The show was not renewed for a third season due to low ratings despite the new additions being well-received.
Since returning to Korea, Park has largely been cast in various variety and reality shows such as Infinite Challenge, Saturday Night Live Korea, Radio Star, Life Bar and others, having gained popularity with audiences due to his cheerful persona and candidness.
In the midst of preparations for the group's debut and album, Park was cast in a beer commercial for Oriental Brewery and also landed a small role in the SBS sitcom Soonpoong Clinic (ko) as the boyfriend of Song Hye-kyo's character.
With his quirky humor and imperfect, childlike grasp of the Korean language, in contrast to his Eurasian masculine looks and tanned chiseled physique, he won the hearts of all the viewers And through this show he gained mass appeal/recognition and was wanted on numerous magazines to show off his physique with his platinum blonde hair which was unheard of at the time for an Asian.
Anyways, it's just the two of them changing places as the hero and the villain, though Harleen Quinzel, AKA Harley Quin can be a heroine and deeply in love with a man who despite losing everything tries his best to keep on smiling and be the greatest hero in existence.