
  • Park Seongkwang
  • Park Yeongjin
  • Park Jiseon
  • Song Jungeun
  • Yang Sangguk
  • Yang Seonil
  • Lee Wongu
  • Lee Gwangseop
  • Jang Doyeon
  • Jang Hyoin
  • Jeong Beomgyun
  • Jo Yunho
  • Choi Hyojong
  • Heo Gyeonghwan

23rd class (2008)

  • Kim Daeseong
  • Kim Minkyeong
  • Kim Huiwon
  • Ryu Jeongnam
  • Park Soyeong
  • Oh Nami
  • Jeong Taeho
  • Heo Min

24th class (2009)

  • Kim Seongwon
  • Ryu Geunji
  • An Somi
  • Heo Anna

25th class (2010)

  • Kwon Mijin
  • Kim Kiri
  • Kim Yeonghui
  • Kim Janggun
  • Song Yeonggil
  • Shin Bora
  • Shin Jongryeong
  • Lee Sungdong
  • Lee Huigyeong
  • Jang Kiyeong
  • Jeong Eunseon
  • Jeong Jimin

26th class (2011)

  • Kim Suyeong
  • Kim Taewon
  • Kim Hyeseon
  • Kim Jeonghun
  • Park Sora
  • Seo Taehun
  • Lee Munjae
  • Lee Sanghun
  • Im Uil
  • Jeong Seunghwan
  • Jeong Jinyeong
  • Jeong Haecheol
  • Hong Nayeong

27th class (2012)

  • Kwak Beom
  • Kim Hoekyeong
  • Namgung Gyeongho
  • Park Eunyeong
  • Song Pilgeun
  • Yu Inseok
  • Lee Suji
  • Lee Chan
  • Jeong Changmin

28th class (2013)

  • Kim Nahui
  • Bok Hyeongyu
  • Jo Suyeon
  • Hong Yeseul
  • Hwang Shinyeong
  • Yun Hanmin
  • Kim Byeongseon

29th class (2014)

  • Kim Nina
  • Kim Seunghye
  • Park Bomi
  • Lee Sangeun
  • Lee Sejin
  • Lee Hyeonjeong
  • Im Jonghyeok
  • Choi Jaewon

30th class (2015)

  • Kim Minhui
  • Kim Wonhun
  • Shim Mungyu
  • Song Jaein
  • Lee Changyun
  • Jang Hana
  • Jo Chunghyeon
  • Hong Seonghyeon

31st class (2016)

  • Bang Juho
  • Bae Jeonggeun
  • Park Jinho
  • Son Byeoli
  • Lee Seunghwan
  • Im Seonguk
  • Jo Raehun
  • Jo Jinse
  • Choi Huiryeong
  • Hwang Jeonghye

Comedians’ Agencies[edit]

  1. Kim Junho (CEO)
  2. Kim Daehui
  3. Kwon Jaekwan
  4. Kim Kyunga
  5. Kim Minkyeong
  6. Kim Seongwon
  7. Kim Yeonghui
  8. Kim Wonhyo
  9. Kim Janggun
  10. Kim Junhyeon
  11. Kim Jimin
  12. Kim Hyeonjeong
  13. Ryu Geunil
  14. Park Narae
  15. Park Soyeong
  16. Park Jiseon
  17. Bok Hyeongyu
  18. Shin Goeun
  19. An Yunsang
  20. Yang Sangguk
  21. Yu Minsang
  22. Lee Gwangseop
  23. Lee Kukju
  24. Lee Seyeong
  25. Lee Suji
  26. Lee Huigyeong
  27. Im Hyeokpil
  28. Jang Kiyeong
  29. Jang Doyeon
  30. Jang Yunhui
  31. Jeong Myeonghun
  32. Jeong Jimin
  33. Jeong Chanmin
  34. Jo Seunghui
  35. Jo Yunho
  36. Choi Seoin
  37. Han Yunseo
  38. Heo Min
  39. Hong Yunhwa
  40. Hong Ingyu
  41. Hong Hwon
  42. Hwang Shinyeong
  1. Eom Taegyeong
  2. Noh Ujin
  3. Shin Yunseung
  4. Park Eunyeong
  1. Lee Seungyun
  2. Kwon Mijin
  3. Choi Hyojong
  4. Jo Jihun
  5. Hong Sunmok
  6. Lee Wongu
  1. Kim Daeseong
  2. Kim Nahee
  3. Kim Taewon
  4. Song Byeongcheol
  5. Jeong Taeho
  6. Lee Hyeonjeong
  1. An Ilgwon
  1. Lee Chan
  2. Lee Dongyun
  3. Lee Sangho
  4. Lee Sangmin
  5. Lee Seongdong
  6. Kim Hoekyeong
  7. Kim Hyeseon
  8. Jeong Haecheol
  9. Jeong Jinyeong
  10. Jeong Seunghwan
  11. Song Pilgeun
  12. Song Jungeun
  13. Oh Nami
  14. An Somi
  15. Im Uil
  1. Kim Seunghye
  1. Lee Gyeonggyu
  2. Lee Hwijae
  3. Park Kyunglim
  4. Jang Dongmin
  5. Yu Seyun
  6. Yu Sangmu
  7. Kim Suk
  8. Boom
  9. Shin Bongseon
  10. Jung Juri
  11. Kim Inseok
  12. Heo Anna
  13. Hong Yeseul
  14. Ryu Jeongnam
  1. Lee Sanggu
  2. Lee Sanghun
  3. Lee Jonghun
  4. Lee Munjae
  5. Kim Kiyeol
  6. Song Yeonggil
  7. Seo Namyong
  1. Shin Bora
  1. Kim Kiri
  2. Heo Gyeonghwan
  1. Kang Hodong
  2. Kim Byungman
  3. Shin Dongyup
  4. Lee Sugeun
  5. Ryu Dam
  6. Jang Donghyeok
  1. Lee Huigyeong
  2. Yang Sangguk
  3. Kim Suyeong
  1. Park Seongkwang
  1. Kim Wonhyo
  1. Kim Daehui (CEO)
  2. Kim Minkyeong
  3. Kim Janggun
  4. Kim Junhyeon
  5. Kim Jimin
  6. Kim Jiho
  7. Kim Kyunga
  8. Kwon Jaekwan
  9. Park Narae
  10. Park Soyeong
  11. Park Seongho (28th class)
  12. Yu Minsang
  13. Lee Sejin
  14. Jang Kiyeong
  15. Jeong Jimin
  16. Jeong Myeonghun
  17. Jo Yunho
  18. Jo Seunghui
  19. Heo Min
  20. Hong Hwon
  21. Hong Ingyu
  22. Hwang Shinyeong
  23. Ryu Geunil
  24. Bok Hyeongyu
  1. Kim Huiwon
  2. Kim Juho
  3. Kim Shinyeong
  4. Kim Yeonghui
  5. Nam Changhui
  6. Nam Huiseok
  7. Park Sora
  8. Lee Suji
  9. Lee Jinho
  10. Lee Yongjin
  11. Jo Seho
  12. Yang Baecha
  13. Yang Sechan
  1. Park Jiseon

Current Skits[edit]

Ordered by ascending date according to the first airing time on the original channel "KBS 2TV".

  • The Most Sensitive People (2016.9.4 ~ Present)

(Korean: 세젤예 (세상에서 제일 예민한 사람들), Starring: Yu Minsang, Song Jungeun, Lee Suji, Im Uil | Previous appearances: Song Wangho, Kim Seunghye)
Waiter Yu Minsang and his encounters with various overly-sensitive patrons. On 28 May 2017, Kim Jong-min appeared as a guest for the Gag Concert 900th Episode Special (Part 1)[4]. On 28 May 2017, rapper DinDin and singer-actress Solbi appeared on the skit as guests for the Gag Concert 900th Episode Special (Part 3)[5].

  • Angry Bosses (2016.12.4 ~ Present)

(Korean: 불상사, Starring: Park Yeongjin, Jeong Seunghwan → Park Soyeong, Song Wangho, Im Jaebaek, Im Seonguk)
About the newbie's first day at work where he meets his dysfunctional bosses. On 21 May 2017, actor Namgoong Min appeared as a guest for the Gag Concert 900th Episode Special (Part 2), acting as his character in KBS drama Good Manager by popular demand[6].

  • Acting Idols (2017.1.8 ~ Present)

(Korean: 연기돌, Starring: Oh Nami, Kim Daeseong → Seo Taehun, Lee Suji, Im Seonguk, Kim Hoekyeong, Lee Sejin)
An audition for a drama takes place and it attracts unique actors and actresses. On 21 May 2017, actor Kim Eung-soo appeared as a guest for the Gag Concert 900th Episode Special (Part 2)[6].

  • Spear and Shield (2017.2.12 ~ Present)

(Korean: 창과 방패, Starring: Lee Sanghun, Jang Yunseok, Kim Byeongseon)
Two salespersons compete to sell their conflicting products, making the passengers on the metro react to them. But when it's down to the last person - who has both products on - his reaction is a peculiar one. On 21 May 2017, rhythmic gymnast Shin Soo-ji appeared as a guest for the Gag Concert 900th Episode Special (Part 2)[6]. On 28 May 2017, idol Jeon So-mi appeared on the skit as guests for the Gag Concert 900th Episode Special (Part 3)[7].

  • Idiot Robot (2017.3.5 ~ Present)

(Korean: 봇말려, Starring: Park Jinho, Hong Hyeonho, An Somi, Seo Taehun, Hwang Jeonghye)
When your mail-order robots go wrong. On 21 May 2017, idols Momo and Dahyun from Twice appeared on the skit as guests for the Gag Concert 900th Episode Special (Part 2)[6]. On 28 May 2017, rapper Jang Woo-hyuk appeared on the skit as guests for the Gag Concert 900th Episode Special (Part 3)[8].

  • Say Anything Festival (2017.3.26 ~ Present)

(Korean: 아무말 대잔치, Starring: Jang Kiyeong, Park Yeongjin, Hong Hwon, Shin Jongryeong, Song Junseok)
The contest that allows you to say anything. Contestants usually say the opposite of what one would expect them to say based on the context.

  • Quiet! (2017.4.16 ~ Present)

(Korean: 조용!필, Starring: Im Jonghyeok, Jang Yunseok, Choi Jaewon, Shim Mungyu, Song Jaein)
Two university freshmen find it difficult to celebrate their settling in while sharing the room with a senior studying for his exams.

  • Who's Recording? (2017.4.23 ~ Present)

(Korean: 누가 녹음, Starring: Kwak Beom, Jeong Haecheol, Jo Jinse)
Singer Kwak Bum is recording his new song, but something's not right when they check the recording.

[9]

  • Super Fatty-man (2017.6.4 ~ Present)

(Korean: 힘을 내요! 슈퍼 뚱맨, Starring: Yu Minsang, Song Jungeun, Jang Hana, Bang Juho, Jo Jinse, Lee Hyeonjeong)
Super Fatty-man Yu Minsang is the protagonist who will take out the villain Song Jungeun. But Yu Minsang becomes the villain instead when things don't go his way.

  • Battle Captious (2017.6.4 ~ Present)

(Korean: 배틀 트집, Starring: Kim Kiyeol, Yang Seonil, Song Jungeun, Lee Sanghun, Ryu Geunil, Song Wangho, Jeong Haecheol, Park Sora)
Kim Kiyeol becomes the accused scapegoat when their national team loses a sports match.

  • Myeonghun, Myeonghun, Myeonghun (2017.6.4 ~ Present)

(Korean: 명훈아 명훈아 명훈아, Starring: Jeong Myeonghun, Kim Minkyeong, Oh Nami, Lee Hyeonjeong)
Three glamorous ladies try to enchant Jeong Myeonghun.

  • Quiz Cafe (2017.6.4 ~ Present)

(Korean: 퀴즈카페, Starring: Yu Minsang, Seo Taehun, Park Sora)
Yu Minsang tries to win prize money by answering impossible questions.

  • Don't Cross that River (2017.6.4 ~ Present)

(Korean: 님아 그 강을 건너지 마오, Starring: Kim Janggun, Lee Seongdong, Jeong Jaehyeong, Kim Nina)
Lee Seongdong is finally released from prison when he comes across a minimart, owned by a gullible elderly couple who do things to tempt him.

  • 볼빨간 회춘기 (2017.6.11 ~ Present)

(Korean: 볼빨간 회춘기, Starring: Yu Minsang, Song Yeonggil, Yang Seonil, Kim Hoekyeong, Shim Mungyu, Hong Seonghyeon)

  • 일당BACK (2017.6.18 ~ Present)

(Korean: 일당BACK, Starring: Song Yeonggil, Kim Kiyeol, Jeong Seunghwan)

Previous Skits[edit]

※ Alphabetical order. The dates are according to the airing time on the original channel "KBS 2TV".[10]

  • "ㆍㆍㆍㆍㆍㆍ" (2013.5.26 ~ 2013.10.13)

(Korean: "... ...", pronounced 점점점 점점점 (jeomjeomjeom jeomjeomjeom); Starring: Namgung Gyeongho, Kim Huiwon, Song Pilgeun, Yu Minsang)
Featuring the awkwardness between a father and his daughter's boyfriend (future son-in-law).

  • 1 vs. 1 (2016.2.7 ~ 2017.5.7)

(Korean: 1대1; Starring: Yu Minsang, Jeong Yunho, Jeong Haecheol, Lee Sejin, Kim Taewon, Seo Taehun → Lee Changho | Previous Appearances: Kim Seongwon, Kim Wonhun, Lee Sanghun)
Parody of KBS quiz show 1 vs 100. The unique contestants frustrate the show host Yu Minsang.

  • 10 Second Theatre (2004.8.22 ~ 2004.8.29)

(Korean: 10초 극장; Starring: Hwang Hyeonhui, Kim Daebeom)

  • 10 Years Later (2014.10.5 ~ 2015.3.22)

(Korean: 10년 후; Starring: Heo Anna, Jeong Yunho, Oh Gihwan, Kim Hyeongi, Kwon Jaekwan | Semi-fixed cast: Jo Seunghui, Kim Jiho | Previous Appearances: Im Uil)
A loan shark tries to bully the proprietress of a small business into paying back a loan, after turning up at her store every day for ten years, he becomes part of her and her son's lives. On 21 December 2014, Lee Ain appeared as a guest for Christmas special. On 22 February 2015, Kim Minseok and Kim Gunmo appeared as guests. On 8 March 2015, Im Uil, the security guard from Stubborn skit, who used to work under Kwon Jaekwan appeared in the corner.

  • 301 302 (2015.11.01 ~ 2016.3.20)

(Korean: 301 302; Starring: Kim Minkyeong, Jeong Seunghwan, Jeong Jimin)
Two neighbours who think about each other and is pulled together by their landlord.

  • A Bitter Life (2009.3.22 ~ 2010.3.21)

(Korean: 씁쓸한 인생; Starring: Kim Junho → Kim Daehui, Yu Sangmoo → Kim Junhyeon, Lee Sangho, Lee Sangmin, Lee Seungyun)
The title is based off the Korean film A Bittersweet Life; the skit is about a boss who suffers from his subordinates. This skit tied in with Kim Junho's 2009 gambling scandal, which cost him his television appearances and he had to lie low for a year. In Gag Concert's 700th episode special, Lee Munjae took over Yu Sangmu's role, and Kim Yeongcheol appeared as a special guest along with The Yellow Sea's scammers. On 28 May 2017, the skit returned for the Gag Concert 900th Episode Special (Part 1)[4].

  • Attractive Comedy (2002.11.17 ~ 2003.5.10)

(Korean: 유치개그; Starring: Jeong Hyeongdon, Kim Jihye, Kim Kisu, Kim Daehui)

  • A Fairy Tale for Adults (2014.3.30 ~ 2014.5.25)

(Korean: 어른들을 위한 동화; Starring: Kim Kyunga, Lee Dongyun, Heo Min, Jeong Beomgyun, Lee Sangho)
Retelling of Korean fairy tales to a modern adult audience.

  • Abnormal Prison (2014.9.28 ~ 2014.10.12)

(Korean: 비정상 교도소; Starring: Im Jaebaek, Song Wangho, Kim Jeonghun, Seo Taehun, Kim Jiho, Lee Wongu, Kim Seongwon)
ِA portrayal of what convicts do in their hour of free time.

