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‘The Bachelor’ 2014 Spoilers: Episode 4 Films Juan Pablo and Cast in Korea

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Can you believe “The Bachelor” 2014 spoilers are up to episode 4?  That’s right.  And at this point, Juan Pablo and his cast are overseas in South Korea. The show doesn’t even air until January and already a lot of information has emerged over the events of filming season 18.

According to Reality Steve’s latest spoilers, Juan Pablo was on a group date with six of his ladies in Seoul, South Korea. They were at the concert of pop band, 2NE1, at Time Square Mall. A video featured Juan Pablo dancing with his cast acting as backup dancers. In one of the videos, a couple of the girls were super into the whole thing. It was the girl dressed in super neon colors was who got the most attention. She thought she was making herself stand out to Juan Pablo by showing off her dancing abilities. It’s almost uncomfortable to watch because it’s so awkward.

The meaning behind the date isn’t known yet, but they seemed to have a good time in this “Bachelor” episode.

On Sept. 20, Juan Pablo had a one-on-one date with Kat Hurd. They ran in the Salt Lake City Electric Run. Kat reportedly received a rose on that date.

When more spoilers arise for the show, the cast will be at some other exotic location. It seems that “The Bachelor” 2014 itinerary include the Asian territory this time.  The show certainly covers a lot of ground in their travels!

“The Bachelor” 2014, season 18, premieres on ABC Mon., Jan. 6 at 8 p.m., ET/PT.

Are you ready to see Juan Pablo find love on the show?

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