Song Hye-gyo and Jo In-sung in Noh Hee-kyung's project

Song Hye-gyo and Jo In-sung in Noh Hee-kyung's project

24 Aug - With Won Bin's decision not to accept the offer, it was revealed that actors Song Hye-gyo and Jo In-sung are in discussions to play leading roles for writer Noh Hee Kyung's new project, "That Winter the Wind Blows".

As reported on Allkpop website, a source from the drama production stated, "Song Hye-gyo and Jo In-sung are currently exchanging their ideas and opinions with the production and the drama is in its finalising stages."

It was revealed that the famed drama writer had offered the roles to Song Hye-gyo and Jo In-sung earlier but both stars took their time reviewing while the production tried approaching their next best candidates – Won Bin and Kim Tae-hee.

Meanwhile, agencies of both stars stated that while the offer is good, there are some fine tunings to be done. If the decision is confirmed, "That Winter the Wind Blows" will be Song Hye-gyo's first project since Noh Hee Kyung's 2008 drama "The World They Live In" and Jo In-sung's first small screen comeback after his military enlistment in 2005.

"That Winter the Wind Blows" will be a remake of the Japanese drama "Love isn't Necessary, Summer". It was originally adapted to a Moon Geun-young and Kim Joo-hyuk film, "I Don't Need Love".

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