(From left to right: Mark, Guillaume, Alberto, Alex, Nik, Rucky, Moilbong, Hussain, Aurélien)
India: Gupta Abhishek aka Lucky (from New Delhi)
Pakistan: Hussain Zahid (works at a solar energy company)
China: Mao Yifeng (from Shanghai)
France: Aurélien Loubert (fluent in English, Japanese, Russian, and Korean)
Switzerland: Alex Mazzucchelli (lived in USA, Italy, England, Egypt, Beijing, etc)
Germany: Niklas Klabunde (from Hamburg, maknae panelist)
Italy: Alberto Mondi (from Venice, original panelist)
USA: Mark Tetto (from New York, guested in E24)
Canada: Guillaume Patry (from Quebec, original panelist)
Article: 'Abnormal Summit' New G7 joins the show... "To have discussions in depth"
Source: Sports Chosun via Naver
1. [+48, -7] I like the addition of Mark Tetto~ Their language skills are all amazing. They all have jobs, so I don't think they're appearing on the show for fame. They're talented in their own ways, why would they do this show to be celebrities ㅋㅋ
2. [+32, -6] I frowned when they were digging out each other's private life instead of having a discussion. I personally wanted to see more of Gerniel, Poland, Egypt, and Norway...
3. [+23, -4] Mark looks really charismatic and handsome in the photo. He's so nice in real life...
4. [+13, -1] I'm a foreigner and I've been watching this show since the first episode. Panelist change makes me so sad. This show also discusses one's internal feelings, so I feel very attached to the panelists. It's hard to hear news about the members' whereabouts since I'm not in Korea. It makes me more sad...
Article: 'Abnormal' season 2 panelists '3 Asians, 2 North Americans, 4 Europeans'
Source: My Daily via Naver
1. [+20, -2] I'm excited and worried...
2. [+14, -4] Shouldn't they have at least one black panelist? They don't even have any African or South American. They should've made it a bit more diverse. As a fan of the show who watched all the episodes, this looks like the worst panelist change.
3. [+5, -1] They don't have anyone from South America, Africa, or Oceania... They should've chosen the panelists from every continent. Hispanic population is huge globally, but there's no Hispanic panelist either. Once again, European panelists are all from a close region. Switzerland is multicultural with German, French, and Italian-speaking people. I'm sure it'll overlap with other European panelists. There's 9 panelists and 4 of them are European, isn't it too much?