Disney has announced that a new Korean original drama series called, “Tell Me That You Love Me” is going to debut on November 27th 2023. The show will premiere on Disney+ in Japan and will also be available on Genie TV in Korea and the Korean channel ENA.
Disney has also confirmed that a new episode will be released every Monday and Tuesday throughout December on Disney+ in Canada, so expect to see this repeated in other countries like the UK and Australia. While no Hulu release date has been confirmed, most international shows are generally shared.
The Korean drama series is based on the Japanese series of the same name that originally debuted in 1995 on the Tokyo Broadcasting System.
“Tell Me That You Love Me” stars Jung Woo-sung (“A Moment to Remember”) and Shin Hyun-been (“Hospital Playlist”) in “Tell Me That You Love Me,” along with Etsushi Toyokawa and Takako Tokiwa.
The 16 episode show was was written by Kitagawa Eriko and tells the story a slow-burning tale of romance developing between an aspiring young actress and an up-and-coming painter who lost his sense of hearing.
This Korean adaptation is directed by Kim Yoon-jin (“Our Beloved Summer”) from an adapted screenplay by Kim Min-jung (“Love in the Moonlight”) with production by New Studio and Artist Studio.
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