A recreation of the set of the bedroom of female lead Cheon Song Yi (played by Gianna Jun) at an exhibition in South Korea. Image: Xinhua
SEOUL - Fans still in the throes of withdrawal from the TV series My Love From The Star can visit an exhibition in Seoul to seek some relief.
The show at the Dongdaemun Design Plaza is to open today, featuring film sets and props from the hit drama starring Kim Soo Hyun and Gianna Jun.
The series, which ended its run in South Korea in February, has wowed Asia with its romantic story about alien professor Do Min Joon played by Kim, and his actress neighbour Cheon Song Yi portrayed by Jun.
The exhibition is organised by TV station SBS, which produced the show, and sponsored by the Korea Tourism Organization.
Highlights include the film sets of the houses the lead characters lived in and which were recreated for the exhibition, as well as the balcony where the Kim and Jun shot many scenes together.
A recreation of the set of the study of alien professor Do Min Joon (played by Kim Soo Hyun) at an exhibition in South Korea. Image: Xinhua
The exhibition is also organised following the plot to let fans relive key moments as they unfold in the show. They can watch the drama in 3-D, according to the website of the tourist organisation.
Admission to the exhibition, on till Aug 15, is 15,000 won (S$18) for adults and 10,000 won for students.
Go to http://lovefromstar.sbs.co.kr/main_english.html for more information.
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