Kuala Lumpur, 19 July 2017 – iflix is thrilled to announce it has secured highly anticipated upcoming K-drama, The Bride of Habaek for iflix members in Malaysia and Brunei. Starting today, new episodes will be available weekly every Thursday and Friday on iflix, within 72 hours of their television broadcast in Korea.
The Bride of Habaek
The Bride of Habaek is a South Korean television drama spin-off of the widely popular 2006 comic book series, Bride of the Water God by Yoon Mi-kyung. Directed by Kim Byung Soo and starring Korean heartthrobs Nam Joo-Hyuk, Shin Sae-Kyeong, Gong Myung and Krystal, the fantasy drama follows an unlikely romance between a human and a supernatural water god.
Habaek (Nam Joo-Hyuk) descends down to Earth to meet his human bride, So-Ah (Shin Sae Kyeong) – a neuropsychiatrist who sacrifices herself as a bride for the sake of her village. Set in modern Seoul, the highly anticipated K-drama reimagines fantasy elements from the original manhwa.
The Bride of Habaek joins iflix’s extensive library of popular and highly-acclaimed Korean drama, including Secret Garden, Goblin, The Legend of the Blue Sea, Scent of a Woman, Princess Hours, Prince Hours and many more, making iflix the premiere destination for the best of Korean entertainment.
Jason Monteiro, iflix Asia Marketing Director commented: “We are very excited to make Korea’s latest and most highly anticipated television drama, The Bride of Habaek available to our members in Malaysia, as the first K-drama fast tracked from South Korea! Now, K-drama fans can stay up to date with the latest K-drama craze, with new episodes uploaded on iflix weekly, just 72-hours after their television broadcast. We are committed to continue to bring only the best and most highly anticipated shows for our subscribers.”
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