Korean Version of “Nodame Cantabile” Changes Name to “Tomorrow Cantabile”

The Korean remake of Japanese hit series “Nodame Cantabile” has changed its name to “Tomorrow Cantabile.”

The production company officially announced on August 18 that the new title has been finalized. In addition, the name of main character Nodame has been changed to Seol Nae Il (Shim Eun Kyung). The title of the drama derives from the female lead’s name, as “Nae Il” means “tomorrow” in Korean.

As Seol Nae Il discovers her love for music through meeting the male lead Cha Yoo Jin (Joo Won), the symbolic new name represents her quirky personality and the beginning of a new chapter in her life.

Starring Joo Won, Shim Eun Kyung, Go Kyung Pyo, and Park Bo Gum, “Tomorrow Cantabile” follows the lives of young and passionate musicians, all hoping to fulfill their dream and become successful artists in the field of classical music.

The drama will premiere in mid-October on KBS2.