Salty Tour

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Salty Tour
Salty Tour.jpg
Salty Tour Promotional Poster
Also known asThrifter's Guide to Luxurious Travels
Genre
Starring
Country of originSouth Korea
Original language(s)Korean
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes55 (as of December 22, 2018) (list of episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s)Son Chang-woo
Production location(s)South Korea
Running time80 minutes
Release
Original networktvN
Original releaseNovember 25, 2017 (2017-11-25) – present
External links
Website

Salty Tour (Hangul짠내투어) is a South Korean television program. It airs on tvN on every Saturday at 22:30 (KST) beginning November 25, 2017.

Yeo Hoe-hyun has not appeared on the show after the episode on December 30, 2017.

On April 3, 2018 it was announced that Kim Saeng-min has stepped down from the show following his recent apology for a past sexual harassment incident.[1]

On May 23, 2018 it was confirmed that Moon Se-yoon and Heo Kyung-hwan will join the show's permanent cast, with the former joining from the episode on May 26 and the latter to join from the episode on June 16.[2]

Program[edit]

For every city/country, 2 or 3 of the cast members (or sometimes an invited guest) are assigned as 1-day tour guides and are given the same budget per person. With a fixed budget, the tour guides have to attempt to provide a best vacation experience. The judging of the 1-day tours will be done by the remaining cast members and invited guests, based on the food, places of interest and accommodation for each day. The winning tour guide can get to enjoy a Small Luxury that each of the tour guide wants to enjoy after being the winning tour guide of the destination.

Cast[edit]

Former[edit]

Episodes[edit]

2017[edit]

List of episodes (episode 1–6)
Ep. Broadcast Date Tour # Destination Guest(s) Winning Tour Guide Small Luxury Note(s)
1 - 3 November 25
December 2
December 9
1 Japan (Osaka) No guests Jung Joon-young One night stay at a Ryokan
(Jung Joon-young chose Kim Saeng-min to accompany him)
N/A
4 - 6 December 16
December 23
December 30
2 Thailand (Bangkok, Hua Hin) Kim Saeng-min Top class massage and spa
(Kim Saeng-min chose Park Na-rae to accompany him)

2018[edit]

List of episodes (episode 7–56)
Ep. Broadcast Date Tour # Destination Guest(s) Winning Tour Guide Small Luxury Note(s)
7 January 6 3 Hong Kong Heo Kyung-hwan
Kyungri (Nine Muses)
Park Na-rae Speakeasy Bar
(Park Na-rae chose Heo Kyung-hwan to accompany her)
N(A)
8 January 13
9 January 20
10 January 27
11 February 3 4 Japan (Fukuoka, Kitakyushu, Shimonoseki) Microdot Jung Joon-young Huis Ten Bosch
(Jung Joon-young chose Kim Saeng-min to accompany him)
  • No broadcast on February 17 due to Lunar New Year
12 February 10
13 February 24
14 March 3 5 Singapore Heo Kyung-hwan
One
Park Na-rae[a] 1-Altitude (Rooftop bar at One Raffles Place)
(Kim Ji-min chose Park Myeong-su and Heo Kyung-hwan to accompany her)
  • Park Myeong-su is absent due to other schedules
15 March 10 N(A)
16 March 17 Malaysia (Johor Bahru)
17 March 24 Singapore Heo Kyung-hwan
Kim Ji-min
One
  • Park Na-rae is absent due to other schedules
18 March 31 6 Taiwan (Taipei) Hani (EXID) Kim Saeng-min National Palace Museum
(Kim Saeng-min chose Hani to accompany him)
  • No broadcast on April 7
  • Kim Saeng-min has been edited out for the rest of the entire Taiwan tour starting from episode 19 and has left the show
19 April 14
20 April 21
21 April 28 7 Russia (Vladivostok) Microdot
JooE (Momoland)
Jung Joon-young Custom cocktail bar
(Jung Joon-young chose Microdot to accompany him)
N(A)
22 May 5
23 May 12
24 May 19
25 May 26 8 United States (Los Angeles) Sunny (Girls' Generation)
Chanyeol (EXO)
Jung Joon-young The Beverly Hills Hotel
(Jung Joon-young chose Chanyeol to accompany him)
  • Moon Se-yoon joins the show as part of the permanent cast
26 June 2 N(A)
27 June 9
28 June 16 9 United States (San Francisco) Sunny (Girls' Generation)
Chanyeol (EXO)
Song Kang [ko]
Park Myeong-su GoCar Tours + In Situ
(Park Myeong-su chose Sunny to accompany him)
  • Heo Kyung-hwan joins the show as part of the permanent cast from episode 28
  • Moon Se-yoon and Park Na-rae are absent due to personal schedules
29 June 23
30 June 30
31 July 7 10 Vietnam (Hanoi, Ninh Bình) Yoo Min-sang [ko]
Jang Do-yeon
Park Na-rae Top of Hanoi
(Park Na-rae chose Jang Do-yeon to accompany her)
  • Close Friends Special
  • Heo Kyung-hwan is absent for the whole tour
  • Park Myeong-su is absent for only episode 33
32 July 14
33 July 21 Yoo Min-sang [ko]
Jang Do-yeon
Park Jae-jung
34 July 28
35 August 4
36 August 11 11 China (Xiamen) Jo Se-ho
Seungri (Big Bang)
Sejeong (Gugudan)
Jung Joon-young Top class club in Xiamen
(Jung Joon-young chose Seungri to accompany him)
  • Moon Se-yoon is absent for the whole tour
  • Seungri is the first guest to be a 1-day tour guide
37 August 18
38 August 25
39 September 1
40 September 8
41 September 15 12 Japan (Sapporo, Otaru) Lee Soo-kyung Heo Kyung-hwan
+
Moon Se-yoon
One night stay at a Ryokan
  • Heo Kyung-hwan and Moon Se-yoon worked together as the tour guides for Day 3
42 September 22
43 September 29
44 October 6
45 October 13 13 Indonesia (Bali) Hong Seok-cheon
Jang Do-yeon
Nayoung (Gugudan)
Jung Joon-young Bali style massage and Party bike
(Jung Joon-young chose Hong Seok-cheon to accompany him)
  • Heo Kyung-hwan is absent for the whole tour
  • Park Na-rae is absent for Day 3 due to other schedules, with Park Jae-jung replacing her for the day
46 October 20
47 October 27 Hong Seok-cheon
Jang Do-yeon
Nayoung (Gugudan)
Park Jae-jung
48 November 3
49 November 10 14 Czech Republic (Prague) Kim Jong-min
Hani (EXID)
Park Na-rae One night stay at One Room Hotel
(Park Na-rae chose Hani to accompany her)
  • Kim Jong-min is the second guest to be a 1-day tour guide
50 November 17
51 November 24
52 December 1
53 December 8 15 Hungary (Budapest) Kim Jong-min
Hani (EXID)
Yeo Hoe-hyun
TBA
  • Park Na-rae is absent for the whole tour
54 December 15
55 December 22
56 December 29

