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Single's Inferno

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Literal meaningSolo Hell
Revised RomanizationSollojiok
  • Reality television
  • Dating show
  • Variety show
Created by
  • Kim Jae-won
  • Kim Na-hyun
Written by
  • Ji Hyun-suk
  • Lee Jung-hwa
Presented by
  • Hong Jin-kyung
  • Lee Da-hee
  • Cho Kyu-hyun
  • Hanhae
  • Dex (season 3)
Country of originSouth Korea
Original languageKorean
No. of seasons3
No. of episodes18 (list of episodes)
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running time57–82 minutes
Production companyJTBC
Original release
ReleaseDecember 18, 2021 –

Single's Inferno (Korean: 솔로지옥) is a South Korean reality television series on Netflix.[1] South Korean singer and Super Junior thành viên Kyuhyun, rapper Hanhae, actress Lee Da-hee, comedian Hong Jin-kyung and YouTuber Dex serve as the hosts of the show.[2][3][4] The first season aired from December 18, 2021 đồ sộ January 8, 2022.[5] The second season aired from December 13, 2022 đồ sộ January 10, 2023.[6] The season 3 will be released on December 12, 2023.[7]


The show's main concept takes the idea of survival shows and mixes it with the idea of fighting for their intended love interest.[8] Participants are left on an island, and the mission is đồ sộ leave it. The location of the shoot is about an hour from Seoul, South Korea.[8]

Twelve singles are meant đồ sộ find their love on this island through challenges and getting đồ sộ know each other throughout the season.[9] Something unique đồ sộ the show is its way of capturing awkward moments between participants and how friendship was formed in addition đồ sộ love. Relationships and people take a deep dive into learning about one another, not just the shallow desires of physical relationships.[9]

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In the show, couples are formed through không tính phí dates and dates in Paradise. In Singles Inferno, the deserted island the contestants reside on requires them đồ sộ cook their own food, not use their electronics, and draw their own water. Any discussion of age and occupation is also not allowed. The only thing đồ sộ bởi is đồ sộ date and win games in order đồ sộ have the opportunity đồ sộ escape the island.[10] During the first episode, contestants are asked đồ sộ write đồ sộ a potential interest using a postcard. However, the chosen interest does not have đồ sộ stay the same throughout the show. The games and không tính phí dates within the deserted island give contestants the time đồ sộ make the decision of who they would lượt thích đồ sộ go đồ sộ Paradise with.[10]

Paradise is the direct opposite of Singles Inferno. It is a luxurious island where paired contestants can enjoy dates with room service and fun activities in their paid hotels. It is the ultimate goal for contestants, as it is also the place where people can ask about their interests' age and occupations. People can only go đồ sộ Paradise if they choose a person that also chose đồ sộ go with them.[10]

The final couple of matches are made in the last episode. The women are placed at different points on the island. If the male contestant is interested in a woman, he will walk up đồ sộ her. If she accepts him and takes his hand, they both can leave Singles Inferno together as a match.[10]

Season 1[edit]

Promotional poster for season one.



Name Hangul Age About
Shin Ji-yeon 신지연 March 26, 1997 (age 26)
  • University student (Majoring in Neuroscience at University of Toronto)
  • Participated in the 2020 Miss Korea Chunhyang; Season 2's Shin Seul-ki participated in the pageant the same year.[11]
Kang So-yeon 강소연 May 23, 1988 (age 35)
  • Boxer, clothing brand representative
  • Former JYP Entertainment trainee
Ahn Ye-won 안예원 1995 (age 27–28)
  • Fitness instructor, Pilates instructor, model
Song Ji-a 송지아 April 30, 1997 (age 26)
  • Stage name: Free 지아
  • Beauty YouTuber, model
  • Once hosted FashionN Follow Me
  • Appeared in Channel A's Friends
Kim Su-min 김수민 December 10, 1998 (age 24)
  • Advertising model
Seong Min-ji 성민지 April 1, 1998 (age 25)
  • Beauty and apparel model


Name Hangul Age About
Kim Hyeon-joong 김현중 November 26, 1994 (age 28)
  • Fitness trainer and model
Moon Se-hoon 문세훈 1995 (age 27–28)
  • Owner of a restaurant in Gangnam
Kim Jun-sik 김준식 1994 (age 28–29)
  • Health food brand representative
Choi Si-hun 최시훈 October 27, 1992 (age 31)
  • Apparel brand representative
  • Appeared in trang web series "Kilimanjaro Cafe", "Standby Curator" and "Romanced"
Oh Jin-taek 오진택 1992 (age 30–31)
  • Suit cửa hàng Ascottage's CEO and co-founder
Cha Hyun-seung 차현승 May 2, 1991 (age 32)
  • Dancer, notably Sun-mi's back-up dancer

Coupling history[edit]

Single Episode
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Hyeon-joong Ji-a Ji-a Ji-yeon Ji-a
Hyun-seung Not in Inferno Ji-a Ji-a Ji-a Ji-a
Ji-a Hyeon-joong Selected Hyeon-joong Si-hun Selected Selected Hyeon-joong
Ji-yeon Si-hun Selected Si-hun Jin-taek Selected Se-hoon Se-hoon
Jin-taek So-yeon So-yeon Ji-yeon So-yeon Selected So-yeon
Jun-sik Ji-a Ji-a Selected Ye-won Selected Ye-won
Min-ji Not in Inferno Se-hoon Se-hoon Unselected
Se-hoon So-yeon Won and Chose Ji-yeon Selected Ji-yeon Selected Ji-yeon Selected Ji-yeon
Si-hun Ji-a Ji-yeon Ji-a Selected Ji-a
So-yeon Se-hoon Jin-taek Won and Chose Se-hoon Jin-taek Jin-taek
Su-min Not in Inferno Jun-sik Se-hoon Si-hun Unselected
Ye-won Jun-sik Jun-sik Jun-sik - - Jun-sik
  Male Contestant
  Female Contestant
  Sent a letter to
  Chose/Chosen for date in Inferno
  Chose and didn't go đồ sộ Paradise
  Successfully paired and went đồ sộ Paradise or Chosen/Chose someone đồ sộ go đồ sộ Paradise
  Failed đồ sộ make a final pair
  Made a final pair

Season 2[edit]

Promotional poster for season two.



