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‘The Three Musketeers’ Sold in Six More Countries Following America and China

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2014.10.10 14:35 Mwave Jeon Su Mi Translation Credit : Yeawon Jung

tvN’s fusion historical drama The Three Musketeers, which combined the classical story of ‘The Three Musketeers’ and a historical character ‘Prince So Hyun,’ has been gathering popularity overseas.

Following America and China, The Three Musketeers has been sold in six more countries, namely Japan, Thailand, Singapore, Cambodia, France and Belgium, making its way around the world. Since the drama online VODs were sold in America and China in August, it has been continuing to receive spotlight overseas.

Manager Seo Jang Ho from CJ E&M’s contents overseas business team stated on October 10, “We’ve recently confirmed the drama’s overseas sales in Japan, Thailand, Singapore, Cambodia, France and Belgium and in Thailand, it has been sold under the highest price for any Korean drama so far. In Japan, the drama will be introduced on TV starting in December,” adding, “Since The Three Musketeers has been doing so well in terms of overseas sales and there are many more contracts that are being discussed, we’re expecting to get some remarkable results.”

‘The Three Musketeers’ Sold in Six More Countries Following America and China

The fans in those countries have been showing explosive response as well.

Information related to The Three Musketeers has been spotlighted on SNS and major portal sites and ranking high on the list of most searched words.

The media outlets in China, Japan, Vietnam and other countries in South East Asia have also reported on the project as well as the main cast members.

The Three Musketeers season one has four more episodes to air. The 9th episode is set air on October 12 at 9:20 p.m. (KST).

Photo credit: tvN

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