Omniscient Interfering View

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Omniscient Interfering View
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Hangul전지적 참견 시점
GenreReality television
Talk Show
Starring(Various artist)
Country of originSouth Korea
Original language(s)Korean
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes74 (as of 19 October 2019) (list of episodes)
Production
Production location(s)South Korea, Japan, Canada
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running time80–90 minutes
Production company(s)MBC
Release
Original networkMBC
First shown inSouth Korea
Original release10 March 2018 (2018-03-10) – present
External links
Website
Korean name
Hangul
Hanja
全知干預視角
Revised RomanizationEonjijeok Chamgyeon Sijeom
McCune–ReischauerChŏnjijŏng ch'amgyŏn shijŏm

Omniscient Interfering View (Korean전지적 참견 시점; RRJeonjijeok Chamgyeon Sijeom) is a South Korean television entertainment program, distributed and syndicated by MBC Saturdays at 11:05 pm (KST) since 10 March 2018.

Contents[edit]

Omniscient Interfering View is an observational entertainment show that uses a documentary style techniques to observe the life of the cast members and their managers. The cast members, a behavioral analysis expert, and occasionally guests, watch the videos in a studio setting and provide commentary. It follows a similar format to I Live Alone, which airs on the same channel on Fridays at the same time slot.

From episode 11 onward, the format has changed slightly to invite guests with their managers. The cast members and invited guests watch the videos as they observe and comment on the life of the invited guests and their managers. Occasionally the cast members and their managers are also observed and commented.

Airtime[edit]

Airdate Broadcast Start Time (KST)
10 March 2018 – present Part 1 Saturdays 11:05 pm
Part 2 Sundays 12:05 am

Cast[edit]

Pilot episode[edit]

For the two pilot episodes aired on 29 and 30 November 2017, the cast consisted of Jun Hyun-moo, Lee Young-ja, Song Eun-i, Yang Se-hyung, Seo Min (parasite doctor), Lee Jai-jin and Yang Jae-woong (psychiatrist). Seo Min and Lee Jai-jin were replaced by the time the show started its proper run.

Current cast/interferer[edit]

Name Duration Manager Notes
Jun Hyun-moo
전현무
Ep. 1 – present Han Jae-sung Han Jae-sung debuts in the 2018 MBC Entertainment Awards interview for Jun Hyun-moo's Entertainer of the Year Award on 29 December 2018.
Lee Young-ja
이영자
Ep. 1 – present Song Sung-ho (team leader) Song Sung-ho debuts in the pilot episodes. Lee Young-ja's 31st manager.
Lee Seok-min (probationary manager) Lee Seok-min debuts in episode 39.
Song Eun-i
송은이
Ep. 1 – present Kim Han-hee Kim Han-hee debuts in episode 58 during the show's MT tour.
Yang Se-hyung
양세형
Ep. 1 – present Kim Jae-seung Kim Jae-seung debuts in episode 39.
Yoo Byung-jae
유병재
Ep. 1 – present Yoo Gyu-seon Yoo Gyu-seon debuts in episode 1.

Former cast/interferer[edit]

Name Duration Manager Notes
Kim Saeng-min
김생민
Ep. 1 – 4 Hwang Soo-min Left the show following a news story about him harassing two female staff members at a party in 2008. Saeng-min apologized to the female staff members[1], and left all of his current programs.[2]
Lee Sang-eun
이상은
Ep. 1 – 10 Behavioural analysis specialist. Participates in the show only as an observer, to provide input on body language and behaviour.

Long-term guest appearances[edit]

List of long-term guests since episode 11.

Current[edit]

Name Duration Manager Notes
None

Former[edit]

Name Duration Manager Notes
Shin Hyun-joon
  • Ep. 11 – 12 (invited guest)
  • Ep. 13 – 25 (interferer)
Lee Kwan-yong
Park Sung-kwang
  • Ep. 13 – 14 (invited guest)
  • Ep. 15 – 52 (interferer)
Im Song (Former)[3] Park Sung-kwang left the show after Im Song quit as his manager.
Lee Seung-yoon
  • Ep. 28 – 29 (invited guest)
  • Ep. 30 – 40, 43 – 60 (interferer)
Kang Hyun-seok (Former)[4] Kang Hyun-seok got caught up in controversy over loaned money that he failed to repay. He resigned and they left the show.
Kim Dong-hyun
  • Ep. 60 – 62 (invited guest)
  • Ep. 63 – 67 (interferer)
Jung Yoo-seok

