Jung Woo Sung is confirmed to join the upcoming drama “Say You Love Me” together with Shin Hyun Bin.
On September 22nd, it has been confirmed that the upcoming Korean remake “Say You Love Me” will be led by Jung Woo Sung and Shin Hyun Bin. This will be the official return of Jung Woo Sung to the drama scene after more than ten years.
“Say You Love Me” will be the Korean remake of the Japanese series “Aishiteiru to Ittekure.” It will depict the story of a deaf man who is comfortable with expressing emotions through pictures instead of words and a woman who expresses what’s in her heart through her voice.
Jung Woo Sung will play the role of Cha Jin Woo, the deaf person who showcases his feelings through photos. Shin Hyun Bin will give life to the character named Jung Mo Eun. She has high self-respect and is carefree. She is easygoing despite lots of prejudices in the world.
“Aishiteiru to Ittekure” was a TBS drama in 1995 and it collected awards for best screenplay, best actor, and best actress awards at the Academy Awards for local TV dramas. Many are already anticipating on the Korean version of the series.
“Say You Love Me” will be directed by Kim Yoon Jin (“Our Beloved Summer”) and written by Kim Min Jung (“Love in the Moonlight” and “Who Are You: School 2015”). The series will be produced by Studio & New.
The production team also revealed that the filming will probably start this year and they are currently in discussion on where to broadcast it.
This drama will be the official comeback of Jung Woo Sung to the small screen. The actor did appear in the 2020 series “Delayed Justice” but only to be the replacement of actor Bae Sung Woo who was caught drunk driving. The actor last starred in the 2011 series “Padam Padam.”
This year, Jung Woo Sung starred in the hit film “Hunt.” He will also join the upcoming movies “A Man of Reason,” “Spring in Seoul,” and “Cobweb.”
Meanwhile, this will be the second upcoming drama of Shin Hyun Bin. She is also set to appear in the upcoming drama “The Youngest Son of a Conglomerate” with Song Joong Ki and Lee Sung Min. Early this year, the actress also starred in the TVING drama “Monstrous.”