Meet the South Korean singles trapped in Netflix’s reality dating show ‘Singles Inferno’ – Yahoo News

Netflix appears to have released another South Korean hit with the new dating reality show “Singles Inferno.”

The show, which features attractive singles who are forced to live together on a deserted island, has hooked international audiences since the first two episodes were released on Dec. 18.

According to the show’s official trailer, the contestants are trapped on the deserted island “Inferno” until they eventually find their match, which will then allow them to enter “Paradise,” an island where the couples can spend time in a swanky hotel suite.

In addition to the intriguing premise, the show’s single men and women are what seem to be drawing in viewers from around the world.

Song Ji-a

Song Ji-a, 24, is a beauty content creator who has over 620,000 subscribers on her YouTube channel free지아, where she gives beauty tips, fashion advice and recipes.

According to Elle Singapore, the popular influencer pursued a degree in traditional Korean dance at Hanyang University in Seoul.

Song, who describes herself as “sexy” and “cute” in her introductory interview, made it clear that none of the contestants are her type. She also shared a very bold prediction early on: “No other girls can beat me, I’m that confident.“

Choi Si-hun

Choi Si-hun, a member of the boy group TRIPLEME, has made a name in South Korea as an actor and model.

The 29-year-old celebrity, who has over 250,000 followers on Instagram, reportedly loves to work out in his free time. Choi has starred in several dramas, including “I Started Following Romance,” “Standby Curator” and “Café Kilimanjaro.”

Kang So-yeon

Kang So-yeon is the CEO of HitFit Boxing and co-founder of a Daechi-dong-based gym.

Kang’s active lifestyle involves contact sports such as basketball and boxing, as well as other competitive sports such as swimming, weightlifting, golf and tennis. The 33-year-old entrepreneur also does yoga, pilates and some martial arts, including jiu-jitsu and judo.

Kang says in her introduction that most men find her to be “sexy,” noting that one can be “sexy in many ways.”

“I’d like to show different sides of myself, one by one, slowly,” she added.

Kang, who has done some modeling and acting in the past, appeared in the 2016 web drama “The Facetale: Cinderia.”

Kim Jun-sik

Kim Jun-sik is a 28-year-old entrepreneur who has developed many products geared toward helping women.

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Marijuana, dating apps, driver’s licenses: New Colorado laws go into effect Jan. 1 – Vail Daily

Jessica George tries to find help along the main street of Simla, Colorado, after her ATV broke down on Friday, Dec. 6, 2019. The state suspended George’s driver’s license over unpaid court debts, as it has done for thousands of other Coloradans.Hyoung Chang/The Denver Post

Among the roughly 500 bills Gov. Jared Polis signed into law in 2021, 14 go into effect on New Year’s Day.

They concern a wide range of people and topics, from marijuana purchasing to driving rights for the poor to legal recourse for victims of child sex abuse.

Here’s a look at some of the most impactful …….


Trope Tuesday: Fake Dating – The Young Folks

We have talked about the enemies-to-lovers, friends-to-lovers, and forbidden love tropes. This week, we will be discussing another one of our favorite young adult tropes: fake dating. 

Motivation behind the “fake date”

Funnily enough, characters in our favorite books rarely decide to participate in a fake relationship simply to experience a relationship with their paramour, despite the fact that it is a fake experience (until it’s not).


Characters almost always decide to fake-date each other for public image purposes. Whether it is characters getting fake-married for the sake of getting government aid for …….