Three Meals a Day

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Three Meals a Day
Three Meals a Day 7th Season.jpg
Poster for Three Meals a Day: Seaside Ranch
Also known asThree Meals
Hangul 삼시세끼
Genre
Written by Lee Woo-jung
Kim Dae-joo [1]
Directed by Na Young-seok
Yang Seul-gi
Starring Lee Seo-jin
Ok Taec-yeon
Cha Seung-won
Yoo Hae-jin
Son Ho-jun
Eric Mun
Yoon Kyun-sang
and others
Country of originSouth Korea
Original languageKorean
No. of seasons9
No. of episodes106
Production
Production locationSouth Korea
Running time70 – 90 minutes
Release
Original network tvN
Original releaseOctober 17, 2014 (2014-10-17) 
July 10, 2020 (2020-07-10)

Three Meals a Day (Korean : 삼시세끼; RR : samsisekki) is a South Korean reality cooking show broadcast on tvN. The cast live in a small rural or fishing village for three days a week and are tasked to use whatever food they find there to cook three meals a day. They also experience village life while interacting with the locals and entertain various celebrity guests for dinner.

Contents

Nine seasons aired from October 2014 to July 2020 on Friday nights at various time slots. Each season featured different locations and casts, according to various themes. There are four themes in total: Jeongseon Village and Fishing Village, which recur across multiple seasons; Gochang Village; and an all-female cast edition Mountain Village.

Two web spin-offs featuring various cast members of New Journey to the West were also produced and released on producer Na Young-seok's YouTube channel. Three Meals in Iceland was released from September 20 to November 29, 2019, while Three Meals a Day for Four, featuring Sechs Kies, was released from May 15 to July 24, 2020.

In October 2021, a third spin-off was released for television broadcast, featuring the cast of hit drama series Hospital Playlist .

Production

The idea for Three Meals a Day came about from a joke on Grandpas Over Flowers , which producer-director Na Young-seok and actor Lee Seo-jin had worked together on previously. Due to his poor cooking skills while filming Grandpas Over Flowers, the production crew jokingly nicknamed Lee the "Cooking King." This became a running gag about Lee starring in a fake cooking show titled Cooking King Seo-jinnie, a parody of the popular drama series King of Baking, Kim Takgu , which eventually materialised into Three Meals a Day.

Lee was cast for the first season of the series, also the first of the Jeongseon Village editions, alongside former Wonderful Days co-star Ok Taecyeon. [2] [3] In the second Jeongseon Village edition, former guest Kim Kwang-kyu joined the two as a regular cast member. [4] On top of the regular cooking premise, the trio were given the additional task of growing and harvesting crops from spring to early fall, with grocery shopping strictly prohibited. [5]

The first four seasons of Three Meals a Day in 2014 and 2015 alternated between the Jeongseon Village and Fishing Village editions, showcasing different seasons in different locations. Cha Seung-won, Yoo Hae-jin and Son Ho-jun formed a separate cast for the first two Fishing Village editions. In 2016, this cast filmed in a new location for the standalone Gochang Village edition, alongside new member Nam Joo-hyuk.

Later in October 2016, it was announced that Lee Seo-jin would return for a new season, a year after his last appearance in Jeongseon Village 2. New cast members Eric Mun and Yoon Kyun-sang joined him for Fishing Village 3, filmed on a new island location. [6] The same cast returned in 2017 to the same location, but were tasked with island farming instead of fishing, hence the Seaside Ranch subtitle for the fourth Fishing Village edition.

On July 1, 2019, it was confirmed that actresses Yum Jung-ah, Yoon Se-ah and Park So-dam had joined the first all-female cast for the Mountain Village edition, which began airing in August. [7] [8]

In 2020, the original Fishing Village cast returned for the theme's fifth edition. Unlike previous editions, this season was filmed on an uninhabited island [9] due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the need for social distancing.

