Fantasy Comedy Drama 'Live Up to Your Name' is now on tvN Asia every Sunday & Monday!

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

tvN 24-hour express drama --- Live Up To Your Name (名不虚传) airs every Sunday and Monday at 21:45 (GMT+8) in Singapore and Malaysia starting from 13 August, only on tvN Asia. The fantasy comedy stars a strong cast of veteran actor, Kim Nam-gil (金南佶) who took a 4-year hiatus from TV screen and comeback to charm the audience with this comic role, and Kim Ah-joong (金亚中), critically acclaimed actress who gained popularity among Asian audience from Korean romance comedy, 200 Pounds Beauty (丑女大翻身). 



Live Up To Your Name tops viewership rating in Singapore: its episode 1 & 2 back-to-back broadcast ranks No. 1 among all Korean & Chinese Pay TV channels at the same timeslot and ranks No. 2 among all 113 Pay TV channels on StarHub TV and/or Singtel TV; episode 2’s premiere on 14 August reaches the highest rating by minute of 0.523% (source: GfK; Evogenius Reporting). 
The drama circles a doctor from Joseon era, Heo Im (Kim Nam-gil) and a surgeon from modern Seoul, Choi Yeong-kyung (Kim Ah-joong), as well as how their perspectives towards medicines affect each other. Heo Im is a low status but capable acupuncturist, but failed to cure his King. Hence, he had to flee and fell into the river when he was shot by arrow twice. As he wakes up, Heo Im finds that he has travelled 400 years to the future, in the modern-day Seoul. 
A big contrast to Heo Im is Yeong-kyung, a surgeon, vivid believer in modern medicine, and a party girl who goes clubbing to alleviate stress from work. The duo subsequently meet and will continue on to learn from each other. 
tvN 24-hour express drama --- Live Up To Your Name airs every Sunday and Monday at 21:45 (GMT+8) in Singapore (Singtel TV新电信电视Ch 518 / 619; StarHub TV星和视界Ch 824) and Malaysia (Astro Ch 395; HyppTV Ch 601) with subtitles in English, Chinese and Bahasa Malaysia.

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