‘Let Me Hear Your Song’ script reading stills released

On May 3, KBS2 released photos taken from the script reading sessions of the upcoming drama Let Me Hear Your Song.

The new series is a mystery romantic comedy that tells the story of an orchestral timpanist, played by gugudan’s Kim Se-jeong (School 2017), who has lost her memories after witnessing a murder. She goes in search of these memories and meets a tone-deaf orchestra member, played by Yeon Woo-jin (Priest), in the process.

Present during the table read are director Lee Jung-mi, scriptwriter Kim Min-joo, as well as actors Yeon Woo-jin, gugudan’s Kim Sejong, T-Ara’s Jiyeon, Song Jae-rim, Lee Si-won, Yoon Joo-hee, Yoo Gun, JBJ95’s Sanggyun, and the rest of the supporting cast.

Photo Credit: MK (www.mk.co.kr)

Actor Yeon Woo-jin opened the session by saying, “I hope this project brings joy in the summer of 2019 for everyone. Fighting!”

Kim Se-jeong looks enthusiastic in photos. She displayed her great performance even before the actual filming and proved that she is the right fit for the character. Meanwhile, Yeon Woo-jin kept the atmosphere lively with his antics paired with the slick tone of his voice.

Song Jae-rim (Clean With Passion For Now), who plays the role of an orchestra’s conductor, showed his appeal as he threw the lines of his character. Meanwhile, T-ara’s Jiyeon (Triangle) was also able to show her cold charm as a violinist.

Director Lee Jung-mi remarked about the dynamics of his new team. “When we do dramas, you can’t work alone. You need a good script, great staff, and excellent actors to make a hit drama. While we all have to work together until September, I hope we finish this project while having fun in this hot summer.”

Let Me Hear Your Song‘s premiere is slated for July.

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