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"Daemul - Big Thing" presser to be covered live in Japanese on Twitter

2010/09/29 | 578 views | Permalink | Source

Poster image for SBS TV series "Daemul - Big Thing" [SBS]

Today's press conference for "Daemul - Big Thing", an upcoming SBS TV series starring top Korean actress Go Hyun-jung and Hallyu star kwon Sang-woo, will be covered live by the broadcaster through Twitter in both Korean and Japanese.

An official at SBS Contents Hub told 10Asia over the phone on Wednesday that they will provide real-time updates of the press conference, taking place at 2 p.m. at the Lotte Hotel in Jamsil disctrict of Seoul, on their Twitter account http://twitter.com/SBSNOW through photographs accompanied by subtitles in Japanese.

She also said that the official website contains an introduction of the drama's characters and a preview video of the first episode in Japanese as well, adding SBS will continue to provide Japanese subtitles for previews.

"These services are for the fans -- they will not be able to attend the press conference today nor have they been able to read articles related to the show", she explained.

"Daemul - Big Thing", based on a popular comic series, is about a gigolo played by Kwon, who helps a human rights lawyer played by Ko, to achieve her dream of becoming Korea's first female president.

Actor Cha In-pyo and actress Lee Soo-kyung will also appear in the series set to premiere on October 6.

Jessica Kim jesskim@
<ⓒ10Asia All rights reserved>

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