KBS’s “To All The Guys Who Loved Me” has paused the filming as a positive COVID-19 actor, Seo Sung Jong. He is a supporting actor of the crew.
On August 19, Osen reported that Seo Sung Jong had tested positive for COVID-19. The report mentioned that the actor had begun experiencing symptoms on August 16 and had gotten tested on August 18, with his results coming back on August 19.
A source from the drama confirmed the news that Seo Sung Jong had tested positive for COVID-19 and they explained, “Seo Sung Jong came to the set to film his scenes on August 14. Today, he was informed that he had tested positive for COVID-19. We have halted all filming for the drama, and all those who came into contact with him have been asked to quarantine and get tested.”
“To All The Guys Who Loved Me” has paused the filming as a positive COVID-19 actor. The drama has just two episodes left to air, and when asked if this will impact the broadcast schedule of the drama, the source replied, “We are not at the stage to discuss such matters yet. We will release an official statement once we know all of the details.”
“To All the Guys Who Loved Me” stars Hwang Jung Eum, Yoon Hyun Min, and Seo Ji Hoon, and is currently set to air its final episode on August 25.
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