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"Uncontrollably Fond", only the Chinese review left

2016/05/03 | 5795 views | Permalink | Source

The new KBS 2TV drama "Uncontrollably Fond" just has the Chinese evaluations to go through to be broadcast in China at the same time as Korea.

"Uncontrollably Fond", starring Kim Woo-bin and Suzy, has gone into the final stages of editing the drama. It's being planned for simultaneous release in China and Korea this July so the pre-produced ten episodes of the drama has been submitted for evaluations over the course of 2 months. The other ten episodes will be sent on the 6th of May. The plan is to give the drama a good span of two months to be promoted and spread out to locals

Most of all, the production company is under the pressure of "Uncontrollably Fond" succeeding at this simultaneous broadcast like its predecessor "Descendants of the Sun". Writer Lee Kyeong-hee of "Uncontrollably Fond" has a crazy fan base as big as Kim Eun-sook who wrote "Descendants of the Sun". She's proven her writing skills in "Nice Guy", "Thank You", "Sorry, I Love You" and more.

The fact that Kim Woo-bin and Suzy are starring in "Uncontrollably Fond", is a factor for success. Kim Woo-bin plays the bad-tempered Hallyu star and Suzy, a producer and many fans can't wait to see that chemistry.

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