Netflix has announced its brand-new unscripted series, Super Rich in Korea, hosted by GOT7‘s BamBam.
Today (January 23), Netflix unveiled details for its upcoming reality TV show, titled Super Rich in Korea. According to a press release by the streaming service, the series will follow “the ultra-luxurious lives of the world’s wealthiest in the heart of Korea”.
Super Rich in Korea will feature personalities such as South Korean figure Yoo Hee-ra, Singaporean entrepreneur David Yong and Arab social media celebrity Noor Naim, among others.
Netflix says the show will “unveil a realm where luxury cars and haute couture are everyday sights, and exclusive parties are the norm. It’s a deep dive into a lifestyle where wealth meets Korean cultural flair.”
Super Rich in Korea will be hosted by GOT7 member BamBam, OH MY GIRL singer Mimi and South Korean comedian Cho Sae-ho, and be directed by Yuh Woon-hyuk. The series will premiere exclusively on Netflix this April.
📢 NEW NETFLIX UNSCRIPTED SERIES!
What happens when the mega rich meet Korean cultural flair?
Hosted by #ChoSaeho, #BamBam, and #Mimi, ‘Super Rich in Korea’ gives viewers a peek into the ultra-luxurious lives of the world’s wealthiest in the heart of Korea.#SuperRichinKorea… pic.twitter.com/kCgoA8jsVl
— Netflix K-Content (@netflixkcontent) January 23, 2024
In other news, Park Seo-jun has addressed criticism about the pace of season one of Netflix K-drama Gyeongseong Creature and what viewers can expect for season two, teasing that it’ll be “much faster-paced”.
Meanwhile, the streamer also recently premiered the K-drama The Bequeathed, the latest from Train To Busan and Hellbound creator Yeon Sang-ho. In a mixed three-star review, NME‘s Rhian Daly said that the series “starts out strong but doesn’t live up to expectations”.
Elsewhere, Netflix has also released a trailer for its upcoming original film Badland Hunters, led by Don Lee. The film will premiere exclusively on Netflix this Friday, January 26.