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IU, TVXQ, & B2ST to cameo on SBS’s new sitcom, “Welcome to the Show”

SBS will release a new sitcom called, “Welcome to the Show“, and they’ve already got a stellar list of confirmed cameos from IU, TVXQ, and B2ST!

A representative of SBS’s variety team spoke with Star News on March 9th and confirmed, “IU, TVXQ, B2ST and other idol singers will be trying their hand at sitcom acting.”

While TVXQ will only be making a brief appearance, IU will draw from her “Dream High” experience to act out a full series of lines.

“Welcome to the Show” uses the “Inkigayo” studio as its backdrop, and draws its stories from idols, seniors, juniors, managers, and the producers that run the show. Leading roles were previously announced to be 2AM’s Seulong, 2PM’s Nichkhun, and f(x)’s Sulli, in addition to other older singers.

The project is meant to herald SBS’s comeback to the sitcom drama genre; it’ll be the first series produced in almost three years. At this point, the approximate length of the show remains undecided. Producers will be able to get a grasp of how long they want the series to run after they review ratings and responses from the pilot episode, which is scheduled to air some time this month.

Stay tuned for more info on this exciting new sitcom!

Source: Star News via Nate



Nichkhun, Sulli, Seulong, & others cast in SBS’s new sitcom, “Welcome to the Show”

Kim Jang Hoon, Kim Kwang Gyu, 2AM’s Seulong, 2PM’s Nichkhun, and f(x)’s Sulli have all been cast for an upcoming SBS sitcom called “Welcome to the Show“!

On February 14th, a representative of SBS’s variety team spoke through Star News and revealed, “The new cast had their first recording on the 13th at SBS’s ‘Inkigayo‘ studio. There will be a big idol cast with a ‘mellow line’ between them. Other older actors and singers will also be taking part.”

He continued, “Although the broadcast date hasn’t been finalized yet, we’re aiming for a March release.”

SBS began preparations for this project last year, and it’ll mark their first sitcom since 2007’s “Run Mackerel“. Although the sitcom is being prepared as a series, producers have revealed that they will observe viewer responses after the pilot airs before making any final decisions.

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