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Korean drama picks Marianas as awards destination

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(MVA) — In celebration of great ratings, the popular Korean TV drama “Stove League” have chosen to celebrate with a rewards vacation to the Marianas.

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All cast and crew of the show will travel to Saipan on Feb. 17, 2020, for four days of vacation and off-season training. The first episode of the show aired on Dec. 19, 2019, scoring a 5.5 percent viewership rating. Ratings jumped to 16 percent for the show’s 13th episode on Feb. 1, 2020.

“We’re very excited that ‘Stove League’ has chosen the Marianas as their destination to celebrate their unrivaled popularity and double-digit viewership rating in Korea,” said Marianas Visitors Authority Managing Director Priscilla M. Iakopo. “We look forward to welcoming them to our beautiful tropical islands for some well-earned rest and rejuvenation.”

“Stove League” deals with the winds of change as a floundering baseball team that even fans have given up on scouts for a new captain. The 16-episode drama has quickly gained popularity for its signature story-telling and sophisticated details.

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