Spackman Entertainment Group wins three major camera equipment deals

Frame Pictures continues to win bids for top quality projects to tap on the growing camera equipment leasing markets ahead of its planned listing as a combined standalone entity with Novus Mediacorp.

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Spackman Entertainment Group Limited, one of Korea’s leading entertainment production groups founded by international investor Charles Spackman, wishes to announce that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Frame Pictures Co., Ltd., has secured three major contracts to supply camera and equipment for three upcoming Korean drama series, Four MenAsadal Chronicles and The Man Who Became King.

The total contract value for the three camera equipment deals tentatively stands at KRW 972 million (approximately US$872,924) subject to changes in final filming schedule.

Four Men, starring Park Hae-jin of Cheese In The Trap (2017), is a mystery human TV drama about a man who investigates the death of his mother, during which he meets other men who look identical to him and becomes involved in a major conspiracy.

Featuring Song Joong-ki of Descendants Of The Sun (2016) and Jang Dong-gun of SUITS (2018), Asadal Chronicles is a TV drama that revolves around the power struggles, love and growth of the ancient city of Asadal, the capital of Gojoseon. The drama is expected to be released in 2019 by South Korean cable television channel tvN.

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