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Drama: Tell Me That You Love Me/ Say You Love Me

Hangul: 사랑한다고 말해줘

Genre: romance

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Director: Kim Yoon Jin

Writer: Kim Min Jung

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Plot

 

“Tell Me That You Love Me” is a romance drama that depicts the love story of a deaf man and an aspiring actress.

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“Tell Me That You Love Me,” is a remake of the popular 1995 Japanese drama of the same name (“Aishiteiru to Itte Kure”). It swept the awards for Best Picture, Best Screenplay, Best Actor, Best Actress, and more at Japan’s The Television Drama Academy Awards.

 

Cast

 

Jung Woo Sung as Cha Jin Woo

Shin Hyun Bin as Jung Mo Eun

 

Character descriptions

 

Cha Jin Woo (Jung Woo Sung) is a deaf artist in his 30s. He lost his hearing when he was little due to an unexplainable fever. For Cha Jin Woo, art class was the only time that he didn’t need an interpreter, and he thought of painting as his friend and life itself. He became an artist by focusing on painting in his own quiet world.

 

Jung Mo Eun ( Shin Hyun Bin) has self-respect as she proudly fulfills her dreams and love.

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by lo_ve, February 9, 2022
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Jung Woo Sung might officially return to the small screen after 10 years. 

On February 9th, several reports stated that Jung Woo Sung will be the main lead of the Korean remake of the drama "Say You Love Me"  (Aishiteiru to Ittekure). The drama was a hit series in Japan in 1995. 

Jung Woo Sung's agency Artist Company responded to the reports and shared that the actor is positively considering starring in the remake drama. Nothing has been decided yet.

If Jung Woo Sung accepts the casting offer, this will be his official comeback to the small screen after 2011's "Padam Padam." 

"Say You Love Me" will use the storyline from the TBS drama "Aishiteiru to Ittekure" that aired from July to September 1995. The drama will revolve around the love story of two people who had an encounter when they were children and then meet again after several years. developing a relationship. Because the male lead has a hearing impairment from childhood, the female lead will do her best so that they can understand each other. 


"Say You Love Me" will be produced by Studio & New. The broadcast details are not yet confirmed.

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Jung Woo Sung has been active in starring, directing, and producing films. He has not starred in a drama since 2011. 

In 2020, he replaced Bae Sung Woo (one of the artists in his agency) in the drama "Delayed Justice." He became the replacement for episodes 17 onwards after Bae Sung Woo was involved in a DUI incident. He also made a special appearance in the Netflix original series "The Silent Sea" that he produced. These dramas were not his formal comeback to the small screen.

Meanwhile, the top actor will be the main lead of the upcoming films "Hunt" and "Spring in Seoul." He will also direct the upcoming movie "Agent Scholar." 

Source

https://mydramalist.com/article/jung-woo-sung-will-possibly-make-his-comeback-to-the-small-screen-with-a-remake-drama

 

 

Jung Woo Sung In Talks For Remake Of Japanese Drama

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Feb 9, 2022
by L. Kim
 

Jung Woo Sung may be starring in a new drama soon!

On February 9, Sports World reported that Jung Woo Sung will be starring in “Tell Me That You Love Me,” which is a remake of the popular 1995 Japanese drama of the same name (“Aishiteiru to Itte Kure”).

In response to the report, his agency Artist Company stated, “Jung Woo Sung is positively reviewing [the offer] to star in ‘Tell Me That You Love Me.'”

“Tell Me That You Love Me” is a romance drama that depicts the love story of a deaf man and an aspiring actress.

Jung Woo Sung has been offered the role of Cha Jin Woo, a deaf artist in his 30s. He lost his hearing when he was little due to an unexplainable fever. For Cha Jin Woo, art class was the only time that he didn’t need an interpreter, and he thought of painting as his friend and life itself. He became an artist by focusing on painting in his own quiet world.

This will be Jung Woo Sung’s return to the small screen in about ten years. He did appear in the SBS drama “Delayed Justice,” which ended in January 2021, but it was only to replace Bae Sung Woo who had been booked for a DUI (driving under the influence).

“Tell Me That You Love Me” is currently casting actors, and the broadcast date and filming schedule have not been decided yet.

 

https://www.soompi.com/article/1512138wpp/jung-woo-sung-in-talks-for-remake-of-japanese-drama

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September 22 2022

Jung Woo-Sung & Shin Hyun-Bin cast in drama “Say You Love Me”

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Jung Woo-Sung & Shin Hyun-Bin are cast in new drama series “Say You Love Me” (working & literal title). The drama series is a remake of 1995 TBS drama series “Say You Love Me” starring Etsushi Toyokawa & Takako Tokiwa. The drama series will depict a romance between a man who is hearing impaired and an aspiring actress.

“Say You Love Me” will air sometime next year in South Korea.

Plot Synopsis by AsianWiki: Cha Jin-Woo (Jung Woo-Sung) has a hearing impairment. He is not comfortable speaking due to his disability. Cha Jin-Woo is used to expressing his feelings through drawings instead of speaking. He happens to meet Jung Mo-Eun (Shin Hyun-Bin). She is an aspiring actress and expresses her feelings through words. Cha Jin-Woo and Jung Mo-Eun fall in love with each other.

 

https://blog.asianwiki.com/korean-dramas/jung-woo-sung-shin-hyun-bin-cast-in-drama-say-you-love-me

 

 

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Jung Woo Sung Confirmed To Star In His First Drama In 10 Years With Shin Hyun Been

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Sep 22, 2022
by S. Kim
 

Jung Woo Sung and Shin Hyun Been will be reuniting in a new project together!

