"The King's Affection", Park Eun-bin and Lee Pil-mo Tested Negative for COVID-19, Nam Yoon-su Still Waiting

Park Eun-bin, Lee Pil-mo, Son Yeo-eun, and Bae Soo-bin in the drama "The King's Affection" were tested negative for the COVID-19 infection.


KBS 2TV's new drama "The King's Affection" said, "Park Eun-bin, Bae Soo-bin, Lee Pil-mo, Ko Kyu-pil, Son Jong-hak, and others all tested negative". Nam Yoon-su is still waiting on results.

According to an official of "The King's Affection" on the 26th, the supporting cast who participated in the shooting on the 24th was confirmed with COVID-19 on the 26th. Inspections were conducted on all officials who participated in the filming on the 24th, including production staff and actors. Also, there was no filming schedule on the 26th and 27th.

In response, Nam Yoon-su, who participated in the shooting with Park Eun-bin, Bae Soo-bin, Lee Pil-mo and Son Yeo-eun on the 25th, was also tested for COVID-19. In addition, main actor Rowoon (SF9), who did not participate in the filming on the 24th and 25th, as well as major actors Bae Yoon-kyung and Choi Byung-chan did not undergo COVID-19 tests because their movements did not overlap. Those who have not been tested for corona are awaiting further notice from the production team.

In addition, all the staff members were tested negative except for three to four people who will be released on the 28th.

"The King's Affection" is in a situation where no additional confirmed cases have been found, but it is not letting its guard down because there are still people waiting for the results of the test results. As a result, the production team is discussing whether to shoot in the future.

Meanwhile, "The King's Affection" is a royal romance that depicts a child born as a twin and abandoned only because she is a girl, who becomes a crown prince through the death of her brother, the prince's death.