Rookie Actor who have just begun to make his names known draw attention for asked 50million won fees per episode for his drama.

"Do you think 50 million won per episode makes sense to be the first actor to star in a drama and not even sell to OTT?"

As the fees for actors, especially young male actors, soar in the air, some even say, "Everyone will be ruined at this rate." As not only popular Hallyu stars abroad but also rookies who have just begun to make their names known joined in raising their ransom, drama production officials shares mixed reaction with rising labor costs, due to a 52-hour workweek and a Corona 19. It is not known whether it was his will or his agency's excessive number, but the actor demanded 50 million won per episode. Eventually, the drama was scrapped due to production costs.

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Netizens comments :

- Then you don't have to use that actor. You just want to use it and you don't want to pay.

- How many Korean actors do you have in our country? ㅋㅋㅋㅋ

- I think it's really weird that only the actor takes the money.

- We really need to get rid of it.

- Hollywood actors and actresses have the same high price, but that's because it works that much, or if it's expensive, it's a capitalist logic that we don't have to use.

- Definitely less drama production.

- It's a real problem. Celebrities get paid a lot, but one industry gets ruined.

- It's clear that it's a really deformed structure when you see male actors with poor acting skills taking it without conscience.

- If you don't like it, you don't have to use it. Just write a good scenario.

- What's the use of this?

- Hollywood actors are Hollywood actors, and they were Hollywood actors.

- It's weird if the actor male lead to has half the budget for the drama. It's usually for two or three main characters.