Singapore Tourism Board, content production company Studio Dragon sign MOU
The Singapore Tourism Board and content production company Studio Dragon signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) related to an upcoming Korean drama series which will be filmed in Singapore, the production company revealed on Wednesday.
It is the first time that CJ group’s Studio Dragon, a content production house well-recognized for its international success with drama series such as “Guardian” (2016) and “Crash Landing on You” (2019-2020), formed a partnership with an overseas tourism board.
According to the contract, the local production company will cooperate with the board for three years as soon as global restrictions on overseas travel are lifted. The drama series is expected to introduce the country’s tourism spots, products and culture.
“We are honored to have formed a partnership with the Singapore Tourism Board despite the difficult times,” CEO Kang Chul-gu of Studio Dragon said in a statement. “As of right now, active coordination with the board may be difficult due to the Covid-19 pandemic, but in the future we hope to proceed with various enterprises centered around drama series.”
BY LEE JAE-LIM [firstname.lastname@example.org]
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