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Gary Apologizes for Quitting Debacle on 'Running Man'

By Staff Writer | October 08, 2012 11:54 AM EDT

Gary Apologizes for Quitting Debacle on 'Running Man'

Leessang's Gary officially apologized.

Gary came back to SBS "Running Man" this past Sunday and he apologized for announcing that he would quit all his variety programs after the debacle surrounding the "Super 7 Concert." He said, "I'm sorry I made everyone worry. I'll work even harder. When will I stop wandering?" and gave everyone a box of apple juice. 

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After that, Yoo Jae Suk said, "That's why Gary gave out the boxes of apple juice..." and mentioned his gift. Gary said, "I was going to write a letter..."

This episode of "Running Man" recorded 15.5% on the ratings. KBS "Happy Sunday" recorded 14.0% and MBC's two programs recorded 3.9% and 5.7% respectively. 

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