The Actor is Positive for COVID-19, Drama 'To All The Guys Who Loved Me' Delays Filming
The drama 'To All The Guys Who Loved Me' has postponed the filming process because the actor contracted the COVID-19 virus. On Wednesday (08/19), Osen's media reported that the supporting actor for the drama 'To All The Guys Who Loved Me', Seo Sung Jong had tested positive for COVID-19.

He first developed symptoms on August 16th, then underwent tests on August 18th, and the results were out on August 19th.

A representative of the drama “To All The Guys Who Loved Me” confirmed the news by stating, “Seo Sung Jong came to the set on August 14th. Today, he tested positive for COVID-19. We have postponed the entire drama filming process, and everyone who has had direct contact with him has undergone a period of quarantine and tested for COVID-19."

'To All The Guys Who Loved Me' only had two episodes left before it ended and when asked if the filming delay would affect the drama's broadcast schedule, they said, “We still can't discuss it. We will release an official statement once we know the certainty."

'To All The Guys Who Loved Me' is a drama starring Hwang Jung Eum, Yoon Hyun Min, and Seo Ji Hoon. The drama is scheduled to air its final episode on KBS on August 25th. (www.onkpop.com)

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