A scene from K-drama series Love Distance, produced by Seoul-based content producer Blend Company, which charts the romantic encounters between young Indonesians and Koreans working at the same cafe. Photo: YouTube A scene from K-drama series Love Distance, produced by Seoul-based content producer Blend Company, which charts the romantic encounters between young Indonesians and Koreans working at the same cafe. Photo: YouTube
A scene from K-drama series Love Distance, produced by Seoul-based content producer Blend Company, which charts the romantic encounters between young Indonesians and Koreans working at the same cafe. Photo: YouTube
Indonesia

K-drama popular in Indonesia shows power of cross-cultural thinking

  • Web drama Love Distance, about young Indonesians and Koreans working at the same cafe, has run for two seasons already with a third planned for 2021
  • Creator Park Sung-soo’s understanding of both cultures also saw him capitalise on the growing market for hip hop in Indonesia

Topic |   Indonesia
A scene from K-drama series Love Distance, produced by Seoul-based content producer Blend Company, which charts the romantic encounters between young Indonesians and Koreans working at the same cafe. Photo: YouTube A scene from K-drama series Love Distance, produced by Seoul-based content producer Blend Company, which charts the romantic encounters between young Indonesians and Koreans working at the same cafe. Photo: YouTube
A scene from K-drama series Love Distance, produced by Seoul-based content producer Blend Company, which charts the romantic encounters between young Indonesians and Koreans working at the same cafe. Photo: YouTube
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