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Kim Bum, A Pink’s Jung Eun Ji In Discussion to Join Song Hye Gyo, Zo In Sung for ‘Wind Blows in Winter’

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2012.10.09 16:20 Mwave Stewart Ho

The already star-powered drama, Wind Blows in Winter, may receive yet another jolt with the latest casting negotiations.

On October 9, the agencies of actor Kim Bum and A Pink’s Jung Eun Ji confirmed the initial reports that their respective stars were in discussion with the production of Wind Blows in Winter to join its cast.

Wind Blows in Winter previously raised buzz for the confirmed casting of Song Hye Gyo and Zo In Sung.

Should she officially come on board, Jung Eun Ji will play the role of Hee Sun, who is the younger sister of Zo In Sung’s first love. The role Kim Bum is in discussion for is unconfirmed at this time.

Kim Bum, A Pink’s Jung Eun Ji In Discussion to Join Song Hye Gyo, Zo In Sung for ‘Wind Blows in Winter’

The upcoming drama is a remake of the Japanese drama, Love Isn’t Necessary, Summer and was also previously remade as the Korean film, Love Me Not starring Kim Ju Hyuk and Moon Geun Young.

Zo In Sung stars as an orphan who is left heartbroken later in life after his first love passes away and comes to lead a goal-less life as a high stakes gambler. Song Hye Gyo stars as a lonely heiress who feels she must look after others and herself after her parents get divorced and she finds herself becoming visually impaired. The two will come to find the true meaning of love after meeting each other.

The drama is still in its pre-production stages and is aiming to premiere sometime in the early half of 2013.

Photo Credit: A Cube Entertainment, King Kong Entertainment

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