London Korean Drama Screenings #8: Three Days & Mr. Baek

London Korean Drama Screenings #8: Three Days & Mr. Baek

London Korean Drama Screenings #8: Three Days & Mr. Baek

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

We would be grateful if you could also confirm on the Facebook page or MeetUp page of the event too.

 

PLEASE NOTE WE SCREEN ONLY THE FIRST EPISODE (PILOT) OF EACH DRAMA SERIES.

Korean TV drama fans are invited to join the eighth event of the yearly London Korean Drama Screenings on Thursday 1 October, from 7:00pm.

Pilot episodes to be screened will be:

 

Three Days (쓰리데이즈)
First Broadcast: SBS (2014), 16 episodes
Produced by: Goldenthumb Pictures
Cast: Park Yoo-chun, Son Hyun-joo, Park Ha-sun

Synopsis: Whilst on vacation at a private villa, the President of South Korea goes missing. Three gunshots are heard in the middle of the night… and three days is the time his bodyguards, led by elite agent Han Tae-kyung (Park Yoo-chun) have to find the President, escort him safely back to the Blue House and arrest the ones behind the kidnapping.

 

Mr. Baek (미스터 백)
First Broadcast: MBC (2014), 16 episodes
Produced by: Lee Kim Productions
Cast: Shin Ha-kyun, Jang Na-ra, Lee Joon

Synopsis: Mr. Baek is based upon Lee Jo-yeong’s short story “Oldeumaen”. Choi Go-bong (Shin Ha-kyun) CEO of a large corporation, is a 70-year old bitter old man whose life only revolves around money. His son, Choi Dae-han (Lee Joon) is a pretentious young man more interested in money games than his own father’s company. One day, Go-bong meets Eun Ha-soo (Jang Na-ra) a hard-working and generous young woman whom he will come to appreciate despite her apparent mean and stubborn nature. Following an accident, he will be thirty years old again, and for the first time will fall in love.

 

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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