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Kwon Eun-bi, Choi Ye-na & Kim Min-joo Call A Mysterious Man During Their Christmas Party 

Singer Kwon Eun-bi spends a good time with her friends Choi Ye-na and Kim Min-joo

Episode 276 of MBC’s “Omniscient Interfering View”, scheduled to air on December 9th, will show Kwon Eun-bi enjoying a Christmas home party with her friends.

Choi Ye-na and Kim Min-joo, the two close friends who worked with Kwon Eun-bi during IZ*ONE activities in the past, visit Kwon Eun-bi’s house to hold a Christmas party.

First, Kwon Eun-bi and Kim Min-joo start preparing food. The two, who often meet to do some baking, challenge making a cake and cookies. However, their performance somehow lacks 2% as they showcase their unusual cooking skills and Kwon Eun-bi draws laughter with her clumsiness. In particular, since it is impossible to make accurate measurements of the ingredients because there is no scale, they rely solely on their intuition for this baking challenge, raising fans’ curiosity about the result.

In the meantime, Kwon Eun-bi makes a variety of food, such as rice wine braised clam, and steamed beef with vegetables. However, the cooking utensils and trash used by Kwon Eun-bi suddenly fall into the sink, so Kim Min-joo has to wash all the dishes. The unexpected situation makes the two burst into laughter.

Later, Choi Ye-na joins the party. The three share various conversations while eating and Kwon Eun-bin even prepared surprise Christmas gifts for her friends, creating a warm scene. In the middle of their talk, the three suddenly called a man. There is suddenly a strange atmosphere as Kwon Eun-bi cannot hide her excitement. As the three eventually hold a popularity vote, fans also wonder how their Christmas party will end.

The scenes of Kwon Eun-bi making special memories with her close friends can be seen on the new broadcast of “Omniscient Interfering View” at 11:10 p.m. on December 9th.

Source: Daum

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