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Wed & Thurs dramas cancelled on election day April 13 except for 'Descendants of the Sun'

2016/04/13 | 3442 views | Permalink | Source

'Descendants of the Sun' has been broadcast on the 20th legislative elections day April 13th as regularly scheduled.

The hit drama KBS 2TV's Wednesday & Thursday show, 'Descendants of the Sun' has aired the episode 15 at 10 PM as regularly scheduled between the coverage of the legislative election and the drama will wrap up next day with the episode 16 finally.

Also, 'Descendants of the Sun' special programs will air the part one and two at 10 PM on Wednesday & Thursday next week. Part three will be broadcast from 9:30 PM to 11:45 PM on Friday April 23rd.

Meanwhile, MBC's Wednesday & Thursday drama, "Goodbye Mr. Black" and SBS' "Please Come Back, Mister" have cancelled the Wednesday show on the election day and will air two episodes together next day on Thursday consecutively.

Source : www.tvj.co.kr/news/ar...

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