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Indonesian Version of “You Who Came From The Stars” Turn Out As Plagiarism?

SBS finally spoken up about the happening news both in Indonesia and Korea about the Indonesian version of “You Who Came From The Stars”. According to the news we got, SBS stated that they haven’t made any legal publishing right (for remake) and it can be considered as plagiarism. Meanwhile some source also said that RCTI has bought the license to make the Indonesian version of the famous drama.

Previously, “Kau yang Berasal dari Bintang” has been a hot topic in Indonesia because of its similar name and plot story. Previously, there’s no official statement regarding the license and publishing right from both SBS and RCTI. SBS is now in talk with the Indonesia production team.

Source : TV Report


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2 Comments on Indonesian Version of “You Who Came From The Stars” Turn Out As Plagiarism?

  1. That Indonesian drama should be cancelled instead for the better! The showrunners of that drama should be fired! A few petitions exist on about this plagiarism matter!


  2. Lols.. I think SBS took the right decision..


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