Episodes[edit]

Year Number of
Episodes
Broadcast Date
First aired Last aired
2018 34 10 March 2018 22 December 2018
2019 39 5 January 2019 TBC
Total 73

2018[edit]

List of episodes in 2018 (1–34)
Episode # Broadcast Date Guest(s) Remarks
1
10 March
Studio guests: Yang Jae-woong (psychiatrist), Yoo Byung-jae
2
17 March
3
24 March
Studio guest: Lee Won-il
Brief appearance by Park Sung-kwang
4
31 March
Studio guest: Lee Won-il
5
7 April
Studio guests: Nam Sang-il
Appearances by Hong Jin-young, Kim Soo-yong (comedian), Jo Se-ho (via phone)
  • Following his harassment controversy, Kim Saeng-min left the show.[2] He was edited out of this episode, and is only visible in wide shots from the studio.
6
14 April
Guest segment: Hong Jin-young
Studio guest: Kim Soo-yong (comedian)
Appearance by Moon Sang-hoon
7
21 April
Guest segment: Hong Jin-young
Studio guests: Kim Soo-yong (comedian), Park Ji-hoon (attorney)
Brief appearances by Min Kyung-hoon (via phone), Bong Gu (Gil Gu Bong Gu) (via phone), Huh Gak (via phone)
8
28 April
Studio guests: Kim Soo-yong (comedian), Park Ji-hoon (attorney)
9
5 May
Studio guests: Hong Jin-kyung, Han Hye-yeon
Appearances by Celeb Five (Ahn Young-mi, Kim Shin-young, Kim Young-hee, Shin Bong-sun), Kim Won-hee, Kim Yong-man
The program halted its broadcast for 2 months (12 May – 23 June) following a controversial clip in the episode on 5 May that used news footage from the Sewol ferry disaster for comedic purposes. [5]
10
30 June
Studio guests: Hong Jin-kyung, Han Hye-yeon
Brief appearances by Seungri (Big Bang), Shim So-young (YG model)
Episode # Broadcast Date Celebrity Guest(s) Protagonist(s) Guest Interferer(s) Manager Appearance(s) Remarks
11
7 July
Shin Hyun-joon Shin Hyun-joon Yeo Esther (nutritionist and doctor of preventive medicine)
Yang Jae-woong (psychiatrist)
Lee Kwan-yong (Shin Hyun-joon's manager)
Song Sung-ho (Lee Young-ja's manager)
12
14 July
13
21 July
Park Sung-kwang
Shin Hyun-joon
Park Sung-kwang
Lee Young-ja
Yang Jae-woong (psychiatrist) Im Song (Park Sung-kwang's manager)
Song Sung-ho (Lee Young-ja's manager)
14
28 July
15
4 August
Park Sung-kwang
Shin Hyun-joon
Lee Young-ja
Park Youn-hee (fashion designer) Im Song (Park Sung-kwang's manager)
Lee Kwan-yong (Shin Hyun-joon's manager)
Song Sung-ho (Lee Young-ja's manager)
16
11 August
  • Brief appearance of Lee Young-ja receiving awards at the 'Brand of the Year 2018 Awards Ceremony'.
17
18 August
Lee Su-hyun (AKMU) Shin Hyun-joon
Lee Young-ja
Yoo Byung-jae
Lee Su-hyun
Park Sung-kwang
Lee Kwan-yong (Shin Hyun-joon's manager)
Song Sung-ho (Lee Young-ja's manager)
Yoo Gyu-seon (Yoo Byung-jae's manager)
Im Song (Park Sung-kwang's manager)
18
25 August
No broadcast on 1 September due to 2018 Asian Games Live telecast of Japan vs South Korea Finals soccer match. [6]
19
8 September
Sunmi
Oh Nami
Park Sung-kwang
Sunmi
Lee Young-ja
Oh Nami (Stand-in for Song Eun-i)
Shin Hyun-joon
Im Song (Park Sung-kwang's manager)
Lee Hae-ju (Sunmi's manager)
Song Sung-ho (Lee Young-ja's manager)
20
15 September
21
22 September
Crush Park Sung-kwang
Shin Hyun-joon
Crush
Im Song (Park Sung-kwang's manager)
Lee Kwan-yong (Shin Hyun-joon's manager)
Kim Hyun-soo (Crush's manager)
22
29 September
23
6 October
Shim Hyung-tak Shim Hyung-tak
Park Sung-kwang
Yoo Byung-jae
Shin Hyun-joon Hwang Won-taek (Shim Hyung-tak's manager)
Im Song (Park Sung-kwang's manager)
Yoo Gyu-seon (Yoo Byung-jae's manager)
24
13 October
25
20 October
26
27 October
WINNER (Mino & Jinwoo) Mino
Lee Young-ja
Park Sung-kwang
Jinwoo Yoo Si-mon (Mino's Manager)
Song Sung-ho (Lee Young-ja's manager)
Im Song (Park Sung-kwang's manager)
27
3 November
28
10 November
Jung Hyung-suk (voice actor)
Lee Seung-yoon
Park Sung-kwang
Lee Young-ja
Lee Seung-yoon
Jung Hyung-suk Im Song (Park Sung-kwang's manager)
Song Sung-ho (Lee Young-ja's manager)
Kang Hyun-seok (Lee Seung-yoon's manager)
  • Brief appearances of Park Sung-kwang, Im Song and Gwang-Bok (Sung-kwang's pet) in KBS' Gag Concert.
29
17 November
30
24 November
Lee Seung-yoon
Yura (Girl's Day)
Yura
31
1 December
  • Brief appearance of Park Sung-kwang in 'Show! Music Core' as special MC.
32
8 December
Song Kyung-a Lee Seung-yoon
Yoo Byung-jae
Lee Young-ja
Park Sung-kwang
Song Kyung-a
Kang Hyun-seok (Lee Seung-yoon's manager)
Yoo Gyu-seon (Yoo Byung-jae's manager)
Song Sung-ho (Lee Young-ja's manager)
33
15 December
34
22 December
Hwang Kwanghee (ZE:A) Hwang Kwanghee
Park Sung-kwang
Lee Seung-yoon Yoo Si-jong (Hwang Kwanghee's manager)
Im Song (Park Sung-kwang's manager)
  • Hwang Kwanghee's first variety show appearance since formally discharged from the military.
No broadcast on 29 December due to 2018 MBC Entertainment Awards Live telecast.

