The Idolmaster KR

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The Idolmaster KR
The Idolmaster KR.jpg
Promotional poster
GenreDrama
Based onThe Idolmaster
by Bandai Namco Entertainment
StarringKim Sori
Heo Youngjoo
Yukika Teramoto
Kwon Haseo
Lee Jeewon
Mint
Lee Yeeun
Cha Jiseul
Lee Suji
Chun Jane
Jung Taeri
Sung Hoon
Park Chul-min
Kang Yeseul
Country of originSouth Korea
Original language(s)Korean
No. of episodes24
Production company(s)Interactive Media Mix, Inc[1]
Release
Original networkSBS Plus, SBS funE, SBS MTV (pay TV)
Amazon Video (streaming)
Original releaseApril 28 (2017-04-28) (SBS Plus, SBS funE, SBS MTV) –
October 6, 2017 (2017-10-06)
External links
Website

The Idolmaster KR, styled The IDOLM@STER.KR, is a South Korean drama television series based on Bandai Namco Entertainment's The Idolmaster video game series. It aired on Amazon Prime Video on April 28, 2017[1][2] as an Amazon original series. It ran for 24 episodes.[3]

The series was later picked up by the SBS-owned pay TV channels SBS Plus, SBS funE, and SBS MTV. It premiered on these channels on April 28, 2017.[4]

Cast[edit]

Real Girls Project

  • Lee Suji (이수지) as Suji/Suah
  • Heo Youngjoo (허영주) as Youngjoo
  • Sori (김소리) as Sori
  • Yukika Teramoto (寺本來可 / 테라모토유키카) as Yukika
  • Kwon Haseo (권하서) as Haseo
  • Lee Jeewon (이지원) as Jeewon
  • Jung Taeri (정태리) as Taeri
  • Mint (민트) as Mint
  • Lee Yeeun (이예은) as Yeeun
  • Cha Jiseul (차지슬) [5] as Jiseul
  • Chun Jane (천재인) as Jane

Red Queen

825 Entertainment

Other characters

  • Heo Joungjoo as Joungjoo, Youngjoo's younger sister who is a singer-songwriter.
  • Lee Coco as Coco, an internet broadcast MC.
  • Jin Nayoung as Nayoung, Sori's friend.
  • Bae Seul-ki as Kim Dan-oh, a composer and vocal trainer.

Cameo

Production[edit]

On October 13, The Idolmaster KR official website posted a notice of a member replacement;[5] an original member of Real Girl Project, Hanabyul,[1] had been replaced by sub-member Jiseul for the series, as Hanabyul was noted to have suffered from a leg injury. One month later, it was revealed that After School's Lee Kaeun, 9MUSES' Sojin, Tahiti's Ari and I.B.I's Han Hyeri would be joining the cast as members of 'Red Queen', a popular girl group at the time of Real Girl Project's debut, in the live-action series.[6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Amazon to Stream Idolm@ster.KR Live-Action S. Korean Show to Prime Members Globally". Anime News Network. August 25, 2016. Retrieved August 26, 2016.
  2. ^ kpopmap,kpop-map (2017-05-01). "[Review & Reaction] Watch "THE IDOLM@STER.KR" (2017 Drama) Episode 1 • Kpopmap - Global Hallyu Online Media". Kpopmap - Global Hallyu Online Media. Retrieved 2017-12-21.
  3. ^ "Live-Action IDOLM@STER.KR Show's English-Subtitled Trailer Streamed". Anime News Network. Retrieved 2017-12-21.
  4. ^ "드라마 '아이돌마스터.KR-꿈을 드림' 4월 28일 첫방 확정". sports.donga.com (in Korean). Retrieved 2017-12-21.
  5. ^ a b "멤버교체에 대한 공지". IdolM@ster Kr. Official Notice (in Korean). October 13, 2016.
  6. ^ a b c d e f "애프터스쿨·나인뮤지스·타히티·I.B.I, 드라마 '아이돌마스터.KR'로 뭉친다!". Ajunews (in Korean). November 11, 2016.
  7. ^ "성훈, 사전제작 '아이돌마스터.KR' 캐스팅…천재 프로듀서役". Joynews (in Korean). October 8, 2016. Retrieved October 17, 2016.

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