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Lee Jin-wook says no to Hello Monster, maybe to In Time With You remake

This is a good-news-bad-news situation, but I’m feeling fine because I think the good news is stronger: Lee Jin-wook has dropped out of the romance-thriller drama Hello Monster where he was to play a police profiler, but is now in the running to do the In Time With You remake drama, The Time I Loved You, 7000 Days.

So he may not romance Jang Nara as a fellow cop colleague, but he might get to fall in love with Ha Ji-won as his longtime best friend instead? Sign me up.

Both dramas sound promising on their own merits, with Hello Monster coming from the writer of Protect the Boss and based on the unusual-sounding plotline where one man and the woman who stalks him end up working together to fight corruption. Okay, so the stalking thing is a little discomfiting, but it could be interesting. I’ll be watching to see who steps into Lee Jin-wook’s vacated shoes, although admittedly with him out of the picture, my interest is put a little on hold.

With The Time I Loved You, 7000 Days, I’m pretty much in regardless of who plays the leads because I love the premise where lifelong friends spend years setting each other up with dates, are always dissatisfied with the matches, and belatedly realize it’s because they’ve been in love all this time. Casting Ha Ji-won (still not yet confirmed) and Lee Jin-wook would shoot that interest even higher, because they’re both actors who bring extra energy to their roles and have a way of making them their own.

Furthermore, Lee Jin-wook hasn’t done a rom-com in a while, and the ones he has done (I Need Romance 2012, Myung-wol the Spy) haven’t really done it for me. I actually think he had way more sexual tension and romantic chemistry with the co-stars in his non-romance-centric action/thriller shows (Nine, Three Musketeers), so I’d love to see him take his (new-in-recent-years) rascally charm and apply it to a straight-up rom-com.

The Time I’ve Loved You, 7000 Days will air on SBS as a 16-episode drama and has not yet fixed on an air date.

Via TV Daily

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Ohh man I really wanted Gong Yoo LOL!

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True. Gong Yoo would be perfect!

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me too!!

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Yes yes! I can go for this! Gong Yoo would have been good too!

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or what about Shin Ha Kyun or So Ji Sub?

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Shin Ha-kyun? Don't think so.

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Possibly as the ex boyfriend (played by sunny)? But he might be a little too dark for that.

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Shin Ha-kyun will never play a second lead to Lee Jin-wook o.O

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SJS would at least haven taken the bad taste of Bali from my psyche!

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Or Shin Sung Rok?

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Lee Jin Wook and Ha Ji Won, Why not? I like them both.

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me too, like them both

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Same here! They're both amazing actors so im definitely gona watch this if they both confirm. Fingers cross! ????

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Yes yes yes please!!

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Ha Ji Won is awesome in every role. Always good chemistry. Would love to see a reunion with Hyun Bin in 2015!!!

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YES!!! They're perfect! I wanted Kim Rae-won or Lee Dong-gun and LJW passed through my mind then I forgot about it, but a YES!

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I loved him in INR2 but he had slipped my mind for the lead for ITWY. Gong Yoo is my first choice, too, but heard he's doing a movie. I think LJW could pull it off very well! I vote yes

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He's been choosing movie lately. I think Big is still a big trauma for him. Poor puppy :(

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ya probably shy of doing dramas again because of Big. but he was so good in that. it was the story the sucked

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My first thought was Jo Jung Suk, but my second was "wouldn't it be so interesting, though, if we did Lee Jin Wook instead?"
I will be crushed if this doesn't happen, now.

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Lee Jin Wook and Ha Ji Won? Not so excited about this pairing. I was hoping Gong Yoo, Jo In Sung or So Ji Sub instead. He's good actor but not that GOOD. But I think Li Dae Ren's character quite suits for him. Now, I want Ha Ji Won just drop it instead LOL.

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Jo In Sung please. I want happy ending from the couple of "drama-with-theworst-ending-ever"- Something happened in Bali. So ji sub also in that drama.

