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"The King Loves" finishes production, Yoona, "It took a lot of care"

2017/06/21 | Permalink | Source

Im Si-wan, Im Yoona and Hong Jong-hyun have finished making "The King Loves".

The new MBC drama "The King Loves" is a fiction medieval drama about the mixed up romance between three men and women. The casts are Im Si-wan, Im Yoona, Hong Jong-hyun, Oh Min-suk, Jung Bo-suk, Jang Young-nam and more.

"The King Loves" had its last take in Buyeo, Choongchungnam-do on the 15th. It took the drama 6 months to make. Everyone was on site to watch the finalizing of the drama.

At the end, Im Si-wan made a speech and expressed his gratitude and hopes for the drama.

Im Yoon-ah also said, "I enjoyed the 6 months working with such amazing people. Eun-san was a new challenge for me. It took a lot of care, but I hope our hard work reaches the viewers".

Hong Jong-hyun said, "We started when it was cold and ended when it is hot. We cried and we laughed. All these people are the reason I could make I through. I can't wait for the drama but we still have about a month left".

"The King Loves" begins in the middle of July.

Source : www.tvreport.co.kr/?c...

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