Overview

SeasonTitleLocationBroadcast dateNo. of episodesTime slot (KST)Ref.
1Three Meals a Day: Jeongseon VillageJS Jeongseon-gun, Gangwon-do October 17 – December 26, 20141121:50 – 23:10
2Three Meals a Day: Fishing VillageFManjae Island (Sinan-gun, Jeollanam-do)January 23 – March 20, 2015921:45 – 23:10 [10] [11]
3Three Meals a Day: Jeongseon Village 2JS Jeongseon-gun, Gangwon-do May 15 – September 11, 20151821:45 – 23:25
4Three Meals a Day: Fishing Village 2FManjae Island (Sinan-gun, Jeollanam-do)October 9 – December 11, 201510
5Three Meals a Day: Gochang Village Gochang-gun, Jeollabuk-do July 1 – September 16, 201612
6Three Meals a Day: Fishing Village 3FDeukryang Island
(Goheung-gun, Jeollanam-do)
October 14 – December 30, 20161221:15 – 23:00
7Three Meals a Day: Seaside Ranch
(Fishing Village 4)
FAugust 4 – October 20, 20171221:50 – 23:25 [12]
8Three Meals a Day: Mountain Village Jeongseon-gun, Gangwon-do August 9 – October 18, 20191121:10 – 23:00 [13]
9Three Meals a Day: Fishing Village 5FJukgul Island (Wando-gun, Jeollanam-do)May 1 – July 10, 20201121:10 – 23:00 [14] [15]

Cast

NameSeason(s)Ref.
Jeongseon VillageFishing VillageGochang Village
Lee Seo-jin 1234 [16] [17] [18]
Ok Taec-yeon 12 [16] [17]
Cha Seung-won 125 [19] [20]
Yoo Hae-jin 125 [19] [20]
Son Ho-jun 1 [lower-alpha 1] 25 [20] [21]
Kim Kwang-kyu 2 [4]
Nam Joo-hyuk [20] [22]
Eric Mun 34 [23] [24]
Yoon Kyun-sang 34 [25]

Three Meals a Day: Mountain Village [26]

List of episodes, guests and ratings

In the tables below, the blue numbers represent the lowest ratings of the season and the red numbers represent the highest ratings of the season.

Jeongseon Village

Promotional poster featuring the filming location of Jeongseon Village 1 & 2 Three Meals a Day Jeongseon.jpeg
Promotional poster featuring the filming location of Jeongseon Village 1 & 2

Jeongseon Village 1

List of episodes, guests and ratings

In the first episode, the production crew introduces the below rules for the cast's village experience:

  • All ingredients used, except rice, must come from their farm
  • Every meal has to follow a pre-determined menu
  • Preparation for winter should be undertaken during their free time
  • Cell phones will be taken away to aid integration into farming life
Ep. #Broadcast DateGuest(s)AGB Ratings [27] Notes
Nationwide Seoul Capital Area
1October 17, 2014 Youn Yuh-jung, Choi Hwa-jung 4.287%3.979%
2October 24, 2014 Shin Goo, Baek Il-seob 5.729%6.484%
3October 31, 2014 Kim Kwang-kyu 6.697%7.765%
4November 7, 20146.963%8.099%
Kim Ji-ho
5November 14, 2014 Ryu Seung-soo 6.984%8.859%
6November 21, 2014 Go Ara 7.231%9.169%
7November 28, 2014 Son Ho-jun, Choi Ji-woo 7.799%8.990% [lower-alpha 2]
8December 5, 20148.177%9.277% [lower-alpha 3]
Lee Soon-jae, Kim Yeong-cheol
9December 12, 2014 Lee Seung-gi, Kim Kwang-kyu 8.746%9.368%
10December 19, 20148.946%11.043%
Lee Seung-gi, Kim Kwang-kyu, Youn Yuh-jung, Choi Hwa-jung
11December 26, 20145.748%6.274% [lower-alpha 4]
Average7.028%8.119%

Jeongseon Village 2

List of episodes, guests and ratings
Ep. #Broadcast DateGuest(s)AGB Ratings [27]
Nationwide Seoul Capital Area
1May 15, 20157.886%8.775%
2May 22, 2015 Park Shin-hye 7.477%8.006%
3May 29, 20158.240%8.783%
4June 5, 2015 Ji Sung 8.857%9.958%
5June 12, 20158.685%10.079%
6June 19, 2015 BoA, Yoo Hae-jin 8.432%9.872%
7June 26, 201510.500%11.419%
8July 3, 2015 Kim Ha-neul 11.990%13.805%
9July 10, 201511.197%12.258%
10July 17, 2015 Choi Ji-woo 12.148%15.095%
11July 24, 201510.918%11.878%
12July 31, 2015 Son Ho-jun 10.310%9.742%
13August 7, 2015 Hong Seok-cheon 10.654%11.564%
14August 14, 2015 Lee Sun-kyun 10.188%11.053%
15August 21, 201511.165%12.180%
16August 28, 2015 Park Shin-hye 11.112%12.091%
17September 4, 201510.766%11.933%
18 [lower-alpha 4] September 11, 20157.351%7.468%
Average9.882%10.887%

