Rain to Make Drama Comeback through ‘My Lovable Girl’
Rain will finally be returning to the drama world.
An affiliate of SBS’s new drama My Lovable Girl (translated) announced on July 25, that Rain has confirmed to act in the drama, returning to the small screen about four years since he starred in The Fugitive Plan B in 2010.
My Lovable Girl is a romantic fantasy drama set in the K-pop world, depicting the story of young people who overcome their painful memories through music and love.
Rain will be taking the role of lead character ‘Hyun Wook,’ the CEO of an agency and the main producer who seems to have no interest in the world. He will be encountering ‘Se Na,’ the younger sister of his ex-lover who died in an accident, and will fall in love with her.
Rain, who accepted the casting offer as soon as he saw the scripts for My Lovable Girl, said, “I was drawn to the sincere story of young people curing their painful memories of love, with the K-pop industry as the background. I decided to act in the drama because I wanted to depict ‘Hyun Wook’ in a charming way, who carefully takes a step towards his destined love.”
My Lovable Girl, which was previously called ‘Song For You,’ has officially changed its title after Rain accepted the casting offer.
It has also been reported that most of the cast of My Lovable Girl will be selected through the production company’s audition, gathering interest from numerous agencies, as starring in the drama is a great chance for many idols to make a small screen debut and earn star status.
My Lovable Girl will be finalizing its cast members by the beginning of next month and begin filming soon after. It is set to air on September 17, following It’s Okay, It’s Love.
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