  • Affectionate Man's Rights Committee (2009.9.20 ~ 2010.9.5)

(Korean: 남성인권보장위원회; Starring: Hwang Hyeonhui, Choi Hyojong, Park Seongho)

  • Amen to That (2002.3.3 ~ 2003.3.30)

(Korean: 그렇습니다; Starring: Park Junhyeong, Im Hyeokpil)

  • Angels (2013.9.8 ~ 2013.10.27)

(Korean: 엔젤스; Starring: Jang Yuhwan, Kim Jincheol, Lee Hyeseok, Eom Taegyeong, Kim Jongeun, Kim Minkyeong, An Somi, Hong Yeseul)
Funny portrayal of South Korea's idol fan culture.

  • Animal Kingdom (2003.8.3 - 2003.8.10)

(Korean: 동물의 왕국; Starring: Park Junhyeong, Oh Jiheon, Jeong Jongcheol, Jo Suwon)

  • Appendix of the Joseon Dynasty (2007.12.2 ~ 2008.9.7)

(Korean: 조선왕조부록; Starring: Park Jisun, Kim Junhyeon, Yang Seonil, Jo Yunho)

  • Are You Afraid? (2012.5.13 ~ 2012.10.21)

(Korean: 무섭지 아니한가(家); Starring: Oh Nami, Heo Anna, Song Yeonggil, Seo Namyong, Kim Huiwon)

  • Atomic Pride (2014.11.23 ~ 2015.10.24)

(Korean: 핵존심; Starring: Kim Kiyeol, Lee Sanghun, Kim Huiwon, Jeong Haecheol, An Somi, Seo Taehun, Jeong Myeonghun | Previous Appearances: Yang Seonil, Jang Kiyeong, Hong Hwon, Choi Jaewon)
About men's pride which women hate. On 15 March 2015, models Oh Mingi and Jo Seongyeon appeared on the skit[11]. On 24 May 2015, cheerleaders Geum Boa and Kim Yeonjeong appeared in the skit[12]. On 31 May 2015, Super Junior's Choi Siwon appeared in the skit[13]. On 20 September 2015, CNBLUE[14] along with the magician and actor Choi Hyeonwoo appeared as guests for Chuseok special[15].

  • A-YO (2004.9.5 ~ 2004.10.17)

(Korean: A-YO; Starring: Oh Jiheon, Chae Gyeongseon, Kim Jincheol)

  • Back in the Day (2011.2.11 ~ 2011.10.2)

(Korean: 그땐 그랬지; Starring: Lee Sangho, Lee Sangmin, Kim Jaewook, Jo Yunho, Kim Minkyeong, An Somi)
About grandparents who tell their granddaughter stories to explain how life was different back in their days.

  • Bad Guys (2016.5.15 ~ 2016.6.12)

(Korean: 나쁜녀석들, Starring: Yu Minsang, Song Yeonggil, Jeong Seunghwan, Park Hwisun, An Somi | Previous appearances: Yang Sangguk, Kim Nahui)
Gangsters trying to show off how bad they are. On 12 June 2016, Yang Jeongwon appeared on the skit as a guest[16].

  • Bad Mothers (2015.3.22 ~ 2015.7.26)

(Korean: 불량엄마; Starring: Jeong Jaehyeong → Kim Kiyeol, Heo Anna, Yu Inseok, Kim Yeonghui, Lee Hyeonjeong, Lee Sejin)
About three crazy mothers who are summoned to school because of their sons. Kim Kiyeol is the school counselor. Heo Anna, Yungi's mother, is a web broadcast host, BJ Heovely Mom, on 12 April 2015 the character was changed to be Kim Kiyeol's crazy crush from the past. Kim Yeonghui, Sangeun's mother, is an actress with Yu Inseok as her manager. Lee Hyeonjeong, Hyeoncheol's mother, is an inmate who is taking this opportunity to run away. On 26 July 2015, the actress Ye Ji-won appeared to promote her play[17].

  • Badump Badump (2013.6.16 ~ 2014.7.20)

(Korean: 두근두근; Starring: Lee Munjae, Jang Hyoin, Park Soyeong)
Romantic corner about friends who are secretly in love, with the signature song The Cranberries's Ode to My Family whenever either one of them slips up regarding his/her feelings toward the other, before playing/shrugging it off in an attempt to appear nonchalant. The corner starts with SECRET's YooHoo.

  • BalleriNO (2011.1.16 ~ 2011.8.7)

(Korean: 발레리NO; Starring: Jeong Taeho, Park Seongkwang, Lee Seungyun, Yang Seonil)

  • Bayside Shakedown (2004.9.19 ~ 2005.3)

(Korean: 춤추는 대수사선; Starring: Park Seongho, Kim Daebeom, An Sangtae, Hwang Hyeonhui)
Based on the Japanese police drama/comedy series of the same name.

  • BB Channel (2009.8.11)

(Korean: BB 채널; Starring: An Sangtae, Park Yeongjin, Park Seongkwang, Jang Doyeon)

  • BBOOM Entertainment (2013.7.7 ~ 2014.5.25)

(Korean: 뿜 엔터테인먼트; Starring: Kim Wonhyo, Kim Jimin, Kim Minkyeong, Shin Bora, Yu Inseok → Jang Yunseok, Park Eunyeong, Kim Hyeseon, Kim Junho)
Portraying in a sarcastic manner, the daily life of an entertainment company, its stressed and annoyed CEO, and their troublesome talents afflicted by the so-called "celebrity disease".

  • Be Mine (2017.4.9)

(Korean: 내꺼하자, Starring: Kim Kiyeol, Park Sora, Yang Seonil, Kwak Beom)
An investigation officer couple arrives at the victim's home to inspect for clues, but in reality they were checking out the house when they heard it's for sale.

  • Beastly Idols (2010.7.25 ~ 2010.11.21)

(Korean: 짐승들; Starring: Lee Seungyun, Lee Sangmin, Lee Sangho, Heo Gyeonghwan)
Musical comedy; singing popular songs and showing physical strength as dance moves. A play on the term Beastly Idols (짐승돌) that is usually associated with 2PM.

  • Beatbox (2003.1.19 ~ 2003.3.30)

(Korean: 비트박스; Starring: Park Junhyeong, Jeong Jongcheol, Kim Sideok, Kim Kisu)

  • Beautiful Flowers (2004.9.19 ~ 2005.2.13)

(Korean: 꽃보다 아름다워; Starring: Jeong Jongcheol, Jeong Hyeongdon, Oh Jiheon, Kim Sideok)

  • Beautiful Imprisonment (2015.6.21 ~ 2015.9.6)

(Korean: 아름다운 구속; Starring: Seo Taehun, Kim Daeseong, Kim Hoekyeong, Ryu Geunji, Song Jungeun)
About a detective who've trying to capture a criminal since a long time but they give off a romantic vibe as if it's a love story included "love triangle". On 26.July.2015, Song Jungeun joined the skit as the Chief and has been acting like "in-laws".

  • Beaver Brothers (2001.9 ~ 2003.7.13)

(Korean: 갈갈이 삼형제; Starring: Park Junhyeong, Jeong Jongcheol, Lee Seunghwan)

  • Belly Button Stealer (2014.3.2 ~ 2014.3.16)

(Korean: 배꼽도둑; Starring: Kim Kiri, Lee Munjae, Lee Chan, Kwak Beom, Yun Hanmin, Park Yeongjin)
About a comedian who doesn't want to come back on "Gag Concert" being persuaded by his former colleagues, and even though he claims he has forgotten how to do comedy, he still has the comedic touch.

  • Best Friends (2012.7.29 ~ 2012.10.14)

(Korean: 친한친구; Starring: Park Seongkwang, Kim Daeseong, Lee Dongyun, Jeong Haecheol)

  • Big Dipper God Fist or Hokuto Shin Ken (2006.4.2 ~ 2006.7.9)

(Korean: 북두신권; Starring: Kim Daebeom, Kim Kiyeol, Shin Bongsun, Park Narae, Park Seongho)

  • Black and White (2003.11.16 ~ 2004.1.18)

(Korean: 흑과백; Starring: Jeong Myeonghun, Seo Jiyeong, Choi Huiseon, Jang Ung)

  • Black Snake (2015.10.18 ~ 2015.11.29)

(Korean: 블랙 스네이크; Starring: Song Byeongcheol, Seo Namyong, Lee Sanghun, Lee Sangeun)
On stage and in front of their fans, Black Snake is a devil worshipping death metal band. However, when backstage and in private the band members are quiet and unassuming, being deeply conflicted about the act they have to put on.

  • Block and Kick (2015.6.28 ~ 2015.8.2)

(Korean: 막고 차고; Starring: Jeong Beomgyun, Kim Jiho, Jeong Taeho)
Lessons about defense by Block (Jeong Taeho) and Kick (Kim Jiho).

  • Bongsunga School (2001.1.13 ~ 2011.7.3)

(Korean: 봉숭아 학당; Starring: See 봉숭아 학당)
A skit about a school full of unique and vibrant characters. On 21 May 2017, the skit returned for the Gag Concert 900th Episode Special (Part 2)[6].

  • Boys Over Flowers (2009.2.15 ~ 2009.4.12)

(Korean: 꽃보다남자; Starring: Noh Ujin, Park Hwisoon, Heo Gyeonghwan, Park Jisun, Han Mingwan, Oh Nami)
Parody of the famous Korean drama of the same name. Guest-stars some of the actual actors from the drama.

  • Brave Guys (2012.2.12 ~ 2013.2.10)

(Korean: 용감한 녀석들; Starring: Yang Seonil, Jeong Taeho, Shin Bora, Park Seongkwang, Park Eunyeong)
Musical comedy. Brave Guys became famous and well known in 2012; they recorded many songs and the skit took 2012's Top Excellence Award for idea.

  • Can't Take It Back (2016.7.10 ~ 2017.2.12)

(Korean: 빼박캔트, Starring: Kim Janggun, Park Sora, Kim Seunghye)
A man who has to stay extremely focused because of his girlfriend's trap questions and unforeseeable reactions.

  • Captain Hwang (2005.10.16)

(Korean: 황대장; Starring: Hwang Hyeonhui, Yu Minsang, Yun Hyeongbin)

  • Castle Gamsu (2011.3.4 ~ 2012.9.16)

(Korean: 감수성; Starring: Kim Junho, Kim Daehui, Kwon Jaekwan, Lee Dongyun, Kim Yeongmin, Kim Jeonghun, Kim Jiho)
In the fortress of this kingdom, there consists generals who accidentally hurt the feelings of each others' sensitive hearts. On 28 May 2017, the skit returned for the Gag Concert 900th Episode Special (Part 1)[4].

  • Catchphrase Makers (2015.11.01 ~ 2016.4.24)

(Korean: 유행어를 전파하는 자 or 유전자; Starring: Park Seongkwang, Ryu Geunji, Jang Yuhwan, Park Bomi, Yang Seonil | Previous Appearances: Lee Sanghun, Kim Huiwon)
A group of comedians who apologise for not making good catchphrases and blatantly pull out catchphrases from their head.

  • Chicken High School (2014.6.29 ~ 2015.7.19)

(Korean: 닭치高; Starring: Song Jungeun, Lee Sangho, Lee Sangmin, Im Uil, Kim Junho, Kim Jaewook | Previous Appearances: An Somi, Kim Minkyeong)
Playful comedy corner about forgetful chickens who attend the Half marinated, half fried class in Chicken High School. On 7 September 2014, actor Cha Tae-hyun appeared as a guest for the Chuseok special[18]. On 28 December 2014, Defconn and Kim Jong-min appeared as guests[19]for the new year special. On 18 January 2015, actor Yeo Jin-goo appeared as a guest[20].

  • Chungmuro (2003.7.13 ~ 2004.4)

(Korean: 충무로; Starring: Lee Jeongsu, Kim Byungman, Jo Suwon, Eom Taegyeong)

  • Comedians' World (2014.12.7 ~ 2015.6.21)

(Korean: 이.개.세 (이 개그맨들이 사는 세상); Starring: Jeong Beomgyun, Ryu Geunji, Park Sora, Song Yeonggil, Kim Minkyeong, Kim Jaewook, Heo Min, Kim Hoekyeong)
Three skits within a skit, with the same material performed first by attractive comedians, then by ambiguous comedians who try very hard to be funny, and finally by big comedians. On 17 May 2015, Kim Junho appeared in the skit.

  • Comedy Idols (2015.8.2 ~ 2016.2.7)

(Korean: 호불호; Starring: Lee Wongu, Choi Hyojong, Hong Hwon)
Gagmen try to persuade very specific types of people to join their fan club. On 20 September 2015, singer Kang Minkyeong of Davichi[21], actor Choi Phillip[22] and restaurateur Hong Seokcheon appeared as guests for Chuseok special[22].

  • Composers of Sinsa-dong (2014.3.2 ~ 2014.3.16)

(Korean: 신사동 노랭이; Starring: Lee Sanghun, Kim Seongwon, Song Jungeun, Lee Jonghun, Song Pilgeun)
Musical comedy with three song composers who wear yellow. The skit's title is transliterated as "Yellow Songwriters of Shinsa-dong" which is a parody of producer and songwriter Lee Hoyang (Shinsadong Tiger 신사동호랭이).

  • Concubines ; The War of the Roses (2013.12.8 ~ 2014.6.22)

(Korean: 후궁뎐 ; 꽃들의 전쟁; Starring: Lee Sanghun, Jang Hyoin, Kim Kyunga, Kim Nahee, Oh Nami, Jeong Jimin, Lee Yerim, Jo Seunghui)
Stories of concubines and their way of getting the king's attention. The skit is a loose parody of JTBC's Cruel Palace - War of Flowers.

  • Conditions of a Gangster (2013.2.17 ~ 2013.3.24)

(Korean: 건달의 조건; Starring: Kim Jaewook, Yang Seonil, Jeong Chanmin, Kwak Beom, Hong Sunmok)

  • Confusing News (2016.11.20 ~ 2017.5.7)

(Korean: 핵갈린 늬우스, Starring: Jang Kiyeong, Son Byeoli, Lee Changho, Shim Mungyu, Lee Sangeun, Lee Hyeonjeong)
A satirical skit about how the news is reported in North Korea as opposed to the South Korean side.

  • Cooking Goya (2016.1.17 ~ 2016.3.6)

(Korean: 요리하는 고야; Starring: An Sangtae, Jung Seunghwan)

An Sangtae's comeback after five years of not appearing on Gag Concert.

  • Crazy Love (2014.11.9 ~ 2015.5.31)

(Korean: 크레이지 러브; Starring: Seo Taehun, Park Seongkwang, Park Jisun, Kim Nahee | Previous Appearance: Kim Wonhyo)
About a crazy couple with Paul Anka's Crazy Love as the signature song.

  • Crying Fist (2005.2.20 ~ 2005.11.13)

(Korean: 주먹이운다; Starring: Kim Byungman, Jeong Myeonghun)

  • Daddy's Little Girl (2013.7.14 ~ 2013.12.8)

(Korean: 딸바보; Starring: Lee Seungyun, Kim Daeseong, Kim Hyeseon, Lee Jonghun)
A father who is too over-protective and lavishing upon his "beautiful angelic" daughter.

  • Daehak-ro Romance (2014.1.26 ~ 2014.6.29)

(Korean: 대학로 로맨스; Starring: Seo Taehun, Heo Anna, Yu Inseok → Jeong Seunghwan)
A story of a performer in a Daehak-ro theater who broke up with her boyfriend and he is trying to get back to her.

  • Dallas (2014.7.6 ~ 2014.7.20)

(Korean: 달라스; Starring KBS 29th Class Comedians (2014): Park Bomi, Kim Nina, Kim Seunghye, Choi Jaewon, Jeong Seungbin, Song Junseok, Lee Hyeonjeong, Im Jonghyeok, Hong Hyeonho, Lee Sangeun, Yun Seunghyeon, Jeong Jaehyeong)
Remake of 'Differently' from 'The Gag Concert You've Never Seen Before' 2013's Chuseok Special. The skit is about inner thoughts at different situations.

  • Dance Chatter (2013.6.16 ~ 2014.3.16)

(Korean: 댄수다; Starring: Im Uil, Kim Jaewook, Heo Min, Song Jungeun, Lee Sangho, Hwang Shinyeong, An Somi)
A tango couple and a modern dance couple have conversations during their performance and demonstrates it through their dance.

  • Dating Skills Test (2014.6.1 ~ 2014.11.23)

(Korean: 연애능력평가; Starring: Jang Yuhwan, Jeong Beomgyun, Shin Jongryeong, Park Seongho)
Lessons about dating; Cheongdam Monkey Teacher (Jeong Beomgyun) solves dating problems, Tweezer Teacher (Shin Jongnyeong) plucks out funny facts, and Daechi Cleoparktra Teacher (Park Seongho) solves numerical problems.