Fishing Village

Fishing Village 1

List of episodes, guests and ratings
Ep. #Broadcast DateGuestAGB Ratings [27] Notes
Nationwide Seoul Capital Area
1January 23, 20159.676%10.052%
2January 30, 2015 Son Ho-jun 10.413%12.118%
3February 6, 201510.549%10.590% [lower-alpha 5]
4February 13, 201512.381%13.941%
5February 20, 2015 Jung Woo 13.338%13.018%
6February 27, 201512.810%13.658%
7March 6, 2015 Choo Sung-hoon 13.042%15.086%
8March 13, 201512.838%13.703%
9March 20, 20158.645%8.811% [lower-alpha 4]
Average11.521%12.331%

Fishing Village 2

List of episodes, guests and ratings
Ep. #Broadcast DateGuestAGB Ratings [27]
Nationwide Seoul Capital Area
1October 9, 2015 Park Hyung-sik 12.815%14.258%
2October 16, 201512.890%14.103%
3October 23, 201511.862%13.558%
4October 30, 2015 Lee Jin-wook 13.284%14.719%
5November 6, 201511.671%11.231%
6November 13, 201511.503%13.226%
7November 20, 201512.336%13.015%
8November 27, 2015 Yoon Kye-sang 11.600%12.700%
9December 4, 201511.732%12.345%
10 [lower-alpha 4] December 11, 20159.677%10.522%
Average11.937%12.968%

Fishing Village 3

List of episodes, guests and ratings
Ep. #Broadcast DateAGB Ratings [27] TNmS Ratings [28]
Nationwide Seoul Capital Area Nationwide
1October 14, 201611.536%11.788%13.0%
2October 21, 20169.661%10.038%11.0%
3October 28, 201610.587%10.306%11.6%
4November 4, 201610.057%9.769%11.1%
5November 11, 20169.934%9.843%10.6%
6November 18, 201610.036%10.529%11.4%
7November 25, 20169.685%10.369%10.6%
8December 2, 201610.646%11.464%11.4%
9December 9, 201610.169%11.736%11.1%
10December 16, 201611.395%11.588%12.4%
11December 23, 201610.866%12.527%10.6%
12 [lower-alpha 4] December 30, 20167.524%7.964%7.5%
Average10.175%10.660%11.0%

Seaside Ranch (Fishing Village 4)

List of episodes, guests and ratings
Ep. #Broadcast DateGuestAGB Ratings [27] TNmS Ratings [28] Ref.
Nationwide Seoul Capital Area Nationwide
1August 4, 2017 Han Ji-min 10.568%11.403%10.9% [29] [30]
2August 11, 20179.233%9.812%9.8%
3August 18, 20179.817%11.431%10.0%
4August 25, 2017 Lee Je-hoon 8.740%9.595%9.1% [31] [32]
5September 1, 20178.330%9.003%8.2%
6September 8, 2017 Seolhyun (AOA)9.116%9.388%10.0% [33] [34]
7September 15, 20178.764%9.681%8.6%
8September 22, 2017 Lee Jong-suk 9.810%11.471%9.5% [35] [36] [37]
9September 29, 20178.580%9.250%8.9%
10October 6, 2017 Shinhwa (Lee Min-woo, Andy Lee)9.049%9.641%7.9% [38] [39]
11October 13, 20179.085%10.162%9.0%
12October 20, 20176.046%7.212%6.2% [lower-alpha 4] [40]
Average8.928%9.837%9.0%

