“Full House 2” Airs Simultaneously in Japan and Korea
“Full House Take 2” marks a milestone. The drama, currently airing on SBS Plus is the first series to broadcast simultaneously in Japan. It goes on air in Japanese TV station TBS on October 29, making it the first Korean drama to air both in Japan and Korea at the same time.
The series stars No Min Woo as the perfectionist Lee Tae Ik and Hwang Jung Eum as Jang Man Ok, an unlikely stylist of Tae Ik’s top idol group TAKE ONE. Park Ki Woong plays Tae Ik’s fellow TAKE ONE member Won Kang Hwi and the third side of the “Full House Take 2” love triangle.
“Full House 2” is a joint venture and co-production of companies from China, Japan and Korea. It has also gained attention from its careful planning and
production. It goes on air after being completely shot. Shooting for the drama was completed in April.
“It’s rare for dramas to go on air pre-produced and it’s even more unusual for the domestic market,” a representative from “Full House 2” said. “We have a solid crew and actors who are able to give life to a good story, so we hope for a good response. We hope to give back to the fans of ‘Full House’ both in Japan and South Korea by putting in effort to do our best work.”
The first “Full House” was a hit 2004 drama starring Rain and Song Hye Gyo, and an adaptation of the manhwa by Won Soo Yeon.