The SBS thriller “Three Days” seems to have appealed to both viewers and the advertisement of top brands. Although recently hitting its halfway mark through the broadcast of its eighth episode, “Three Days” has already reaped advertisement sponsors worth 30 billion won (~ 2,833,931 USD), selling every advertisement spot since the broadcast of its first episode. The total sponsor amount reflected how the drama was able to gain 400 million won (~378.449 USD) in advertisement sponsors per episode. Such ads do not simply translate to commercials before or after the drama, but rather brand items or places that were utilized and shown within the drama.
Yet, the high advertisement sponsor initially seemed difficult as “Three Days” was not a typical drama in which such ads could easily be utilized. For instance, as the drama featured high paced actions scenes in which the bodyguard, played by Park Yoochun, must uncover the truth behind the President of Korea, Son Hyun Joo, while also protecting him, the usual drama cafe scenes in which the cafe brand would have been advertised were difficult to incorporate. However, the strength of a drama’s contents was displayed through “Three Days,” as the drama has been able to sell out all 30 of its advertisement space for each of the 70 minutes episodes.
In 3 Days, Han (Park Yoo-chun) uncovers a huge conspiracy to assassinate the president.
Park Yoo-chun is back with a meaty role as the president’s bodyguard, Han Tae-kyung, in 3 Days.
Four years have passed since JYJ member Park Yoo-chun tackled his first major role in KBS’ Sungkyunkwan Scandal.
To date, the 27-year-old K-pop idol and actor has forged a rock-solid television career for himself, starring as the lead in a string of four steady crowd pleasers, including SBS’ Rooftop Prince and MBC’s soap Missing You, all of which nabbed respectable viewer shares.
This year, he is poised to make his big-screen debut in Sea Fog, a film produced by Snowpiercer’s director Bong Joon-ho, and is also knee deep into filming his latest project, SBS’ political thriller 3 Days.
“I believe I received the first script last summer,” said Park. “The moment I got the script I remember saying that I really wanted to star in this series,” Park said of 3 Days.
Of his latest role, Park said, “I am doing my utmost to fully capture and convey the various emotions that my character feels.”
I was so happy on this eps, after NO TaeBo’s scene at all on eps. 7, We got this from this eps, THE AWKWARD MOMENT from TaeBo. XD……My fav from this eps.
They always met on intense situation (didn’t count their 1st encounter) but this time is different. So, I think its really awkward moment for both. Don’t know what to do, eventhough BW gave her smile to TK. XD
Note: For April’s Fools Day, SBS changed the text logo of ‘Three Days’ (쓰리데이즈) to ‘God’s Gift’ (신의 선물) >.<
After Prosecutor Choi Ji Hoon of the Special Inspection team has the encounter with [Chairman] Do Jin, he decides to re-investigate the Yangjinri incident. Tae Kyung and Bo Won with Dong Hwi face against Do Jin to inform about the truth of the Yangjinri incident. Meanwhile, infiltrating the head office of Jaesin Group, Tae Kyung encounters an unexpected character.