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"Temporary Idols" Meets Global Fans on Netflix

2017/12/03 | 601 views | Permalink | Source

SBS and YG K Plus drama "Temporary Idols" was released on Netflix on the 27th of November and is accessible to viewers worldwide on Netflix

"Temporary Idols" will also be released on the SBS free-to-air/ground wave TV channel as well on the 10th and 17th of December at 12: 05 AM KST. Highlights can be replayed on Kakao TV and Melon TV. "Temporary Idols" can be seen on both TV and mobile. At the end of December, POOQ will stream "Temporary Idols".

Meanwhile, the story of the debuting process of a mixed idol group's is a collaborative work of SBS and YG K Plus, one of the final selection titles from the Kyeonggi Contents Association production support. The idea of the production has been popular since the news broke. The cast includes Kim Min-kyo, Hwang Seung-eon, Kim Hee-jung-I, Kwon Hyun-bin, Lee Soohyun, Kwon Young-deuk, and Kang Sung-jin.

Source : www.ytn.co.kr/_ln/012...

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