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I always love it when actors return to small screen after a long hiatus. Jung Woo Sung (A Moment to Remember, Innocent Witness) has been a popular name in the Korean and TV industry and he is making a drama comeback with Say You Love Me. His last TV show was Padam Padam that aired in 2011, though he did appear for a short time in 2020’s Delayed Justice in order to step in Bae Sung Woo‘s role. Shin Hyun Bin of Hospital Playlist fame has been confirmed for the female lead role.
Say You Love Me, also going by the title Tell Me That You Love Me, is a remake of 1995 Japanese drama of the same title. It is a love story between a hearing-impaired painter and an aspiring actress. I wonder how the drama will adjust with the change in vibe from the 90s to 2020s – both in the way the TV shows are made and the viewers, but I’m definitely intrigued.
The writer of Love In The Moonlight and the director of Our Beloved Summer are bringing Say You Love Me, with its filming scheduled to start by the end of 2022.
Ah, it’s Aishiteru to Ittekure – an Eriko Kitagawa drama. Haven’t seen that one but I did watch Beautiful Life, which apparently is a somewhat similar story, but better. 🙂 This might be one of those jdrama adaptations that actually works as a kdrama. Not that I have much interest in watching, even with the cast.^^
I have not seen lots of J dramas but I guess they are not particularly known for melodramatic stories. It does sound like a kdrama plot lol. Hopefully it’s good!