Where they discussed the concert with backstage footage of Hye-sung's knee injury during the encore of the second concert. On the way tries they tried to prank Eric with a hidden camera, for the first time in 14 years.
Members must complete a number of missions, however they are all fixed to make Eric lose, and receive punishments each time.
), a South Korean variety television programme, broadcast on general cable channel Joongang Tongyang Broadcasting Company (j TBC).
The show is hosted by the six-member boy band Shinhwa: Eric Mun, Lee Min-woo, Kim Dong-wan, Shin Hye-sung, Jun Jin and Andy Lee. On 13 October, the show was given a new timeslot and changed format, from episode 33 on 28 October, it aired on Sundays at , where member received Private Tutorials on various topics.
The lyrics in question, in the style of a first-person narrative, express an unwillingness on the part of the subject to "give" herself or her heart to her partner.
Cube Entertainment responded to the ban by stating that the song was intended to be "about the pure feelings of a girl to a guy" and that they were very disappointed by the decision.
It was first released as Version A, on May 13, 2010 by SM Entertainment.
The album, as to the information provided by South Korean album chart Gaon, sold a cumulative total of 300,000 copies of all versions, awarding the album as the "best selling album of 2010" and outselling their previous award-winning studio effort Sorry, Sorry.
At the completion of the mission all the Shinhwa members visited a public bathhouse for the first time in their 14-year career.
Each member cosplay a superhero with Andy as James Bond, Dongwan as Superman, Eric as Six Million Dollar Man, Minwoo as Wonder Woman, Jun Jin as Invisible Man and Hyesung as Tarzan, in a series of mission to save the President’s daughter.