24 August 2015

Why do more and more drama writers choose cable?

Ilgan Sports - Naver: Star writers... So Hyun Kyung, Kim Eun Hee, Noh Hee Kyung, why are they heading to cable?

1. [+2,194, -63] It's Okay It's Love's script is honestly daebak ㅋㅋㅋㅋ Because it was amazingly written, my ears were so attentive to every single line whenever I watched an episode of it

2. [+1,740, -21] Because cable is where the fun is

3. [+1,097, -71] I can't wait for '20 Years Old Again' ㅎㅎㅎ

4. [+1,007, -30] Scriptwriters get their articles nowadays too ㅋㅋㅋㅋ I'm trusting you to create more romantic dramas on cable that'll make our hearts flutter ~~ Cheering for you all!

5. [+984, -18] Because tvN dramas and variety shows slay

6. [+164, -8] Can we get more realistic dramas like 'Misaeng' and 'It's Okay It's Love'? We've had enough of chaebols and birth secrets

7. [+124, -4] Public channels cling on an actress/actor's star power and PPLs  which very often kill the excitement for a drama. No wonder writers are preferring cable. Bye, public channels

8. [+101, -5] Writers have more creative freedom on cables than on public channels and they put more care into their casting process. They're less strict and most importantly, they pay more!

9. [+80, -5] I hope to see another drama like 'Padam Padam... The Sound of His and Her Heartbeats'. Everything was perfect about that drama with the directing, script and cast with leads Jung Woo Sung
and Han Ji Min. I'm also excited for Noh Hee Kyung's tvN drama

10. [+67, -1] 'Oh My Ghostess' wouldn't be nowhere as big of a hit as it is now if it aired on public channel. The quirky script and characters contributed to its success and I'm so thankful it found its place on cable instead of the makjang-filled public channels