2019[edit]

List of episodes in 2019 (35–present)
Episode # Broadcast Date Celebrity Guest(s) Protagonist(s) Guest Interferer(s) Manager Appearance(s) Remarks
35
5 January
Im Song (Park Sung-kwang's manager)
Kang Hyun-seok (Lee Seung-yoon's manager)
Yoo Gyu-seon (Yoo Byung-jae's manager)
  • 2018 MBC Entertainment Awards Special
36
12 January
Hwang Kwanghee (ZE:A) Hwang Kwanghee
Lee Seung-yoon
Park Sung-kwang Yoo Si-jong (Hwang Kwanghee's manager)
Kang Hyun-seok (Lee Seung-yoon's manager)
37
19 January
Byul Byul
Lee Seung-yoon
Lee Jae-hyung (Byul's manager)
Kang Hyun-seok (Lee Seung-yoon's manager)
  • Brief appearance by Haha (Byul's husband).
38
26 January
Lee Seung-yoon
Park Sung-kwang
Byul Kang Hyun-seok (Lee Seung-yoon's manager)
Im Song (Park Sung-kwang's manager)
39
2 February
Kim Soo-yong Kim Soo-yong
Lee Young-ja
Lee Seung-yoon
Park Sung-kwang
Kim Jae-seung (Yang Se-hyung's manager)
Song Sung-ho and Lee Seok-min (Lee Young-ja's managers)
  • Kim Soo-yong does not have a permanent manager. He works with five different comedian's manager and Kim Jae-seung is one of the managers.
  • Lee Seok-min is Lee Young-ja's probationary manager.
40
9 February
Lee Young-ja Park Sung-kwang
Lee Seung-yoon
Kim Soo-yong
Im Song (Park Sung-kwang's manager)
Song Sung-ho and Lee Seok-min (Lee Young-ja's managers)
  • Im Song visited her mother's restaurant as Park Sung-kwang was away due to SBS' Law of the Jungle in Chatham Islands filming.
41
16 February
Seventeen (Seungkwan & Mingyu) Park Sung-kwang
Lee Young-ja
Seungkwan
Mingyu
Im Song (Park Sung-kwang's manager)
Song Sung-ho (Lee Young-ja's manager)
42
23 February
Seventeen (all 13 members)
Park Sung-kwang
Jeon Young-hwan (Seventeen's manager)
Im Song (Park Sung-kwang's manager)
43
2 March
Claudia Kim Claudia Kim Park Sung-kwang
Lee Seung-yoon
Shim Jung-soo (Claudia Kim's manager)
  • Lee Seung-yoon is back in the studio as interferer.
  • The cast also celebrates the 1st anniversary of the show since debut.
Kim Soo-yong
  • Managers' MT Tour:
  • (5 managers gathered for a one-day MT Tour to Gapyeong)
  • Yoo Gyu-seon (Yoo Byung-jae's manager)
  • Kang Hyun-seok (Lee Seung-yoon's manager)
  • Im Song (Park Sung-kwang's manager)
  • Lee Kwan-yong (Shin Hyun-joon's manager)
  • Lee Seok-min (Lee Young-ja's probationary manager)
Park Sung-kwang
Lee Seung-yoon
Kim Soo-yong
44
9 March
  • Kim Jae-seung (Yang Se-hyung's manager) & Kim Soo-yong joined the 5 managers for the barbecue.
Claudia Kim Claudia Kim Park Sung-kwang
Lee Seung-yoon
Shim Jung-soo (Claudia Kim's manager)
45
16 March
Yoo Jae-hwan Yoo Jae-hwan
Lee Seung-yoon
Park Sung-kwang Kim Mi-hwan (Yoo Jae-hwan's manager)
Kang Hyun-seok (Lee Seung-yoon's manager)
  • Managers' MT Tour:
