First trailer for the upcoming Korean drama “Tell Me That You Love Me” has been released.
The new heartwarming Korean drama is set to premiere next month, titled “Tell Me That You Love Me.” It features an ensemble cast including Jung Woo Sung (Delayed Justice), Shin Hyun Been (Reborn Rich), Kim Ji Hyun (D.P. Season 2), and Lee Jae Kyun (Song of the Bandits).
This ENA drama is an adaptation of the award-winning 1995 Japanese drama of the same name. Notably, the director of “Our Beloved Summer” and the writer of “Love In The Moonlight” will collaborate on this project.
The first teaser begins by urging viewers to focus for a moment. Accompanied by the sound of rain, it presents beautiful scenes, each highlighted with phrases like ‘Speed of the wind,’ ‘Color of the sky,’ ‘Excitement in the eyes,’ ‘Trembling hand gestures,’ and ‘Sound of love.’ Additionally, it offers a glimpse of the encounter between Jung Woo Sung and Shin Hyun Been, where Shin Hyun Been uses sign language to communicate with Jung Woo Sung, and he looks at her with passion.
“Tell Me That You Love Me” will narrate the story of Cha Jin Woo (Jung Woo Sung), a hearing-impaired man who doesn’t like to talk much and finds peace in it. He often expresses himself through drawings. Cha Jin Woo’s life takes a new turn when he meets Jung Mo Eun (Shin Hyun Been), an aspiring actress who communicates through words, and they fall in love.
The release of “Tell Me That You Love Me” is confirmed for November, though the exact premiere date is yet to be revealed.
Here is the drama trailer: