The production team of the highly anticipated Netflix series starring IU and Park Bo Gum, “You Have Done Well,” has issued an apology for causing inconvenience to locals during filming. The drama, which tells the adventurous life stories of Ae Soon and Gwan Shik, who were born on Jeju Island in the 1950s, has been attracting a lot of attention from fans.
On April 26, a post was shared online by someone who came across a filming site for “You Have Done Well.” The post’s writer described their visit to the Gochang Green Barley Field Festival, where the drama was filming near a rapeseed field. They shared that they were stopped from entering a certain area due to the drama’s filming and were even told not to take photos when they went in another direction to capture the rapeseed flowers.
Many people commented on the post, sharing similar experiences, and it was later revealed that the drama causing these inconveniences was “You Have Done Well.”
In response to the situation, Pan Entertainment, the drama’s production company, shared their sincere apologies to the citizens who experienced inconvenience. They explained that they tried their best to minimize the disturbance while filming safely and preventing any spoilers from leaking. However, they recognized their failure to pay closer attention to the visitors who spent their valuable time at the festival.
The production team expressed their deep appreciation for the citizens’ understanding of their filming and promised to be more careful in their future filming process.
Fans are eagerly anticipating the release of “You Have Done Well,” with IU playing the bold and rebellious Ae Soon and Park Bo Gum portraying the quiet but reliable Gwan Shik. With such star power in the cast, fans are excited to see the chemistry between the two actors on screen.