Join Kpop boy band Wanna One as they embark on a special two-day trip together to Jeju Island. See the dorky and cute sides of the members of the band as they travel together for the first time as a whole group in variety show.
A happy healing journey that Wanna One always wanted. Watch the members of Wanna One enjoying themselves playing Go Kart, eating nice food, driving around, playing games, being goofy in their interactions, fishing, enjoying at theme park and more.
Wanna One is a South Korean boy band formed through the 2017 survival competition Produce 101 Season 2. The group is composed of eleven members: Kang Daniel, Park Ji-hoon, Lee Dae-hwi, Kim Jae-hwan, Ong Seong-wu, Park Woo-jin, Lai Kuan-lin, Yoon Ji-sung, Hwang Min-hyun, Bae Jin-young and Ha Sung-woon.
Out of an initial 101 trainees representing various agencies, the final 11 were chosen by audience voting and announced via live television broadcast.
As one of the most popular idol groups in Korea, Wanna One is a project group unlike the usual idol groups in Korea. In the latest group reputation ranking, the band maintains its top 3 position, and member Kang Daniel ranked top among individual idols for consecutive 11 months.
Wanna Travel S1 airs on K-PLUS Saturday and Sunday at 9:15 p.m..Viewers can still watch the show even without cable subscription by purchasing Easy TV.
K-PLUS is seen on Ch. 11 on Easy TV. Visit www.easytv.ph or contact 817- 7000 for more details (service only available in Metro Manila). K-PLUS is available on Cable Link Ch. 222 in Metro Manila, on GSAT Ch. 21 and over 100 provincial Cable Affiliates.
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