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JYJ Park Yoo Chun’s New Drama ‘Three Days’ to Start Filming This Month

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2013.12.20 15:30 Newsen Lee Na Rae Translation Credit : Yeawon Jung

SBS’s upcoming drama Three Days, starring JYJ’s Park Yoo Chun will begin filming at the end of this month.

According to Goldensome Pictures, the drama producer, “All preparation to start filming, including casting, finding and building the filming site and training for fight scenes have been completed. We will begin filming in the beginning of next week, to start the journey to last about half the year.”

It has been reported that scripts have been written up to episode 6 in the 16-episode long series. Up to ten episodes will have been written before it begins broadcasting in order to give ample time for the cast to prepare themselves for filming.

JYJ Park Yoo Chun’s New Drama ‘Three Days’ to Start Filming This Month

“The main members of cast, including Park Yoo Chun, Son Hyun Joo and Park Ha Sun were all inspired by the quality of the scripts, which have been prepared by the writer for over two years,” said a rep from the production company. “We are trying to start filming early in order to avoid pulling all-nighters and allow the cast to act under good condition.”

About the rumors that Park Yoo Chun’s casting has been nullified, SBS stated, “There were some issues regarding his schedule overlapping for the movie and the drama but we were able to fine-tune the schedules so that he can focus on doing both. He is confirmed to act in the drama now.”

Three Days is about a president who goes missing after three rounds of gun shot, and each episode will unfold the mystery surrounding the president′s disappearance.

The first episode is set to air in February of 2014.

Photo credit: SBS

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