  • Yoo Gyu-seon (Yoo Byung-jae's manager)
  • Kang Hyun-seok (Lee Seung-yoon's manager)
  • Im Song (Park Sung-kwang's manager)
  • Lee Kwan-yong (Shin Hyun-joon's manager)
  • Lee Seok-min (Lee Young-ja's probationary manager)
  • Kim Jae-seung (Yang Se-hyung's manager)
  • Kim Soo-yong
Park Sung-kwang
Lee Seung-yoon
46
23 March
Yoo Jae-hwan Lee Seung-yoon
Yoo Jae-hwan
Park Sung-kwang Kang Hyun-seok (Lee Seung-yoon's manager)
Kim Mi-hwan (Yoo Jae-hwan's manager)
47
30 March
Lee Yong-jin Lee Seung-yoon
Lee Yong-jin
Kang Hyun-seok (Lee Seung-yoon's manager)
Park Yi-Re (Lee Yong-jin's manager)
48
6 April
49
13 April
Lee Chung-ah Lee Chung-ah
Lee Seung-yoon
Ahn Woo-yong (Lee Chung-ah's manager)
Kang Hyun-seok (Lee Seung-yoon's manager)
  • Lee Seung-yoon visited Paul Kim & Kim Yeon-woo for vocal training.
50
20 April
Lee Seung-yoon
Park Sung-kwang
Lee Chung-ah Kang Hyun-seok (Lee Seung-yoon's manager)
Im Song (Park Sung-kwang's manager)
  • Lee Seung-yoon visited Nam Sang-il & Han Kwan-hee for vocal training.
  • Park Sung-kwang, Im Song, Kim Ji-min & her manager volunteered at a dog shelter.
51
27 April
Ra Mi-ran
Cha Jung-won
Lee Seung-yoon
Ra Mi-ran
Park Sung-kwang
Cha Jung-won
Kang Hyun-seok (Lee Seung-yoon's manager)
Lee Na-ra (Ra Mi-ran's manager)
  • Lee Seung-yoon's appearance on King of Masked Singers.
  • Ra Mi-ran appears as a guest and stand-in for Song Eun-i who is performing with Celeb Five in Australia for Melbourne International Comedy Festival.[7]
52
4 May
Ra Mi-ran
Cha Jung-won
Park Sung-kwang
Lee Seung-yoon
Lee Na-ra (Ra Mi-ran's manager)
Kim Yoo-jae (Cha Jung-won's manager)
53
11 May
Cha Jung-won
Kang Min-kyung (Davichi)
Yang Se-hyung
Cha Jung-won
Kang Min-kyung
Lee Seung-yoon Byun Jin-soo (Yang Se-hyung's stylist)
Kim Yoo-jae (Cha Jung-won's manager)
54
18 May
Yang Se-hyung
Lee Young-ja
Lee Seung-yoon
Cha Jung-won
Kang Min-kyung
Byun Jin-soo (Yang Se-hyung's stylist)
Song Sung-ho (Lee Young-ja's manager)
  • Brief appearance of Im Song (Park Sung-kwang's manager)
No broadcast on 25 May 2019 due to 2019 FIFA U-20 World Cup match between Portugal & South Korea[8]
55
1 June
Kim Soo-yong
Sejeong (Gugudan)
Lee Young-ja
Yoo Byung-jae
Kim Soo-yong
Lee Seung-yoon
Sejeong
Song Sung-ho (Lee Young-ja's manager)
Yoo Gyu-seon (Yoo Byung-jae's manager)
  • Song Sung-ho & Lee Young-ja visited Im Song's alma-mater (Kookje University in Pyeongtaek) to give a lecture.
  • Yoo Byung-jae's birthday party with his fans & Kim Soo-yong as special guests.
56
8 June
Chungha
Song Ga-in
Chungha
Lee Seung-yoon
Song Ga-in Ryu Jin-ah (Chungha's manager)
Kang Hyun-seok (Lee Seung-yoon's manager)
  • Lee Seung-yoon & Kang Hyun-seok visited Canada for a magazine photo shoot (part 1).
