[articles][rumor] Word on the street: Rain could be in for an “Indian Summer.”

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Korea JoongAng Daily 4/22/2014 — by Jin EunSoo, contributing writer

Rain could be in for “Indian Summer”

Singer and actor Rain, whose real name is Jung Ji-hoon, is rumored to be joining the drama “Indian Summer” (working title), according to local media yesterday.

“Rain was recently offered a part in the drama, but nothing has been settled yet,” said his agency, Cube Entertainment.

“Indian Summer” is produced by Lee Hyung-min, who worked with Rain 11 years ago on the KBS drama “Sang-doo, Let’s Go to School!” The broadcaster for “Indian Summer” has not been decided yet.

The drama is said to be a tragic love story about wounded people from very different backgrounds.

Rain is currently in China to shoot Gao Xixi’s new film “Hong Yan Lu Shui,” which is scheduled to be released in Korea on Nov. 11.

“Indian Summer” is set to begin shooting in June.

Dramabeans 4/21/2014 — by girlfriday

Rain courted for dramaland comeback

Well this is happy news. Rain is considering a new drama for the fall, after a four-year hiatus from television since 2010′s Runaway: Plan B. It’s been nice to see him back on variety shows like Rain Effect and Running Man since completing army duty, but it’s far more exciting that he’s seriously considering a drama. The new series is called Indian Summer, named for the sudden heat wave that occurs in autumn….

» You can read girlfriday’s post in its entirety on Dramabeans HERE.


~ by Cloud USA on April 23, 2014.

One Response to “[articles][rumor] Word on the street: Rain could be in for an “Indian Summer.””

  1. I live in Texas, we have an “Indian Summer” every winter. LOL. All jokes aside, that’s great news. Although, I don’t look forward to a tragic love story. Too much tragedy in the news as of late. I want to see Bi in something upbeat. But hey, that’s just me…..I control nothing.



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