Spackman Entertainment to start Korean drama production with star power from So Ji Sub

Spackman Entertainment to start Korean drama production with star power from So Ji Sub

By: 
PC Lee
07/09/17, 05:31 pm

SINGAPORE (Sept 7): Spackman Entertainment Group is making its maiden foray into the Korean drama series production business with some the help of heart throb So Ji Sub.

The venture will kick off with Spackman Entertainment entering into a co-production partnership agreement with Mongjakso Co, a Korean producer of TV dramas.

Under the partnership deal, Spackman and Mongjakso will enter into agreements to co-develop and co-produce two TV dramas including So’s next major TV drama with the working title The Game, which is expected for release in 2018.

Headed by Yoo Byoung Sool, who has nearly 20 years experience in the Korean entertainment industry, Mongjakso focuses mainly on the production of Korean TV soap operas/dramas and movies.

Some of its notable works include Korean dramas such as Hi! School: Love On (2014), My Love Eun-dong (2015) and Oh My Venus (2015), which starred So who is represented by Fiftyone K Inc, one of the talent management agencies under the group’s associated company, Spackman Media Group.

Shares in Spackman Entertainment closed at 11 cents on Friday.

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