Three Color Fantasy

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Three Color Fantasy
Three Color Fantasy Poster.jpg
Promotional Poster
Genre Romance
Fantasy
Written byKim Ji-hyun (The Universe's Star)
Park Eun-young, Park Hee-kwon (Romance Full of Life)
Kim Ah-jung (Queen of the Ring)
Directed byKim Ji-hyun (The Universe's Star)
Park Sang-hoon (Romance Full of Life)
Kwon Sung-chang (Queen of the Ring)
Starring Kim Jun-myeon, Ji Woo (The Universe's Star)
Yoon Shi-yoon, Cho Soo-hyang (Romance Full of Life)
Kim Seul-gi, Ahn Hyo-seop (Queen of the Ring)
Country of originSouth Korea
Original language(s)Korean
No. of episodes18 (MBC)
Production
Executive producer(s)Park Sung-eun
Kim Tae-wook
Producer(s)Kim Ho-joon (The Universe's Star)
Lee Woo-joon (Romance Full of Life)
Yoo Hyun-joong (Queen of the Ring)
Production company(s) MBC
Naver
Distributor MBC
Naver
Release
Original network MBC
Naver TV Cast
Original releaseJanuary 26 (2017-01-26) 
March 23, 2017 (2017-03-23)(MBC)
Chronology
Related shows The Universe's Star
Romance Full of Life
Queen of the Ring
External links
Website

Three Color Fantasy (Korean : 세가지 색 판타지; RR : segaji saeg pantaji) is a South Korean Three-color drama trilogy by MBC and Naver consisting of three mini television series The Universe's Star (White), Romance Full of Life (Green) and Queen of the Ring (Gold). The dramas started airing on Naver TV Cast every Tuesday at midnight starting on January 24 and on MBC every Thursday at 23:10 (KST) starting on January 26, 2017. [1]

Contents

Parts

ColorTitleDatesMain cast
White The Universe's Star
  • January 24 – February 7, 2017 (Naver)
  • January 26 – February 9, 2017 (MBC)
Kim Jun-myeon

Ji Woo

Green Romance Full of Life
  • February 14–28, 2017 (Naver)
  • February 16 – March 2, 2017 (MBC)
Yoon Shi-yoon

Cho Soo-hyang

Gold Queen of the Ring
  • March 7–21, 2017 (Naver)
  • March 9–23, 2017 (MBC)
Kim Seul-gi

Ahn Hyo-seop

Production

The drama trilogy was entirely pre-produced and co-produced between Naver and iMBC. [2]

The Universe's Star is written and directed by Kim Ji-hyun who's known for Splash Splash Love which won an award at the 20th AsiaTV Awards as the best short drama. [3]

Romance Full of Life marks the directing debut of the director Park Sang-hoon and his second work after directing the movie A Mere Life. The screenwriter Park Eun-young is known for his drama Hwarang: The Poet Warrior Youth .

Queen of the Ring's director Kwon Sung-chan is known for his drama One More Happy Ending , and the drama is the second work for the screenwriter Kim A-jung, after writing the scenario for Divorce Lawyer in Love drama.

First script reading for the dramas took place in September and in October at MBC Broadcasting Station in Sangam, South Korea. [4] [5]

Ratings

Ep.DateAverage audience share
TNmS [6] AGB Nielsen [7]
The Universe's Star
1
January 26, 2017
2.1%(NR)
1.4% (NR)
2
2.1%(NR)
1.0%(NR)
3
February 2, 2017
1.7% (NR)
2.4%(NR)
4
1.1% (NR)
1.5% (NR)
5
February 9, 2017
1.3% (NR)
1.2% (NR)
6
0.8%(NR)
1.0%(NR)
Average1.5%1.4%
Romance Full of Life
1
February 16, 2017
1.8% (NR)
2.1% (NR)
2
1.9% (NR)
2.9%(NR)
3
February 23, 2017
1.7% (NR)
1.8% (NR)
4
2.0%(NR)
1.7% (NR)
5
March 2, 2017
1.6% (NR)
1.4% (NR)
6
1.2%(NR)
1.2%(NR)
Average1.7%1.9%
Queen of the Ring
1
March 9, 2017
2.4% (NR)
1.9% (NR)
2
2.1% (NR)
1.9% (NR)
3
March 16, 2017
2.1% (NR)
1.6% (NR)
4
1.8%(NR)
1.5%(NR)
5
March 23, 2017
2.5%(NR)
2.4% (NR)
6
2.4% (NR)
2.5%(NR)
Average2.2%2.0%

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