Goo Yoo also a nice one. Kinda miss him, havent seen him around so it will be quite fresh couple

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My heart still aches everytime I remember the ending. Like, wtf, you got me so invested in the drama and then you end it like that? Painfull...

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I don't think WHIB had the worst ending ever. It was tragic, but quite fitting for it. Actually quite realistic, more so than a happy ever after ending, if you consider how messed up JIS's character got. He was totally obsessed and jealous. Also, they were all so messed up there was no way they could have a happy ending.

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Oh I loved So Ji Sub and Jo In Sung and Ha Ji Won in what happens in Bali. It's tragic but their love for ji won is intense. I can't choose between the two.. It's one drama that whoever she end up with is ok.

Off topic, but I loved gong Yoo, or Ji Chang Wok or anybody they paired up with her will be awesome.. Though I still can't get over my Empress Ki OTP.

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"He’s good actor but not that GOOD. "
Totally agreed.

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i think he's good i watch many of his drama since i watch nine, he act many different charracter i like him more than gong yo or so ji sub. I watch many so ji sub drama too but mostly similar, may be excep master sun n gong yo watch him in coffee prince really long time ago n a bit in big, not really impress with him but they are quite good but doesn't make me wannna check their other project, axcept the sory is interesting

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Thought they'll go for a bigger name for the drama. Gong Yoo... Why does he have so many movies to do?

Anyway, I think it's good news on the side of Hello Monster, since I was skeptical of Jang Nara playing a secondary role to Lee Jin-wook. Perhaps they'll find a better male lead...

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Does Jang Na Ra confirm? Sometimes its's early to get excited about drama casts then after get confirmation we feel disappointed if not as we expected.

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Right, she hasn't. But I'll watch it if they find a better leading man. I'll watch In Time with You if it's Gong Yoo too. Casting news just haven't been going the right way recently.

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I do not think she will take it on unless the male lead either a big name one or well thought of as an actor lol they often two seperate things after all. I guess she could do another save a station from embarrassment like she did with Mr Baek if it gets that bad. But really I can not see her giving up other offers just in hope they get thier act together. As for Lee jin-wook I hope he has a firm offer or he may end up missing out on both, he hardly a big enough name one would think to put up agaisnt Ha Ji-won, indeed one could say the same with Jang Nara when you think she be taking second lead rather than sharing it, from the shows description out so far.

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Not that I don't like the current casting efforts, but I would love to see Jang Na Ra paired with Lee Jun Ki in Vampire Scholar, and for Han Groo to do this drama with whoever they cast.

Maybe Shin Sung Rok?

Or they might catch lightning in a bottle by casting JCW. But he probably looks too young for someone who's worked in New York and has returned to Korea.

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Jang Nara + Lee Junki! Can we petition for that?

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+1 !! ^^

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Not bad, not bad! Yeeehaa!

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I was not planning to watch IN TIME WITH YOU REMAKE, even with the Ha Jiwon confirmation. BUT Lee Jinwook being male lead here with Ha? Loooooovely! How could my mind never think of a pair like this? Hurray! Now I am in!

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same here....!

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I was seeing Gong Yoo more as Li Da Ren but Lee Jinwook is a great choice too! I wouldn't mind him confirming for the role. Hearing this news, I can already see him as Li Da Ren KR version.
Not too delighted about Ha Jiwon as Cheng You Qing (cos I see Jeon Jihyun as You Qing) but I'll watch this even if she's set to play.
Nonetheless, I am so excited!!

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I think so, too. Don't see Ha Ji-Won as Chen You Qing...but I'm actually hoping the Korean remake will outdo the Taiwanese one. I liked the original, but I find Taiwanese dramas have a lot of wasted dialogue and silly scenes (mostly involving moms or mother-in-laws). Hoping the Korean one will be more tightly edited, and feature no or little makjang.