  • Deaf Police (2013.10.20 ~ 2013.12.1)

(Korean: 귀막힌 경찰서; Starring: Song Wangho, Byeon Seungyun, Song Jungeun, Kim Jiho, Yang Sangguk, Park Yeongjin, Park Seongkwang)
About incompetent policemen who don't do their work properly.

  • Deep in The Jungle (2012.6.10 ~ 2012.6.24)

(Korean: 징글 정글; Starring: Yu Minsang, Lee Dongyun, Kim Hyeseon, Ryu Geunji, Song Byeongcheol, Kim Daehui, An Ilgwon)

  • Delicious Korean (2013.8.4 ~ 2013.9.1)

(Korean: 맛있는 한국어; Starring: Jeong Beomgyun, Song Jungeun, Sam Ochwiri, John, Saldor)

  • Descendants of Pyongyang (2016.6.19 ~ 2016.8.14)

(Korean: 평양의 후예, Starring: Kwon Jaekwan, Lee Changyun, Im Jonghyuk, Song Jungeun, Lee Changho)
North Korean spies start to get too cozy pretending to be South Korean citizens. On 17 July 2016, KBS announcer Jeong Jiwon appeared on the skit as a guest.

  • Despicable Train (2016.8.21 ~ 2016.12.4)

(Korean: 비호행, Starring: Song Yeonggil, Choi Jaewon, Park Sora, Jang Hana, Kim Hyeongi, Jang Yunseok, Lee Sangeun, Jeong Jaehyeong)
Parody of the Korean zombie apocalypse thriller movie Train to Busan. Similar to the movie, the survivors need to head to the front carriage of the train, but the only way to get past the zombies is to say things to make the zombies feel mad inside.

  • Details Kim (2011.10.4)

(Korean: 디테일 김; Starring: Kim Inseok, Lee Jaehun, Seo Taehun, Hong Gyeongjun)

  • Detective Song (2016.7.17 ~ Present)

(Korean: 명탐정 송길동, Starring: Song Yeonggil, Jeong Seunghwan, Jeong Jinyeong, Lee Seongdong, Im Jaebaek | Previous Appearances: Park Eunyeong, Kim Nina, Song Jaein, Kwak Beom)
Song Yeonggil plays "Song-lock" Sherlock and Jeong Seunghwan plays "Wat-seung" Watson to solve a murder, but are the two truly the famous detective duo?

  • Did You See That Last Night? (2015.11.08 ~ 2015.12.27)

(Korean: 어.그.봤 or 어제 그거 봤어?; Starring: Choi Hyojong, Kim Jeonghun)

  • Dignity of a Beggar (2012.9.2 ~ 2013.6.2)

(Korean: 거지의 품격; Starring: Kim Jimin, Heo Gyeonghwan, Kim Yeonghui)
A lady who is always being bothered by a handsome "flowery" beggar wherever she goes and is always ripping her off of ₩500 (the price of "curiosity"), and doing unsanitary things in front of her, and another beggar enamored towards the handsome "flowery" beggar while accusing the lady of being a gold-digger (original context: flower snake 꽃뱀).

  • Discoveries in Life (2011.4.17 ~ 2013.6.2)

(Korean: 생활의 발견; Starring: Song Jungeun, Shin Bora, Kim Kiri, Kim Junhyeon)
About a couple who break up in a serious but funny way.

  • Disgrace of a Family (2002.3.11 ~ 2002.11.24)

(Korean: 가문의 망신; Starring: Kang Seongbeom, Kim Suk, Lee Taesik , Lee Byeongjin, Moon Seyun, Heo Seungjae)

  • DJ Byeon (2009.3.1 ~ 2010.3.21)

(Korean: DJ변; Starring: Byeon Kisu, Jeong Beomgyun → Lee Gwangseop, Kim Junhyeon | Previous Appearances: Kwak Hangu)

  • Do Re Mi Trio (2002.10.20 ~ 2004.4.4)

(Korean: 도레미 트리오; Starring: Jeong Hyeongdon, Kim Inseok, Lee Jaehun)
Musical comedy.

  • Do Re Mi Trio 2 (2004.6.27 ~ 2004.9.26)

(Korean: 도레미 트리오2; Starring: Jeong Hyeongdon, Kim Inseok, Yu Sangmoo)
Musical comedy.

  • Do Your Job! (2014.12.21)

(Korean: 일당뛰어; Starring: Kwak Beom, Oh Gihwan, Namgung Gyeongho, Shin Yunseung, Lee Changho)

  • Doctor Fish (2008.3.2 ~ 2008.9.21)

(Korean: 닥터피쉬; Starring: Yu Seyun, Lee Jonghun, Yang Sangguk, Song Byeongcheol)
A skit about a rock band and their number 1 fan. On 21 May 2017, the skit returned for the Gag Concert 900th Episode Special (Part 2)[6].

  • Don't Give In (2013.3.10 ~ 2013.8.25)

(Korean: 버티고; Starring: Kim Jiho, Heo Anna, Lee Seongdong, Ryu Jeongnam, Kim Janggun, Kwon Jaekwan, Kim Hyeongi, Kim Junho)
Remake of 'Don't Give In' from 'The Gag Concert You've Never Seen Before' 2013's Seollal (Korean New Year) Special. Three hopefuls wanting to land a role in a movie who have to endure being subjected to actress Heo Anna's physical hits.

  • Double Debate (2010.6.20 ~ 2011.10.16)

(Korean: 두분 토론; Starring: Kim Kiyeol, Park Yeongjin, Kim Yeonghui)

  • Drunken (2014.3.16 ~ 2014.11.2)

(Korean: 취해서 온 그대; Starring: Seo Taehun, Shin Yunseung, Kim Daeseong, Lee Huigyeong, Lee Jonghun, Lee Seungyun | Previous Appearances: Hong Yeseul, Kim Hyeseon)
About a bartender who goes through a lot of trouble when crazy customers start showing up at his bar. A play on You Who Came from the Stars, as evidenced by Kim Hyeseon's character who acts like Cheon Songyi. On 7 September 2014, actress Kim Sumi appeared as a guest for Chuseok special. On 14 September 2014, Let It Be members were customers at the bar.

  • Dry Cleaning (2009.12.27 ~ 2010.6.27)

(Korean: 드라이 클리닝; Starring: Hong Ingyu, Yun Hyeongbin, Lee Jonghun, Kim Jiho, Jeong Gyungmi → An Somi)
Musical Comedy.

  • Dumb & Dumber Show (2014.6.22 ~ 2014.9.14)

(Korean: 덤앤더머 쇼 or 덤 앤 더머 Show; Starring: Kim Seongwon, Song Byeongcheol, Lee Sangho, Lee Sangmin)
Unique and unparalleled mime show featuring the twins working in unison to put on a slapstick performance; Kim Seongwon does the sounds and voices while the twins act them out. Song Byeongcheol is the translator. The corner starts with Willy Wonka's Welcome Song from the movie Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.

  • Eagle Five (2004.11.21 ~ 2005.1.23)

(Korean: 이글파이브; Starring: Park Junhyeong, Hong Gyeongjun, Yu Sangmu, Byeon Kisu, Heo Donghwan)

  • Emergency Meeting (2011.8.14 ~ 2012.6.17)

(Korean: 비상대책위원회; Starring: Kim Wonhyo, Song Byeongcheol, Kim Junhyeon, Kim Junho, Kim Daeseong) A bomb is about to go off but none of the officials seem cooperative.

  • Emergency Meeting (2016.4.3)

(Korean: 회의자들, Starring: An Sangtae, Kim Kiyeol, Kim Nahui, Jang Kiyeong, Lee Wongu, Lee Changho)
A quirky meeting between the boss and his employees as their company goes bankrupt. Not to be confused with skit of the same English title that aired in 2011-2012.

  • Expert Housewife (2012.11.25)

(Korean: 주부 9단; Starring: Choi Hyojong, Hong Sunmok, Seong Hyeonju)

  • Explosive Situation (2016.1.31 ~ 2016.3.20)

(Korean: 일촉즉발; Starring: Yang Sangguk, Jang Kiyeong, Kim Kiyeol, Jeong Haecheol, Yang Seonil)
About the sensitive interactions between soldiers from North Korea, South Korea, and the United Nations at the Korean Demilitarized Zone. Yang Sangguk's comeback after one and a half years[23] of not appearing on Gag Concert.

  • Fairy Tale Beats (2016.12.25 ~ 2017.1.15)

(Korean: 비트는 동화, Starring: Lee Sangeun, Lee Sanghun, Kwak Beom, Kim Hyeongi, Lee Sejin, Choi Huiryeong)
Fairy tales told in a rap mixtape. The skit involves musical and lyrical parody of various Korean hip-hop songs by Korean rappers like Bobby, iKON and BewhY.

  • Family's Love (2005.8.7 ~ 2006.3.5)

(Korean: 사랑의 가족; Starring: Park Junhyeong, Jeong Jongcheol, Oh Jiheon)

  • Fashion 7080 (2006.6.4 ~ 2009.4.3)

(Korean: 패션 7080; Starring: Park Junhyeong, Oh Jiheon, Park Hwisoon, Hong Gyeongjun, Yun Hyeongbin, Song Byeongcheol)

  • Fashion No. 5 (2011.10.16 ~ 2012.1.8)

(Korean: 패션 NO.5; Starring: Jang Doyeon, Heo Anna, Park Narae, Jeong Eunseon, Park Sora)

  • Father and Son (2012.4.29 ~ 2013.4.7)

(Korean: 아빠와 아들; Starring: Yu Minsang, Kim Suyeong)
About an overweight father and son who think alike when it comes to food.

  • Fools in Space (2015.4.19 ~ 2015.12.20)

(Korean: 우주 라이크; Starring: Park Yeongjin, Song Byeongcheol, Jeong Seunghwan, Song Yeonggil, Jeong Jaehyeong | Previous Appearances: Kim Nahee, Park Jisun)
About stupid astronauts in space and their dreams of eating food like normal people. On 17 May 2015, Kim Nahee joined the skit. On 7.June.2015, Park Jisun joined the skit.

  • Forever Alone (2013.9.15 ~ 2014.5.25)

(Korean: 안 생겨요; Starring: Song Yeonggil, Yu Minsang)
About two still single and alone guys who failed to get a girlfriend in their past 15 → 16 years. Song Yeonggil got married on the 8th of June 2014, two weeks after the broadcast of the final episode of the skit.

  • Final Weapon Her (2011.9.18 ~ 2012.1.29)

(Korean: 최종병기 그녀; Starring: Lee Seongdong, Kim Huiwon, Kim Hyeseon, Kim Taewon)

  • First Timers (2015.1.18 ~ 2015.4.5)

(Korean: 서툰 사람들; Starring: Yu Inseok, Kim Wonhyo, Song Jungeun, Hong Sunmok, Jang Hyoin)
About nervous employees running a business for the first time who keep mixing up the customer's orders and getting them wrong. Yu Inseok as first timer waiter. Kim Wonhyo as a first timer chef. Song Jungeun as a first timer of owning a restaurant. Hong Sunmok as a first timer manager. Jang Hyoin as the customer.

  • Flash Shopping (2004.9.26 ~ 2005.6.26)

(Korean: 깜빡 홈쇼핑; Starring: Kim Jincheol, An Sangtae, Kang Juhui)

  • Four Great Emperors (2004.6.27 ~ 2004.10.31)

(Korean: 사대천왕; Starring: Hwang Seunghwan, Kim Byungman, Ryu Dam, Jo Suwon, Lee Sugeun, Lee Kyungu)

  • Four Men (2012.1.15 ~ 2013.6.30)

(Korean: 네가지; Starring: Kim Kiyeol, Yang Sangguk, Heo Gyeonghwan, Kim Junhyeon, Lee Wongu)
Problems faced by four → five (types of) men that the world (women in general) looks down upon, and their counter-arguments: unpopular men, country bumpkins, short men, fat men, and bald men.

  • Four People, Four Colours (2003.11.16 ~ 2004.6.27)

(Korean: 4인4색; Starring: Eom Taegyeong, Kim Kisu, Kim Sangtae, Oh Jiheon, Choi Huiseon)

  • Full House (2011.12.4 ~ 2012.6.10)

(Korean: 풀하우스; Starring: Jeong Gyeongmi, Yu Minsang, Heo Min, Kim Kyunga, Kim Minkyeong, Kim Suyeong, Lee Sangho, Lee Sangmin, Lee Seungyun, Jeong Seunghwan)
About a family living in a house which is barely smaller than an average room, ergo, "Full House".

  • Fussy Mr. Byeon (2007.3.18 ~ 2007.12.30)

(Korean: 까다로운 변선생; Starring: Byeon Kisu, Song Byeongcheol, Kim Kiyeol, Lee Jonghun, Kwon Jaekwan, Park Junhyeong, Byeon Seungyun)

  • GagConcert Star KBS (2010.6.13 ~ 2011.11.27)

(Korean: 슈퍼스타 KBS; Starring: Lee Gwangseop, Shin Bora, Heo Anna, An Yunsang, Kim Jaewook, Lee Sangho, Lee Sangmin)
Musical comedy.

  • Gag Jockey Commandos (2004.2.1 ~ 2004.6.6)

(Korean: 개그J특공대; Starring: Park Junhyeong, Jo Seho, Lee Sugeun, Kang Juhui)
A parody of KBS's VJs on the Scene (ko).

  • Gag Power (2004.1.25 ~ 2004.11.7)

(Korean: 개그 대국; Starring: Park Seongho, Yun Seokju, Heo Donghwan, Jang Donghyeok)

  • Gag Warrior 300 (2007.4.8 ~ 2007.7.1)

(Korean: 개그전사 300; Starring: Yun Seongho, 22nd Class | Previous Appearances: Jung Myunghun, Kim Daehui, Kim Junho, Lee Sugeun, Kim Byungman)
Showcase of the 22nd class comedians, also a parody of the movie 300.

  • Gatecrashers (2003.12.21 ~ 2004.3.25)

(Korean: 불청객; Starring: Lee Sugeun, Kim Byungman, Jo Suwon, Ryu Dam)

  • General (2005.10.23 ~ 2005.12.25)

(Korean: 장군, Starring: Kim Sideok, Kim Byeongman, Lee Sugeun)
A kingdom loves to celebrate their great general, Kim Byeongman. On 28 May 2017, the skit returned for the Gag Concert 900th Episode Special (Part 3)[8].

  • Genome Project (2016.6.19 ~ 2016.8.7)

(Korean: 게놈 프로젝트, Starring: Park Sora, Jo Suyeon, Park Eunyeong, Jang Hana, Kim Minhui | Previous Appearances: An Somi, Oh Nami)
It has been 100 years since the extinction of men, and Park Sora leads a team of researchers to find out more about men and their habits.

  • Geojedo (2013.2.3 ~ 2013.6.16)

(Korean: 거제도; Starring: Shin Bora, Jeong Taeho, Kim Minkyeong, Kim Hoekyeong)

  • Get Up (2015.11.29 ~ 2016.1.31)

(Korean: 일어나; Starring: Lee Chan, Lee Sejin, Kim Byeongseon, Ryu Geunil, Lee Changho, Lee Hyeonjeong, Kim Kiri, Kim Huiwon, Kim Seongwon, Kim Nahui)

  • Girls in the Army (2013.9.29 ~ 2013.10.20)

(Korean: 군대온 걸; Starring: Kim Kyunga, Jeong Myeonghun, Heo Anna, Hong Nayeong, Park Seongho)
Remake of 'Girls in the Army' from 'The Gag Concert You've Never Seen Before' 2013's Chuseok Special. In the year 2157, women are now mandated by law to serve in the Korean military, and the skit portrays the funny side of female conscription.

  • Go Home (2017.1.8 ~ 2017.3.26)

(Korean: 돌아가, Starring: Lee Sanghun, Jeong Yunho, Jeong Seungbin, Yun Seunghyeon)
Lee Sanghun acts like a big boss alongside two of his lackeys and beat people up outside, but invites them home for them to find out their boss is complete opposite from a charismatic boss.

