London Korean Drama Screenings #6: Three Musketeers & Healer

London Korean Drama Screenings #6: Three Musketeers & Healer

London Korean Drama Screenings #6: Three Musketeers & Healer

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Do not forget to book by emailing the KCCUK at [email protected] or calling them at 0207 004 2600

You are also invited to confirm your attendance on our Facebook and MeetUp event pages.


Korean TV drama fans are invited to join the sixth event of the yearly London Korean Drama Screenings on Thursday 6 August, from 7:00pm.

Pilot episodes to be screened will be:



The_Three_Musketeers_tvn-posterThe Three Musketeers (삼총사)
First Broadcast: tvN (2014), 12 episodes
Produced by: CJ E&M
Cast: Jung Yong-hwa, Lee Jin-wook, Yang Dong-geun, Jung Hae-in
Synopsis: The Three Musketeers is a television adaptation of Alexandre Dumas’ novel of the same name but with a Korean twist. Set in 17th century Joseon Dynasty, the story follows the Crown Prince and his three guards as they embark on an unforgettable journey. This classic talke follows a poverty-stricken young man of noble birth determined to join the royal military forces. This man, named Park Dal-hyang (Jung Yong-hwa) crosses path with the Crown Prince and eventually becomes the third member of his guard party.


Healer_TV_series-posterHealer (힐러)
First Broadcast: KBS2 (2014-2015), 20 episodes
Produced by: Kim Jong-hak Productions
Cast: Ji Chang-wook, Park Min-young, Yoo Ji-tae
Synopsis: In the early 1980s, an incident occurred because five friends were operating a radio station illegally.
Years pass and the five fellows find themselves together once again. Kim Moon-ho (Yoo Ji-tae) is a successful journalist, by chance, he discovers the truth about the events all those years before and gets back in touch with the other four to make things clear and solve the conflict.

About the author:

Created in April 2014, Daehan Drama aims to promote Korean TV dramas towards the UK audience, as well as facilitate dialogue between the British and Korean creative industries.

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