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Viewers to choose ending in new Web drama ‘Click Your Heart’By 이우영
Published : March 17, 2016 - 18:41
In the new Web drama series “Click Your Heart,” released Thursday, viewers will be given a chance to choose the ending they want.
The Web drama, featuring Kwon Mina of AOA and nine rookies of FNC Entertainment, will allow viewers to select from two stories of different casts and endings, a novel approach in the Web drama format.
"It’s my first time acting in a Web drama with two different endings. I had a great time shooting with the actors and director Min Doo-sik,” said Kwon at a press conference Thursday.
It’s the first lead role for Kwon, who appeared in the KBS’ “Please Look After Mom,” which ended its run in February. Kwon plays a cheerful 18-year-old high school student who faces a series of unfortunate incidents due to her clumsiness.
Kwon, one of the eight members of AOA, will be displaying different emotions and acting in two different endings in a single episode.
“I will be showing a variety of emotions, each different, with four actors in the drama. There will be romantic, sad, deep and cheerful moods,” said Kwon. Kwon develops friendships and love triangles with male characters.
The Web drama also features nine actors, who are currently in training to debut as members of a new boy group of FNC Entertainment. Four of them -- Kim Ro-un, Lee Da-won, Baek Joo-ho, Gang Chan-hee -- play characters who develop close relationships with Kwon in the drama.
“My character is Kwon’s longtime friend, a friend of 12 years, who is considerate with a relaxed personality. In the drama, he decides to be brave and confess his love for her,” said Lee Da-won.
The drama is the first Web drama production of FNC Entertainment.
“The artistes will be able to show their unique characters and charms through the Web drama before their debut,” said Han Sung-ho, head of FNC Entertainment, who added that another online entertainment program would be launched soon.
“There are existing entertainment programs on TV channels, but we would like to use the new platform as a chance to promote and introduce our artistes.”
The 7-part Web drama series "Click Your Heart“ airs at 6 p.m. on Naver TV Cast on Thursdays and at 6 p.m. on MBC Every 1 channel on Fridays.
By Lee Woo-young (email@example.com)
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