The series, consisting of twelve 40-minute episodes, stars Sung Hoon as Jin Wook and Song Ji Eun as Yoo Mi, “who – in a world of fleeting connections – begin their destiny with a brief but passionate romance. They meet again three years later, kicking off a rollercoaster of a relationship that will keep them on their toes as they fall in love.”
New episodes are scheduled to stream every Monday and Tuesday at 9 a.m. ET.
DramaFever launched in 2009 with one Korean drama series. The service now claims a library of more than 800 titles and 20,000 episodes curated from 70 broadcasters and studios throughout Asia, Europe and the Americas. Warner Bros., acquired DramaFever in 2016. Shows are subtitled in English, Spanish and Portuguese.
“Television production in Korea is consistently raising the bar and delivering stories that transcend country and language barriers,” said Suk Park, DramaFever president and co-founder. “We look forward to bringing our insight and expertise regarding both Korean drama formats and the US television market to this fast-growing genre to create significant and memorable content.”
You can watch for free with ads, or opt for a $4.99 per month commercial-free option. There’s also an $8.33 per month plan that allows offline viewing and throws in a free Roku stick, among other “exclusive member benefits.” You can also create a free account to save shows or connect via Facebook.
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