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Choi Ji-woo and Yoon Sang-hyun power! "Can't Lose"

2011/09/25 | 2151 views | Permalink | Source

"Can't Lose" is receiving exceptional attention from foreign markets.

MBC mini series, "Can't Lose" is being talked for exporting to Japan, Taiwan, China and other Asian countries. It is known that the publication right for each episode is more than any other drama in this country so far.

Lee Kim Productions said, "We can't reveal the exact number of price but it has exceeded the amount a 20-series drama would cost".

So far the highest publication rights dramas were "Jumong" and "Queen Seondeok", both historicals. They were known to have cost a hundred million each episode. There have been speculations that "Can't Lose" might be around the same or more amount.

Japan has the most interest for this than any other Asian country. This is because Choi Ji-woo, the Hallyu star is in it. Yoon Sang-hyun's previous "My Fair Lady" was also aired on Japan's TBS and this adds to his part as well. Also, the fact that "Can't Lose" is based on an original Japanese drama called "The Fight Between the Sasaki's" is another reason for the Japanese to take so much interest in it.

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