No broadcast on 15 June 2019 due to 2019 FIFA U-20 World Cup match between Ukraine & South Korea[9]
57
22 June
Chungha
Song Ga-in
Chungha
Lee Seung-yoon
Song Ga-in Ryu Jin-ah (Chungha's manager)
Kang Hyun-seok (Lee Seung-yoon's manager)
  • Part 2 of Lee Seung-yoon & Kang Hyun-seok in Canada.
  • Kang Hyun-seok's final appearance in the show.
  • Preview of cast members' preparation for their MT outing.
58
29 June
Ahn Young-mi (Celeb Five)
Hwang Je-sung
  • Omniscient Interfering View MT outing:
  • Lee Young-ja
  • Jun Hyun-moo
  • Song Eun-i
  • Yoo Byung-jae
  • Yang Se-hyung
  • Lee Seung-yoon
Ahn Young-mi
Hwang Je-sung
Song Sung-ho (Lee Young-ja's manager)
Woo Ho-Rim (Jun Hyun-moo's hair stylist)
Kim Han-hee (Song Eun-i's manager)
Yoo Gyu-seon (Yoo Byung-jae's manager)
Choi Dong-chan (manager for various comedians)
  • Part 3 of Lee Seung-yoon & Kang Hyun-seok in Canada.
  • Kang Hyun-seok will be edited out from this episode and is only visible in wide shots.
59
6 July
  • Kang Hyun-seok will be edited out from this episode and is only visible in wide shots.
Hwang Je-sung Ahn Young-mi Choi Gun-woo (Hwang Je-sung's manager)
60
13 July
Ahn Young-mi (Celeb Five)
Kim Dong-hyun
  • Omniscient Interfering View MT outing:
  • Lee Young-ja
  • Jun Hyun-moo
  • Song Eun-i
  • Yoo Byung-jae
  • Yang Se-hyung
  • Lee Seung-yoon
Ahn Young-mi
Kim Dong-hyun
Song Sung-ho (Lee Young-ja's manager)
Woo Ho-Rim (Jun Hyun-moo's hair stylist)
Kim Han-hee (Song Eun-i's manager)
Yoo Gyu-seon (Yoo Byung-jae's manager)
Choi Dong-chan (manager for various comedians)
  • Kang Hyun-seok will be edited out from this episode and is only visible in wide shots.
  • Lee Seung-yoon's last appearance on the show.
61
20 July
Kim Dong-hyun
Kim Sook
Park Jin-joo
Kim Dong-hyun
Park Jin-joo
Kim Sook Jung Yoo-seok (Kim Dong-hyun's manager)
Seo Chang-il (Park Jin-joo's manager)
62
27 July
63
3 August
Kim Ho-young
Oh Dae-hwan
Lee Young-ja
Oh Dae-hwan
Kim Dong-hyun
Kim Ho-young
Song Sung-ho (Lee Young-ja's manager)
Kim Tae-hoon (Oh Dae-hwan's manager)
64
10 August
Oh Dae-hwan
Kim Dong-hyun
Kim Ho-young Kim Tae-hoon (Oh Dae-hwan's manager)
Jung Yoo-seok (Kim Dong-hyun's manager)
65
17 August
Shin Bong-sun (Celeb Five)
Jang Sung-kyu
  • Horror Special:
  • Jun Hyun-moo
  • Yoo Byung-jae
  • Yang Se-hyung
  • Kim Dong-hyun
Shin Bong-sun
Jang Sung-kyu
Yoo Gyu-seon (Yoo Byung-jae's manager)
Jung Yoo-seok (Kim Dong-hyun's manager)
  • In the Horror Special, the cast members, guest and their managers will enter the Haunted path and house to test their courage.
    • Kim Dong-hyun & Jung Yoo-seok (Team 1)
    • Jun Hyun-moo & Yang Se-hyung (Team 2)
    • Yoo Byung-jae & Yoo Gyu-seon (Team 3)
