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'Will It Snow for Christmas?' to Air December 2

2009/11/30 | 2204 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Go Soo flaunted his dazzling smile at the production announcement of the TV drama "Will It Snow for Christmas??" on November 25. The drama is about a man who has loved only one woman for 10 years and lived for the sole purpose of reuniting with her.

"Will It Snow for Christmas??" was written by Lee Kyeong-hee and is directed by Choi Moon-seok. It will premiere on SBS TV on December 2 after the current show, "You're Beautiful", ends. The new drama begins with memories of the passionate first love.

At the production announcement of the drama, Chang Jin-woo, an executive of the drama's production company iHQ, said, "The title of this drama suggests that it's a romantic comedy, like 'Love Actually', but it is actually a very heartwarming drama about life".

The plot is about the young man Cha Kang-jin (Ko), who has never met his father and who wanders with his mother, a barmaid. His heart was tightly closed from the outside world when he fell in love with Han Ji-wan, a pure-hearted and cheerful girl from a rich family. Ko said, "My character is the one who has never lost to anyone. He does his best in everything he does, including work and love. I'll do my best to perfectly portray him". He added, "My character may look cold because he always makes sure to make things perfect, but his love for Ji-wan is fathomless".

Actress Han Ye-seul, who plays Han Ji-wan, described her character as a very cheerful, lovely, optimistic and courageous woman who does her best because she went through pain as a child.

Kang-jin and Ji-wan had to part ways when they were still very young after Ji-wan's older brother died in an accident. Later, Ji-wan ends up with Tae-jun, who had to break up with his former girlfriend, Woo-jung, because her affluent parents opposed their relationship. But just when Ji-wan and Tae-jun are to become engaged, Ji-wan runs into Kang-jin--something she could never have imagined even in her wildest dreams.

Actress Sun-Woo Sun, who plays Woo-jung, said that her actress has a controversial personality and is also a daughter of a rich family, like her previous character in the TV drama "Queen of Housewives" ("My Wife is a Superwoman"). However, Seon said that her current character differs profoundly from her previous character and that she lost 3 kilograms of weight to make her look cold. "When I saw the synopsis of the drama, I got butterflies in my stomach because I liked it a lot. The more I read it, the more I discovered about my character", added Seon.

Song Jong-ho, who plays Park Tae-jun, said his character was looking for new love despite already being in a relationship, and ends up feeling jealous and agonized. He said, "When I was reading the script, I cried because it was very sad and there were many good lines. I was willing to play any role in this drama".

Actress Jo Min-soo, who plays Kang-jin's mother, will make a comeback with this drama after a four-year break. She plays a woman whose heart was broken by her first love and who raises her two sons on her own. Cho said, "I took this role not to play a mother but a 40-something woman who has her story to tell. I have never played such characters before. She is a charming person who lives on the fringes of society but who still loves. She may look humble and commonplace at first glance but I'm trying to portray her in the opposite way. I enjoy developing my character".

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