Guest celebrities are invited to be show's commentators for each episode so that they can share their opinions on marriage on behalf of their age group.
SG Wannabe's Kim Yong-jun and Hwang Jung-eum also do the interview room together dressed in wedding attire.
All these months later, however, the divorce still isn't finalized, and it seems that Courtney may be having second thoughts.
It used to be one segment of the Sunday Sunday Night program. First broadcast in 2008, the show pairs up Korean celebrities to show what life would be like if they were married, however, some couples are real-life couples that eventually got married.
Each couple is given a concept to portray; in Kangin and Lee Yoon-ji's case, a college couple living with a limited income.
Original couples As of May 2009, the producers announced another change in the format with all four couples departing, cutting down to just one couple and shortening the show to just 60 minutes.
As during the special pilot episode, interviewed participants provide a unique perspective on the ongoing relationship conflicts and developments.
The success of the earliest and most memorable couples gave people high hopes for the pilot.
A Lunar Year Special was filmed and aired as the pilot episode.
As a professional hockey player, Mike Fisher is going to let negative rumors about his marriage just skate by unremarked upon.
Words can have power and Fisher wants to make sure the public is not being played by this chatter.