“Love Reset” (also known as “30 Days”) is getting a Chinese remake!
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Ever since its release on October 3, the new romantic comedy film starring Kang Ha Neul and Jung So Min has dominated the Korean box office, where it has enjoyed an uninterrupted 20-day streak at No. 1.
it now seems that “Love Reset” is a hit outside Korea as well: in addition to being released in theaters in multiple countries including the United States, the Philippines, Indonesia, Thailand, and Vietnam, the movie has been confirmed for a Chinese remake.
However, not only will “Love Reset” be remade into a Chinese film, but it is also currently in talks to be remade in numerous other countries. Barunson E&A’s overseas business team shared, “We keep getting new requests for remake rights from various regions such as Southeast Asia, France, and the United States, and we expect that there is a high potential for additional remakes aside from the [confirmed] Chinese remake.”
“Love Reset” tells the story of an unhappily married couple who were once blissfully in love, but are now on the brink of divorce. However, 30 days before their marriage is scheduled to end, the couple loses their memories in a car accident.
Watch Kang Ha Neul and Jung So Min in their previous film “Twenty” on Viki below!