JTBC’s New K-Drama “Mystic Pop-Up Bar” Brings A+ Graphics To Screen — And Viewers Are Hooked

“This is how to do it right…!”

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On May 20, 2020, JTBC premiered its new K-Drama Mystic Pop-Up Bar — a “fantasy counseling drama” based on a popular webtoon series Ssanggap Pocha.

Webtoon “Ssanggap Pocha”

Starring actress Hwang Jung Eum, actor Choi Won Young and BTOB‘s Yook SungjaeMystic Pop-Up Bar initially received a lot of attention from its cross promotion from Itaewon Class.

K-Drama “Mystic Pop-Up Bar”

Now that the series has a couple episodes out, viewers are finding not only the plot and cast, but also the quality of the visual effects irresistible!

The Cast of “Mystic Pop-Up Bar”

The series boasts flawless graphics, like in this cool face-swap scene…

… as well as in this bridge scene…

… and in this tree scene.

These detail-oriented graphics have viewers convinced that the fact Mystic Pop-Up Bar production has been completed prior to its premiere played a huge role in the quality of the series overall. 

Mystic Pop-Up Bar began shooting in September 2019 and completed the production before the premiere date in May 2020. 

Considering that the VFX agency in charge, Westworld, also produced The King: Eternal Monarch‘s visual effects — which received moderate criticism

… viewers may not be wrong to say, “pre-production is the solution to quality control.”

Interested in watching this VFX-strong K-Drama? Mystic Pop-Up Bar is available for viewing on Netflix US. Here’s a trailer to seal the deal:

For more reading, Westworld is said to be working on the highly-anticipated Sweet Home series — another webtoon-based K-Drama in the making.

This Upcoming Webtoon-Based K-Drama Cost 2.4 Million US Dollars Per Episode To Make… And Netflix Said Yes Anyway

Source: THEQOO, NamuWiki and Instiz
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