Jang Sung-kyu Shin Bong-sun Kim Yong-woon (Jang Sung-kyu's manager)
66
24 August
Jang Sung-kyu
Shin Bong-sun
Kim Yong-woon (Jang Sung-kyu's manager)
Song Eun-i (as Shin Bong-sun's one day manager)
  • Jang Sung-kyu's adventure as a part-timer at the Everland amusement park for a day.
  • Shin Bong-sun and Song Eun-i preparing and attending Kang Yu-mi's wedding reception.
  • Snippet of Celeb Five members at the salon preparing for their music video shoot.
67
31 August
Shin Bong-sun Jang Sung-kyu Song Eun-i (as Shin Bong-sun's one day manager)
  • Snippet of Celeb Five's music video shoot ("I wish I could unsee that").
Song Ga-in
Tei
Oh Dae-hwan
Oh Dae-hwan
Tei
Song Ga-in Kim Tae-hoon (Oh Dae-hwan's manager)
Cho Chan-hyeong (Tei's manager)
  • Oh Dae-hwan and Kim Tae-hoon go for their medical checkup and decided to go on diet.
68
7 September
  • Continuation of Oh Dae-hwan and Kim Tae-hoon's dieting program.
  • Tei becomes Cho Chan-hyeong's manager for the latter's photoshoot.
69
14 September
Oh Dae-hwan
Song Ga-in
Ddotty
Song Ga-in
Ddotty
Oh Dae-hwan Yoo Gyu-seon (Ddotty's temporary manager)
Kim Su-min (Song Ga-in's manager)
70
21 September
71
28 September
Shin Bong-sun (Celeb Five)
Ha Dong-kyun (Wanted)
Yoo Jae-hwan
Yoo Jae-hwan Shin Bong-sun
Ha Dong-kyun
  • Yoo Jae-hwan's first filming after sliming down.
Ha Dong-kyun (Wanted)
Oh Dae-hwan
Song Ga-in
Oh Dae-hwan Ha Dong-kyun
Song Ga-in
Kim Tae-hoon (Oh Dae-hwan's manager)
  • Oh Dae-hwan's commerical filming and dieting with Kim Tae-hoon.
72
5 October
Ha Dong-kyun (Wanted)
Shin Bong-sun (Celeb Five)
Yoo Jae-hwan
Ha Dong-kyun
Lee Young-ja
Yoo Byung-jae
Yang Se-hyung
Shin Bong-sun
Yoo Jae-hwan
Bae Won-ho (Ha Dong-kyun's manager)
Song Sung-ho (Lee Young-ja's manager)
Yoo Gyu-seon (Yoo Byung-jae's manager)
  • Song Sung-ho as emcee for the first birthday party for Chief Ahn's daughter. Chief Ahn was Young-ja's former manager.
73
12 October
Jang Sung-kyu
Ha Dong-kyun (Wanted)
Tei
Jang Sung-kyu
Ha Dong-kyun
Tei
Kim Yong-woon (Jang Sung-kyu's manager)
Bae Won-ho (Ha Dong-kyun's manager)
Cho Chan-hyeong (Tei's manager)
  • Jang Sung-kyu talk about his rookie experience as a Radio DJ in MBC (Good Morning FM) filmed on 30 September 2019.
  • Jun Hyun-moo also shared his experiences of being late while as a former Radio DJ in MBC.
  • Ha Dong-kyun and Bae Won-ho at Jeju island for a performance (2019 Gotjawal Forest Concert) with Dong-kyun's band members.
  • Tei and Cho Chan-hyeong attending opening pitch for Hanwha Eagles baseball team at Daejeon.
74
19 October
Ha Dong-kyun
Tei
Bae Won-ho (Ha Dong-kyun's manager)
Cho Chan-hyeong (Tei's manager)
Episode # Broadcast Date Celebrity Guest(s) Protagonist(s) Guest Interferer(s) Manager Appearance(s) Remarks

