'Respond 1997' Reveals Final Behind the Scenes Video
By Staff Writer | September 14, 2012 11:58 AM EDT
A hit drama has a hit ending. tvN's "Respond 1997" and its 'Thanks To' special video was recently revealed.
The video shows a lot of takes from behind the scenes of the hit drama, interviewing the cast's final thoughts as well as showing the crew hard at work. It was a special event for the fans that were very supportive of the incredibly popular drama. The series only leaves the finale in its run and therefore more and more people are paying attention to it and this video. The internet users are welcoming this new side of the actors and the drama itself, already lamenting the end of the series.
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Even the actors are showing their disappointment about the drama ending. They all thanked the audience and the other cast and crew members for the immense popularity and said they couldn't have done it without the help of the people. Seo In Guk said that he thanked the audience because he could physically feel his increased popularity.
INFINITE's Hoya said, "I think that it was one of the most popular dramas ever. Please stay with the rest of 1997!" Sung Dong Il and A Pink's Jung Eunji both included their thanks to each other and the audience. Sung Dong Il said, "I was sort of worried at the beginning but it felt really good to hear that it was getting amazing ratings. All the younger actors are so good that I'm just coasting along." Jung Eunji added, "Mom and dad (in the dramas) both really helped me." She said it was thanks to them that she was able to get good feedback.
The internet users who watched the video are reacting positively, saying, "Can't believe this is about to end!" "Everyone thanking each other is so nice to see," and "Thank you to the crew for making for making such a great drama!"
The last episode will air September 18.
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