  • Go Jo Show (2014.1.19 ~ 2014.3.16)

(Korean: 고조쇼; Starring: Park Seongho, Jeong Beomgyun, Jeong Haecheol, Park Jisun)
A skit interviewing Grandpa Go Jo (parody of the old-style sentence ender 고조), a very old yet still fit man who has lived way back since the 1894 Donghak Peasant Revolution. His friend entrance is followed by the signature song You Are My Destiny. Grandma Nae Rae (내래), parody of the old-style self-reference, is in some relationship with Grandpa Go Jo (an ambiguous relationship where one is not a couple "officially" yet acts like a couple).

  • Go Stop (2012.12.23)

(Korean: 고! 스톱?; Starring: Kim Kiyeol, Jo Yunho, Hong Hwon, Kim Jeonghun, Im Uil)

  • God of Hip Hop (2014.8.24 ~ 2015.1.18)

(Korean: 힙합의 신 (쇼 미더 뭐니?!); Starring: Kim Suyeong, Kim Nina, An Somi, Lee Sangeun, Kim Hoekyeong, Kim Kiri, Park Bomi, Lee Sejin, Kim Huiwon, Kim Seongwon | Previous Appearances: Seo Namyong (Yang Grimy), Yun Seunghyeon (Missed Swings), Lee Changho (Buddhistablo), Park Eunyeong, Ryu Geunil, Jeong Jaehyeong, Kwak Beom, Hong Yeseul)
Musical parody of Mnet's reality program Show Me the Money in a show named Show Me the What? (Show Me The 뭐니?) hosted by Hamburger Patty (Kim Suyeong).

  • Good Morning Korean (2011.1.30 ~ 2011.9.18)

(Korean: 굿모닝 한글; Starring: Lee Huigyeong, Lee Jonghun, Kim Seongwon, Song Jungeun, Matthew Sleight)

  • Goose Bumps (2013.7.28 ~ 2013.9.29)

(Korean: 소름; Starring: Lee Chan, Seo Taehun, Song Jungeun, Jang Yuhwan, Kim Junhyeon)
Horror stories that will give you chills in the middle of summer.

  • Grandma's Angry Horns (2008.9.28 ~ 2009.9.6)

(Korean: 할매가 뿔났다; Starring: Yu Seyun, Yu Sangmoo, Jang Dongmin)
Yu Seyun is a playful kid who makes the elders around him work. On 21 May 2017, the skit returned for the Gag Concert 900th Episode Special (Part 2) with Song Yeonggil instead of Yu Sangmu[24].

  • Great Legacy (2011.11.20 ~ 2012.4.22)

(Korean: 위대한 유산; Starring: Hwang Hyeonhui, Kim Daeseong, Kim Huiwon, An Somi)

  • Guardian Angel (2017.4.2 ~ 2017.5.7)

(Korean: 수호천사, Starring: Hong Hyeonho, Jung Seungbin)
Reading from a comic book, Hong Hyeonho wished for a guardian angel. But his guardian angel is not what he expected to be.

  • Gym Girl (2011.7.10 ~ 2011.11.27)

(Korean: 헬스걸; Starring: Lee Seungyun, Lee Huigyeong, Kwon Mijin, Lee Jonghun)

  • Handsome CSI (2011.3.20 ~ 2011.8.7)

(Korean: 꽃미남 수사대; Starring: Lee Gwangseop, Kim Daeseong, Ryu Geunji, Kim Wonhyo, Park Seongho)
Fashionista policemen are on their way to catch a criminal.

  • Health Boy (2007.7.22 ~ 2007.10.14)

(Korean: 헬스보이; Starring: Lee Sangmin, Lee Seungyun, Lee Sangho)
A fitness project done between the 3 comedians.

  • Help Me! (2014.4.13 ~ 2015.1.4)

(Korean: 선배, 선배!; Starring: Lee Suji, Jo Suyeon, Jeong Myeonghun, Ryu Geunji, Kim Janggun, Park Seongho, Lee Wongu)
About a student from Gag Concert University who has a crush on her senior and try to seek advice from an unconcerned friend. On 28 December 2014, EXID appeared as guests for the New Year's special[25].

  • HER (2015.11.08 ~ 2016.5.1)

(Korean: 허ㄹ or 헐; Starring: Seo Taehun, Park Sora, Oh Nami, Kim Nahui, Lee Suji | Previous appearances: Kim Nina)
Seo Taehun's peculiar stories about his past loves.

  • Here Comes the Groom (2016.12.18 ~ 2016.1.22)

(Korean: 신랑 입장, Starring: Song Byeongcheol, Kwon Jaekwan, Song Jungeun, Yang Seonil)
Some married men meet up to relate to each other's troubles in marriage.

  • Hidden Masters (2014.1.5 ~ 2014.11.9)

(Korean: 깐죽거리 잔혹사; Starring: Lee Dongyun, Heo Min, Ryu Jeongnam, An Ilgwon, Jo Yunho, Lee Seongdong, Lee Changho)
About a father and daughter who refuse to pay business protection money and use martial arts to evict the bad guys. A play on the movie Once Upon a Time in High School, whose original transliterated title is Maljukgeori Street's Cruel History. On 7 September 2014, DJ DOC's Kim Changryeol appeared as a guest for Chuseok special. On 2 November 2014, Taekwondo Demonstration Team appeared as special guests. On 9 November 2014, four vocalists (Kim Gyeonghun, Jo Wonil, Kim Yeongjae, Jeon Yeongju) appeared as special guests.

  • Hidden Plagiarism (2014.3.9 ~ 2014.4.13)

(Korean: 숨은 표절찾기; Starring: Jeong Jimin, Park Eunyeong, Lee Sanghun → Song Jungeun, Kwon Jaekwan, Lee Chan, Kim Byeongseon)
Meeting between drama production staff (Drama department) and Gag Concert staff (Variety Show department) to discuss phrases and actions plagiarized from Gag Concert and used in drama.

  • High Pitch Impossible (2006.1.29 ~ 2006.7.9)

(Korean: 고음 불가; Starring: Ryu Dam, Lee Sugeun, Byeon Kisu)
Musical comedy.

  • High Speed Camera (2009.9.13 ~ 2010.1.17)

(Korean: 초고속 카메라; Starring: Yu Sangmoo → Lee Gwangseop, Yu Minsang, Byeon Seungyun)
Portrays scenarios that shows more than meets the eye in slow motion.

  • Honest Home Shopping (2016.5.1 ~ 2016.5.8)

(Korean: 솔까홈쇼핑, Starring: Heo Min, Yu Minsang, Kwak Beom, Kim Nahui, Jo Chunghyeon)
A home shopping channel that sells their products with utmost honesty.

  • Horror Special (2016.5.8 ~ 2016.8.7)

(Korean: 남량특집, Starring: Kim Seunghye, Hong Hyeonho, Lee Hyeonjeong, Seo Taehun)
A man and his reluctant girlfriend seek shelter for the night. However, "scary" matters start to unfold, scaring the man in various ways.

  • Hot Issue (2015.4.19 ~ 2015.5.10)

(Korean: 핫이슈; Starring: Jeong Beomgyun, Kim Jaewook, Yang Seonil, Song Jungeun)
Reporters from Ctrl + c, Ctrl + v agency fishing for some breaking news that could be the headline even if they had to make up the news themselves.

  • I Bet My Life (2007.6.17 ~ 2008.3.9)

(Korean: 내 인생에 작업걸었네; Starring: Kim Wonhyo, Lee Gwangseop → Jeong Myeonghun, Kwak Hangu → Yang Sangguk)

  • I Respect You (2014.5.25 ~ 2014.6.22)

(Korean: 존경합니다; Starring: Seo Taehun, Kim Junhyeon, Song Byeongcheol, Park Jisun)
About a congressman who decided to join the presidential election and has to deal with ignorant assistants who do not respect him, and a crazy wife, Yu Hyera (Park Jisun), who is a drama maniac.

  • I'm a Father (2013.4.7 ~ 2013.6.16)

(Korean: 나는 아빠다; Starring: Park Seongho, Hong Ingyu, Song Jungeun, Kim Daehui)
The difficulties a modern father faces being the family's breadwinner with young children.

  • I'm a Killer (2015.2.15 ~ 2015.11.1)

(Korean: 나는 킬러다; Starring: Yu Minsang, Song Byeongcheol, Kim Jimin, Song Wangho, Namgung Gyeongho, Kwak Beom, Shin Yunseung | Previous Appearance: Bok Hyeongyu)
About 7 killers who always fail in their mission. On 12 April 2015, EXID's Hani appeared as the 7th killer[26]. On 19 April 2015, Jin Se-yeon appeared as a policewoman[27]. On 26 April 2015, AOA appeared as the 7th killer.[28] On 20 September 2015, actor Park Sung-woong appeared as a guest for Chuseok special[22].

  • I'm So Sad (2014.11.2 ~ 2015.3.1)

(Korean: 속상해; Starring: Kim Jiho, Kim Minkyeong, Song Byeongcheol, Jeong Taeho)
Jeong Taeho, who plays Sukja, Kim Jiho's aunt, tries to seduce her nephew's tutor, Song Byeongcheol.

  • I'm the King (2015.1.11 ~ 2015.3.29)

(Korean: 왕입니다요; Starring: Lee Munjae, Lee Sanghun, Jeong Seunghwan, Kim Seunghye, Park Sora | Previous Appearances: Bok Hyeonkyu, Song Junseok)
A corner featuring scenes from Joseon dynasty, a king and his people.

  • I'm the Only Guy (2014.8.17 ~ 2014.12.28)

(Korean: 나 혼자 남자다; Starring: Park Seongkwang, Heo Anna, Seong Hyeonju, Kim Nina, An Ilgwon, Jeong Seunghwan)
About a new employee, the only straight male, in a company whose workforce is predominantly women, and who finds the company culture bizarre. A satire on male dominated workplaces in which women have to put up with macho, blokish "just be one of the lads" work cultures. On 28 December 2014, actress Cho Yeo-jeong appeared as a guest for the New Year's special.

  • If I was Tall or I Wish I Were Taller (2007.6.24 ~ 2008.2.24)

(Korean: 키컸으면; Starring: Lee Sugeun, Jeong Myeonghun, Jang Doyeon)
The two short comedians talk about their struggles with a catchy song. On 28 May 2017, the skit returned for the Gag Concert 900th Episode Special (Part 3) and EXID's Hani, Junghwa, LE, and Hyelin appeared as guests for the skit[29].

  • Interview (2006.1.8 ~ 2006.8.20)

(Korean: 인터뷰; Starring: Park Junhyeong, Jeong Jongcheol, Park Seongho, Sam Hammington | Previous Appearance: Oh Jiheon, Byeon Seungyun)

  • In Pursuit (2017.1.22 ~ 2017.2.19)

(Korean: 땀복근무, Starring: Song Yeonggil, Lee Seongdong, Jang Kiyeong, Song Junseok, Heo Min, Park Sora, Kim Jeonghun)
Song Yeonggil is a criminal being chased by policemen for his wrongdoings, literally on treadmills.

  • In Your Dreams (2013.12.15 ~ 2014.3.30)

(Korean: 놀고있네; Starring: Yu Inseok, Kim Hyeongi)
Unemployed friends who use their imagination to portray their dreams.

  • Investigative Report 60 Minutes (2013.6.30 ~ 2013.7.21)

(Korean: KBS 스페셜 그것이 알고싶은 추적 60분 수첩; Starring: Kim Daehui, Hwang Hyeonhui, Im Jaehun, Jeong Yunho, Jeong Jimin, Namgung Gyeongho, Song Pilgeun)

  • Is This For Real? (2017.1.29 ~ 2017.3.5)

(Korean: 이거 실화냐?, Starring: Kim Kiyeol, Park Soyeong, Park Sora, Yang Seonil, Lee Wongu)
Kim Kiyeol discusses about stuff people do that he simply cannot understand.

  • Jaebaek (2015.8.30 ~ 2015.9.14)

(Korean: 재백아; Starring: Im Jaebaek, Lee Sejin, Lee Changho)
About gangsters who want to make a living through honest labor.

  • Jang Star Entertainment (2016.8.14 ~ 2016.11.6)

(Korean: 장스타 ent., Starring: Jang Kiyeong, Song Jaein, Kwak Beom, Namgung Gyeongho, Lee Sejin, Kim Taewon)
"Jang Star" Jang Kiyeong runs an entertainment agency with his quirky idols and trainers.

  • Jinx (2016.8.28 ~ 2016.9.18)

(Korean: 징크스, Starring: Lee Sanghun, Oh Gihwan, Lee Munjae, Lee Changho | Previous Appearances: Song Junseok)
About some extremely passionate national athletes who attempt to eliminate the chance of a jinxed game later on.

  • Jjanjjan Theatre (2003.1.6 ~ 2004.5.30)

(Korean: 짠짠극장; Starring: Heo Seungjae, Jeong Myeonghun, Kim Yeongsam, Choi Huiseon)

  • Just a Movie (2016.5.29 ~ 2016.6.5)

(Korean: 영화는 영화다, Starring: Kim Seongwon, Im Uil, Kim Taewon, Lee Sangeun, Kim Minhui, Song Jaein, Jo Chunghyeon)
Actors have several problems settling into their role during the filming of a movie.

  • Just Relax (2013.8.4 ~ 2014.5.25)

(Korean: 편하게 있어; Starring: Kim Junhyeon, Song Byeongcheol, Lee Jonghun, Lee Suji)
Portraying the relationship between the boss and his employee outside of work.

  • Just the Two of Us (2016.12.25)

(Korean: 둘이서도 잘해요, Starring: Jang Yunseok, Kim Byeongseon, Lee Suji)
Two guy friends end up drinking by themselves after their other friends did not turn up, so they play drinking games by themselves, bitterly.

  • K-JOB Star (2012.2.12 ~ 2012.2.19)

(Korean: K-JOB 스타; Starring: An Ilgwon, Park Seongho, Park Jisun, Im Uil, Kim Kiyeol, Lee Seongdong, Lee Jonghun, Song Jungeun)

  • Kim Sideok's Voice Talk Show (2003.10.26 ~ 2004.1.18)

(Korean: 김시덕의 보이스 토크; Starring: Kim Sideok, Choi Guk)
Kim Sideok appears as the host of the show interviews many celebrities, portrayed by Choi Guk. Choi Guk dresses as celebrities and instead of his actual voice, it would be voice recordings of the actual celebrity he was acting as.

  • Kind Souls (2006.10.1 ~ 2007.6.10)

(Korean: 착한녀석들; Starring: Yu Seyun, Oh Jiheon, Lee Jonghun)
Introduces a trio who deliver their dialogue in a glib sly manner, before ending with an innocent twist.

  • King of Inventions (2005.11.20 ~ 2006.1.1)

(Korean: 발명왕; Starring: Kim Byungman, Hwang Hyeonhui)

  • Knew This Would Happen (2016.5.8 ~ 2016.12.25)

(Korean: 이럴줄알고, Starring: Park Yeongjin, Song Jungeun, Yang Seonil, Song Byeongcheol, Jang Kiyeong)
Two rivals know each other inside out, creating hilarious twists and turns in the skit because they "knew it would happen". On 5 June 2016, Lee Sangmin of Roo'ra appeared on the skit as a guest[30]. On 12 June 2016, UFC fighter Kim Donghyeon and UFC octagon girl Kim Hana appeared on the skit as guests. On 19 June 2016, couple Im Yohwan and Kim Gayeon appeared on the skit as guests. On 26 June 2016, Lee Sugeun returned to the show as a special guest on the skit[31]. On 3 July 2016, girl group DIA's Chaeyeon and Huihyeon appeared on the skit as guests. On 10 July 2016, national marathoner Lee Bongju appeared on the skit as a guest. On 17 July 2016, cheerleader Park Kiryang appeared on the skit as a guest[32].

  • Korea, Be Happy! (2013.3.10 ~ 2013.5.12)

(Korean: 우행쇼; Starring: Im Jaehun, Hong Hwon, Park Yeongjin)

  • Korea's Most Proud in History and Legendary Handsome Comedian Jeong Myeonghun is Coming so Stand Aside, Bow, Chant Hurray, Start the Music, Bob Your Shoulders, Start Humming, Start Dancing, Offer Up Your Entire Fortune and Do a Big Bow, But Not Twice, Raise Your Hand if You Heard All That, Keep Them Up and Wave Good-bye (2016.12.18 ~ 2017.6.4)

(Korean:  건국 이래  최고로 자랑스런 대한민국 전설의 미남 개그맨 정명훈 나가신다 길을 비키고 머리를 조아리고 만세를 외치고 풍악을 울려 어깨춤을 추고 콧노래를 부르며 스텝을 밟고 전 재산을 바치고 큰 절을 하여라 하지만 두번은 안 된다~ 들은 사람 손! 내리지 말고 흔드세요~안녕~, Starring: Jeong Myeonghun, Jeong Seunghwan, Song Yeonggil, Kim Jeonghun)
16-year comedian Jeong Myeonghun is expected to outshine the two other less-experienced comedians for a funny reaction to a situation, since he is so experienced. The skit title changes every episode to add on a few words each time. On 2 April 2017, Cosmic Girls appeared on the skit as guests[33].

