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Running Man China Vs Running Man Korea 2016
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Running Man Korea vs Running Man China
Running Man Korea vs Running Man China

Running Man Korea vs Running Man China

Master Lin in Seoul
Master Lin in Seoul

Seoul, Korea With the unexpected passing of her father, management of the family's Chinese restaurant is left to Park Sun-hee. A rival restaurant schemes to shut them down. Time is running out for Sun-hee with no head chef... Chengdu, China Lin Fei is a master of Sichuan cuisine. He is tasked by his Master's wife to bring home Jianing, the daughter, who left China for South Korea at the age of 16 when Lin Fei said he wanted to marry her. Lin Fei heads to South Korea to find Jianing only to find..

Running Man International Movie
Running Man International Movie

In the adventurous spirit of South Korea's wildly popular reality show "Running Man," two teams comprised of Chinese celebrities — Wang Baoqiang, Li Chen, Zheng Kai, Angelababy, Chen He, and South Korean singer and TV personality Kim Jong Kook — embark on an epic and competitive quest requiring fast thinking, street smarts and teamwork. Amidst working out clashing personalities and silly hijinks, which team will take home the ultimate prize?

Running Man
Running Man

Running Man (Korean: ???) is a South Korean variety show; a part of SBS’s Good Sunday lineup, along with K-pop Star (K? ??). It was first aired on July 11, 2010. This show is classified as an “urban action variety”; a never-before-seen new genre of variety shows. The MCs and guests complete missions in a landmark to win the race. It has garnered attention as being the come-back program for Yu Jae-suk, the main MC of the program, after leaving Good Sunday’s Family Outing in February 2010.

A Wacky Switch
A Wacky Switch

Dong-Hwa is a complete loser, whose first novel called 'I met Kafka' brought the publishing company bankruptcy. To bring home the bacon, he tries to drive a taxi but only ends up running over someone. One day Dong-Hwa is offered a job to do ghostwriting for a CEO named Man-Chul, who turns out to be the ringleader of the biggest criminal syndicate in Korea. Dong-Hwa soon finds himself perfectly at ease in the mob, while Man-Chul starts learning about the other part of the world.