[News] 120420 ‘Rooftop Prince’ Sold to Japan, “Earns 200,000 Dollars Per Episode”

[News] 120420 ‘Rooftop Prince’ Sold to Japan, “Earns 200,000 Dollars Per Episode”

SBS’s series Rooftop Prince, starring JYJ’s Park Yoo Chun and Han Ji Min, recently sold to Japan by receiving 200,000 dollars (about 220 million won) per episode.

On April 20, Kim Young Seop, general CP of SBS Drama Center, said, “The series is receiving favorable reviews from foreign countries. Japan bought the series paying 200,000 dollars per episode.”

He added, “A broadcasting station from Singapore will visit the set on April 25 to report on the series and actors.”

 “The series drew a lot of attention thanks to writer Lee Hee Myung, who returned to writing TV drama in six years. Since the series is a romantic comedy combined with mystery, it could have become a beloved series. We will try harder to make TV dramas for the youth as well.”

The series is a fantasy romance about a crown prince named Lee Gak (played by Park) from Joseon Dynasty. He travels through time from 300 years ago to 21st century Seoul with his men after loosing crown princess (played by Jung Yoo Mi). He will fall in love with a girl who he couldn’t in the past life.

source: TV Report
credit: en.korea

Momma’s Source:  sharingyoochun.net

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Editors Note: Episodes 9 and 10 Rooftop Prince [The Emotional, Teary Part]

Wow…!!  ‘Rooftop Prince’ is starting to hit hard on my emotions. The ‘wicked stepsister’ is getting more wicked every day. She has this uncanny ability to turn everything around to her own advantage including just literally grabbing Yi Gak/Tae Yong around the neck just at the opportune time to convince her sister [Park Ha/Bu Yong] that she, Se Na, has his utmost affection, even though Yi Gak has specifically requested Park Ha’s company. As is typical of dramas, the victim hangs her head and retires from the game, leaving Se-Na with the prize. . or, to put it succinctly, Park Ha plays basketball with Man-bo, Chi-san, and Yong-sool as a diversion to feeling her broken heart.

Yi Gak is, of course, totally innocent, and oblivious to the fact that Park Ha has been emotionally wounded–so he persists in asking her why she is avoiding him. This makes Park Ha avoid him even more, and after she disappears from a ‘family’ barbeque, Yi Gak pursues her, overtakes her, and tries to get to the bottom of the problem. His attempt at peace is rejected, so…in a huff, Yi Gak hops on his trusty bike and pedals furiously away.

Convinced that their relationship is now truly over, Park Ha picks up her cellphone and tweets a message to Yi Gak. “I like You, I love You”, never intending to send it. Of course she accidentally hits the button and, Voila!, the message is sent.

Horrified, Park Ha sees Yi Gak coming back. He approaches her in a way that helps her to realize that he has yet to access the message, so while he is getting them something to drink, she grabs his cell phone from his jacket and buries it. That would have been that–except that a dog belonging to a nearby couple starts digging the cellphone up which attracts Yi Gak’s attention, and …well,he gets the message…

Park Ha, totally humiliated, hops on her bike and leads Yi Gak for a chase. As the scene and Episode 10 closes, he has cut her off with his bike, and we have a week  to wait for what comes next. Well, sorta, because what came next was my tears. TTTTTTTTTT’s Lots of tears. My heart is hurting for this warm, giving, girl who has never had a chance at true love or at being in a stable family. As the drama continues to unfold–I am rooting for Yi Gak and Park Ha as a couple. I also have my own concept of how this ends and who was responsible for the death of the Crown Princess in Joseon. I think I shall keep it to myself.  🙂

Fighting!!!  Momma Cha @jyjfantalk.com

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