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KBS to export 'Winter Sonata', the originator of Hanryu, to Tanzania

2005/07/01 | 220 views | Permalink | Source

Following Egypt and Ghana, KBS drama 'Winter Sonata', the originator of Hanryu(Korean wave) is exported to Tanzania for the third time among Africa nations.

An official responsible for global strategic team at KBS said that Tanzania's state-run broadcasting iTV imported it by judging that the drama is likely to attract popularity in the country as well.

Succeeding work such as cut-in is under way and its broadcast date is not decided yet.

From the producers of "A Tale of Autumn" (a.k.a. Endless Love) comes this sensational new TV Series, "Winter Sonata".

Just like "A Tale of Autumn", this drama has been very popular in Korea. With this drama you can experience the sadness of losing a first love. In addition, the beautiful winter scenery is a must-see!

In this drama Joon Sang (Bae Yong-joon) voluntarily transfers to a new high school in search for his biological father. Eugene (Choi Ji-woo) and Sang Hyuk (Park Yong-ha) have been good friends since they were children, but Sang Hyuk wants to be more than just her friend.

But Eugene falls for the mysterious Joon Sang instead and opens his heart. Just as their love was starting to grow, Joon Sang comes to the startling realization that his dad is not Sang Hyuk's dad, but is Eugene's dad.

The Source : Koreacontent News Team

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