Song Hye Gyo and Jo In Sung are expected to act together in No Hee Kyung's new drama, "Wind Blows in Winter" (tentative title).
It has been said that the two actors are adjusting and finalizing their schedules after receiving an offer to star-cast in "Wind Blows in Winter," written by No Hee Kyung and will be produced by Kim Tae Kyu.
On August 16th, many broadcasting officials spoke through OSEN that "Both of them are discussing, positively, about their appearances in the upcoming drama. As we are entering the final stages of adjusting scheudles, as long as no major events pop up, we will once again be able to see two Korean top star actors play their roles in this drama."
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The two of them received love calls early from the writer but since this will eventually become their comeback drama, they have been considering it more nonetheless. During the process of casting, Kim Tae Hee and Won Bin were also potential candidates, however, it has narrowed down and entrenched into Song Hye Gyo and Jo In Sung who had continuously received love calls from the TV crew.
Once finalized, the drama will bring the two actors back from their long break. Song Hye Kyo who appeared last in No Hee Kyung's drama--"The World They Live In"--will come back after 4 years of gap. For Jo In Sung, it will also break his 7 year term, since his last apperance in the drama "Bom Nal (Spring Day), which was aired in 2005.
During the phone conversation with OSEN staff, both officials of Song Hye Kyo and Jo In Sung cautiously explained that "It is true we have received proposals from early on. Though things look positive, there are still minor details that need to get coordinated."
Meanwhile, the drama "Wind Blows in Winter" is a remake of Japanese drama "I Don't Need Such Thing As Love, Summer," which was remade into movie in 2006 with similar title--"I Don't Need Such Thing As Love"--with casts of Moon Geun Young and Kim Joo Hyuk.
This time, the drama will be reborn by writer No Hee Kyung and producer Kim Tae Kyu. The drama is scheduled to broadcast during the first half of next year.