I Believe In A Thing Called Love: Byung-hun Lee To Produce And Star In Film Adaptation Of Maureen Goos’ Novel At Netflix

The Hollywood Reporter is exclusively reporting that Byung-hun Lee is set to produce and star in Netflix’s film adaptation of Maureen Goos’ novel I Believe In A Thing Called Love.

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The story follows Desi, an overachieving High School senior who decides to use the laws of K-drama romances to land herself a boyfriend.

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Byung-hun Lee (whose credits include Mr. Sunshine and Emergency Declaration) will be playing the role of Desi’s dad. Yulin Kuang will be adapting the novel.

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A-Major Media’s Mary Lee, who serves as producer on the project, released a statement saying:

Maurene found a way to tap into the fun world of K-dramas through the perspective of a girl who learns that life is something that you can’t control, and Yulin’s voice was perfect for the adaptation.

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Maureen Goos also released a statement saying:

I Believe in a Thing Called Love has found a home with Netflix! I’m so proud of my amazing team—Yulin, A-Major, and BH Entertainment—and it’s a thrill to finally share this exciting news.

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BH Entertainment’s Charles Pak will also serve as producer on the project, whilst Maureen Goos will serve as executive producer.