Name Hangul Age About
Lee Nadine 이나딘 May 1, 2000 (age 23)
  • Neuroscience major at Harvard University
  • Regularly featured with her younger sister on her mother's Youtube channel 'Nimo Fam'[12]
Shin Seul-ki 신슬기 March 3, 1998 (age 25)
  • Piano major at Seoul National University
  • Participated in the 2020 Miss Korea Chunhyang along with Season 1 participant Shin Ji-yeon
Park Se-jeong 박세정 1997 (age 25–26)
  • Model, managed by YG KPlus[13]
  • Modeled for brands such as BMW and Sony
Lee So-e 이소이 October 2000 (age 23)
  • Acting major at Hanyang University
  • Managed by Saram Entertainment for acting activities[14]
  • Appeared in minor roles in Netflix drama The Glory, JTBC Snowdrop and Disney+ drama The First Responders[14]
Choi Seo-eun 최서은 April 16, 1994 (age 29)
  • Artist
  • Crowned as Miss Korea 2021
Lim Min-su 임민수 1997 (age 25–26)
  • Model and CEO of online clothing boutique


Name Hangul Age About
Choi Jong-woo 최종우 1998 (age 24–25)
  • Barista of a family-owned cafe in Gangwon-do
Jo Yoong-jae 조융재 1991 (age 31–32)
  • Investment broker at Shinhan Investment Corp
  • Graduated with a Finance Management major from Hanyang University
Kim Han-bin 김한빈 1999 (age 23–24)
  • Chef
Shin Dong-woo 신동우 1991 (age 31–32)
  • Plastic surgeon
  • Graduated from Yonsei University's College of Medicine
Kim Jin-young 김진영 1995 (age 27–28)
  • YouTuber
  • Former ROKN UDT soldier
Kim Se-jun 김세준 July 31, 1996 (age 27)
  • Tailor at Ascottage, founded by Season 1 participant Oh Jin-taek

Coupling History[edit]

Single Episode
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Nadine Dong-woo Dong-woo Dong-woo Yoong-jae Selected Not selected
Seul-ki Dong-woo Dong-woo Selected Jin-young Selected Jong-woo
So-e Yoong-jae Won and Chose Yoong-jae Yoong-jae Selected Han-bin Se-jun
Se-jeong Yoong-jae Yoong-jae Jin-young Not selected
Seo-eun Jung-woo Yoong-jae Selected Han-bin Selected Yoong-jae
Jong-woo Seul-ki Selected Seul-ki Seul-ki Seul-ki Seul-ki
Yoong-jae Se-jeong Selected Seo-eun Nadine Selected Seo-eun Seo-eun
Han-bin Seo-eun Seo-eun Seo-eun Selected Seo-eun
Dong-woo Nadine Seul-ki Nadine Seul-ki
Jin-young Not in Inferno Won and Chose Seul-ki Selected Selected Nadine Seul-ki
Min-su Not in Inferno Jin-young Jin-young Not Selected
Se-jun Not in Inferno So-e So-e
  Male Contestant
  Female Contestant
  Sent a letter to
  Chose/Chosen for date in Inferno
  Chose and didn't go đồ sộ Paradise
  Successfully paired and went đồ sộ Paradise or Chosen/Chose someone đồ sộ go đồ sộ Paradise
  Failed đồ sộ make a final pair
  Made a final pair



It has been described as a Korean version of Bachelor in Paradise.[15] Single's Inferno has been ranked among Netflix's Global Top 10 list, becoming the first Korean reality show đồ sộ reach the list.[16][17] It became popular in many regions, and the hashtag #singlesinferno was trending on social truyền thông throughout its run rẩy.[18] The third season was confirmed with changes in rules and location.[19][20]

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There had been a handful of controversies during and after the show. While the show was popular as it was airing, some fans were irked by the amount of comments season one had on one contestant's, Shin Ji-Yeon, skin. In Korea, the beauty standard is đồ sộ have "white skin." It is noticeable how often male and female contestants commented and complimented her white skin. Netizens criticized the way the show portrayed having "white skin" as something more desirable than thở not.[21]

After season one, female contestant Song Ji-a received backlash for wearing fake luxury items. Because her nội dung is about her high maintenance lifestyle and because she regularly shared reviews about certain luxury products, fans were disappointed by her admittance that the rumors of her wearing fake items were partially true. She has since apologized on her social truyền thông and deleted posts that showed these fake items.[22][23]

Season two cast members, Jo Yoong-jae and Choi Seo-eun, were heavily criticized when the matched pair announced a người yêu thích meeting that would take place in February 2022. The tickets were ₩77 thousand, which netizens thought was highly priced. Many netizens thought the two were not celebrities and therefore should have treated a người yêu thích meeting as something more casual. A price of ₩77 thousand is usually what singers and actors priced their tickets for their fanmeets, and contestants from a dating show were not of the same caliber in many people's views. Them also announcing that they will be giving out autographs further irked netizens, as that would imply them đồ sộ be celebrities rather than thở contestants on a show.[citation needed]

See also[edit]

  • Korean wave
  • Love Is Blind: Japan


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