Hyori's Homestay

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Hyori's Homestay
Hyori's Homestay.jpg
Promotional poster
GenreReality
Variety
Directed by
  • Jung Hyo-min
  • Ma Geon-young
  • Kang Mi-so
  • Kim Hak-min
  • Park Ji-ae
  • Kim Soo-jin
  • Park Sung-hwan
  • Ha Na-ryong
  • Kim Ji-yoon
  • Park In-ho[1]
StarringLee Hyori
Lee Sang-soon
Country of originSouth Korea
Original language(s)Korean
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes30
Production
Executive producer(s)Yoon Hyun-joon
Production location(s)South Korea
Running time100 minutes
Production company(s)S.M. C&C[2]
Release
Original networkJTBC
Original releaseJune 25, 2017 (2017-06-25) –
May 20, 2018 (2018-05-20)

Hyori's Homestay (Korean효리네 민박; RRHyorine Minbak; lit. Hyori's Bed and Breakfast) is a South Korean television program starring celebrity couple Lee Hyori and Lee Sang-soon.[3][4] It aired on JTBC on Sundays at 20:50 (KST); the first episode aired on June 25, 2017.[4] The show is set at the residence of Hyo-ri and Lee Sang-soon in Jeju Island, where they opened a B&B.

Cast[edit]

Main[edit]

Employees[edit]

Season 1[edit]

Season 2[edit]

Guests[edit]

Season 1
Guests Episode #
Gimhae Girls 1 – 3
The Explorers 2 – 8
Seoul Siblings 4 – 7
Haman Elder Couple 3 – 6
Wangsimni Flower Boys 5 – 8
Seoul Sisters 6 – 8
Seongnam Couple 8 – 10
Jung Dami 9 – 10
Daegu Coworkers 10 – 12
The Police Women 11 – 12
Music Major Students 12 – 13
Incheon Twins 12 – 14
Long Distance Couple 12 – 14
Season 2
Guests Episode #
The Judo Quintet 2 – 5
Yeon Sisters 3 – 5
Surfer Team 3 – 8
Backpacker Team 5 – 10
Daejeon Fin.K.L 6 – 8
Surgery Team 6 – 8
Father and Son 8 – 11
Wedding Photography Couple 8 – 11
Highschool-friend Soldiers 10 – 11
First Foreigner
(First guests of season 2.5, the Spring edition)
12 – 15
Motorbike Duo 12 – 15
15-years Female Friend Couple 14 – 15
Four-members Family 14 – 15

Ratings[edit]

In the ratings below, the highest rating for the show will be in red, and the lowest rating for the show will be in blue.

Season 1[edit]

Ep. Broadcast date AGB Nielsen Korea[7]
Nationwide Seoul
1 June 25, 2017 5.842% 6.391%
2 July 2, 2017 6.186% 7.250%
3 July 9, 2017 6.984% 8.109%
4 July 16, 2017 6.745% 7.581%
5 July 23, 2017 7.211% 8.035%
6 July 30, 2017 6.172% 6.439%
7 August 6, 2017 7.508% 8.641%
8 August 13, 2017 7.496% 8.134%
9 August 20, 2017 9.995% 11.055%
10 August 27, 2017 7.820% 8.192%
11 September 3, 2017 8.155% 8.893%
12 September 10, 2017 8.448% 9.798%
13 September 17, 2017 8.147% 9.178%
14 (Special) September 24, 2017 8.080% 9.523%
  • Episode 9 broke the record set by any JTBC variety program. At the time, it was the highest-rated variety show episode of its network JTBC.[8]

Season 2[edit]

Ep. Broadcast date AGB Nielsen Korea[7]
Nationwide Seoul
1 February 4, 2018 8.016% 9.116%
2 February 11, 2018 7.726% 8.988%
3 February 18, 2018 4.669% 5.195%
4 February 25, 2018 6.718% 7.570%
5 March 4, 2018 7.142% 8.129%
6 March 11, 2018 9.157% 11.156%
7 March 18, 2018 10.750% 12.162%
8 March 25, 2018 8.329% 10.173%
9 April 1, 2018 7.178% 8.674%
10 April 8, 2018 7.395% 8.940%
11 April 15, 2018 6.543% 7.341%
12 April 22, 2018 6.929% 7.625%
13 April 29, 2018 5.770% 6.367%
14 May 6, 2018 5.871% 6.247%
15 May 13, 2018 5.621% 6.001%
16 (special) May 20, 2018 3.417% 3.957%
  • Episode 6 marks Park Bo-gum's arrival as part-time worker. At the time, it is the highest-rated variety show episode of its network JTBC.[9]
  • Episode 7 overtook episode 6's record and received double-digit ratings. It registered the highest audience share for both seasons of the show.[10] Chief Producer Yoon Hyun-joon stated, "I cannot deny that there is a "Park Bo-gum effect" on the ratings."[11]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Recipient Result Ref.
2018 54th Baeksang Arts Awards Best Entertainment Program Hyori's Homestay Season 2 Won [12]

References[edit]

  1. ^ ""Hyori's Homestay" Current Production Team". JTBC (in Korean). Retrieved April 2, 2018.
  2. ^ "smentertainment DRAMA/TV SHOW/MUSICAL". smentertainment. Retrieved October 18, 2018.
  3. ^ Kim, Eun-ae (2017-04-19). 이효리, JTBC '효리네 민박'으로 전격 컴백..5월 촬영 (in Korean). OSEN. Retrieved 2017-08-27.
  4. ^ a b Kim, Eun-ae (2017-06-25). '효리네' 이효리♥이상순, 결혼도 민박집 오픈도 참 잘했다(ft.아이유) (in Korean). OSEN. Retrieved 2017-08-27.
  5. ^ Yang, Ji-yeon (2018-01-08). [공식입장] JTBC 측 "윤아, '효리네 민박2' 알바생 확정…오늘 첫 녹화" (in Korean). Sedaily. Retrieved 2018-01-08.
  6. ^ "[공식입장] '효리네 민박2' 측 "박보검, 오늘부터 3일 단기알바 투입"". XSportsNews.
  7. ^ a b "Nielsen Korea". Nielsen Korea. Retrieved March 31, 2018.
  8. ^ ""Hyori's Homestay" Becomes JTBC's Most-Watched Variety Show Ever With Latest Episode". news1.
  9. ^ "JTBC '효리네 민박2' 역대 예능 최고 시청률 11.2%기록..."분당 최고 14%"". JTBC.
  10. ^ "'효리네 민박2' 10% 돌파, 박보검 만능 알바 효과 톡톡". TV Daily.
  11. ^ "[직격인터뷰]'효리네2' CP "10% 돌파, 박보검-윤아 최상의 조합 덕분"". Newsen.
  12. ^ "[2018 백상예술대상 종합] tvN '비밀의 숲'·영화 '1987' 대상 영예+3·4관왕". Osen (in Korean). May 4, 2018.

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