Comedian Ji Suk Jin says 'Running Man' is the most difficult role in career

Ji Suk Jin says he's planning to record an album in China.

Ji Suk Jin, South Korean comedian, singer and television presenter, had a tough time filming for SBSs' variety show 'Running Man. Reportedly, the 50-year-old had not been involved in any gaming reality show previously and it became difficult for him to cope up with the outdoor activities of the show.

In an interview with International BNT, the multi-talented broadcaster revealed that the 'Running Man' was one of the most difficult parts of his career. He said: "In 24 years, I've never taken a break or met any real issues, but the most difficult time I went through in my career was the 1st year of 'Running Man'. Unlike a lot of my past shows, 'Running Man' was all outdoors, so the difference in environment proved to be a challenge for me."

Suk Jin, who has played host to many variety shows earlier, debuted in Running Man in 2010. The other cast member of the show include Yoo Jae-suk, Kim Jong-kook, Gary of LeeSsang, Haha, Song Ji-hyo, and Lee Kwang-soo.

Meanwhile, Suk Jin, who has one album and a couple of songs in his name, also shared some exciting news about his future plans. He revealed : "I debuted as a singer, so I still have dreams in that field. So near the end of June, I am planning to record an album in China. And my last goal is to become a good resource and teacher for my hoobaes."