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Salty Tour (Hangul: 짠내투어) is a 2017 South Korean television program. It airs on tvN on every Saturday at 22:20 (KST) beginning November 25, 2017. On April 3, 2018 it was announced that Kim Saeng-min
Kim Saeng-min
has stepped down from the show following his recent apology for a past sexual harassment incident.[1]

Contents

1 Program 2 Cast

2.1 Former

3 Episodes

3.1 2017 3.2 2018

4 Ratings

4.1 2017 4.2 2018

5 References 6 External links

Program[edit] Salty Tour is a travel variety program that emphasises on 2 things: Good quality for the price and Small Luxury. For every city/country, 3 of the cast members are assigned as 1-day tour guides and are given the same budget per person. The cast members will attempt to have the best vacation experience with a fixed price limit.[2] The Small Luxury can only be won by the winning tour guide through the judging of the remaining cast members and invited guests for each day tour, in terms of food, places of interest and accomodation. Cast[edit]

Park Myeong-su Park Na-rae Jung Joon-young

Former[edit]

Kim Saeng-min
Kim Saeng-min
(Ep 1-18)

Episodes[edit] 2017[edit]

Episode # Broadcast Date Country of Travel Guest(s) 1 Day Tour Guide Winning Tour Guide Small Luxury Note(s)

1 November 25, 2017 Japan
Japan
(Osaka) Yeo Hoe-hyun Kim Saeng-min Jung Joon-young One night stay at a Ryokan ( Jung Joon-young
Jung Joon-young
chooses Kim Saeng-min
Kim Saeng-min
to accompany him) N/A

2 December 2, 2017 Park Na-rae

3 December 9, 2017 Jung Joon-young

4 December 16, 2017 Thailand
Thailand
(Bangkok) Kim Saeng-min Kim Saeng-min Top class massage and spa ( Kim Saeng-min
Kim Saeng-min
chooses Park Na-rae to accompany him)

5 December 23, 2017 Park Na-rae

6 December 30, 2017 Jung Joon-young

2018[edit]

Episode # Broadcast Date Country of Travel Guest(s) 1 Day Tour Guide Winning Tour Guide Small Luxury Note(s)

7 January 6, 2018 Hong Kong Heo Kyung-hwan, Kyungri Park Myeong-su Park Na-rae Speakeasy Bar (Park Na-rae chooses Heo Kyung-hwan
Heo Kyung-hwan
to accompany her) N(A)

8 January 13, 2018 Kim Saeng-min

9 January 20, 2018 Park Na-rae

10 January 27, 2018

11 February 3, 2018 Japan
Japan
(Fukuoka) Microdot Kim Saeng-min Jung Joon-young Huis Ten Bosch ( Jung Joon-young
Jung Joon-young
chooses Kim Saeng-min
Kim Saeng-min
to accompany him)

No broadcast on February 17 due to Lunar New Year

12 February 10, 2018 Park Na-rae

13 February 24, 2018 Jung Joon-young

14 March 3, 2018 Singapore Heo Kyung-hwan, One Park Na-rae (Part 1) Park Na-rae (Kim Ji-min will replace her to enjoy the Small Luxury) 63rd floor rooftop bar at Marina Bay Sands (Kim Ji-min chooses Park Myeong-su
Park Myeong-su
and Heo Kyung-hwan
Heo Kyung-hwan
to accompany her)

Park Myeong-su
Park Myeong-su
will not appear in the episode

15 March 10, 2018 Park Na-rae (Part 2) Kim Saeng-min
Kim Saeng-min
(Part 1) N(A)

16 March 17, 2018 Malaysia
Malaysia
(Johor Bahru) Kim Saeng-min
Kim Saeng-min
(Part 2)

17 March 24, 2018 Singapore Heo Kyung-hwan, Kim Ji-min, One Jung Joon-young

Park Na-rae will not appear in the episode

18 March 31, 2018 Taiwan Hani (EXID) Kim Saeng-min TBA TBA N(A)

19 April 14, 2018 Park Na-rae

No broadcast on April 7 Kim Saeng-min
Kim Saeng-min
has been edited out for the rest of the entire Taiwan tour starting this episode and has left the show

After the Taiwan
Taiwan
tour, the next destination will be Vladivostok, Russia, with guests Microdot and JooE (Momoland)[3]

Ratings[edit] In the ratings below, the highest rating for the show will be in red, and the lowest rating for the show will be in blue each year. 2017[edit]

Ep. # Broadcast date Average audience share

AGB Nielsen[4] TNmS Ratings[5]

Nationwide Seoul Capital Area Nationwide

1 November 25 2.934% 3.394% 3.1%

2 December 2 3.110% 3.251% 2.9%

3 December 9 2.903% 3.371% 3.0%

4 December 16 3.101% 3.317% 2.9%

5 December 23 3.607% 3.805% 3.2%

6 December 30 3.053% 3.534% 3.2%

2018[edit]

Ep. # Broadcast date Average audience share

AGB Nielsen[4] TNmS Ratings[5]

Nationwide Seoul Capital Area Nationwide

7 January 6 3.153% 3.435% 4.2%

8 January 13 4.120% 4.478% 4.1%

9 January 20 3.668% 4.558% 3.8%

10 January 27 3.826% 4.622% 4.2%

11 February 3 3.407% 3.859% 4.2%

12 February 10 3.976% 4.686% 4.3%

13 February 24 2.619% 3.080% 3.0%

14 March 3 3.425% 4.221% 3.6%

15 March 10 3.363% 3.643% 3.4%

16 March 17 3.836% 5.011% 3.5%

17 March 24 3.406% 4.457% 2.8%

18 March 31 3.549% 4.219% 3.1%

19 April 14 % % %

Note that the show airs on a cable channel (pay TV), which plays part in its slower uptake and relatively small audience share when compared to programs broadcast (FTA) on public networks such as KBS, SBS, MBC or EBS. NR rating means "not reported".

References[edit]

^ https://www.soompi.com/2018/04/02/kim-saeng-min-steps-7-shows-following-sexual-harassment-apology/ ^ https://www.allkpop.com/article/2018/02/one-and-kim-ji-min-to-guest-on-tvn-salty-tours-singapore-trip ^ http://entertain.naver.com/read?oid=117&aid=0003033277 ^ a b "Top 10 list for TV programs [select the date from drop-down menu]". Nielsen Korea (in Korean). Retrieved September 18, 2017.  ^ a b "TNMS Ratings on Naver". Naver
Naver
(in Korean). Retrieved September 18, 2017. 

External links[edit]

Salty Tour on Facebook
Facebook
(in Korean)

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