Park Yoo Chun and Park Ha Sun who will lead upcoming SBS TV Wed-Thu drama ‘Three Days’ this February, are already showing some good chemistry, after they had topped a poll which polled Japanese fans on the most influential Korean dramas in Japan for the past year.
Japan’s nationwide chain of video rental shops and bookstores, Tsutaya, had held a poll on the ‘Most Influential Korean Dramas Best 20’ from January 1st to November 30th of last year. In the end, MBC TV drama ‘Dong Yi’ was ranked first, while SBS TV drama ‘Rooftop Prince’ was second.
‘Rooftop Prince’ was a 2012 drama that was led by Park Yoo Chun. It first aired on Japan’s Korean Wave Variety channel KNTV, before airing on Japan’s TBS in June, and is highly popular among Japanese fans. Park Ha Sun starred as Queen In Hyun in the 2010 drama ‘Dong Yi’, and has continued to draw attention from Japanese fans since.
The production company for ‘Three Days’, Golden Thumb Pictures, said with confidence, “The results of the poll by Tsutaya has really excited us. The increasing number of overseas requests for the broadcast rights of ‘Three Days’ is probably because of this poll results. We will seek to open a new era for Korean dramas through Park Yoo Chun and Park Ha Sun.”
‘Three Days’ sees the collaboration of screenwriter Kim Eun Hee (SIGN, Ghost) and director Shin Kyung Soo (Tree of Deep Roots), with filming set to crank in on January 26th.
The drama will take over from ‘You Who Came From The Stars’ in end-February.
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