Jun Hye Bin Confirmed as Female Cast Member for "Jungle's Rules Season 2"
By Staff Writer | July 08, 2012 05:57 PM EDT
Jun Hye Bin was confirmed to be the new Female Cast Member for "Rule of the Jungle Season 2" which will be heading to Madagascar.
According to multiple sources involved, she decided to become a part of the cast. She had shown her skills in the previous New Year's Special back in January of "Jungle's Rules W", where she proved to be good at woodworking and climbing trees, reminiscent of a female warrior. She earned the nickname "Female Kim Byung Man."
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Jun Hye Bin has recently been praised for her role in JTBC's weekend drama, "Queen Insu", where she reprised the tragic role of Yoon. She hopes to move on from the heavyweight acting for a while and testing her limits on "Jungle's Rules".
The Madgascar expedition, which leaves the end of July, comprises of Kim Byung Man, Ricky Kim, Roh Woo Jin, 2AM's Jinwoon and Ryu Dam. They are waiting on the final male member addition.
"Rule of the Jungle" is a new survival variety show, which shows the cast interacting with the Natives of wherever they visit and the laughs that come with it.
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