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I think he would be a perfect Li Da Ren! I hope he and HJW both sign on soon!!

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Oh such a bummer! I was really not feeling him and Jang Nara but even more so, him and HJW. There were so many actors suggested but this one's just unfortunate for me since I've never been fond of his acting. Wish they courted Gong Yoo or Go Soo. If only Hyun Bin and Jang Hyuk weren't busy, they'd have been so awesome. Lee Jin-wook just dropped my expectations four notches down.

But... This also means I can now look forward to Hello Monster even if it has such an odd premise. Get Jang Nara an awesome costar and I'm so in!

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Exactly! Like, if you don't get Gong Yoo, Go Soo will be perfect too. A little too handsome perhaps, but that's not a problem.

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I don't know, I never get Lee Jin Wook's appeal or actings. Anyway, it's still not confirm yet both side Ha Ji Won as well as him.

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I can't see him as Li Da Ren, having only watched him in Nine. Maybe I should finish that :D:D

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I can see him on the basis of "Someday" where he had a very gentle sort of character in a way... except that I think he looks too mature and he wouldn't be convincing in the earlier years/flashbacks of In Time We You.

Ha Ji-won I could see play younger, same as Gong Yoo.

I still have my reservations about this drama because of the issues I had with the Taiwanese version, though LJW (or someone like Gong Yoo) might make me give it a try for a few episodes...

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I think I'm going to cry. I've always wanted him to take this because he reminds me of Bolin. Although I wouldn't mind Gong Yoo but he is my #1 choice. I've mentioned his name a couple of times here in the related threads and I think drama gods exists?!?! They heard my prayers????

Ha Jiwon seems like a good choice. I just miss him on screen! (3 musketeers wasn't ENOUGH. WE WERE ROBBED OF TWO SEASONS)

Oppa please say yes to this.

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THAT'S IT!!!

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im suddenly really excited for this! i love the idea of a remake of In Time With You. I dont really love the bestfriend idea (because its frustrating!!) but i can work around it haha (though i watch 9 outs with 2 ends?) I love Lee Jin Wook!! But im hoping maybe for Jo In Sung too. But, whoever the leading man is, I hope Ha Ji Won signs on first. Please!

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I loved the original drama with Ariel Lin and Bo-Lin! I think the casting couldn't be more perfect for this version. I can't wait to see what they do with it!

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I like the Taiwanese fans pick of Gong Yoo & Kang Sora.

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Wow that would be a dream come true.

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Damn, what is with all these awesome potential castings falling through? First Kim Woo-bin, now him.....I loved the idea of him+ Jang Nara, but at least he has a potential Ha Ji-won pairing.

and I think he'd be perfect - he has a really mature sexy aura and can also do playful really well, if needed.

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Oh yes please!

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Is the drama really that good? I watched some of the clips on youtube but I think it just so-so. That's why I don't get why many got so hype about it.

Nowadays korean dramas seem lost their creativity on story line. The writers keep adapting from manhwa (anime)/ webtoon/re-make/ story about vampires/story about chaebol/story about split personalities.

Why no writers interesting to explore more about scientist (since korea is one of the famous country about science and technology), life of politicians or army? XD

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When it comes to the occupation of characters, well, it's much easier for a writer to write about what they know.

Writers are writers, they have a pretty good idea how people in the creative industry work, but they have to do research to come up with plot tropes for character arcs when the characters are neither from "their" background (writers, artists, actors, other creative people like chefs or fashion designers) or the stock repertoire (medical doctors, chaebol management geniuses etc.).

Of course, writing stuff that hasn't been written 1000 times before is also risky, and K-drama doesn't like to take risks. Once a show actually takes some risk and gets away with it, it's instantly copied to death (e.g. "It's okay, it's love").

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I think this is something that comes down to the k-drama industry not being willing to take risks, or not being particularly open to trying new horizons / different genres / fresh characters.

