(Updated August 2020)
IMPORTANT!!! I have moved to Korea since I created this blog, and I since have discovered that many videos – especially ones that are uploaded by fans with English subs have been blocked on Korean YouTube and other websites. This also means I cannot add as many full videos as before, because they simply are not available in my region. All of the videos on the list are the ones I can access easily in Korea, or they are subbed clips I can find on Korean YouTube. I apologize for the inconvenience! – Katherine
Approximate Promotion Period: February 2020
Inkigayo‘s variety corner hosted by Shindong (Super Junior) where he interviews groups about their new songs and does things like learning their choreography or giving them missions to earn snacks.
A popular series of dance videos where an idol group performs their latest track standing in a line, with one member dancing at a time.
You can watch the broadcast on V-Live here.
Also known as Doremi Market
Members: Yuju and Umji
A variety show with a fixed cast of several well known variety stars and idols and then two guest stars for every episode. Each week features one market in South Korea. The cast members and guests must play games to win the chance to eat one of that market’s three representative foods.
*Amazing Saturday is hard to find in Korea outside of some clips on YouTube, so I’m limited in what I can link. This clip shows them trying to guess the lyrics of a Bolbbalgan4 song, but it doesn’t have any subtitles.
TWO YOO PROJECT SUGAR MAN
GFriend competed against N.Flying and sang “칵테일 사랑 (Cocktail Love)” by Marronnier.
Two Yoo Project – Sugar Man
(투유 프로젝트 – 슈가맨)
Season 3 Episode 11
A music variety show starring well known MCs Yoo Jae Suk and Yoo Hee Yeol. Each episode features songs by singers who are considered “one hit wonders.” Each MC recreates the song and gives it a contemporary spin, forming a team with various producers and guesting idols to do so. Then, they go head to head in a performance.
Also known as Ask Us Anything and Men on a Mission
A popular variety show featuring a fixed cast of well-known comedians and variety stars. It’s known for its “high school” classroom setting and promoted use of informal language. Celebrity guests come as “transfer students” and tell stories about themselves to get to know the cast better. Sometimes there are also other segments that feature missions or games.
This is not part of the regular show; it’s a segment where GFriend appeared on the show’s “counseling center” to share their concerns. As a result, none of the clips have English subtitles. However, this clip shows a game where you have to name foods that start with a certain syllable. Like if one person says “ramyeon,” the next person has to say a food that starts with “myeon.”
Weekly Idol fansubbed episodes are blocked in Korea, so I can only link whatever subbed clips I can find on YouTube at this point. This is of GFriend doing Random Play Dance.
A popular variety show that shines the spotlight on one or more idol groups every episode. There are well-known corners that often involve dance challenges or aegyo, but the guests always play games or complete missions to earn prizes.
Studio K / KBS
KBS’s latest variety segment for idols who are performing on Music Bank, often with a story theme or following a certain script style. This is a “Back to the 90s” themed episode.
A type of prank style segment where idols are led to believe they’re filming something normal (like an interview or a dance video) and are met with ridiculous requests from the staff.
An interview online segment with lots of background stories and “TMI.”
A short travel variety show that highlight’s GFriend’s road trip to Chuncheon.