Vanessa Maldonado, Mexico City|25 de febrero de 2016
Televisa presented in Mexico City its new telenovela Sueño de Amor, produced by Juan Osorio, which started on Monday 22 at 8:30pm on El Canal de las Estrellas in Mexico. The story, already sold to more than 80 countries, is shot in 4K format and is aimed at conquering international markets such as the Asian, where some scenes will be made (Korea).It is original content, a family proposal, aimed at integration, with important topics such as bullying, single mothers, diseases like diabetes, combined with love stories. The topics are very current, something that can be attractive for the audience. We are betting on international TV and are knocking on doors to enter the Asian market, explained Osorio.In the presence of the Korean ambassador, the producer announced that in May they will travel to that country with part of the cast to shoot some scenes.Meanwhile, the actress Betty Monroe, who interprets Esperanza Guerrero, in this project, her first in Televisa, assured that her character serves to dignify women and the efforts of a single mother. Sueño de Amor will have locations in Mexico, the US and Korea. It is an original idea by Alejandro Pohlenz and Juan Osorio, with a story developed by Pohlenz and Pablo Ferrer. Together with Betty Monroe, the following actors are also in the cast: Cristián de la Fuente, Julián Gil and Sabine Moussier.