The Japan-Korea co-produced K-Drama, [email protected], will be introducing Korean audiences to the world of iDOLM@STER. Now, after a gruelling audition process, they have revealed a new PV, which introduces the members. The video also features English subtitles, with the Korean and Japanese idols speaking in their native tongues.
The K-drama follows the idol group, Real Girls project, which comprises of both Japanese and Korean members. It also features sub-units for the girls, and they are introducing them in new videos as well. Sori, Yukika, Jiwon, Yeeun, and finally, Jiseul, make up the first sun-unit, B-Side. They introduced themselves in not one, but two new music videos:
The entire Real Girls Project idol group also went to iDOLM@STER’s home country of Japan earlier this month. Oh, and they even held a live performance at the ZEPP DiverCity in Tokyo last 7th April!
Officially titled “[email protected] Dream”, the series will premiere in South Korea on 24th April. It will have 24 episodes, with Amazon Prime Video streaming it worldwide in several languages, including Japanese and English. You can also check out the entire cast here: http://sojapan.jp/2016/08/idolmster-kr-reveals-10-finalists-includes-seiyuu-yukika-teramoto/
What makes this Korean iDOLM@STER different is that it will be following Korean trends in the idol industry, as opposed to the Japanese trends and culture that many im@s fans are familiar with. It has also been confirmed that the iDOLM@STER characters, be it from 765Pro, Cinderella Girls, Million Live, Side-M, or the other spin-offs, will not be a part of this K-Drama.