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jTBC drama "Fermented Family" carries out rituals

2011/10/11 | Permalink | Source

General service channel jTBC's special drama "Fermented Family" carried out rituals, wishing that the drama succeeds without trouble.

Song Il-gook, Park Jin-hee, Lee Dae-geun, Kang Shin-il, Kim Young-hoon and other main actors were there at Jeonbuk, Wanju, which is the main background of the drama.

Director Park Chan-hong said, "I hope the staff and actors can all work together happily just like the title and I hope we don't run into any trouble along the way".

Song Il-gook also said, "Please let us worry about having to extend the drama or not because we score over 30% of viewers". Park Jin-hee said, "My man (Song Il-gook) has already said everything so I'm going to keep it short. I am going to trust my man and do my best".

The ritual took about an hour. "Fermented Family" is about a family running a Korean restaurant and the mysterious customers than come there. Coming soon on the 7th of December.

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