Jung Woo-Sung is in talks to star in the romance drama “Say You Love Me.” The drama is a remake of the Japanese drama “Say You Love Me” (Aishiteiru to Ittekure), which aired on TBS in Japan in 1995. It tells the love story of a deaf painter and an aspiring actress.
Jung Woo-Sung was approached to play Cha Jin-Woo, a deaf painter in his 30s. He is a person who lost his hearing ability as a child due to an unknown fever. The art class was the only time Cha Jin-Woo did not need an interpreter. He has lived by viewing painting as a friend and life itself. He became an artist by focusing on painting in his own quiet space.
Jung Woo-Sung has primarily appeared in films. He has appeared in several films, including Cold Eyes (2013), The King (2017), and the Steel Rain series. In addition to being an actor. He worked as a producer on the Netflix original series “The Silent Sea,” which will premiere in December 2021.
Jung Woo-Sung’s acting change is expected given that he hasn’t appeared in a romance drama in a long time. Furthermore, interest is focused on who will be the heroine who will have an affectionate romance with Jung Woo-Sung.
STUDIO&NEW and Artist Studio will collaborate on the production of “Say You Love Me.” The release date has not yet been set.