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"That Winter, the Wind Blows" ends beautifully without extension

2013/03/28 | 10635 views | Permalink | Source

The drama will end on the 3rd of April with 16 episodes. It ranked top within the first two episodes and was requested to add a few more episodes towards the end but was decided to stop there for the sake of perfection.

More than half the drama was already pre-made at the start and writer Noh Hee-kyeong had completed writing it a month before the ending date. It was called the flawless drama as there were no scraps of edits and overnight shootings. This is another reason why no extensions were made.

A spokesperson for the drama said, "There were many requests for extra episodes but we had already perfected everything to episode sixteen>"

Meanwhile, "That Winter, the Wind Blows" drew the attention of the Hong Kong International Film Festival. A buyer who bought the rights to the drama in Malaysia said, "The Hallyu fans are crazy about this drama. They want to meet Jo In-sung and Song Hye-kyo. We want to have them over as guests before we start airing it in Malaysia".

Source : www.etoday.co.kr/news...

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