Ha Do-kwon, “There is no light that goes to level S!” ‘Holmes!’

Ha Do-kwon nailed that lights and college had nothing to do with him.

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MBC entertainment program ‘Save me! In ‘Holmes’, a family of five who are preparing a house for the first time in 20 years appeared as a client.

Jang Dong-min, director Jo Hee-seon, and Ha Do-kwon of the Bok team, who went to Nonhyeon-dong, Incheon, showed confidence, saying the conditions were good. The sale the three found met the client’s conditions, such as being 1 minute away from the bus stop and being close to the market. The property was a flat which was completed in 1999 and was remodeled two years ago.

The listing exuded oligo modeling dignity from the moment he entered the front door. The three people who entered through the middle door that opened on both sides admired the lights in the living room.

Director Cho Hee-seon said, “It looks like 4500k,” and said that the person taking the test is in the best condition to concentrate. When Jang Dong-min said, “S University Lighting,” Ha Do-kwon laughed by saying, “I came out of S University, but there is no lighting like that.”

The property earned the nickname ‘4 Rest’ because there are four parks nearby. The house sold for 470 million won.

On this day’s broadcast, Ha Do-kwon and Jo Hee-seon appeared as intern coordinators on the Bok team, and Jeong Jin-woon and Heo Woong on the Duck team. In addition, Kim Sook, Park Na-rae, Yang Se-hyeong, Yang Se-chan, Jang Dong-min, and Park Young-jin appeared as panels.

MBC’s ‘Save Me Holmes’, a unique entertainment program that will include a wide range of fun, practicality and a new approach to housing, is broadcast every Sunday at 10:45pm.

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