  • Large Love (2016.6.19 ~ 2017.5.14)

(Korean: 사랑이 LARGE, Starring: Kim Minkyeong, Yu Minsang, Im Uil, Song Byeongcheol → Kim Hoekyeong)
To this couple, what could be more important than food, even when they are facing a break-up? On 7 August 2016, actor Shim Hyeongtak appeared on the skit as a guest[34].

  • Last Health Boy (2015.2.1 ~ 2015.5.24)

(Korean: 라스트 헬스보이; Starring: Lee Seungyun, Bok Hyeongyu, Kim Suyeong, Lee Jonghun, Lee Changho)
The goal of this skit "project" is to help Kim Suyeong lose weight and reach a two digit weight by losing 70 kg, and to help Lee Changho gain weight and bulk up to 70 kg. If this project fails, Lee Seungyun will quit Gag Concert for a month. On 29 Mar 2015, model Lee Yeon appeared at the end of the skit[35]. On 5 April 2015, trainer Jung Areum appeared. On 26 April 2015, Kwon Mijin who was in Health Girl skit appeared. On 3 May 2015, Lee Jonghun brought his friend to the skit.

  • Late Love (2013.12.22 ~ 2014.9.28)

(Korean: 끝사랑; Starring: Kwon Jaekwan, Park Sora, Jeong Taeho, Kim Yeonghui)
Romance of middle-aged couple. Their signature song is Tae Jinah's 태진아#대표 앨범 (ko). On 7 September 2014, Tae Jinah appeared as a guest for Chuseok special[36].

  • Leave Her Alone (2009.5.10 ~ 2010.5.23)

(Korean: 그냥 내비둬; Starring: Lee Sugeun, Jang Donghyeok, Song Byeongcheol, Kim Minkyeong)
About two men watching a lovey-dovey couple from afar, making comments about them. On 28 May 2017, the skit returned for the Gag Concert 900th Episode Special (Part 3)[8].

  • Legends of Legends (2013.7.14 ~ 2014.1.12)

(Korean: 전설의 레전드; Starring: Seo Taehun, Lee Dongyun, Shin Bora → Kim Nahee, Lee Sangho, Lee Sangmin, Kim Daeseong, Yu Minsang | Previous Appearance: Kim Taewon)
Musical comedy about school life filled with various colourful characters. The skit starts with A Pink's No No No.

  • Let It Be (2014.6.1 ~ 2015.6.28)

(Korean: 렛잇비; Starring: Song Pilgeun, Park Eunyeong, Lee Dongyun, Noh Ujin)
Musical comedy; office workers sing about work and their concerns to the tune of The Beatles' Let It Be. On 7 September 2014, real workers who have to work hard throughout the national holidays appeared as guests for the Chuseok special; Yu Changseon (a fireman who talked about poor drives and prank calls), Kang Hyejin (nurse), Lee Hyeonu (unemployed guy who hunts for jobs), and Jeon Jeongok (housewife, Park Eunyeong's mother).

  • Let's Study (2003.1.19 ~ 2003.9)

(Korean: 공부합시다; Starring: Kim Inseok, Kim Youngsam)

  • Life Symphony (2007.5.27)

(Korean: 생활교향곡; Starring: Lee Sugeun, Jeong Myeonghun, Kim Byungman, Hong Sunmok, Han Mingwan)

  • Like a Family (2016.2.7 ~ 2016.11.27)

(Korean: 가족같은; Starring: Kim Junho, Park Jiseon, Park Hwisun, Kim Daeseong, Lee Hyeonjeong, Lee Suji, Park Soyeong | Previous Appearances: Song Jungeun)
A noisy family and their noisy daily life. On 24 April 2016, fitness model Ray Yang appeared on the skit as a guest[37]. On 1 May 2016, idols Tzuyu, Nayeon, and Jeongyeon from Twice appeared on the skit as guests[38].

  • Lobbyist (2013.8.25 ~ 2014.1.5)

(Korean: 로비스트; Starring: Ryu Geunil, Jeong Seunghwan, Park Jisun, Kim Minkyeong, Kwon Jaekwan, Kim Seongwon)
When all else fails in negotiations, the world's greatest lobbyists are in the unlikely forms of two middle-aged ahjummas who are good in persuasion at all costs.

  • Look Again (2016.10.30 ~ 2016.1.1)

(Korean: 다시보기, Starring: Jeong Haecheol, Kwak Beom, Song Wangho, Im Jaebaek, Kim Nina, Lee Sangeun, Park Soyeong, Lee Wongu, Jeong Yunho, Lee Hyeonjeong, Lee Changho)
Same subject, different perspectives. A skit about hearing what different people think or say about the same thing.

  • Loud Singing (2017.2.26 ~ 2017.5.28)

(Korean: 고성방가, Starring: Jang Donghyeok, Lee Hyeonjeong, Im Jonghyeok)
A skit about a noisy family with a father who is brusque, mother who always feels deceived, and son who has no interest in studying. Comedian Jang Donghyeok's return to comedy after 6 years. On 28 May 2017, singers Noh Sa-yeon and Lee Moo-song appeared on the skit as guests for the Gag Concert 900th Episode Special (Part 3)[39].

  • Love Counselor (2006.5.7 ~ 2007.6.10)

(Korean: 사랑의 카운셀러; Starring: Kang Yumi, Yu Seyun)
About a duo that demonstrates everything about being with your significant other. On 21 May 2017, the skit returned for the Gag Concert 900th Episode Special (Part 2)[40].

  • Love is Everywhere (2007.10.28 ~ 2008.3.30)

(Korean: 사랑이 팍팍; Starring: Lee Seungyun, Lee Sangho, Lee Sangmin, Han Mingwan, Jang Doyeon)

  • Love is So Hard (2017.2.26 ~ 2017.4.30)

(Korean: 사랑 참 어렵다, Starring: Park Eunyeong, Kwak Beom)
The boyfriend who made his girlfriend angry begs outside her front door for forgiveness, but he unluckily misses every single opportunity to prove that he's sincere.

  • Lover (2006.5.14 ~ 2006.12.3)

(Korean: 연인; Starring: Kim Jimin, Yu Sangmoo)
The skit that first spread the rumours of Kim Jimin and Yu Sangmoo dating, later proved to be true. On the last airing of the skit, actress Han Ji-min made an appearance.

  • Lovers (2002.1.20 ~ 2002.9.15)

(Korean: 연인들; Starring: Lee Taesik, Kim Jihye, Kim Daehui, Choi Huiseon)

  • Low Life (2004.11.7 ~ 2006.2.5)

(Korean: 하류인생 (下類人生); Starring: Kim Junho, Kim Daehee, Yun Seongho)
Parody of the movie of the same name.

  • Madam Jeong (2012.7.8 ~ 2013.6.16)

(Korean: 정여사; Starring: Song Byeongcheol, Kim Daeseong, Jeong Taeho)
A salesman's woes regarding rich people, in particular Madam Jeong (Jeong Taeho), her daughter Sophie (Kim Daeseong), and their "pet" Brownie which is a stuffed toy husky.

  • Magic Performance (2007.2.18)

(Korean 매직 퍼포먼스; Starring: Kim Jaewook, Han Mingwan, Hong Sunmok, Lee Sangho, Park Narae)

  • Malicious Virus (2008.11.2 ~ 2009.3.8)

(Korean: 악성(樂聖) 바이러스; Starring: Kim Junho, Kim Junhyeon, Song Jungeun, Shin Goeun)
Parody of the drama Beethoven Virus.

  • Mandeuk (2013.1.27)

(Korean: 만득이; Starring: Heo Min, Lee Munjae, Lee Seungyun)

  • Manga Teacher (2016.8.14 ~ 2016.11.13)

(Korean: 꽃샘주의, Starring: Lee Suji, Im Jonghyuk, Park Soyeong, Kim Nina)
Park Soyeong and Kim Nina are determined to bully the new trainee teacher Im Jonghyuk, but he charmingly steers clear of them, even making the judo girl Lee Suji fall in love with him and save him from the duo.

  • Manly Men (2016.2.7 ~ 2016.10.30)

(Korean: 상남자들; Starring: Jeong Myeonghun, Kim Kiyeol, Jeong Seunghwan, Seo Taehun)
Sore losers who cannot forget their past love.

  • Mantis Kindergarten (2011.9.25 ~ 2012.6.24)

(Korean: 사마귀 유치원; Starring: Jeong Beomgyun, Park Soyeong, Hong Nayeong, Jo Jihun, Park Seongho, Choi Hyojong)

  • Mappagi (2006.8.27 ~ 2007.3.25)

(Korean: 마빡이; Starring: Park Junhyeong, Jeong Jongcheol, Kim Sideok, Kim Daebeom)

  • Marry You Minsang Off or MYMO (2014.10.12 ~ 2015.2.1)

(Korean: 민상 가보내기 로젝트 or 유장프; Starring: Yu Minsang, Song Yeonggil, Hong Hyeonho, Jeong Seungbin)
A skit to marry off Yu Minsang. Coffee Boy (ko)'s Will I Get Married as signature song. The skit was abolished without saying goodbye to viewers and the project ended as a failure.

  • Master Show (2007.12.9 ~ 2011.11.13)

(Korean: 달인; Starring: Ryu Dam, Kim Byungman, Noh Ujin)
A master of anything whose claims are put to the test in a funny manner. Gag Concert's longest skit. On 28 May 2017, the skit returned for the Gag Concert 900th Episode Special (Part 3)[8].

  • Me Against the World (2014.10.19 ~ 2014.11.23)

(Korean: 세상아 덤벼라; Starring: Lee Wongu, Jeong Beomgyun, Kim Junhyeon, Lee Changho, Shin Jongryeong, Park Yeongjin)
About police trying to negotiate with a crazy desperado.

  • Meditation (2015.7.5 ~ 2015.9.20)

(Korean: 과대명상; Starring: Shin Yunseung, Kwak Beom, Noh Ujin, Park Eunyeong, Kim Junho)
Four people meditating to heal their mind and body from stress, but they seem to misunderstand the concept.

  • Memories of a Beggar (2003.6.8 ~ 2003.11.16)

(Korean: 걸인의 추억; Starring: Jeong Hyeongdon, Kim Sideok, Lee Gyeongwu)

  • Men's News (2013.11.3)

(Korean: 남자뉴스; Starring: Jeong Beomgyun, Hwang Hyeonhui, Lee Wongu, Park Seongho)

  • Minsang Debate (2015.4.5 ~ 2015.11.8)

(Korean: 민상토론; Starring: Yu Minsang, Kim Daeseong, Park Yeongjin | Previous Appearances: Lee Sanghun → Song Jungeun, Kim Seunghye)
A debate that should be about politics. On 20 September 2015, Ilya from Russia joined the debate as one of the audience[22]. On 1 November 2015, Park Yeongjin announced his marriage to his girlfriend, which is happening on 23 January 2016.[41]

  • Minsang Debate 2 (2016.11.13 ~ 2016.12.4)

(Korean: 민상토론 2, Starring: Yu Minsang, Kim Daeseong, Song Jungeun)
Part 2 of the original skit, but this time Song Jungeun pesters the two comedians for their political views. The skit ended due to director Jo Jun Hui's leaving, and the skit moved on as Young President.

  • Mission Impossible (2003.2.2 ~ 2003.7.13)

(Korean: 미션 임파서블; Starring: Choi Guk, Yun Seongho)

  • Morning of Savana (1999.9 ~ 2000.6)

(Korean: 사바나의 아침; Starring: Shim Hyeonseop, Kim Yeongcheol, Baek Jaehyeon, Kim Kyunghee, Kim Daehui, Kim Jihye, Kim Mihwa, Kim Junho)
Notable as this was one of the first skits to appear in Gag Concert.

  • Movie Little Television (2016.8.21 ~ 2016.12.11)

(Korean: 무비 리틀 텔레비전 or 무.리.텔, Starring: Lee Sanghun, Song Yeonggil, Song Wangho)
Three actors from Chungmuro start their own live internet broadcast and act based on the comments.

  • Musical (2006.9.3 ~ 2007.12.23)

(Korean: 뮤지컬; Starring: Kim Jaewook, Yu Minsang, Shin Bongseon, Noh Ujin, Lee Dongyun)
Musical comedy/tragedy. The main theme is The Foundations' Build Me Up Buttercup.

  • My Boss (2012.6.10 ~ 2012.6.17)

(Korean: 박부장; Starring: Park Yeongjin, Park Sora, Kim Taewon, Ryu Jeongnam)

  • My Name is An Sang Soon or My Lovely Sang Soon (2007.3.18 ~ 2008.1.13)

(Korean: 내 이름은 안상순; Starring: An Sangtae, Yun Hyeongbin, Jeong Gyeongmi)
A parody of MBC's drama My Lovely Sam Soon.

  • Mystery Theater (2006.10.22 ~ 2007.2.11)

(Korean: 미스테리 극장; Starring: Lee Sangho, Lee Sangmin, Kang Juhui, Kang Seunghui)

  • Nami and Bungbung (2015.3.22 ~ 2015.7.19)

(Korean: 나미와 붕붕; Starring: Oh Nami, Lee Sangho, Lee Sangmin, | Semi-fixed casts: Kim Nahee, An Somi)
Parody of 1990 hit song Like an Indian Doll by Nami & Boom Boom. In this skit Oh Nami tries to hit on guys from the audience.

  • Navigation (2004.5.2 ~ 2004.7.25)

(Korean: 네비게이션; Starring: Yu Sangmu, Yu Seyun, Jang Dongmin)

  • Neighborhood Personnel Hearing (2014.6.15 ~ 2014.7.20)

(Korean: 우리 동네 청문회; Starring: Kim Hoekyeong, Lee Seungyun, Park Jisun, Kim Daeseong, Park Yeongjin)
Kim Hoekyeong is the host of the personnel hearing, Lee Seungyun is questioned about his suitability to run a business. Park Jisun works with the truth, Kim Daeseong talks about the facts, and Park Yeongjin pinpoints things that have nothing to do with the purpose of the hearing.

  • Never Let You Go (2016.6.12 ~ 2016.8.21)

(Korean: 죽어도 못 보내, Starring: Yu Minsang, Song Wangho, Park Sora, Oh Gihwan, Kim Hyeongi, Song Yeonggil, Lee Seongdong, Shim Mungyu, Kim Taewon | Previous Appearances: Song Byeongcheol)
Drama happens when you have to pick an animal to slaughter for your restaurant.

  • News Nine-Ish (2010.12.26 ~ 2011.9.18)

(Korean: 9시쯤 뉴스; Starring: Jeong Gyeongmi, Jang Donghyeok, Heo Min, Kim Junhyeon, Kim Jimin | Previous Appearances: Lee Sugeun, Song Jungeun, Shin Bora, Kim Wonhyo, Lee Gwangseop, Lee Sanghun)

  • Nobody Listens (2015.10.4 ~ 2015.10.25)

(Korean: 갑툭튀; Starring: Song Jungeun, Kim Nahui, Jang Yunseok, Kim Suyeong, Kim Byeongseon)

  • No Big Difference (2014.11.30 ~ 2015.6.21)

(Korean: 도찐개찐; Starring: Park Seongho (13), Lee Jonghun, Ryu Geunil, Kwak Beom, Kim Byeongseon)
Musical comedy where two things are compared, to which the conclusion is that there is no big difference between them. They also compared some styles from celebrity which is worse than before on 'one step back'.

  • Ohseong and Haneum (2013.5.12 ~ 2013.11.24)

(Korean: 오성과 한음; Starring: Lee Hyeseok, Kim Jincheol, Kwak Beom)
Two friends who spend their days tossing a baseball back-and-forth while talking about daily life.

