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Park Yoo-chun and Park Ha-sun

2014/01/02 | 2175 views | Permalink | Source

Park Yoo-chun and Park Ha-sun turned out to be the first and second place winners of the biggest influences over Japan in 2013.

According to a survey by a Japanese DVD/CD rental company TSUTAYA, the BEST 20 Korean dramas from the 1st of January to the 30th of November 2013 resulted in MBC "Dong Yi" and SBS "The Rooftop Prince".

"The Rooftop Prince is a drama from the year 2012. It was greatly popular on KNTV as well as TBS in Japan and Park Yoo-chun has formed a base of popularity in Japan for this.

"Dong Yi" has also been constantly loved in Japan since 2010. Park Ha-sun played the role of Queen In-hyeon and created a strong base of fans. Naturally, Park Yoo-chun and Park Ha-sun's "Three Days" is greatly anticipated over there.

"Three Days" productions Golden Thumb Pictures say, "The survey is very encouraging. There has been love calls from overseas due to it. Park Ha-sun and Park Yoo-chun will open up a new prospect to Korean drama.

"Three Days" is written by Kim Eun-hee-I who also wrote "Sign" and "Ghost - Drama", directed by Sin Kyeong-soo from "Deep-rooted Tree" and stars Park Yoo-chun, Park Ha-sun, Son Hyun-joo, Jang Hyun-sung, So Yi-hyun and more. To be aired in February after "My Love from the Star".

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