You get a whole lot more diversity in j-dramas, to the degree that it sometimes feels like those writers take particular joy in pulling a completely random profession (or idea) out of a hat and then go from there. Not all of them succeed of course, but you do get real gems from this randomicity. (My most recent find: Suika which is about four women sharing a house – a student, a 27-year old erotic manga writer, a 34-year old bank clerk and a 50+ something anthropology professor. It's such a fabulous combination of characters but it's not something you're likely to get in a kdrama because they just stick to male/female 20/30 something leads plus male/female 20/30 something love rivals combo.)

@You – I don't seen adaptations necessarily as a lack of creativity (there are many diverse manhwas/webtoons/dramas they could use as their starting point), but sadly they seem to stick mostly to the same kind of stories or characters (rare exceptions: when something like Misaeng comes along).

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I agree that K-drama is especially averse to variation of well-trodden paths (let alone originality), mostly because it doesn't really pay off. K-drama productions trained their audience well enough that, most of the time, when they do something not exactly along the narrow guidelines of the K-drama genre, the audience doesn't accept it easily (combine that with the short feedback cycle in live shooting, et voila ...)

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Hi alua, I just wanted to say thanks for the mention of Suika. It sound interesting so I will be checking it out and was wondering if you have any other J-dramas that you would also recommend. Recently, I've watched Mondai no Aru Restaurant and loved the girls characters and interactions. Please excuse my bad English. And thank you!

As to Lee Jin-wook yay yay I've been waiting for him to do a rom-com. Please let it happen drama gods.

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I don't think it's that great a drama, despite all the love its getting – it's certainly better than many Taiwanese dramas (with the majority I personally fail to last even a single episode) and I think what it has going for it is two were likeable actors who had great chemistry between them. And didn't go for overacting, which is something that sinks quite a lot TW-dramas.

The story wasn't anything particularly new, and the characters weren't either – but Ariel and Bolin managed to elevate them to something that I guess many people loved.

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I think many things were definitely lost in translation, as one of the drama's strongest point was its smart, thought provoking dialogues. The actors themselves also provided much depth and charms to the characters. Then, there's almost a modern art feel to the drama at times, making it fresh and classy. This is why I didn't/don't think it's going to succeed as a remake, but might be willing to give it a try if Ha Ji Won confirms. However, it definitely comes down to the quality of writing and directing.

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I agree - after hearing the news of a Kdrama remake of a Taiwanese drama, I checked it out. I'm now a big fan of ITWY - not so much of the storyline or the plot changes, but angle it presented and the subplot and how the even the littlest nuances were tied into the overall drama. It felt really good watching something well thought out.

Like the part where there was a play within the drama which acted harbinger for both Da Ren and You Qing if they don't take the leap...

Or the little bits and pieces of Da Ren's and You Qing's personal lives that shape who they are as well as elevate the love story to be about how we affect each other...

Or moments that Da Ren and You Qing share in the earlier episodes brought back as part of later ones...

As for the actors, I'm impressed with Ariel strong but vulnerable portrayal -I'm a fan of Ha Ji Won, but I don't see her pulling that off.

As for Da Ren, it's funny, Bolin played Jin Wook's character in the remake of Miss Granny; but when I see Bolin, I'm reminded of Gong Yoo.

Thinking about remakes into Kdramas, they tend to be more flashy - more about the sparkle than substance, I just hope this time I'm proven wrong.

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Just saying. In this drama, there were a lot of talking, talking, talking and most the dialogues were provide by Ariel and Bolin. From what I know, Song Hye Kyo and Yoo Eun Hye is definitely can take the role (since I saw them in Full House and Coffee Prince that always bickering with their male lead). So, I'm not sure about Ha Ji Won. And for Male lead, I think Gong Yoo (from several of his dramas) and Eric (from his drama Que Sera Sera and Discovery of Romance) which those dramas full of heavy and long dialogues, could pull the male lead role easily.

