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Accident on Set of "A Korean Odyssey" Injures Staff Member

2017/12/26 | Permalink | Source

A broadcasting accident involving a staff member occured on the set of tvN drama "A Korean Odyssey" on the 23rd.

The staff member was putting something up on the ceiling and fell 3 meters (~9.84 feet), resulting in back and hip injuries.

He injured his back, hips, and possibly his head, which could lead to cerebral hemorrhage. Medics have said that this person could possibly end up brain dead. Currently, he is well enough to recognize his famiy.

Although the accident occured, tvN made the choice to release the first episode of "A Korean Odyssey". The family of the injured staff member are planning on sueing the company. tvN reports that they are investigating the accident.

"A Korean Odyssey" also had roughly ten minute-long broadcasting accident with the computer graphics. As a result, the episode that was to be released on the 31st has been postponed to the following week.

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