The broadcast rights for the new drama “Now, We Are Breaking Up” starring Song Hye-kyo and Jang Ki-young were sold to Japan before it was broadcast in Korea.
On the 1st, SBS’s new drama “Now, We Are Breaking Up” officially commented in an interview with OSEN, “The broadcasting rights of the drama have been sold in Japan first.
Now, We Are Breaking Up” is a drama about a breakup and love. It is a sweet, sour, bitter, and sour act of separation. This is a new work by Je In, the writer of the popular “Misty” Kang Eun-kyung, the creator of “Misty” and “The World of the Married,” will also participate in the project. In addition, director Lee Gil-bok, who has worked on “Giant,” “My Love from the Star,” and “Vagabond,” will take the megaphone.
This film in particular has attracted attention as the first drama in which Song Hye-kyo will appear in two years since her last film, “Encounter.” She will be playing the role of Ha Young-eun, the head of the design team at an apparel company.
Song Hye-kyo’s counterpart will be actor Jang Ki-yong, who will play the role of freelance photographer Yoon Jae-guk. Choi Hee-seo, EXO’s Sehun, and Girl’s Day’s Yura will also appear in the film.
The production team and the cast have been filming since April. “Now, We Are Breaking Up,” which is set to air in South Korea before the end of the year, is gaining prominence as a new Hallyu drama due to the pre-sale of broadcasting rights in Japan.