Hit K-drama 'Princess Hours' gets a remake 15 years later


'Princess Hours' or 'Goong' was so popular in 2006, it helped spark the Korean Wave.

A remake of the hit 2006 hit K-drama Princess Hours, which also goes by Goong, has been ordered.

According to South Korean entertainment portal Soompi, Jae Dam Media, which owns the rights to Princess Hours, has signed a contract with Group 8, the same production house responsible for the 2006 series.

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