Lee Seung-gi and Jasper Liu Pair Up for Netflix’s Twogether

In recent times, Netflix has been determined to bring to its viewers a variety of content. Ranging from K-drama to Anime and to every genre you can possibly think of. In a new venture, Netflix has secured the services of two of East Asia’s most in-demand young stars Lee Seung-gi and Jasper Liu, for unscripted travel variety show Twogether. The show is scheduled to go on air from June 26, 2020 – an absolute delight for fans!

Twogether, will be a six-part show that sees the pair begin by visiting Yogyakarta and Bali in Indonesia, then Bangkok and Chiang Mai in Thailand, and finally Pokhara and Kathmandu in Nepal. These are all locations that were recommended by their fans. If they successfully complete missions given in each city, they will be allowed to head to a special place to meet their waiting fans.

“Paired together for an unforgettable trip across Asia, stars Lee Seung-gi and Jasper Liu become buddies as they connect with fans and local cultures.” – Netflix.

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Lee Seung-gi and Jasper Liu

SangSang, the Korean company, will be producing the show. The production company is also known for various other popular shows like Family Outing and Running Man, as well as Netflix’s original series Busted! and Park Narae: Glamour Warning.

Lee Seung-gi is a South Korean musician, TV host, and actor with popular films like Love Forecast and The Princess and the Matchmaker and a prolific TV resume including Brilliant Legacy and My Girlfriend is a Nine-Tailed Fox to his credits.

Whereas, Jasper Liu is a Taiwanese movie star with films like More Than Blue, and Take Me to the Moon, and TV shows including Before We Get Married, and Netflix’s“Triad Princess to his credit.

The duo has earned to themselves a huge amount of stardom and love over the years. The announcement of the show has left fans eagerly waiting for Twogether to stream on Netflix this June while they quarantine and chill!

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