The Supporting Cast Shines in New Stills from Tomorrow’s Cantabile

Regardless of how the Korean version of Nodame Cantabile ends up, at least the early stills from the drama have been promising enough. I don’t have a problem with Joo Won or Shim Eun Kyung‘s sartorial styling or accuracy in mimicking a musical expert since I’m not particularly a stickler for those things. I do like that they seem to have visible chemistry with each other and the drama is trying to build in the original manga tone. A bunch of new supporting character stills have dropped for Tomorrow’s Cantabile and all of them are excellent. Veteran Baek Yoon Shik is captivating as Franz von Stressman with his smile and demeanor while Go Kyung Pyo is doing his darndest to be wild child violin prodigy Yoo Il Rak, the character brought to life memorably by Eita in the J-version. His hair is less gravity defying but he has the presence in the pictures. Check out all the new stills below and get ready for TC to arrive in T-minus 10 days.


The Supporting Cast Shines in New Stills from Tomorrow’s Cantabile — 7 Comments

  1. I am kind of anticipating it, haha 😀
    No but for real, I am relieved on the acting departement so it’s all cool but really for the chemistry, I just don’t feel it based on the trailers/teasers and God knows that one of the biggest reasons that I loved Nodame Cantabile is because Ueno and Tamaki had the most amazing one. Really, they were burning the screen together …
    We will see when it comes out anyway 😛

    • I totally agree xD The way he looked at her always had me squealing 😛 Especially during the Paris arc and the movies. Tamaki-kun really had brilliant presence as Chiaki, the very force and beauty of his conducting is awe-inspiring at times.

      • Totally agree with both of you about Tamaki! He was smashing as Chiaki and really made that character his own. I love his chemistry with Juri, it was off the charts!

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