As established in my last post I am indeed a media whore and to prove it I'll be on KBS this Friday along with my theatrical colleagues. At 4.00 pm we'll be appearing on TV유치원 파니파니, a kids' variety show. Tune in for all sorts of excitement, including a rare chance to witness me playing the clarinet badly on national television...
Until then, I'll leave you all with some of the highlights from our day out at KBS...
Armed with a handful of props, a rack full of costumes and our own painted faces we headed off last Thursday to the KBS studios in Yeoido.
We endeavored to make the most embarrassing entrance possible, sending our Clown into the lobby, tooting the horns on her tiny tricycle as she went.
First stop the luxury dressing room.
Not the nicest of places to get naked in, but we've all seen worse. If I could show you pictures of some of the dressing rooms I've been in...
Then it was up to the glamourous canteen on the third floor.
Pretty much a standard cafeteria menu.
However, it was all quite tasty. The stewed Spanish Mackerel was beautifully tender, though the 청국장찌개 tasted more like your standard 됀장.
As you can see, everyone was delighted to be there.
And I took the opportunity for some rebellion. Yeah, watching SBS in the KBS building! I was born to be wild! I'm a rebel without a cause! I'm a... oh, wait. This isn't really as exciting or cool as I thought it might be...
Behold the hippest dude on KBS.
The filming itself went well, I was rather too busy to take photos, but I've been assured that I'll be able to get my hands on a video at some point. Top marks to the KBS team, who were slick, smooth and treated us very kindly.
So tune in at 4.00 pm this Friday when you'll see a load of balls being thrown at adults in bad fancy dress and a team of Five Fools pretending they know which camera to look at.