“365: Repeat The Year” Cast Shares Closing Comments After Their Drama’s Finale
MBC’s time-slip thriller drama, “365: Repeat the Year,” aired its highly anticipated finale on April 28.
Ahead of the broadcast of the final episode, the cast shared their thoughts on the end of their drama.
Lee Joon Hyuk said, “I first want to thank the viewers who enjoyed ‘365’ until the end. If viewers had fun while watching our drama, then that means I was able to successfully communicate with them during that time. Because I was able to make such great memories with the viewers, the time I spent with ‘365’ was a precious and happy time for me that I will not soon forget.”
Nam Ji Hyun said, “It still doesn’t feel like this is the end. I will have to see a new drama taking our place in our time slot next week before it will feel like our drama has truly ended. I’ve never done a 24-episode drama before, so it feels like the time has gone by faster than usual. I hope that we can leave good memories behind until the very end. Thank you for loving our drama.”
Kim Ji Soo said, “This was my first drama project in a while and I had a lot of concerns about it as an actor. But I was happy and grateful to be able to work with such an amazing cast and crew. I will not forget the precious time I spent together with good people. Thank you from the bottom of my heart to those who loved and treasured ‘365.’ Thank you.”
Lee Sung Wook said, “I realized how great a drama ‘365’ would be when I first saw the script and I have enjoyed watching the drama as a viewer. I am grateful to be playing a character with two totally different personalities in such a fun drama. It’s a villain role, so I felt pressured about portraying emotions that I’d never felt before, but now I regret having to say goodbye to Park Sun Ho.”
He continued, “I was able to finish filming happily and comfortably due to our cool and refreshing director Kim Kyung Hee, as well as the actors and staff members who worked hard to express and capture every emotion. I hope that we can become even better friends when we next meet. Thank you to everyone who loved ‘365.’ I will greet you again soon through an interesting new project.”
Ryeo Woon said, “It was an honor to work with such brilliant seniors and such a great director and crew. I was able to learn a lot on set. It was a valuable time in which I was able to mature. I will work hard in order to show my growth with a new project soon.”
Watch the finale of “365: Repeat the Year” below!