Let's see..

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If it can´t be Gong Yoo, then he is really the only one I could see in that role.

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Oh man. I have nothing against him personally but I was getting all excited for a possible Ha Ji Won + Gong Yoo pairing. (Although, IDK why when no official news hinting to that possibility was ever released. Maybe I just got too carried away by everyone suggesting it.)

I haven't seen Nine. The only thing I've seen Lee Jin-wook in was INR2 and I found him sort of 'meh' in it. I want them to secure some other big name actors for the ITWY remake, someone HJW's age. Or if HJW doesn't sign on, they could get Jeon Ji Hyun to do it and I'd be fine, too.

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Jeon Ji Hyun already turned down the role. So that's not gonna happen.

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Loved the original so feeling a bit reserved about a remake. However, I could onboard with Lee Jin Wook taking the male lead.

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If he takes this, it would be kinda similar to his role in INR2. I was anticipa

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*anticipating him more on Hello Minster.

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may be he turn down hello monster because in his movie time renegade which haven't release yet he act as detective n his role in hello monster is criminal profilier, it's kind of similar role

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I was going to make the same comment.

Long time friends eventually bieng lovers.

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LOL that remake title. Wow. Stress it why don't you?
Anyway, Lee Jin Wook would have been good for Hello Monster, but In Time With You I can see too. He and Ha Ji Won would be interesting to watch.

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I wonder if Chunderella could be bumped up to his vacant spot? Should I be nervous or will Hello Monster be the new dark horse?

Somehow I'm still indifferent to 7000 Days even though it's friends to lovers. I prefer Lee Jin wook in not rom-com. I remain mostly unconvinced with his pairings in them or have other issues with the scripts. Oh well.

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I'm not sure I can handle the sparks of these two together. Dream pairing. YESSSS.

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i actually fall in love with him, when he is starring in I need romance 2012. He is such a nice roommate JungYuMi.

So im super excited about this!!!especially with Ha Ji Won. Oh moo.

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Oh please say yes to In Time With You Lee Jin-wook and with Ha Ji won possibly YES,YES,YES !!!
Loved him in I need romance 2012 too!!!
* starting to send prayers to the drama gods*

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Yes INR 2012 was my first series of him and jung Yumi and I fell in love w both of them. It's such a good drama I don't know why people didn't like it that much. Best INR of all 3 imo

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Why him? Meh... lost interest in the drama... He's alright but I cant never digest his character...

Ha Ji Won and Lee Jin Wook pair wont work... wtf. WHY NOT GIVE THE LEAD OFFER TO GONG YOO GODDAMNIT!

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Because he's filming a movie at the moment and isn't available until the end of summer.

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HELL YES!!

I did a little woop woop at this news. Please dramagods, make it happen!

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okay, that does it. i'm IN if lee jin wook is in!

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I am with Gong Yoo fans, he would be perfect for this role.

Jo In Sung would also look great with Ji Won, and it would be good to see them together again :)

But whoever they take, I will miss to see her with Ji Chang Wook, hahaha!! The Empress Ki couple is difficult to surpass.

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Only downside to this is that he wouldn't get a chance to use his greatest ability--his awesome onscreen kissing--since he's mostly doing the unrequited love thing. At least I can't remember a lot of kissing in the original. Hopefully I'm wrong on that!

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Hopefully, the plot can be modify a bit, so Lee Jin Wook can have kissing scene with Ha Ji Won and he can teach her a thing or two. :) Yup! love his capability regarding kissing scenes.

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I hope he kisses lots of Ms Wrongs on the way to HJW!

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Well, he would. The two leads both get to date other people during the course of the drama and then they get together and it's a party, hahaha.

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As I recall, he was just dating that one girl and was fairly disinterested in kissing her whereas she was really into him. Hopefully in this version the girl will be after him all the time--he'll have to give in at least sometimes, of course! I don't want to have to wait until the last episode!