Fishing Village 5

List of episodes, guests and ratings
Ep. #Broadcast DateGuestAGB Ratings [27] Ref.
Nationwide Seoul Capital Area
1May 1, 20209.276%8.861% [9]
2May 8, 2020 Gong Hyo-jin 9.842%10.818% [41]
3May 15, 202012.188%12.814%
4May 22, 202011.378%12.580%
5May 29, 2020 Lee Kwang-soo 11.472%12.503% [42]
6June 5, 202010.869%12.228%
7June 12, 202011.194%12.931%
8June 19, 202010.981%11.645%
9June 26, 2020 Lee Seo-jin 12.199%13.945% [43]
10July 3, 202011.686%12.613%
11July 10, 20208.594%9.427% [lower-alpha 4]
Average10.880%11.851%

Gochang Village

List of episodes, guests and ratings
Promotional poster for Three Meals a Day: Gochang Village Three Meals a Day Gochang.jpeg
Promotional poster for Three Meals a Day: Gochang Village

After two Fishing Village editions, Cha Seung-won, Yoo Hae-jin and Son Ho-jun are reunited in their first inland location in Gochang-gun, joined by Nam Joo-hyuk. In order to buy groceries, they have to provide farm labour for which they are paid hourly wages. Through the series, they experience various farming activities: planting rice, rearing ducks, and picking black raspberries, watermelons, sweet potatoes, grapes, muskmelons and pears.

Ep. #Broadcast DateAGB Ratings [27] TNmS Ratings [28]
Nationwide Seoul Capital Area Nationwide
1July 1, 201610.785%10.957%10.7%
2July 8, 201610.181%10.572%8.8%
3July 15, 201611.587%12.483%9.4%
4July 22, 201610.564%11.591%10.3%
5July 29, 201611.056%12.075%10.3%
6August 5, 201610.194%10.127%12.0%
7August 12, 20169.164%9.833%10.4%
8August 19, 20168.971%9.376%11.9%
9August 26, 201610.840%11.630%12.2%
10September 2, 20169.478%9.306%11.3%
11September 9, 20169.328%9.483%10.6%
12 [lower-alpha 4] September 16, 20165.178%5.244%5.7%
Average9.777%10.223%10.3%

Mountain Village

List of episodes, guests and ratings
Promotional poster for Three Meals a Day: Mountain Village Three Meals a Day Mountain.jpeg
Promotional poster for Three Meals a Day: Mountain Village
Episode #Broadcast DateGuestAGB Ratings [27] Ref.
Nationwide Seoul Capital Area
1August 9, 2019 Jung Woo-sung 7.231%7.507% [44]
2August 16, 20197.764%7.529%
3August 23, 20197.243%7.200%
4August 30, 2019 Oh Na-ra 7.122%7.236% [45] [46]
5September 6, 20196.635%6.338%
6September 13, 2019 Nam Joo-hyuk 5.614%5.683% [47] [48]
7September 20, 20196.671%6.913%
8September 27, 20196.184%5.652%
9October 4, 2019 Park Seo-joon 6.886%7.141% [49] [50]
10October 11, 20196.895%6.812%
11October 18, 20195.280%5.001%
Average6.684%6.637%

Reception

Three Meals a Day drew a great response from Korean viewers and became a trending topic numerous times on Naver, a Korean search portal. It received viewership ratings of 6%, which is high for Korean cable television for which a 1% rating is considered a success. [51]

Originally 8 episodes were planned for the first season, but the show was extended by two episodes. A "director's cut" epilogue also aired, for a total of 11 episodes. [52]

The table below charts viewership numbers according to Nielsen Korea; data for 2017 and earlier is not provided. Individual episode ratings can be viewed by season in the episode lists above.

Three Meals a Day: South Korea viewers per episode (millions)
SeasonEpisode numberAverage
1234567891011
Mountain Village1.8371.9911.8441.7251.8221.4201.7221.4481.6951.7071.2741.680
Fishing Village 52.4922.6253.1793.0262.8282.7512.8062.9493.0842.9872.1042.803
Source: Audience measurement performed nationwide by Nielsen Media Research. [53]

Spin-offs

The first two spin-offs of Three Meals a Day were "hybrid" programs produced for both online release and television broadcast. Short highlight videos between 5 to 15 minutes were broadcast on tvN, with the full episodes released on "Channel 15ya" (Korean : 채널 십오야; RR : chaeneol siboya), a YouTube channel run by producer Na Young-seok and his team. Both spin-offs were born from New Journey to the West , another series produced by producer Na, and feature some of its cast.

