Hani announces her plans to travel to Georgia.
“Map to Go Back” is a virtual world travel program that reconnects people with their cherished memories of overseas trips, providing the optimal guide to post-pandemic global travel destinations. In episode 75, which is scheduled to air today (Sep 7th), the show ranks the “Top 5 travel destinations for photos of a lifetime”. Actress-singer Hani joins the show as a virtual travel companion along with travel partners Kim Shin Young, Lee Seok Hoon and Choi Tae Sung.
In this episode, one of the extraordinary photo spots, Georgia’s Stepantsminda, will be featured. Stepantsminda, located between the 5,047m-high Mount Kazbek and the Caucasus Mountains, is a picturesque village surrounded by mountains, making it a breathtaking location. This episode will reveal hidden spots where a couple celebrating their 6th anniversary can capture photos of a lifetime, including Ananuri Fortress Complex, Black & White River and Georgia – Russia Friendship Monument, raising anticipation.
Most notably, Hani, from the studio, is completely captivated by Georgia’s charm across the screen. She expresses her admiration, saying, “It must be great for taking photos.” She could not close her mouth when seeing the main spot, Kazbegi National Park’s Juta Valley.
Suddenly, Hani announces her travel plans, “My next travel destination will be Georgia. As soon as the play I’m currently appearing in ends, I will depart for Georgia.” She draws attention by adding, “I won’t go alone this time. I have someone to travel with.” Hani is currently in a public relationship with psychiatrist Yang Jae Woong.
With Hani marking Georgia’s Stepantsminda as her next couple travel destination, expectations are soaring for the breathtaking scenery and all the travel spots and routes in Georgia, which will be revealed on “Map to Go Back” today (Sep 7th).
“Map to Go Back” is scheduled to air at 9:20 PM on Channel S today (Sep 7th).