Festival officially renamed, adds to cast
So it looks like your creative juices have not been wasted. Upcoming campus music youth drama Festival, which now bears the Korean title You’ve Fallen for Me, has been officially renamed with the English title Heartstrings by production company JS Pictures. You can check it out here at DramaFever.
I didn’t really think it was likely that they’d take one of the titles with Stupid in it, though I found them all amusing. It does have to sell internationally with that title, so it’s probably not the first impression they want to give? But everyone’s ideas were really fun to read.
Heartstrings has also added Jung Seo-won to its cast, who you’ll probably remember as the hilarious stuntman-sunbae to Ha Ji-won in Secret Garden. He was actually really adorable in a role that could’ve been forgettable, so I’m looking forward to seeing more of him in dramaland. He’ll be playing the right-hand man to Song Chang-eui‘s character, who will be heading up the theater production department at the arts university.
PD Pyo Min-soo‘s Heartstrings / You’ve Fallen for Me / Festival (Yeesh, THAT’s gonna be fun to google.) stars Park Shin-hye and Jung Yong-hwa, and premieres June 29 on MBC.
Via Star News
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- Rewrite the English title for You’ve Fallen For Me
- Song Chang-eui joins You’ve Fallen For Me
- Upcoming drama Festival changes its title
- You’re Beautiful duo reteams for Festival
- Park Shin-hye to star in Taiwanese drama
- Jung Yong-hwa follows in the grand tradition of kdrama second leads