Popular KBS drama “Dream High” has been turned into an image novel, according to co-producer and promoter of the show KEYEAST on Wednesday.
KEYEAST notified through its press release today that the 16-part drama, which contains a story of six teenagers in Kirin Art School who dream of making a stage debut, will become available as an image book composed of two volumes.
The first volume, which will hit stores today, will feature 5,000 still cuts from the drama while the second volume is also expected for a release sometime around the first week of April. Both can be purchased at both online and offline book stores.
The upcoming release comes after the publication of “Dream High Special Making Book” released in late February which contains behind-the-scene stories and images of the drama as well as special interviews from with the show’s cast.
KBS series “Dream High,” which aired from the beginning of January to end of February this year, marked the highest average viewership rating among other prime time dramas aired every Mondays and Tuesdays for seven straight weeks.
The show, produced through the collaboration of major talent agencies KEYEAST and JYP Entertainment, attracted much attention for featuring actual idol singers from group 2PM, miss A, T-ara as well as songstress IU.