Rookie actor, Park Bo Gum, is considering about joining the upcoming Korean remake of “Nodame Cantible” as the role of Na Yoon Hoo.
On August 7, according to an official of Group 8, the producer of the Korean remake “Nodame Cantible,” they said, “We are coordinating Park Bo Gum’s appearance in the drama.”
Park Bo Gum debuted in 2011 through the film, “Blind,” played the younger of Lee Seo Jin in KBS 2TV’s weekend drama, “Wonderful Days,” and played the role of Soo Bong in the film, “Roaring Currents.” Many are wondering what kind of role he will be playing in “Nodame Cantible.”
Na Yoon Hoo, the character that Park Bo Gum was suggested to play, is a Korean-American that majored in cello. He has good looks and has gifted skills. Na Yoon Hoo is the music rival of Cha Yoo Jin, played by Joo Won. However, the character was created for the sake of the story and does not appear in the original story of “Nodame Cantible.”
Also, he builds a relationship with Oh So Ri, played by Shim Eun Kyung, and many are curious as to what kind of story Cha Yoo Jin, Oh So Ri and Na Yoon Hoo will have.
Meanwhile, “Nodame Cantible” takes place at a music university where the stories of the musicians’ dreams and love are told. Shim Eun Kyung, Joo Won, Bae Yoon Shik and Dohee of Tiny-G have been confirmed to appear.
The Korean remake of “Nodame Cantible” will air in October after KBS 2TV’s new Monday-Tuesday drama, “Discovery of Love.”