  • Old Affair (2014.6.1 ~ 2015.1.4)

(Korean: 쉰 밀회; Starring: Kim Jimin, Kim Daehui | Previous Appearance: Kim Daeseong, Yu Minsang)
Parody of JTBC's Secret Love Affair: Yu Ain (Kim Daehui) is piano genius kid, and Kim Huiae (Kim Jimin) is his piano teacher. On 28 September 2014, pianist Shin Jiho appeared as a special guest. On 28 December 2014, actor Kim Sang-Joong appeared as a guest for the New Year's special[42]. On 28 May 2017, the skit returned for the Gag Concert 900th Episode Special (Part 1)[4].

  • Ongals (2007.5.27 ~ 2007.10.28)

(Korean: 옹알스; Starring: Chae Gyeongseon, Jo Junwu, Jo Suwon)

  • Owls (2015.1.11 ~ 2015.3.15)

(Korean: 부엉이; Starring: Lee Sanggu, Lee Hyeseok, Jang Yunseok, Song Junseok, Kim Nahee | Previous Appearances: Park Seongho (13), Ryu Geunil)
Stories from the forest.

  • Park Seongho's Music Talk (2000.10.21 ~ 2002.10.27)

(Korean: 박성호의 뮤직토크; Starring: Park Seongho)

  • PD Hwang Hyeonhui's Consumer Report (2008.7.6 ~ 2009.8.30)

(Korean: 황현희PD의소비자고발; Starring: Hwang Hyeonhui, Yu Minsang, An Yeongmi)

  • Pick Me Up (2016.5.1 ~ 2016.5.8)

(Korean: 픽미업, Starring: Kim Seunghye, Kim Kiyeol, Jeong Haecheol, Yang Seonil | Previous Appearance: Jang Kiyeong)
When 2 robbers happen to commit robbery in the same place at the same time.

  • Pink Lady (2012.10.28 ~ 2012.12.9)

(Korean: 핑크 레이디; Starring: Kim Janggun, Jo Seunghui, Ryu Geunji, Kwon Jaekwan, Lee Dongyun, An Somi, Kim Huiwon, Kim Hyeseon, Kim Yeonghui, Hong Nayeong | Voice acting: An Somi, Heo Min)

  • Please Go Away (2016.6.19 ~ 2017.1.8)

(Korean: 님은 딴 곳에, Starring: Lee Hyeonjeong, Ryu Jeongnam, Kim Daeseong, Hong Hyeonho | Previous Appearances: Lee Seongdong, Kim Hoekyeong)
Feeling flirtatious in the bar, Lee Hyeonjeong tries to chat up different kinds of men, who are totally unfazed.

  • Poisonous Things (2008.10.26 ~ 2009.9.6)

(Korean: 독한것들; Starring: Choi Hyojong, Jeong Beomgyun, Kwak Hangu, Oh Nami → Heo Anna)

  • Poor Yeonggil (2016.11.13 ~ 2017.1.8)

(Korean: 억울한 영길 씨, Starring: Song Yeonggil, Seo Taehun)
A series of scenarios where Song Yeonggil becomes the target of unfairness.

  • Pressured Deal (2017.1.15 ~ 2017.4.2)

(Korean: 부담거래, Starring: Lee Suji, Seo Taehun, Park Eunyeong, Jo Jinse, Jo Raehun)
Jo Raehun's plight during investigation doesn't get any better when his lawyer can't get his facts straight, his mother is too nervous to help him escape, and the interrogator is his ex-girlfriend.

  • Pretty! Pretty? (2014.8.17 ~ 2014.9.14)

(Korean: 예뻐! 예뻐?; Starring: Hong Sunmok, Kim Jaewook, Kim Seunghye)
About a guy trying to break up with his pretty but awful girlfriend. The corner starts with Carly Rae Jepsen's Call Me Maybe and includes Ladies' Code's Pretty Pretty, and Lee Kyeonghyeon & Lee Yejun's Curious About You.
Due to Ladies' Code's tragic accident that happened on September 3 (and then EunB's death), the corner was excluded from the recording (within the same day) for the Chuseok special broadcast on September 7;[43] RiSe died hours before the actual broadcast. The skit resumed a week later (September 14) with a significant change: Ladies' Code's Pretty Pretty (which was one of the last songs performed by the girls during their shoot in Daegu for KBS's "Open Concert", a few hours before their accident) was replaced by South Korean rock band SuperKidd's SECO.

  • Quadruplets and Daddy (2014.11.30 ~ 2015.2.1)

(Korean: 사둥이는 아빠 딸; Starring: Jeong Taeho, Heo Min, Kim Seunghye, Park Soyeong, Oh Nami)
About a father (Jeong Taeho) and his "Four Seasons" lovely quadruplets; cute Spring (Hoe Min), adorable Summer (Kim Seunghye), fresh Fall (Park Soyeong), and pretty Winter (Oh Nami). Strawberry Milk's OK as signature song.

  • R-Point (2015.1.18 ~ 2015.7-12)

(Korean: 알포인트 (R-Point); Starring: Lee Dongyun, Lee Sejin, Jeong Myeonghun, Lee Suji, Yun Hanmin | Previous Appearances: Kim Janggun, Kim Jimin)
Parody of the famous Korean horror movie R-Point. About a platoon which is starting to go crazy after 134 days of isolation. Lee Dongyun and Lee Sejin as the only normal soldiers. Kim Janggun as a soldier who is going crazy. Jeong Myeonghun as an elite medical crew who can't remember things. Kim Jimin as a crazy ghost. Yun Hanmin as a colonel who easily gives up. Lee Suji as a seller.

  • Rambling Man (2001.4 ~ 2002.9.29)

(Korean: 수다맨; Starring: Kang Seongbeom, Kim Jihye, Park Eunbin)

  • Reaction League Baseball (2015.8.9 ~ 2015.11.1)

(Korean: 리액션 야구단; Starring: Kwon Jaekwan, Jeong Jaehyeong, Kim Kiri, Kim Seongwon, Seo Namyong, Oh Nami, Lee Hyeonjeong, Byeon Seungyun, Lee Gwangseop, Yun Seunghyeon, Song Pilgeun, Im Uil, Lee Chan, Kwak Beom, Kim Jaewook, Yu Inseok, Kim Hyeongi, Kim Jiho | Previous Appearances: Shim Mungyu, Bok Hyeonkyu, Jo Suyeon, Lee Yerim, Park Bomi, Song Junseok)
Gagmen score points with the audience by succeeding at various impressions. On 20 September 2015, actress Park Junkeum appeared as a guest for Chuseok special as 'Drama Mother'[22].

  • Real Modern Dictionary (2012.12.16 ~ 2013.9.1)

(Korean: 현대 레알 사전; Starring: Lee Huigyeong, Park Yeongjin, Jeong Beomgyun, Song Wangho)
An interactive dictionary which defines words in multiple perspectives.

  • Real Sound (2015.8.30 ~ 2016.6.12)

(Korean: 리얼 사문드; Starring: Kim Daeseong, Yu Minsang | Previous Appearance: Im Jaebaek)
Frequently used onomatopoeia to be changed to become more detailed and real. On 20 September 2015, announcer Kim Beomsu appeared as a guest for Chuseok special[22].

  • Real Talk Show (2013.3.24 ~ 2013.5.19)

(Korean: 리얼토크쇼; Starring: Hwang Hyeonhui, Lee Suji, Jeong Jimin, Shin Jongryeong, Ryu Geunil, Jeong Chanmin, Namgung Gyeongho, Oh Gihwan, Jeong Yunho, Shin Yunseung)

  • Real Soap Opera (2016.4.10 ~ 2016.5.22)

(Korean: 클라이막장, Starring: Kim Daeseong, Kim Nahui, Kwon Jaekwan, Lee Changyun, Yang Sangguk, Song Yeonggil, Jo Suyeon, Lee Suji | Previous Appearances: Kim Jeonghun, Kim Minkyeong, Park Jiseon)
Things that happen during a regular script reading of a soon-to-be makjang (soap opera) drama, mocking broadcast stations' use of product placement that make no sense, problems with drama writers, and more. This is a parody of the production of Korean drama Princess Aurora and writer Im Seonghan.

  • Reali-T (2011.12.4 ~ 2012.2.5)

(Korean: 리얼리T; Starring: Kim Kiri, Seo Taehun)
Comparing drama scenes with reality.

  • Reality in Action (2004.4.7 ~ 2004.6.13)

(Korean: 액션리얼리티; Starring: Hwang Hyeonhui, An Sangtae, Kim Daebeom)

  • Released (2015.8.16 ~ 2015.9.14)

(Korean: 출소; Starring: Kim Jeonghun, Kim Kiyeol, Song Jaein, Yang Seonil, Jang Kiyeong, Kim Jiho, Jeong Haecheol, Hong Seonghyeon)
Convict 8826 Kim Kiyeol is released on a special pardon after being imprisoned unjustly for 10 years; but he violates the law as soon as he is released in front of the security and is taken back to prison.

  • Reveal the Story (2014.3.23 ~ 2014.8.24)

(Korean: 사건의 전말; Starring: Park Yeongjin, Kim Huiwon, Jang Yuhwan, Jang Kiyeong, Kim Jaewook, Kim Jimin)
About detectives who are investigating a crime scene, and they have to deal with crazy people who claims to be witnesses of the crime. Bonggu and Janggu (Jang Yuhwan and Jang Kiyeong) are kids who gets distracted when giving claims. Mr. K (Kim Jaewook) possesses psychometry, the extra-sensoral ability to get information and see things from the past when touching an object. Jimin always seems to say something that makes sense, but it turns out she is slurring words, and in later episodes she appears shockingly in and out of random places.

  • Revenge (2002.10.13 ~ 2003.1.12)

(Korean: 복수; Starring: Park Seongho, Lee Byeongjin, Choi Huiseon)

  • Rich Diary (2003.4.27 ~ 2003.10.5)

(Korean: 부자일기; Starring: Jang Ung, Lee Deokjae)

  • Romantic Assassin (2007.8.26 ~ 2007.9.23)

(Korean: 낭만자객; Starring: Hong Sunmok, Kim Byungman, Kim Sideok)

  • Rookie News (2013.12.15 ~ 2014.3.9)

(Korean: 초보뉴스; Starring: Kim Daehui, Kim Hoekyeong, Jeong Yunho, Yang Sangguk, Kim Wonhyo)
Rookie announcers who mess up their first time news broadcasts to the embarrassment of a veteran senior.

  • Rules of the Workplace (2012.11.11 ~ 2013.3.10)

(Korean: 갑을컴퍼니; Starring: Yu Inseok, Hong Ingyu, Kim Jincheol, Kim Jiho, Choi Hyojong, Kim Junho, Lee Wongu)

  • Say it! Yes or No (2015.4.5 ~ 2015.12.27)

(Korean: 말해 Yes or No; Starring: Kim Kiri, Seo Taehun, Song Pilgeun, Kim Seongwon)
A skit to prove that we are all one through memories and experiences.

  • School Meeting (2012.4.1 ~ 2012.6.10)

(Korean: 교무회의; Starring: Kim Daeseong, Kim Kiyeol, Lee Jonghun, Song Jungeun, Yang Sangguk, Park Yeongjin)

  • School Of Mental Breakdown (2012.6.24 ~ 2013.2.24)

(Korean: 멘붕스쿨; Starring: Hwang Hyeonhui → Song Jungeun, Hong Nayeong, Park Soyeong, Seo Taehun, Byeon Seungyun, Jeong Seunghwan, Kim Jaewook, Kim Seongwon, Park Seongho)

  • Secretly Dating (2014.9.21 ~ 2014.4.12)

(Korean: 은밀하게 연애하게; Starring: Yang Seonil, Kim Kiyeol, Park Bomi, Im Jonghyeok, Seo Taehun, Jang Kiyeong | Previous Appearances: Jeong Seunghwan, Kim Jimin, Kim Daeseong)
The title of the skit is a parody of 2013 action comedy movie Secretly, Greatly. The corner is about two detectives in violent crimes division who are secretly dating.

  • Selfish Patent Office (2012.1.29 ~ 2012.7.22)

(Korean: 이기적인 특허소 (이특); Starring: Park Yeongjin, Park Seongkwang, Lee Gwangseop, Kim Seongwon, Kim Taewon, An Somi, Lee Munjae)

  • Senile Chairman Hwang (2008.4.13 ~ 2008.8.3)

(Korean: 많이컸네 황회장; Starring: Hwang Hyeonhui, Kim Junhyeon, Lee Gwangseop, Kim Kiyeol)

  • Seoul Mate (2011.7.10 ~ 2012.2.5)

(Korean: 서울메이트; Starring: Yang Sangguk, Heo Gyeonghwan, Ryu Jeongnam, Park Sora)

  • Serious Kingdom (2015.7.19 ~ 2016.11.20)

(Korean: 진지록; Starring: Lee Dongyun, Lee Sejin, Jeong Myeonghun, Kim Junho, Kim Janggun, Kim Taewon)
King Serious tries to discover the man who has been making people laugh despite the kingdom's ban on laughter. His interrogation process tests the humor of suspected subjects by making them come up with acrostic poems.

  • Sha Wujing and Friends (2004.4.7 ~ 2004.5.12)

(Korean: 사대천왕; Starring: Kwon Jinyeong, Kim Jincheol, Hong Ingyu)

  • She Was Pretty (2015.11.15 ~ 2016.6.12)

(Korean: 그녀는 예뻤다; Starring: An Ilgwon, Oh Nami, Heo Min)
A story about Tsundere An Ilgwon's love for Oh Nami.

  • Sheer Force (2003.3.9 ~ 2003.8.31)

(Korean: 우격다짐; Starring: Lee Jeongsu)

  • SISTAR29 (2013.2.5 ~ 2013.12.2)

(Korean: 씨스타29; Starring: Park Jisun, Oh Nami, Song Byeongcheol)
A parody of unit sub-group SISTAR19, composed of 29-year-old women lounging at a bar and imitating the intro choreography of Gone Not Around Any Longer. They blame everything, from being passed over CF deals, to celebrities "less beautiful than them", to their single status, on the "curse of the nines".

  • Small Time Crooks (2012.10.21 ~ 2012.11.25)

(Korean: 좀도둑들; Starring: Kim Daehui, Park Sora, Kim Jonghun, Lee Sanghun, Park Yeongjin, Kwak Beom, Shin Yunseung)

  • Snap Martial Arts (2012.2.5 ~ 2012.12.2)

(Korean: 꺾기도; Starring: Kim Junho, Hong Ingyu, Jang Kiyeong, Jo Yunho, Lee Sangho, Lee Sangmin, Yu Minsang)
A martial arts school that teaches the art of "snapping" words - by continuing a sentence by giving the last word of the sentence a new meaning. On 28 May 2017, the skit returned for the Gag Concert 900th Episode Special (Part 1) and members of 2 Days & 1 Night Defconn, Kim Jong-min, and Jung Joon-young appeared as guests.

  • Solutions to Iffy Issues (2011.8.21 ~ 2012.5.13)

(Korean: 애매한 것을 정해주는 남자 (애정남); Starring: Ryu Geunji, Choi Hyojong, Lee Wongu, Shin Jongryeong)

  • Sorry, Bro (2014.6.1 ~ 2014.8.24)

(Korean: 미안해요 형; Starring: Hong Sunmok, Lee Sanggu, Kwak Beom, Jeong Yunho)
About a boss and his new part-timers who keep driving him crazy.

  • Sound of Drama (2011.4.3 ~ 2011.7.24)

(Korean: 사운드 오브 드라마; Starring: Yu Minsang, Byeon Seungyun, Heo Anna)

  • Steal the Spotlight (2014.7.27 ~ 2014.8.10)

(Korean: 날 보러 와요; Starring: Im Jaebaek, Park Eunyeong, Lee Seongdong, Kwon Jaekwan, Im Uil, Jeong Haecheol)
About an acting crew who spoil the script to attract attention with their exaggerated acting skills, just for the taste of the spotlight.

  • Still Alive (2013.6.16 ~ 2013.9.29)

(Korean: 살아있네; Starring: Choi Hyojong, Hong Sunmok, Yun Hyeongbin, Song Wangho)
A parody of the movie Nameless Gangster: Rules of the Time in terms of the mafia family and attempts of finding solutions to problems through connections.

  • Stockholm Syndrome (2015.5.10 ~ 2015.11.1)

(Korean: 스톡홀름 신드롬; Starring: Jeong Yunho, Lee Suji, Park Seongkwang, Lee Sanghun)
A thief attacking bank employees, and asks them to act out to cover for him when he gets a phone call from his mother or girlfriend. Read more: Stockholm syndrome.

