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"The Last Empress" Jang Nara and Shin Sung-rok Ready to Tackle Modern Day Monarchy

2018/11/20 | 1501 views | Permalink | Source

The cast of "The Last Empress" expect a 20% viewing percentage.

The premiere of the SBS drama "The Last Empress" was held in Mokdong, Seoul on the 20th with Jang Nara, Choi Jin-hyuk, Shin Sung-rok, Lee Elijah, Yoon Da-hoon, Lee Hee-jin, Yoon So-yi, and Stephanie Lee.

Shin Sung-rok's most recent drama "Return" recorded a shocking 17.4% which is the highest result by an SBS drama this year. Therefore, he anticipates to have that effect on "The Last Empress" and go over 20%.

Jang Nara said, "If the percentage goes over 25%, I will arrange a tour to the Buyeo in Chung-nam where we filmed the drama with the viewers and the staff who helped to make the drama".

Regarding the issue that "The Last Empress" is directed byJoo Dong-min who was involved with the issues surrounding "Return" by replacing the leading actress, Shin Sung-rok said, "This will be his signature drama and he communicates with everyone on set".

"The Last Empress" begins on the 21st of November.

Source : www.ajunews.com/view/...

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