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WATCH: ‘Coffee Prince’ cast members in reunion documentary teaser

The cast of ‘Coffee Prince’ revisited the filming locations of the hit K-Drama for a reunion documentary.

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09/16/2020 09:59 PM
WATCH: ‘Coffee Prince’ cast members in reunion documentary teaser
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Heads up, K-Drama fans! The cast of the hit 2007 South Korean drama Coffee Prince reunited for a must-watch documentary. 

On Tuesday, September 15, Korean media giant MBC released a teaser for the reunion which shows the stars of the show — namely Gong Yoo, Yoon Eun-hye, Lee Sun-gyun, Lee Jae-wook, Kim Dong-wook, and Chae Jung-an — visiting the place where it all started. 


In the 23-seconder teaser, the cast members can be seen at two of the show’s iconic filming locations which have since become popular tourist attractions in South Korea. 

Watch the teaser below: 

Dubbed as one of the earliest successful K-Dramas in Asia, Coffee Prince has become a classic K-Drama among viewers not just in its country of origin but in various countries in Asia including the Philippines. 

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While fans have yet to know what they can expect from the documentary, it there are a lot of things in store for them as the cast members will show the cast looking back at some of their fondest memories while fllming the series thirteen years ago. 

It was in August when News1 reported that a source from MBC confirmed that a reunion documentary was in the works. 

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“It’s true that we’re producing a Coffee Prince documentary. But the broadcast details and contents have not been finalized,” a source MBC told News1 as translated by Soompi. 

Coffee Prince follows the story of a woman named Go Eun-chan (Yoon Eun-hye) who disguised herself as a man to work at a café that only hires men. A chaebol named Choi Han-kyul (Gong Yoo) then hires Eun-chan to become his boyfriend in an attempt to avoid an arranged marriage. 

As of writing, the airing of the documentary has yet to be announced.