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 each year.
  • There are two ratings for each episode, as the show airs in two parts.

2018[edit]

List of ratings in 2018

2019[edit]

List of ratings in 2019

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Recipients Result Ref
2018 54th Baeksang Arts Awards Best Variety Performer – Female Song Eun-i Won [12]
18th MBC Entertainment Awards Grand Prize (Daesang) Lee Young-ja Won [13]
[14]
Jun Hyun-moo Nominated
Top Excellence Award, Variety Category (Male) Yang Se-hyung Nominated
Top Excellence Award, Variety Category (Female) Song Eun-i Won
Excellence Award, Variety Category (Male) Park Sung-kwang Won
Yoo Byung-jae Nominated
Scriptwriter of the Year Yeo Hyun-jeon Won
Popularity Award Im Song (Park Sung-kwang's manager)
Kang Hyun-seok (Lee Seung-yoon's manager)
Song Sung-ho (Lee Young-ja's manager)
Yoo Gyu-seon (Yoo Byung-jae's manager)
Won
Best Entertainer Award (Variety) Yoo Byung-jae Won
Entertainer of the Year Award Jun Hyun-moo Won
Lee Young-ja Won
Best Couple Award Park Sung-kwang & Im Song (Park Sung-kwang's manager) Won
Lee Young-ja & Song Sung-ho (Lee Young-ja's manager) Nominated
Variety Show of the Year Award Omniscient Interfering View Nominated
2019 55th Baeksang Arts Awards Best Variety Performer – Female Lee Young-ja Won [15]
Best Variety Performer – Male Yoo Byung-jae Nominated
Best Entertainment Program Omniscient Interfering View Won

Controversies[edit]

2018[edit]

Kim Saeng-min[edit]

On 2 April, Korean media outlet Dispatch broke a story about Kim Saeng-min harassing two female staff members at a party in 2008. One of the afflicted staff members received an apology in 2008, whilst the other spoke about trying to raise the issue, but being slowly pushed out of the program by other staff members, before she eventually quit her job as a staff member on the program.[1][16]

Upon being contacted by Dispatch regarding the story, Kim Saeng-min apologized to the former staff member, and later released an official apology through his agency. He then withdrew from all of his current TV and radio programs, including Omniscient Interfering View.[2]

Fishcake controversy[edit]

During the 5 May broadcast, the show used a censored clip from MBC News coverage of the Sewol Ferry disaster with the headline "Lee Young-ja makes shocking confession while eating fish cakes". This sparked a controversy, as users of the controversial online community Ilbe had used the term "fish cakes" to refer to the victims of the Ferry disaster. Both the production staff and the MBC president immediately apologized, and launched an internal investigation of the issue.[17] The program was temporarily halted, and went off-air for 7 weeks before returning to air on 30 June 2018.[18]

2019[edit]

Fraud case[edit]

During the 20 July broadcast, the show display a subtitle notice to alert the audiences that "the production team does not ask for money with the filming". During the recent production, someone has been masquerading as a supporter for money and the production is requesting to avoid, and be careful as the production crew will never ask for money.[19]

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