SBS’ new Wednesday – Thursday drama “Three Days” has been postponed.
According to multiple broadcast officials on December 4, “Three Days,” which was originally scheduled to premiere in February 2014, has been delayed for an indefinite time period.
The reason for the delay has not been disclosed. However, an affiliate of the drama hinted, “’Three Days’ was scheduled to begin filming at the beginning of December. However, SBS revealed that it would be difficult to broadcast the drama in February 2014.”
The drama completed its casting from early on brining together Park Yoochun, Park Ha Sun, Son Hyun Joo, Yoon Jae Moon, So Yi Hyun, Jang Hyun Sung, and Kwon Min. In regards to the drama’s delay, another affiliate of the drama remarked, “From my knowledge, the actors are meeting with each other to practice,” but “The broadcasting company is telling us to just wait. We cannot draw to any conclusions right now, but we are frustrated,” with a sigh.
“Three Days” portrays the story of the President disappearing while vacationing at his vacation home. His bodyguards must go through various obstacles to protect him and escort him back to the Blue House.
JYJ3′s note: Latest update is that ‘Three Days’ is a free agent and with SBS broadcasting falls through, then MBC or KBS can choose to buy the broadcasting rights