On September 22, STUDIO & NEW announced that Jung Woo Sung and Shin Hyun Been will be starring in the new romance drama titled “Tell Me That You Love Me” (literal title) together.

“Tell Me That You Love Me” is based on the romance drama of the same name which aired on TBS in Japan in 1995 and swept the awards for Best Picture, Best Screenplay, Best Actor, Best Actress, and more at Japan’s The Television Drama Academy Awards.

Jung Woo Sung will take on the role of Cha Jin Woo, a hearing-impaired person who feels freedom in his own quiet world and who is easygoing despite the prejudice against him. Shin Hyun Been will play Jung Mo Eun who has self-respect as she proudly fulfills her dreams and love. In addition to the two star actors, the drama also raises anticipation with the collaboration between screenwriter Kim Min Jung, who wrote “Love in the Moonlight” and “The Sound of Magic,” and director Kim Yoon Jin, who directed “Our Beloved Summer.”

Jung Woo Sung is returning to the small screen after almost 10 years since his last drama “Padam Padam,” which aired from 2011 to 2012. In 2020, Jung Woo Sung filled in for Bae Sung Woo‘s role in “Delayed Justice” after the actor stepped down toward the end of the drama, but this is his first official drama comeback in 10 years.

Filming will start at the end of this year, but the broadcast schedule is still under discussion. Stay tuned for more updates!

https://www.soompi.com/article/1546227wpp/jung-woo-sung-confirmed-to-star-in-his-first-drama-in-10-years-with-shin-hyun-been

 
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by lo_ve, September 22, 2022
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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.

 

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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." 

Source

 

https://mydramalist.com/article/jung-woo-sung-to-return-to-dramas-with-shin-hyun-bin-as-the-female-lead

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Great! Thanks for starting this thread! I loved the jdrama’s first 8-9 episodes, after that it went downhill for me :( This is What happened in jdrama version, which I hope the k-version will not follow; 

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FL cheated on ML and then left him with the guy she cheated with! 
 

Other than that it was a very beautiful and touching drama, so romantic :heart: it’s so cool they decided to remake Aishiteiru to Ittekure - 26 years later. A lot has happened since then when it comes to technology etc, the quality/cinematography is much better now! And I think the k-version has to change some things to adjust to today’s watchers, some things what was ok 26 years ago might not be ok today. 
 

Jung Woo Sung , I only seen him in the romantic movie A Moment to Remember (which is amazing) so its not his first time starring in something romantic , beautiful and touching. He was great in A Moment to Remember…as for Shin Hyun Bin, never watched anything with her. 
 

idc about the age gap, both are adults. In j-version there was age gap too. They were younger tho than in this remake, the FL in j-version was in her early 20s, the FL in this version will be older I guess, since Shin Hyun Bin is 36. That gives me some hope actually! That in k-version she will be more mature than the FL in j-version (I really came to dislike her in last few episodes due to her being so immature). 

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28 minutes ago, Vera Vainio said:

Great! Thanks for starting this thread! I loved the jdrama’s first 8-9 episodes, after that it went downhill for me :( This is What happened in jdrama version, which I hope the k-version will not follow; 

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FL cheated on ML and then left him with the guy she cheated with! 
 

 

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yes but it was a open ending, they meet again at the ending where they meet for the first time, but yes she cheated, she was so insecure 

 

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I loved the Jdrama, including the fling that screwed up the leads romance. The drama worked on 3 levels:

1) the unconventional romance between a deaf hermit guy who can only speak in sign language (and through paintings) and a friendly young woman who of course can talk and live a relatively normal life.

2) romance between a somewhat middle-aged man and a younger woman

3) a successful painter and a struggling actress. 

 

The Jdrama version showed the difficulties of 'making such a relationship work', even though FL and ML rocked the silent part, she was comfortable learning and using the sign language and understood his paintings and their sex life was shown to be instant and good, but the FL had to make a LOT of adjustments, and frankly, sacrifices, and started to see the relationship as a dead-end/ deadbeat downer, ML didn't make any changes in his life and was extremely struck in his ways, and because she was young and had friends and was working towards a career, she gradually became frustrated and distant and then had that one-night stand and ML-FL relationship ended.

 

That's why the ending was the way it was and I was disheartened by how short the end scene was. Their relationship had ended not because the girl couldn't be with the deaf guy anymore or didn't understand him or love him, but it was all too suffocating, they literally had nothing in common other than the unspoken understanding, and in the ending they showed the girl was now a bit more grown up, and had a successful career (was getting regular parts) and was more open to being with him than before. The guy hadn't changed much which wasn't a good thing. The ending was too brisk and unsatisfactory for me, but at least it ended on a hopeful note.

 

The Jdrama actors were perfect and really worked very hard (learning sign language, they looked their parts, etc.)

 

For the Korean version, though I'm excited that Jung Woo Sung will essay the middle-aged man / deaf painter (I hope they don't turn him into some usual K-drama childish prude robot, dumbstruck at every thing), but 'Shin Hyun Bin' is too old / mature for the role, unless they change the story from a happy-go-lucky positive naive girl who jumps at everything excitedly. I don't see why or how or should an actress in her mid-30s can look and act childish or naive. I would expect someone of her age to get into a relationship with a deaf guy with her eyes (and ears) wide open. So I don't know if this drama will work or be adultish.  

 

So 50-50 hopeful that it will be a good romantic realistic treat with less of the usual Kdrama schtick. 

 

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