  • Strongest Mentality (2014.7.20 ~ 2014.9.28)

(Korean: 멘탈 갑 (甲); Starring: Park Seongkwang, Lee Sanghun, Yang Seonil, Ryu Geunil, Hong Yeseul, Kim Byeongseon, Park Seongho (Class 28), Jo Seunghui)
A corner to save weak-minded people from mental breakdown.

  • Stubborn (2015.1.25 ~ 2015.11.18)

(Korean: 고집불통; Starring: Song Pilgeun, Im Uil, Kim Kiri, Kim Taewon, Park Seongho (28), Lee Seongdong | Previous Appearance: Park Yeongjin)
About a tenant struggling from a stubborn building's security guard and the old men living around. On 31 May 2015, Big Tide cheering group appeared in the skit.

  • Sudden Appearances (2016.11.27 ~ 2017.3.5)

(Korean: 나타나, Starring: Hwang Jeonghye, Lee Sejin, Kim Seunghye, Kim Hoekyeong, Bang Juho, Jang Hana, Bae Jeonggeun, Park Jinho, Song Yeonggil, Jeong Jinyeong)
About situations that appear as a surprise in a setting. Skit title was previously 'Surprise Appearances' on KBS World.

  • Sunny Days of Youth (2014.11.30 ~ 2015.1.11)

(Korean: 젊은이의 양지; Starring: Lee Chan, Kim Wonhyo, Lee Munjae)
About three friends, one rich, one poor and one getting by who are struggling from the same thing in a different way.

  • Supernatural (2015.10.25 ~ 2016.1.17)

(Korean: 초능력자; Starring: Kim Janggun, Kwak Beom, Park Sora, Song Yeonggil, Lee Changho, Jeong Taeho | Previous Appearances: Kim Minhee)

  • Suppress It (2013.10.6 ~ 2013.10.13)

(Korean: 견뎌; Starring: Park Yeongjin, Kim Kiyeol, Kwon Jaekwan, Jo Suyeon, Hong Hwon, Kim Jeonghun)

  • Survival Dialect (2002.10.13 ~ 2004.2.15)

(Korean: 생활사투리; Starring: Park Junhyeong, Jeong Jongcheol, Kim Sideok, Lee Jaehun)

  • Take Advantage (2013.11.10 ~ 2014.2.2)

(Korean: 누려; Starring: Park Jisun, Lee Huigyeong, Kim Huiwon, Jang Yuhwan, Yu Minsang)
About a nouveau riches couple and daughter-in-law trying to take advantage of their new-found wealth in every situation while still unconsciously acting like their old way of life.

  • Take Martial Arts (2007.1.21 ~ 2007.8.12)

(Korean: 같기道 or 같기도; Starring: Kim Junho, Lee Sangu, Hong Ingyu, Park Seongho, Lee Sangmin, Lee Sangho)
Kim Junho is a Take martial artist who's teaching the art of doing something that's neither this nor that.

  • Talaktubbies (2004.3.21 ~ 2004.7.18)

(Korean: 타락토비; Starring: Im Hyeokpil, Kim Inseok, Jeong Myeonghun, Heo Seungjae)

  • Teacher Kang's Dressing Room (2009.2.22 ~ 2009.9.13)

(Korean: 분장실의 강 선생님; Starring: Kim Kyunga, Jeong Gyungmi, Kang Yumi, An Yeongmi)
Kang Yumi teaches her fellow junior comedians about dress up. On 21 May 2017, the skit returned for the Gag Concert 900th Episode Special (Part 2)[44].

  • Team Name: Jinx (2012.1.8 ~ 2012.1.15)

(Korean: 팀을 위한 길; Starring: Lee Jonghun, Kim Kiyeol, Kim Jincheol, Jeong Myeonghun, Yang Seonil)

  • Tell Them (2014.2.9 ~ 2014.6.22)

(Korean: 그래 그래; Starring: Noh Ujin, Song Pilgeun, Kim Jeonghun, Song Wangho, Lee Sanggu)
About a stubborn gang leader and his subordinate and how they deal with the police when their crimes are discovered using mindless excuses.

  • Thank You (2011.8.14 ~ 2012.6.10)

(Korean: 감사합니다; Starring: Jeong Taeho, Song Byeongcheol, Lee Sanghun)
Musical comedy.

  • The Animals (2013.1.6 ~ 2013.5.19)

(Korean: 애니뭘; Starring: Jeong Beomgyun, Ryu Jeongnam, Jo Jihun, Kim Wonhyo, Park Seongho, Kim Junho)

  • The Big Arrest (2012.7.29 ~ 2012.10.7)

(Korean: 체포왕; Starring: Park Yeongjin, Kim Jangkun, Lee Seongdong, Kim Jeonghun, Lee Suji, Hong Nayeong)

  • The Big World (2014.6.29 ~ 2014.12.7)

(Korean: 큰 세계; Starring: Kim Junhyeon, Song Yeonggil, Yu Minsang, Kim Suyeong, Kim Taewon. Skinny guys: Jeong Jinyeong, Choi Jaewon, Kim Hyeongi, Seo Namyong)
The title of the skit is a parody of 2013 crime movie New World (신세계). In the year 2094, due to the exhaustion of food, the human race is about to die off. The survivors made their own underground world with their own rules; being fat means power, authority, honor and wealth, only fat people rule this world. All comedians starring in this corner are overweight, and they compete on who weigh more by showing off their characteristics and eating ability. On 7 September 2014, SISTAR appeared as guests for the Chuseok special.

  • The Blame Game (2012.5.27 ~ 2012.7.1)

(Korean: 하극상; Starring: Kim Wonhyo, Jeong Beomgyun, Choi Hyojong)

  • The Boy Band or Jeon Guk Gu (2012.12.9 ~ 2013.9.1)

(Korean: 전국구; Starring: Lee Gwangseop, Lee Jonghun, Lee Sangmin, Lee Sangho, Kim Kiri)
Musical comedy; songs about different fashions in an exaggerated way. The band released an album (Fashion City) in 2013.

  • The Bufferings (2007.12.9 ~ 2008.3.30)

(Korean: 버퍼링스; Starring: An Yunsang, Eom Taegyeong)
Musical comedy; the name of the skit refers to buffering a video online. The skit includes repetition, freezing, and looping as some of the problems that may actually play out when loading a video with a slow internet connection. The duo made an appearance in the 700th episode of Gag Concert on "GagConcert Star KBS".

  • The Demon (2016.2.28 ~ 2016.11.13)

(Korean: 아재씨, Starring: Park Yeongjin, Song Wangho, Im Jaebaek, Shim Mungyu, Jang Hana | Previous appearances: Hong Hyeonho, Jang Yuhwan, Jeong Yunho, Jo Suyeon, Kim Minhui, Im Jonghyuk)
A middle-aged demon possesses someone, who starts spouting his bad puns and does his 'ahjussi-like' behaviour. Two exorcists seek to expel him.

  • The Elder (2012.7.22 ~ 2013.1.27)

(Korean: 어르신; Starring: Kim Daehui, Lee Munjae, Kim Wonhyo, Ryu Jeongnam, Jeong Myeonghun)
The wise elders of the countryside have a chat. On 28 May 2017, the skit returned for the Gag Concert 900th Episode Special (Part 1)[4].

  • The Escape (2016.9.18 ~ 2016.1.1)

(Korean: 나가거든, Starring: Hong Hyeonho, Lee Hyeonjeong, Lee Sanghun, Lee Changho, Yun Seunghyeon, Jeong Seungbin)
Parody of Korean survival movie The Tunnel. Hong Hyeonho is stuck in the collapsed tunnel, but funny things happen over the phone while waiting for help.

  • The Family Head (2014.8.10 ~ 2015.2.15)

(Korean: 가장자리; Starring: Lee Seungyun, Seo Taehun, Lee Hyeonjeong, Park Yeongjin, Lee Changho, Park Soyeong, Kim Seongwon | Previous Appearances: Kim Seunghye, Song Yeonggil)
Conversation between neighbors (bachelor → newlywed [201], married [202], lonely father [203], bachelor [301] → married deputy [302]) on the balcony.

  • The Female Comedian (2012.7.15 ~ 2013.1.27)

(Korean: 희극 여배우들; Starring: Ryu Geunji → Lee Huigyeong, Jeong Gyeongmi, Heo Anna → Kim Yeonghui, Park Jisun)

  • The King Game (2013.11.24 ~ 2014.1.5)

(Korean: 왕게임; Starring: Kim Jeonghun, Noh Ujin, Jang Kiyeong, Kim Kiyeol, Park Yeongjin)
An interactive game where the viewers can vote through SMS in which one of the four representatives are more fitting in a given situation.

  • The King of Ratings (2013.4.21 ~ 2014.7.6)

(Korean: 시청률의 제왕; Starring: Park Seongkwang, Lee Sanghun, Heo Anna, Kim Taewon, Ryu Geunji, Yang Seonil, Kim Hoekyeong, Oh Gihwan | Semi-fixed cast: Lee Huigyeong, Hong Nayeong)
In essence a parody of SBS's The King of Dramas, this skit parodies common methods (makjang plotlines, character insertion & write-offs, utilization of idol actors, and obvious yet senseless PPLs) overly used by producers in order to raise their ratings as represented by a real-time ratings graph.

  • The Love of Slaves (2012.12.2 ~ 2013.1.20)

(Korean: 노애; Starring: Heo Anna, Song Yeonggil, Jeong Jinyeong, Jeong Seunghwan, Lee Huigyeong, Park Eunyeong)

  • The Perfect Couple (2015.10.11 ~ 2016.1.31)

(Korean: 환상의 커플; Starring: Ryu Geunji, Park Sora, Im Jaebaek, Kim Seunghye, Jeong Yunho | Previous Appearances: Lee Changyun)

  • The Pursuer (2012.7.15 ~ 2012.9.2)

(Korean: 추·남; Starring: Choi Hyojong, Jeong Beomgyun, Lee Sanghun, Hong Hwon)

  • The Royal Family (2008.11.9 ~ 2008.12.28)

(Korean: 로열 패밀리; Starring: Jang Doyeon, Kim Kyunga, Han Mingwan, Song Byeongcheol)

  • The Secret Life of Lee Chan (2015.3.8 ~ 2015.3.15)

(Korean: 이찬의 상상은 현실이 된다; Starring: Lee Chan, Im Uil, Kim Yeonghui, Oh Nami, Park Jisun)
About Lee Chan, an employee that uses his imagination to revenge the arrogant Im Uil. The English title is based off the film The Secret Life of Walter Mitty.

  • The Third World (2005.9.11 ~ 2006.1.29)

(Korean: 제3세계; Starring: Park Seongho, Park Hwisoon, Kim Daebeom)

  • The Three Friends (2013.8.25 ~ 2014.6.22)

(Korean: 놈놈놈; Starring: Song Pilgeun, An Somi, Bok Hyeonkyu, Kim Kiri, Yu Inseok, Ryu Geunji)
Remake of 'Love Artistestes' from 'The Gag Concert You've Never Seen Before' 2013's Chuseok Special. About three handsome friends (plus random handsome all-around stranger) that keep interrupting Pilgeun's dates with his girlfriend. The corner starts with NC.A's Oh My God.

  • The Three Idiots (2002.4.7 ~2003.1.12)

(Korean: 바보삼대; Starring: Kim Junho, Kim Daehui, Lee Taesik)

  • The Tigress Sisters (2012.6.17 ~ 2012.6.24)

(Korean: 호랭이 언니들; Starring: Lee Suji, Song Yeonggil, Heo Min, Hong Nayeong, Kim Jaewook, Kim Kyunga, Hong Sunmok)

  • The Tired Family (2012.7.8 ~ 2012.9.2)

(Korean: 피곤한 가족; Starring: Kim Jaewook, Kim Minkyeong, Lee Sangmin, Lee Sangho, Kim Daehui, Lee Dongyun → Lee Seungyun, Kim Taewon, Park Soyeong → Kim Hyeseon, Heo Min)

  • The Uncomfortable Truth (2012.12.2 ~ 2013.1.20)

(Korean: 불편한 진실; Starring: Hwang Hyeonhui, Jeong Jimin, Kim Kiri, Kim Jimin, Jeong Eunseon, Park Jisun, Kim Minkyeong, Jang Kiyeong)
Analyzing overly-clichéd storylines and pointing out their flaws.

  • The Way Home (2004.7.4 ~ 2006.7.9)

(Korean: 집으로; Starring: Kim Junho, Hong Ingyu, Kim Daehui)

  • The Whistleblower (2012.10.7 ~ 2012.12.16)

(Korean: 막말자; Starring: Hwang Hyeonhui, Jeong Eunseon, Kim Hyeseon, Jeong Jimin)

  • The Yellow Sea (2013.5.26 ~ 2014.5.25)

(Korean: 황해; Starring: Lee Suji, Jeong Chanmin, Shin Yunseung, Lee Sanggu, Hong Ingyu, Hong Sunmok)
A funny parody of the The Yellow Sea (film with the same name). Voice phishing and scamming attempts. This skit took 2013's Top Excellence Award for idea.

  • The Young King (2013.3.10 ~ 2013.5.12)

(Korean: 왕해; Starring: Lee Gwangseop, Lee Dongyun, Kim Daeseong, Ryu Geunil, Lee Seungyun, Yang Seonil, Jeong Myeonghun, Shin Goeun)
A loose parody of Gwanghae; it is about a king constantly being underestimated by everyone around him (from his ministers to his generals) on account of his young age.

  • This Thing Called Love (2012.5.13 ~ 2013.7.1)

(Korean: 이 죽일놈의 사랑; Starring: Park Jisun, Kim Daeseong, Park Sora)

  • Three People, Three Colours (2007.4.15 ~ 2007.10.21)

(Korean: 삼인삼색; Starring: Jang Hyoin, Heo Miyeong, Park Jisun)
Debut skit for the starring cast; appeared in the skit "Gag Warrior 300" alongside their 22nd class comedians.

  • Through the Ranks (2016.2.14 ~ 2016.7.10)

(Korean: 넘사벽, Starring: Jeong Taeho, Lee Changho, Kwak Beom, Lee Munjae | Previous Appearances: Jo Chunghyeon, Jeong Seunghwan, Song Yeonggil)
About gangsters with zero loyalty for their boss.

  • Time Travel (2010.5.30 ~ 2010.11.14)

(Korean: 시간여행; Starring: Jeong Taeho, Yang Seonil, Jang Doyeon, Lee Sangmin, Lee Sangho)

  • Torch Together (2015.7.26 ~ 2016.1.31)

(Korean: 횃불 투게더; Starring: Song Wangho, Jeong Beomgyun, Song Pilgeun, Lee Hyeonjeong, Oh Gihwan, Heo Min, Jeong Jinyeong, Song Junseok)
Old university friends who would use any excuse to do a protesting campaign. On 20 September 2015, singer Park Wankyu appeared as a guest for Chuseok special[22].

  • Tour Guides (2015.6.7 ~ 2015.7.12)

(Korean: 대륙의 별; Starring: Jeong Seunghwan, Byeon Seungyun, Park Eunyeong, Park Seongho (13) | Previous Appearance: Noh Ujin)
About an angry tourist and crazy tour guides.

  • Trend Show (2011.5.15 ~ 2011.7.17)

(Korean: 트렌드 쇼, Starring: Choi Hyojong, Ryu Geunji, Lee Sanghun, Park Sora, Hong Hwon, Jeong Haecheol, Ryu Geunil)
Trend-setter Choi Hyojong tells viewers how to set their own trends.

  • Trouble Maker (2016.6.19 ~ 2016.8.14)

(Korean: 테러블 메이커, Starring: Park Yeongjin, Lee Munjae, Jeong Jimin, Park Jiseon, Lee Sanghun, Jang Hyoin, Heo Min | Previous Appearances: Shim Mungyu, Jo Chunghyeon, Kim Seunghye)
A counter-terrorist team has arrived to eradicate the "terrors" found in the city, such as mothers-in-law, nosey siblings, and middle-aged ladies in public.

  • True Colors of The Master (2014.11.16 ~ 2015.3.15)

(Korean: 명인본색 (名人本色); Starring: Im Jaebaek, Lee Sanggu, Jeong Yunho, Lee Hyeonjeong)
About the service at a Japanese restaurant. Lee Hyeonjeong stars as the owner of the restaurant, with her catchphrase as "몸이 약해서" (I'm not feeling very well). On 28 December 2014, Sayuri appeared as guest for new year special.

