South Korea’s favorite ‘son-in-law’ is back with another variety show and this time it’s on Netflix!

Lee Seung Gi will be starring alongside Jasper Liu in Netflix’s original unscripted, feel-good travel reality series 'Twogether' that will premiere on June 26, 2020. The two stars will be traveling to some of the most-visited travel sites throughout Asia together, with a mission to find their beloved fans at their very own homes and connect with local cultures.

The trailer that was released on June 11 shares a sneak peek on the two actors' chemistry and bromance.

The six-part show sees the pair begin by visiting Yogyakarta and Bali in Indonesia, then Bangkok and Chiang Mai in Thailand, and finally Pokhara and Kathmandu in Nepal. These are all locations that were recommended by their fans. If they successfully complete the missions given in each city, they will be allowed to head to a special place to meet their waiting fans, Variety reported.

‘Twogether’ is produced by SangSang, the Korean company responsible for many popular shows, including ‘Family Outing’ and ‘Running Man,’ as well as Netflix's original series ‘Busted!’ and ‘Park Na-Rae: Glamour Warning.’

Jasper Liu Yi-how is a Taiwanese actor, model, and musician. Liu started as a model before crossing over to acting and gaining recognition across Taiwan and other parts of Asia. Some of his most notable works include In Time with You (2011), Pleasantly Surprised (2014), When I See You Again (2016), the film More than Blue (2018), Before We Get Married (2019), and Triad Princess (2019).

Lee Seung Gi is a famous musician, TV host, and actor in South Korea. His notable works include 'Love Forecast' and 'The Princess and the Matchmaker', and dramas 'Brilliant Legacy' and 'My Girlfriend is a Nine-Tailed Fox.'

Meanwhile, Lee Seung Gi was also recently reported to join Cha Tae Hyun in a new countryside variety show ‘Seoul Bumpkin’ (literal title).

Lee Seung Gi and Cha Tae Hyun will star as the “Seoul Bumpkins” who only know about Seoul and they will try to experience life in the town where the guests grew up in.

The first season of 'Seoul Bumpkin' consists of 12 episodes and premieres in July.