It’s confirmed! Ji Chang Wook is returning with another drama while “The Sound of Magic” is set to premiere very soon. He will be seen opposite Girls Generation’s Choi Sooyoung and the cast also includes Sung Dong-Il. Read on to know about the cast, title, release date and more.
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JI CHANG WOOK CONFIRMED TO STAR IN NEW DRAMA
It was just recently revealed that Ji Chang Wook will be starring in a new drama opposite Choi Sooyoung from the kpop girl group “Girls Generation”. Ji Chang Wook already has one drama coming on the way called “The Sound of Magic” which also starred Hwang In Yeop from the hit drama “True Beauty”.
“Tell Me Your Desire” is a drama inspired by a real organisation in the Netherlands that fulfils the aspirations of chronic cancer patients. A heartwarming story will emerge as a young man pushed by the limits of a life full of struggles goes to the hospital for community counselling and joins the hospital staff in achieving the various long-term aspirations of those present to extend their lives.
Welcome to his role-playing strike in his previous projects “Healer,” “Suspicious Partner,” Backstreet Rookie, ” Lovestruck in the City, ”and more, Ji Chang Wook will take on the role of Yoon Gyeo Re, fighting hard against the cold reality after leaving an orphanage. , juvenile detention centre, and prison. He begins to volunteer at a hospice hospital because of an accident and also struggles one last time to survive.
Choi Sooyoung to star opposite Ji Chang Wook
Sooyoung will transform into Seo Yeon Joo, who gives hope to advanced patients as a hospice hospital nurse. The actress was previously impressed with her performances in “Girl Cops,” “New Year Blues,” “Run On,” and “So I Married the Anti-Fan,” and is expected to do so again with her upcoming role.
Sung Dong-Il will be playing the role of Kang Tae Shik, who works at a nursing hospital as a volunteer king after losing the purpose of life. As a veteran actor who has participated in a number of shows including “Pawn,” “Metamorphosis,” and the much-anticipated TVN “Jirisan,” Sung Dong-Il will once again captivate viewers with his detailed expression of tenderness and will.
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