About The Program
Isn't traveling about experiencing the lifestyle of locals, not just simply appreciating the scenery?Real lifestyle experience is becoming a hot topic among foreigners interested in Korea…Keeping with this trend, "The Threes" eschews the formula of other travel programs that are all about introducing tourist attractions! Introducing Korea's lifestyle from foreigners' perspective based on three themes: trends, traditions and emotions, "The Threes" premieres on March 28.
Recently, "reaction contents" have gained popularity among Koreans.These contents are videos that show foreigners' reactions to Korean culture, such as K-pop and traditional foods. They convey both Koreans' curiosity about foreigners' strange reactions to what they're familiar with and foreigners' unique perspectives on Korean culture. And the emotions that penetrate both perspectives are a new take on fun.
Breaking away from traditional Korean travel programs that simply focus on sceneries, this program not only arouses interest in Korean culture but also promotes it to the world.We created an intersection of foreigners' unique perspectives and familiar Korean culture by reflecting foreigners' reactions and their emotional take on Korea.
After deciding on themes that show Korea's culture, sentiments and lifestyle, we rediscover its culture via the perspectives of three foreign MCs. This will enable Koreans to see our culture from different perspectives and foreigners to discover unique cultural aspects.
Speed is what counts in this world. We introduce Korea's famous and trendy tech culture, the people, spaces and landscapes. Przemysław Krompiec, a Pole studying at the Graduate School of Advanced Imaging Science, Multimedia & Film at Chung-Ang University, appears as a presenter and talks about today's trendy Korea.
Korea is a country that rose from the ashes after the Korean War. We showcase Korea's tradition and culture of 5,000 years and people's desire to turn back the clock on distant memories. Christian, who majored in marketing and advertising and enjoys playing the haegeum, appears as a presenter and reinterprets Korea's traditions.
What represents Korea's hurry-hurry culture is high-speed Internet. It is an IT heaven. But warm and soft affection exists in the whirlwind. We look at Korea's sentiments and emotions. Ariane, versatile and full of knowledge about cultural contents, including travel, beauty, fashion, gossip and psychology, appears as a presenter and talks about the emotional aspects of today's Korea.