Kim Rae-won just wrapped up his army comeback drama, Thousand Day Promise, and now he’s heading to the big screen to make his movie comeback as well. He’s signed on to Dream, a “human drama” wherein he plays a 30-something musical director for musical productions, who was born blind.

The plot unfolds around a musical project that’ll pick its lead through a competitive-reality audition process, and Kim Rae-won’s character serves as a mentor to one of the entrants. He picks that person via a blind test based solely on the merit of a song entry, who turns out to be a half-Filipino, half-Korean young man with a passion for music and a complex about his mixed blood. At first the mentor intends to use the young man as a tool, but ends up developing a warm bond with him.

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