Jung Ji-woo is known for directing melodramas that are different than your average melodrama. His last two films, however, have been the excellent mystery/courtroom drama “Heart Blackened” and the swimming drama “4th Place”. He returns back to the romance and melodrama this year with his latest “Tune In for Love” (previously called “Yoo-Yeol’s Music Album).


In 1994, on the first day when Singer Yoo-Yeol becomes the DJ for radio program “Music Album,” Mi-soo meets Hyun-woo. Mi-soo works part-time at a bakery store and Hyun-woo happens to enter the store. Mi-soo falls in love with Hyun-woo at first sight and a romantic relationship eventually develops. An unexpected case takes place and the couple breaks up, but their relationship never ends.

For the film, Jung Ji-woo brings his “A Muse” actress Kim Go-eun on-board, along with actor Jung Hae-in, who is riding high after back-to-back success of his K-Dramas “Something in the Rain” and “One Spring Night”. Co-starring Jung Yoo-jin (“The Star Next Door”), Choi Joon-young (“Default“, “A Single Rider”) and Yoon Je-wook (“The Witness“), The film releases in August, 2019.