They’re going to the mountain to look for Naeun?(The Return of Superman Ep.412-4)|KBS WORLDTV 211226

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▶The Return of Superman | 슈퍼맨이 돌아왔다 – Ep.412
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Fathers may not be perfect.. but that’s alright if they aren’t perfect! There’s nothing like a father’s love to boost our spirits. The dads who used to spend all their time working have returned home on ‘The Return of Superman’.

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Mountain regions may see snow droughts if greenhouse gases aren’t reduced, study finds

A new study suggests snow may no longer fall in the western U.S. if greenhouse gas emissions remain unchecked. CBSN’s Lana Zak spoke with Benjamin Hatchett, an assistant research professor of atmospheric science with the Desert Research Institute, about the environmental and economic impacts.

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Explorer completes 50-day Amazon mountain trek

Adventurer Lucy Shepherd sought to be the first person to traverse Earth’s last remaining unexplored wilderness.

She spent 50 days travelling through dense Amazon jungle, braving giant snakes, bird-eating spiders and wild boar.

She spoke to Sky’s Kay Burley about the motivation behind her expedition.

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Jun Ji-hyun on ‘Jirisan’: ‘I feel like I climbed the mountain 1,000 times for filming’

Despite being one of the most well-known faces in Asia, acting never gets easier for South Korean star Jun Ji-hyun. "I feel like I climbed the mountain 1,000 times," she told The Associated Press about filming her series on mountain rangers, "Jirisan." (Nov. 24)

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Jun Ji-hyun on ‘Jirisan’: ‘I feel like I climbed the mountain 1,000 times for filming’

Despite being one of the most well-known faces in Asia, acting never gets easier for South Korean star Jun Ji-hyun. "I feel like I climbed the mountain 1,000 times," she told The Associated Press about filming her series on mountain rangers, "Jirisan." (Nov. 24)

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