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"Uncontrollably Fond" sold at 400,000 USD per episode

2016/07/03 | 4317 views | Permalink | Source

The drama "Uncontrollably Fond" has been sold for 400,000 USD per episode.

According to sources, KBS 2TV drama "Uncontrollably Fond" has been sold to China for 400,000 USD per episode.

This is the first time a domestic drama has been sold for that much. The tvN "Entourage - Korea" was bought in for 300,000 USD per episode. Even KBS 2TV "Descendants of the Sun" was sold for 250,000 USD per episode. The reason for such high value is thanks to Kim Woo-bin and Suzy's popularity in China.

Suzy has a wide reputation in China thanks to the group Miss A. Kim Woo-bin has been famous there since 2013 for "The Heirs". Their synergy blended together to create this great result.

"Uncontrollably Fond" is the story of a man and a woman who parted on bad terms in the past, reuniting later as a super star and a documentary producer. Kim Woo-bin and Bae Suzy are taking on the roles of a super star named Sin Joon-yeong and timid No-eul, a documentary producer.

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