South Korea’s globally success drama Itaewon Class, starring Park Seo Joon and Kim Da Mi, is officially confirmed for a Japanese adaptation titled Roppongi Class which is able to reportedly air as a 13-half collection this summer.
Park Seo Joon and Kim Da Mi starrer Itaewon Class officially getting a Japanese remake Roppongi Class; to premiere this summer
According to Korean tabloid Soompi, Korean community JTBC lately confirmed that they might work with Kakao Entertainment, Kross Pictures, and a main Japanese broadcasting station to produce a Japanese remake of Itaewon Class. Following the growing reputation of the Okay-drama in Japan, Japanese digital comedian platform Piccoma launched the webtoon Roppongi Class and the drama took No. 1 on Japan’s Netflix charts, with the success in the end main to the choice to remake the drama.
Based on a widespread webtoon of the identical identify, the emotional drama facilities round a group of younger individuals who work collectively to problem an unjust world. During its run on JTBC in 2020, the drama ranked No. 3 among the many viewership rankings of all JTBC dramas and was a hit in different Asian nations as effectively. The drama additionally gained Best Drama Series on the twenty fifth Asian Television Awards in 2021.
As per the report, the casting for the Japanese remake has already been confirmed and the 13-half collection will reportedly star prime Japanese actors. Previously, JTBC has additionally confirmed an Indian remake for his or her drama Something within the Rain, starring Son Ye Jin and Jung Hae In.