A reality show featuring five celebrity fathers and their children as
they travel to rural places and go on camping missions.
Runtime: 95 minutes
Dad! Where Are We Going? - Sung Dong-il - Netflix
Sung Dong-il (born April 27, 1967) is a South Korean actor. Sung made
his acting debut in theater in 1987, then was recruited at the 1991 SBS
open talent auditions. He rose to fame as the comic, Jeolla
dialect-speaking character “Red Socks” in the television drama Eun-shil,
though he later tried to fight typecasting by playing the son of a
chaebol tycoon in Love In 3 Colors and a university professor in March.
Following years of supporting roles in TV, Sung's film career was
jumpstarted by hit romantic comedy 200 Pounds Beauty in 2006.
Subsequently, he became one of Korean cinema's most reliable supporting
actors, displaying his comic skills and easy charm in films such as Take
Off, Foxy Festival, Children..., The Suicide Forecast, and The Client.
He also had major roles in The Suck Up Project: Mr. XXX-Kisser, 3D
blockbuster Mr. Go, and mystery-comedy The Accidental Detective. On the
small screen, Sung garnered praise as a villain in The Slave Hunters,
and a gruff but caring father in Reply 1997 and its spin-offs Reply 1994
and Reply 1988. Sung gained a new surge of popularity in 2013 when he
and his son Joon starred in Dad! Where Are We Going?, a reality/variety
show featuring five male celebrities and their children on camping
missions; his daughter Bin also joined him for the show's second season.
Dad! Where Are We Going? - Variety show - Netflix
Dad! Where Are We Going? - References - Netflix