“Having traveled into the depths of the Amazon River, I didn’t think I would encounter something more challenging. But I was wrong. This was harder,” stated Mir.
He added that “the show is brutally real. We see cameras around us but writers and producers keep a distance from us and don’t even make eye contact with us. We are not allowed to ask for any kind of help. I had no choice but to fend for myself. This experience will certainly help with my consideration for other MBLAQ members whom I live with under the same roof. I feel more of a man than before.”
Mir, who has not served in the military yet, admitted that “people have told me that I will be a changed man once I experience military service. That I will learn diligence and teamwork. I doubted much of it but seeing how much I changed in a span of a short week, I am convinced.” As for when he would serve his military duties, he stated that “when the time is right, I will go like a man.”
The new show ‘Real Man’ features the joys and struggles of male celebrities who enter military service for 5 nights and 6 days. With no interruption or aid from staff members, it may be as real as it gets. The show premieres on the 14th at 6:25PM local time.