JTBC has unveiled an exciting glimpse into Lee Hyori‘s highly anticipated variety show “Mom, Do You Want To Go On a Trip With Me?” In addition to that, the network has revealed the show’s May 2024 premiere date.

Lee Hyori’s New Show Gets May 2024 Premiere Date

The road movie-style program promises to take viewers on a heartwarming journey as Lee Hyori embarks on a special adventure with her mother, marking their first-ever domestic trip together.

The concept of the show is deeply rooted in the personal history of Lee Hyori and her mother, who have never had the opportunity to travel together due to various circumstances. Despite their close bond, their lives have been filled with commitments and responsibilities, leaving little time for leisurely excursions. From Lee Hyori’s bustling schedule after her debut at a young age to the demands of caring for her sick father, the mother-daughter duo has always put family first, foregoing their own desires for travel and exploration.

With “Mom, Do You Want To Go On a Trip With Me?”, viewers can expect an intimate portrayal of the relationship between Lee Hyori and her mother, filled with moments of laughter, reflection, and perhaps even a few tears. The show aims to capture the essence of familial love and connection, resonating with audiences who can relate to the joys and challenges of family dynamics.

How The Show Came Together

Behind the scenes, the production team is led by experienced producing directors Ma Geon Young and Park Seong Hwan, known for their work on previous collaborations with Lee Hyori, including the popular variety shows “Hyori’s Homestay” and “Camping Club.” Their expertise in crafting compelling narratives and eliciting genuine emotions from their subjects also bodes well for the success of “Mom, Do You Want To Go On a Trip With Me?”

Set to premiere on May 26th at 9:10 p.m. KST, the show promises to be a must-watch for fans of Lee Hyori and viewers seeking heartwarming and relatable content. As the countdown to the premiere begins, anticipation is also building for the unveiling of this special journey shared between a mother and daughter, destined to leave a lasting impression on audiences across South Korea.