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  • Drama 'Rainbow Rose' Holds Press Conference in Japan
  • [2012-04-05]
  • Kang Ji Young of Kara and Park Gun Il of Novasonic will appear as protagonists in the joint Korea-and-Japan drama "Rainbow Rose" (Japanese title "Love Mahjong”), and a press conference and preview event were held before its airing at TV Tokyo Tennozu Studio on April 3. The director of the drama, Kim Soo Ryong, said, "Actors from Korea, Japan, and the USA worked together to make this film. And I have tried to create a beautiful image like a rainbow, as the title says. At first, we had communication issues due to different languages, but all the actors tried to overcome this difficulty and produce a beautiful story together."
     




    Japanese actresses Mizusawa Erena said, "You will be able to find love among family members, friends, and lovers in our drama." Fujii Mina also explained, "This drama presents various kinds of people in a friendly and warm way." The director highly praised the cast members by saying, "One day when we were filming on the seashore, we shot an unplanned kiss scene at Ji Young's suggestion. The two actors always carried the script with them, and I think that they might sleep while holding the script. They did their best. And Erena and Mina tried to learn the Korean language and they even went to watch Korean theater works on holidays. Thanks to their great efforts, they seemed to look like Koreans when we filmed the last part of the drama."




    "Rainbow Rose," which has a total of 12 episodes, will begin airing from April 13 on terrestrial TV in Tokyo. It will be a story of friendship and love among students from different countries with different cultures who are living in the same boarding house in Korea. [Yonhap]

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