TitleCastLocationWeb release dateTelevision time slot (KST)No. of episodes
Three Meals a Day in Iceland
(Korean : 삼시세끼: 아이슬란드 간 세끼)
Lee Soo-geun, Eun Ji-won Iceland September 20 – November 29, 2019Fridays, 22:40 – 22:4512
Three Meals a Day for Four
(Korean : 삼시네세끼)
Eun Ji-won, Lee Jai-jin, Kim Jae-duck, Jang Su-won
(Members of Sechs Kies)
Jeongseon-gun, Gangwon-do May 15 – July 24, 2020Fridays, 23:00 – 23:1511

In October 2021, a third spin-off was released for television broadcast featuring the main cast of drama series Hospital Playlist : Jo Jung-suk, Yoo Yeon-seok, Jung Kyung-ho, Kim Dae-myung and Jeon Mi-do. [54] The series is titled Wise Mountain Village Life (Korean : 슬기로운 산촌생활), borrowing on the drama's title, but is commonly known in English as Three Meals a Day: Doctors. It was filmed in Jeongseon-gun, Gangwon-do and aired on tvN from October 8 to December 3, 2021 at 20:50 – 22:25 (KST) every Friday, with a total of 9 episodes.

Three Meals a Day: Doctors — List of episodes, guests and ratings
Three Meals a Day - Doctors: South Korea viewers per episode (millions)
SeasonEpisode numberAverage
123456789
Doctors1.8141.5351.6211.5721.3581.5981.4101.1441.0551.456
Source: Audience measurement performed nationwide by Nielsen Media Research. [55]
Average TV viewership ratings
Ep. #Broadcast DateGuestAGB Ratings [27]
Nationwide Seoul Capital Area
1October 8, 20216.700%7.789%
2October 15, 2021 Shin Hyun-been 5.542%6.369%
3October 22, 2021 Shin Hyun-been, Kim Hae-sook 5.901%6.678%
4October 29, 20215.474%6.637%
5November 5, 2021 Shin Won-ho 5.482%6.316%
6November 12, 2021 Bae Hyun-sung, Cho Yi-hyun 6.225%6.881%
7November 19, 20215.401%5.781%
Jung Moon-sung
8November 26, 2021 Jung Moon-sung, Ahn Eun-jin 4.226%4.603%
9 [lower-alpha 4] December 3, 20214.033%4.798%
Average5.443%6.206%
In the table above, the blue number represents the lowest ratings and the red number represents the highest ratings.

Awards and nominations

YearAwardCategoryRecipientResultRef.
2015
9th Cable TV Broadcasting Awards
Best Production in Creative Content Na Young-seok Won [56]
Grand Prize (Television) Na Young-seok Won [57]
Best Entertainment ProgramThree Meals a DayNominated
2016Grand Prize (Daesang), VarietyThree Meals a Day: Fishing Village 1, 2Won [58]
Grand Prize (Daesang), Variety Performer Lee Seo-jin
(Three Meals a Day: Jeongseon Village)
Won
Best Content Award, VarietyThree Meals a DayWon
Variety Icon Cha Seung-won and Yoo Hae-jin
(Three Meals a Day: Fishing Village 1, 2)
Nominated
Lee Seo-jin
(Three Meals a Day: Jeongseon Village)
Nominated
Made in tvN, Actor in Variety Son Ho-jun
(Three Meals a Day: Fishing Village 1, 2)
Won
Variety "Slave" Award Kim Kwang-kyu
(Three Meals a Day: Jeongseon Village 2)
Nominated

Notes

  1. Son Ho-jun initially appeared as a guest for episodes 2 and 3, but stayed on as a main cast for the rest of the season. He replaced Jang Keun-suk, who was edited out from the first 4 episodes and eventually left the show following tax evasion allegations.
  2. Taec-yeon was unable to join the shoot due to 2PM's world tour and only makes a brief appearance in this episode.
  3. Taec-yeon was absent in this episode due to 2PM's world tour.
  4. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Director's cut epilogue
  5. Son Ho-jun featured as a guest until episode 3, joining the regular cast from episode 4.

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