New Netflix K-Drama ‘Nevertheless’ Set to Premiere on June 19th, 2021

Han So Hee and Song Kang are two of the busiest young Hallyu performers nowadays, as frequent K-drama watchers are aware. They’ve been scheduling dramas left and right for the past few years, and they’ve been working continuously. It’s no surprise, then, that these emerging stars were matched in the new romance series, Nevertheless.

Nevertheless is a new Netflix Original romance K-Drama series directed by Kim Ga Ram that will be released worldwide. The screenplay was written by screenwriter Jung Won, and the drama was produced by Studio N and JTBC Studios. Nevertheless will be the tenth worldwide Netflix Original from South Korea in 2021 when it debuts.

Nevertheless Plot and What Should We Expect

Nevertheless, like a lot of other shows these days, was adapted from a webtoon called I Know But. The drama centers on two 22-year-olds, Yoo Na Bi and Park Jae Uhn, and is billed as a “hyper-realistic romance.”

Park Jae Uhn is a joyful and attractive individual who never allows himself to form feelings for others. Yoo Na Bi, on the other hand, adores dating, but after a bad experience with her first love, she has lost faith in love and no longer believes in destiny. When Park Jae Uhn and Yoo Na Bi meet, though, they have a magical impact on one another, dismantling the boundaries that keep others out.

Song Kang should be familiar among Netflix subscribers by now. The young actor is one of South Korea’s most prominent leading men, having appeared in a number of Netflix Originals. Song Kang has appeared in the films Navillera, Sweet Home, and Love Alarm Seasons 1 and 2. While Han So Hee has been popular because of her role in The World of the Married.

On Saturday, June 19th, 2021, Netflix will release the first episode of Nevertheless. Despite this, the first season will have fewer episodes than intended, with a total of ten episodes. Every Saturday, only one episode will be released. Each episode has a 70-minute runtime.

Prior to the show’s Netflix premier, the upcoming K-Drama will be released on the South Korean cable network jTBC.

Are you excited about this new K-Drama? Let us know in the comments!

Written by Nicole Sael

A future educator and an anime enthusiast. Nicole enjoys cooking and baking in her free time. A rom-com freak.

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