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They did A LOT of kissing after they finally got together. Usually is the case for most dramas. So maybe in the last episode, like the Taiwanese version, that's what we'll get. Ariel actually kisses Bolin more than she did Sunny.

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i like lee jin wook enough for him to star opposite HJW. Yes, he indeed has something unique appeal or his own acting style that set apart him with other actors.I like and heartbroken so much during scene in NTT where he is surprised about the heroin already forgot all their romance memories but still keep his cool facade to hide his real emotion for the sake of heroin. Oh my god! I can already imagine lee jin wook as lin da ren!!

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If Ha Ji Won signs on, I will definitely watch it despite not being interested with the premise. I'm also fine with Lee Jin Wook pairing up with Ha Ji Won, I think they will look good together.

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I really did not like LJW in INR2 bu5 absolutely loved him in Nine and TTM. I think he would be a great pair with HJW so am in.

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I really liked INR2012 - while there were some weaknesses, overall, the it was very strong in the romcom dept. (and the fun moments w/ the friends) which for many romcoms, has been an issue (problem when a romcom doesn't have enough fun/humorous moments).

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LOVED In Time With You, I'm really looking forward to the remake!

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Ooh I think HJW + LJW would look great together. I like this pairing better than her with Gong Yoo.

I've only seen him in Nine and Three Musketeers, but he really had good chemistry with his leading ladies (more in 3M than Nine....but he had this one smoking hot kiss in Nine that just slayed me. LOL)

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You should watch I Need Romance 2012 (or maybe a YouTube compilation video)! Plenty of kisses that will slay you...

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gong yoo ftw! just because.

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I totally thought of Lee Jin-wook for this when I read about Ha Ji-won possibly being cast for this, but then remembered he was attached to another show, and now this might happen? Yes, please! I want to see him in another rom-com (I loved him in INR2012) and with Ha Ji-won, it would be twice the excitement!!

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And if he does do this show, I hope people won't be deterred because he's not a big-name actor. I actually love that he went and did three straight dramas with tvN to build up his resume and skills, so why shouldn't he be a lead on a network drama?

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Lee Jin Wook totally won me over when he starred in Nine. I will definitely check out whatever drama he decides to do next!

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yes yes yes yes please!!!

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I don't get why everybody talking about Gong Yoo...

I like Gong Yoo too.... but I think, Lee Jin Wok is better choice.

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Because Gong Yoo said he wanted to work Ha Ji Won.

I love GY as well but I'm super excited about LJW.

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Ah he rejected Hello Monster, I was kinda hoping he would take it because I think he suits that role. I wish he dropped In Time With You instead; I can't really see him in a rom-com and yes, I still prefer Gong Yoo for this kind of role.

But whatever his choice is, I hope it'll turn out great since Jinwook is not a bad actor

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it should be Gong Yoo! Gong Yoo!
Lee Jin Wook can be Ding Li Wei..

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whoever the male lead, i will support this drama if hajiwon in!! shes good in every genre

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As much as i love him he doesn't have Li Dae Ren feels for me , he has that masculine aura around him and Li Dae Ren had that boyish feels..

Gong Yoo please? T_T or Yun Kye Sang pretty please ? *_* ( he was directly on my mind since the remake was announced)

And i'm not that excited about Ha Ji Won either , never saw her as the feminin heroine she's the Badass one.

Maybe i'm baised since In Time with You is my favourite drama ..

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I love Jin-wook opar always. I even love his character in I need romance. Can't wait to see his new drama...

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yay for LJW. he's the best kisser in dramaland. look closely at his eyes when he smiles, its going to melt your heart. LJW, Fighting!!!!

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I like gong yoo to be li da ren, ii dunno they got some similarities :)

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Love love Lee Jin Wook & Ha Ji Won!! Perfect pairing for me:)) Lee Jin Wook, Hwaiting^_*:)

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