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Naver Series, Watch Web-Novels With Kim Yun-seok, Byun Yo-han and Others

2019/10/07 | 266 views | Permalink | Source

Naver Series revealed on the 7th that there will be a brand campaign for the next month.

This campaign features Kim Yun-seok, Soo Ae, Lee Je-hoon and Byun Yo-han in each series. Through this, TV commercials show that web stories are highly immersive and easy content when they are made into movies.

On the Naver series app, various events are under way to offer free cookies to users who have seen four pieces featuring the actors and to new app installers.

Naver Series marketing leader Cha Hana said, "The campaign was designed to promote the high-quality web story of the Naver Series, which has recently received much attention for its original production of popular dramas and movies, as it is immersive content that even famous actors are falling for. You can enjoy various genres of web novels on Naver Series".

Source : www.etoday.co.kr/news...

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