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South Korea remakes the Japanese drama “One Liter of Tears”, the protagonist becomes an idol trainee jqknews

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South Korea remakes the Japanese drama “One Liter of Tears”, the protagonist becomes an idol trainee jqknews

  China Entertainment Network News www.yule.com.cn Recently, according to Korean media reports, South Korea will remake the Japanese drama “One Liter of Tears”, and the protagonist will become an idol trainee.

According to the news, South Korea’s Shinsegae Department Store Group recently announced that it will produce the Korean version of “One Liter of Tears” through its subsidiary Silkwood. The Japanese drama version “One Liter of Tears” tells the story of the heroine after suffering from an incurable disease at the age of 15. The Korean version of “One Liter of Tears” combines the original content into K-POP, telling the story of an idol trainee who struggles with the disease after suffering from an incurable disease.

In addition to this “One Liter of Tears”, Shinsegae Department Store Group will also produce a number of TV dramas with different themes such as electronic music, criminal profiler and serial killer’s psychological warfare through Silkwood.

The original “One Liter of Tears” is an inspirational TV series premiered by Fuji TV in Japan from October 11 to December 20, 2005. The play is adapted from Aya Muto’s work of the same name. Directed by Masaaki Murakami, written by Michitome Etou, starring Erika Sawajiri, Ryo Nishikido and others. The play tells the story of a 15-year-old girl who suddenly suffers from the incurable spinocerebellar degeneration. Her bodily functions begin to go out of control, but with the support of her family and friends, she is determined to work hard to spend every day without regrets. A tear-jerking inspirational drama that does not leave regrets for your youth.

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