  • Tutor of Terror (2003.8.10 ~ 2003.11.2)

(Korean: 공포의 과외선생; Starring: Kim Byungman, Yun Seokju, Yun Seongho)

  • Uninvited Guests (2007.1.14 ~ 2007.7.15)

(Korean: 불청객들; Starring: Ryu Dam, Jo Suwon, Kim Byungman, Jeong Jongcheol, Song Byeongcheol, Kwak Hyeonha)

  • Unpretty Competition (2015.3.29)

(Korean: 언프리티 컴피티션; Starring: Lee Sejin, Park Eunyeong, Kim Nina, Heo Anna, Kim Yeonghui)
Trial at hip hop court. Parody of hip-hop competition Unpretty Rapstar.

  • Unstoppable Interviewer Mr. Byeon (2011.1.2 ~ 2011.4.3)

(Korean: 못말리는 변접관; Starring: Byeon Kisu, Jang Donghyeok, Song Yeonggil, Kim Huiwon)

  • Veteran (2015.10.03 ~ 2016.6.25)

(Korean: 베테랑; Starring: Kim Hoekyeong, Im Jonghyeok, Shim Mungyu, Park Sora | Previous Appearance: Song Jaein, An Somi)
A play in which the sound effects man is absent so the veterans decided to take his place. However they caused the sound effects to be out-of-sync with their actions on stage, leading them to ad-lib their lines and actions to accommodate the sound effects, thus changing the play's plot.

  • Viewer's Opinion (2014.10.26 ~ 2015.2.15)

(Korean: 시청자 의견; Starring: Jeong Jaehyeong, Yun Seunghyeon, Lee Sangeun, Kim Seunghye, Choi Jaewon)
Comparing drama scenes with reality.

  • Wait Wolf (2013.1.13 ~ 2013.2.17)

(Korean: 기다려 늑대; Starring: Ryu Geunji, Kim Hyeseon, Seo Namyong, Song Yeonggil)
A parody of A Werewolf Boy.

  • Wanted to Try (2017.1.15)

(Korean: 해보고 싶었습니다, Starring: Lee Dongyun, Im Uil, Im Jonghyeok, Kim Jiho, Hong Seonghyeon)
When Korea's crime rate is so low, policemen don't know what to do when they face a criminal.

  • War on Broadcasting (2012.3.25 ~ 2012.5.13)

(Korean: 방송과의 전쟁; Starring: Kim Daebeom, An Ilgwon, Byeon Seungyun, Park Seongho, Kim Hyeseon, Kim Jangkun)

  • We Are Buds (2003.4.6 ~ 2003.7.6)

(Korean: 우리들은 새싹들이다; Starring: Im Hyeokpil, Kim Kisu, Kwon Jinyeong)

  • We Are One (2012.6.24 ~ 2012.7.8)

(Korean: 팀을 위한 길; Starring: Im Uil, Kim Kiri, Seo Taehun, Lee Seongdong)

  • We Can Pretend (2013.2.17 ~ 2013.3.31)

(Korean: 위캔척; Starring: Choi Hyojong, Park Soyeong, Hong Sunmok, Jeong Haecheol)

  • We Need Communication (2006.11.19 ~ 2008.11.30)

(Korean: 대화가 필요해; Starring: Kim Daehui, Jang Dongmin, Shin Bongseon)
A skit about the dinnertime of a family that consists of a strict father, a loving mother, and a rebellious son. For the Gag Concert 700th Episode Special, Kim Kiri took over Jang Dongmin's role as the son, though in respect to the original roles, he was cast as Dongmin's younger brother who is serving his mandatory military service. On 20 December 2015, the skit returned during the skit '301 302' for the Alumni Special. On 28 May 2017, the skit returned for the Gag Concert 900th Episode Special (Part 1)[4].

  • Webtoon (2015.7.19 ~ 2015.8.2)

(Korean: 기승전병; Starring: Kim Hyeongi, Lee Munjae, Im Jonghyeok, Ryu Jeongnam, Jo Chunghyeon, Lee Sangeun)
An illustration of comics.

  • Wedding (2016.3.13)

(Korean: 왜딩, Starring: Park Yeongjin, Song Wangho, Kim Hyeongi, Kim Janggun, Jeong Jimin, Jo Suyeon)

Getting married to inanimate objects is possible.

  • Welcome Back Show (2016.1.3 ~ 2016.5.1)

(Korean: 웰컴 백 쇼; Starring: Song Byeongcheol, Kim Junho, Yu Minsang, Lee Sangmin, Lee Sangho | Previous appearances: Kim Jiho)

A show that welcomes the viewers back in three segments. Richard Kim (Kim Junho) faces challenges to win 1 million dollars, Yu Minsang parodies Bob Ross, and twins Lee Sangho and Lee Sangmin are testing dummies for the viewers' questions.

  • Welcome to Korea (2015.10.4 ~ 2016.1.31)

(Korean: 웰컴 투 코리아; Starring: Song Jungeun, Jeong Haecheol, Lee Hyeonjeong, Hong Hyeonho)
Advice to would-be tourists to Korea with observations about life in Korea, and useful language tips you would not normally find in tourist phrasebooks.

  • What If (2002.6.10 ~ 2002.12.1)

(Korean: 만약에; Starring: Jang Ung, Kim Junho)

  • Why We Don't Need Men (2013.5.12 ~ 2014.1.19)

(Korean: 남자가 필요없는 이유; Starring: Hong Nayeong, Park Sora, Seo Taehun → Lee Chan, Jeong Seunghwan, Jeong Myeonghun)
Sora's stories from previous experiences in dating the worst kinds of handsome men (who are players), devoted men (who are too obsessed), and average men (who are horndogs) to explain why women don't need men.

  • Wiggle Wiggle (2015.5.24 ~ 2016.4.3)

(Korean: 니글니글; Starring: Lee Sanghun, Song Yeonggil)
About two arrogant weirdos who dance to Jason Derulo's Wiggle. The Korean title actually means 'greasy greasy'.

  • Willful Negligence (2013.1.6 ~ 2013.4.14)

(Korean: 미필적 고의; Starring: Park Seongkwang, Kim Wonhyo, Song Byeongcheol, Kim Daehui, Im Uil)

  • Wonderful Days (2014.7.13 ~ 2014.8.3)

(Korean: 참 좋은 시절; Starring: Lee Chan, Yang Seonil, Heo Anna, Park Sora, Kim Taewon, Park Yeongjin)
The title is a parody of KBS's weekend drama Wonderful Days (참 좋은 시절). The skit is about a poor family consisting of five members, Heo Anna the mother and her brother Kim Taewon, Yang Seonil the father, Park Sora the daughter and Lee Chan the son. Park Yeongjin plays the landlady. The skit features their bedtime conversations.

  • World News (2005.10.23 ~ 2005.11.20)

(Korean: 월드뉴스; Starring: Kim Junho, Sam Hammington)

  • Yes or No (2012.2.5 ~ 2012.4.15)

(Korean: 있기 없기; Starring: Heo Min, Lee Munjae, Jeong Jinyeong)

  • You Are So Bad (2013.2.3 ~ 2013.7.28)

(Korean: 나쁜 사람; Starring: Lee Sanggu, Lee Munjae, Yu Minsang, Lee Chan) On the 14 July 2013 episode, Heo Min appeared as Monica from the Dance Chatter skit.

  • Young President (2016.12.4 ~ 2017.2.19)

(Korean: 대통형, Starring: Seo Taehun, Yu Minsang, Kim Daeseong, Lee Hyeonjeong, Lee Changho, Hong Hyeonho, Bok Hyeonkyu)
The skit that took over Minsang Debate 2 because director Jo Jun Hui left. In this political satire, Seo Tae Hun plays the young president while his subordinates fight amongst each other. The skit places focus on the 2016 South Korean political scandal, but also makes references to other political figures in South Korea.

  • Youth White Papers (2002.4.2 ~ 2004.12.29)

(Korean: 청년백서; Starring: Park Junhyeong, Im Hyeokpil, Kim Sideok, Park Seongho)

  • Your Beat (2006.9.24 ~ 2006.10.22)

(Korean: 네 박자; Starring: Kim Jin, Yun Hyeongbin, Jung Myunghun, Park Seongho, Kim Junho, Kim Sideok, Kim Daehee)

  • Zigzag Song (2002.7.28 ~ 2003.1.12)

(Korean: 지그재그송; Starring: Kim Junho, Jeong Jongcheol, Kang Seongbeom)

  • Zombie Project (2013.10.13 ~ 2013.12.15)

(Korean: 좀비 프로젝트; Starring: Kim Junho, Jeong Taeho, Kim Janggun, Kim Seongwon, Kim Nahee)
Remake of 'World War Zombie' from 'The Gag Concert You've Never Seen Before' 2013's Chuseok Special. About two zombies who groan about eating humans, but spare a beautiful woman.

  • Zoom In, Zoom Out (2016.10.2 ~ 2016.12.18)

(Korean: 줌in줌out, Starring: Heo Min, Bok Hyeonkyu, Jang Yunseok, Kwak Beom, Yun Hanmin)
'Zoom in' to focus on a storyline told by one character, but 'zoom out' to an unexpected story.

  • 억수르 (2014.7.13 ~ 2014.10.19)

(Korean: 억수르; Starring: Song Jungeun, Hong Hwon, Jeong Haecheol, Kim Kiyeol, Kim Minkyeong, Oh Nami)
This corner started with the title "Mansour 만수르" on July 13, 2014 but hasn't aired an episode on KBS World because it was an actual name of sheikh. On 27 July 2014, the title was changed to "Eoksour 억수르"; a play on the original title (Mansour) which meant ten thousand and was upgraded to hundred million (Eoksour). On 7 September 2014, John Park appeared as a guest for Chuseok special.

The Gag Concert You've Never Seen Before[edit]

Seollal Special 2013.02.12[edit]

  • 모던보이 (2012.9.12) – Kim Kiri, Seo Taehun, Park Sora, Im Uil
  • EBS 드라마 (2010.10.27) – Shin Bora, Song Jungeun, Kim Daebeom, Kim Kiri
  • 노력의 결정체 (2012.10.10) – Kwon Jaekwan, Kim Jiho, Lee Chan, Kim Jincheol, Kim Hyeongi, Kim Kiri, An Ilgwon
  • Don't Give In 버티고 (2013.1.23) – Kim Jiho, Heo Anna, Ryu Jeongnam, Kim Janggun, Lee Seongdong, Kwon Jaekwan
  • 승승맞장구 (2011.11.2) – Lee Gwangseop, Kwon Jaekwan, Jo Yunho, Yu Minsang
  • 둥이 딩이 (2012.9.19) – An Somi, Oh Nami, Lee Sangmin, Lee Sangho, Lee Sanghun
  • 지구멸망보고서 (2012.5.30) – Seo Taehun, Park Yeongjin, Hwang Hyeonhui
  • 소극장배우들 (2011.11.30) – Kim Jeonghun, Kim Taewon, Lee Munjae, Kim Kiyeol
  • 배신자 (2012.11.7) – Song Byeongcheol, Kim Daeseong, Lee Seungyun
  • 컴백 (2010.1.20) – Heo Gyeonghwan, Song Byeongcheol, Kim Daeseong, Kim Kiyeol
  • 썬이 (2011.8.17) – Park Narae, Jang Doyeon, Kim Minkyeong, Heo Anna, Heo Gyeonghwan
  • 그 들만의 스타 (2011.11.9) – Kim Yeonghui, Kwon Mijin, Park Soyeong, Kim Jimin, Im Uil, Heo Gyeonghwan

Chuseok Special 2013.09.19[edit]

  • Differently 달라스 (2013.7.3) – Kim Jiho, Kim Kiri, Jo Yunho, Kim Janggun
  • Girls in the Army 군대 온 걸 (2013.3.1) – Kim Kyunga, Jo Seunghui, Jeong Myeonghun, Park Sora, Heo Anna, Kim Hyeseon
  • World War Zombie 월드 워 좀비 (2013.8.14) – Kim Seongwon, Jeong Taeho, Kim Janggun, Jo Suyeon
  • Making Woman Show 메이킹우먼쇼 (2013.7.14) – Heo Anna, Kim Yeonghui, Jeong Jimin, Park Sora
  • Love Artistses 러브 아티스트스트스 (2013.4.10) – Heo Gyeonghwan, Ryu Geunji, Seo Taehun
  • Tears of Antarctica 남극의 눈물 (2013.6.19) – Lee Seungyun, Kim Daehui, Lee Dongyun

Chuseok Special 2014.09.09[edit]

  • 이 부부가 사는 법 (2013.8.28) – Song Wangho, Jeong Beomgyun, Shin Goeun, Kim Daeseong, Lee Huigyeong, Park Jisun, Park Yeongjin
  • 트러블 과외 (2013.12.4) – Park Soyeong, Kim Jimin, Park Seongho
  • 그래 이거야 (2013.11.20) – Im Uil, Lee Sangmin, Jeong Taeho, Lee Dongyun
  • 초근접 현미경 (2014.5.27) – Kwak Beom, Park Yeongjin, Song Byeongcheol, Kim Jiho, Kim Kiyeol, Lee Jonghun
  • 사람 일은 모른다 (2013.10.23) – Hong Yeseul, Jeong Haecheol, Yang Sangguk, Ryu Jeongnam, Jeong Taeho
  • 음모론 (2014.7.30) – Kim Kiyeol, Hong Hwon, Kim Nina, Kim Kiri, Oh Gihwan

KBS Entertainment Awards in Comedy[edit]

Each year, comedians are awarded for their performance in Gag Concert in three categories: Best Newcomer, Excellence Award, and Top Excellence. The best skit idea is awarded with "Top Excellence Award for Idea".

Year Best Newcomer Award Excellence Award Top Excellence Award Top Excellence Award for Idea
2002 Lee Jeongsoo - Kang Seongbeom
Park Junhyeong
Survival Dialect
2003 Jeong Hyeongdon
Seo Namyong
Kwon Jinyeong
Kim Darae
Im Hyeokpil Jeong Yongcheol Do Re Mi Trio
2004 Kang Yumi
An Sangtae
Jeong Chulgyu
Jeong Hyeongdon Park Seongho Flash Shopping
2005 Yu Seyun
Park Hwisun
An Yeongmi
Shin Bongseon
Jang Dongmin
Kim Hyeonsuk
Kim Junho Family's Love
2006 An Ilgwon (Male)
Kim Jimin (Female)
Kim Daebeom (Male)
Kang Yumi (Female)
Jeong Jongcheol Mappagi
2007 Kim Wonhyo (Male)
Park Jiseon (Female)
Byeon Kisoo (Male)
Shin Bongsun (Female)
Kim Daehui We Need Communication
2008 Park Seongkwang (Male)
Kim Kyunga (Female)
Hwang Hyeonhui (Male)
Park Jisun (Female)
Kim Byungman Master Show
2009 Heo Gyeonghwan (Male)
Oh Nami (Female)
Yun Hyeongbin (Male)
Kang Yumi
An Yeongmi (Female)
Park Seongho Teacher Kang's Dressing Room
2010 Choi Hyojong (Male)
Kim Yeonghui (Female)
Park Yeongjin (Male)
Heo Anna (Female)
Kim Byeongman (Male)
Park Jiseon (Female)
Double Debate
2011 Jeong Taeho (Male)
Lee Huigyeong (Female)
Kim Wonhyo
Choi Hyojong (Male)
Shin Bora (Female)
Kim Junho (Male)
Jeong Gyungmi (Female)
Solutions to Iffy Issues
2012 Kim Kiri (Male)
Park Soyeong (Female)
Heo Gyeonghwan
Jeong Taeho (Male)
Kim Jimin (Female)
Kim Junhyeon (Male)
Shin Bora (Female)
Brave Guys
2013 Lee Munjae (Male)
An Somi (Female)
Yu Minsang (Male)
Kim Minkyeong (Female)
Kim Junhyeon (Male)
Kim Jimin (Female)
The Yellow Sea
2014 Song Pilgeun (Male)
Lee Suji (Female)
Jo Yunho (Male)
Heo Anna (Female)
Kim Daehui (Male)
Kim Yeonghui (Female)
Late Love
2015 Lee Sejin (Male)
Lee Hyeonjeong (Female)
Lee Sanghun (Male)
Lee Suji (Female)
Yu Minsang (Male)
Kim Minkyeong (Female)
Minsang Debate
2016 Hong Hyeonho (Male)
Kim Seunghye (Female)
Song Yeonggil (Male)
Lee Hyeonjeong (Female)
Yu Minsang (Male)
Lee Suji (Female)
The Most Sensitive People

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