Shim Eun Kyung Considers Joining Joo Won in Korean Version of ‘Nodame Cantabile’
After receiving an offer, Shim Eun Kyung is currently considering a role in the Korean version of Nodame Cantabile.
Shim Eun Kyung’s agency talked with Newsen on April 29 saying, “Shim Eun Kyung did receive an offer for the female lead of the Korean version of Nodame Cantabile, but nothing has been decided.”
After a successful run of 8.6 million views for the movie Miss Granny, Shin Eun Kyung will be returning to the small screen after four years since SBS’ Bad Man in 2010 if she take the role.
However, Shim Eun Kyung’s agency said, “We haven’t received the script yet, so there’s not much we can say.”
Based on a manga, Nodame Cantabile was created into a successful drama and movie, starring Ueno Juri and Tamaki Hiroshi, who are also very popular in Korea.
The Korean version of Nodame Cantabile has already confirmed Joo Won as the male lead. He will play the prickly genius musician.
Meanwhile, the Korean version of Nodame Cantabile is scheduled to air in October following Big Man, Lovers of Trot, and Discovery of Romance.
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