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.

2017[edit]

List of ratings (episode 1–6)
Ep. # Broadcast date Average audience share
AGB Nielsen[3] TNmS Ratings[4]
Nationwide Seoul Capital Area Nationwide
1 November 25 2.934% 3.394% 3.1%
2 December 2 3.110% 3.251% 2.9%
3 December 9 2.903% 3.371% 3.0%
4 December 16 3.101% 3.317% 2.9%
5 December 23 3.607% 3.805% 3.2%
6 December 30 3.053% 3.534% 3.2%

2018[edit]

Ep. # Broadcast date Average audience share
AGB Nielsen[3] TNmS Ratings[4]
Nationwide Seoul Capital Area Nationwide
7 January 6 3.153% 3.435% 4.2%
8 January 13 4.120% 4.478% 4.1%
9 January 20 3.668% 4.558% 3.8%
10 January 27 3.826% 4.622% 4.2%
11 February 3 3.407% 3.859% 4.2%
12 February 10 3.976% 4.686% 4.3%
13 February 24 2.619% 3.080% 3.0%
14 March 3 3.425% 4.221% 3.6%
15 March 10 3.363% 3.643% 3.4%
16 March 17 3.836% 5.011% 3.5%
17 March 24 3.406% 4.457% 2.8%
18 March 31 3.549% 4.219% 3.1%
19 April 14 2.760% 3.168% 3.2%
20 April 21 3.321% 4.583% 2.7%
21 April 28 3.433% 4.316% 2.9%
22 May 5 2.770% 3.321% 2.9%
23 May 12 3.275% 4.103% 3.7%
24 May 19 3.090% 4.022% 2.8%
25 May 26 3.611% 3.996% 3.6%
26 June 2 3.539% 4.324% NR
27 June 9 3.599% 4.561%
28 June 16 2.584% 3.538%
29 June 23 2.732% 3.217%
30 June 30 2.653% 3.545%
31 July 7 3.691% 4.225%
32 July 14 3.359% 3.952%
33 July 21 3.578% 4.013%
34 July 28 3.982% 5.218%
35 August 4 3.612% 4.281%
36 August 11 3.932% 5.037%
37 August 18 3.591% 4.753%
38 August 25 3.941% 5.054%
39 September 1 2.704% 3.100%
40 September 8 3.668% 4.627%
41 September 15 3.442% 4.228%
42 September 22 3.500% 4.112%
43 September 29 3.406% 4.440%
44 October 6 3.155% 3.613%
45 October 13 3.034% 3.594%
46 October 20 2.823% 3.492%
47 October 27 2.515% 3.089%
48 November 3 2.565% 3.277%
49 November 10 3.103% 3.917%
50 November 17 3.115% 4.086%
51 November 24 3.012% 3.825%
52 December 1 3.144% 3.927%
53 December 8 2.568% 3.009%
54 December 15 1.942% 2.251%
55 December 22 % %
  • Note that the show airs on a cable channel (pay TV), which plays part in its slower uptake and relatively small audience share when compared to programs broadcast (FTA) on public networks such as KBS, SBS, MBC or EBS.
  • NR rating means "not reported".
  • TNmS have stopped publishing their rating report from June 2018.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Kim Ji-min will replace her to enjoy the Small Luxury

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Kim Saeng Min Steps Down From All 7 Shows Following Sexual Harassment Apology". Soompi. April 3, 2018. Retrieved April 3, 2018.
  2. ^ Jang Jin-ri (May 23, 2018). "[공식입장] 문세윤-허경환, '짠내투어' 고정 합류 "새로운 재미 선사할 것"". OSEN (in Korean). Retrieved May 23, 2018.
  3. ^ a b "Top 10 list for TV programs [select the date from drop-down menu]". Nielsen Korea (in Korean). Retrieved September 18, 2017.
  4. ^ a b "TNMS Ratings on Naver". Naver (in Korean). Retrieved September 18, 2017.

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