Nonetheless, a JTBC college-set young love story showing internationally on Netflix doesn’t mince words. Yoon Na-bi, played by Han So-Hee, a breakout actress from The World of the Married, had a great sex life. She’s quiet and meek, and she dresses modestly, although she was having a sexual connection with an older artiste before the narrative began, and she spends an inordinate amount of the episode with classmate Park Jae-eon (Song Kang).
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Yoo Na-bi (Han So-Hee), a sculpting student at Hongseo University, attends a display of her current boyfriend’s work but is shocked to see that he’s created an erotic sculpture of a lady EnFuego as seen from behind. Her name is also engraved on the plaque. She learns at that moment that he’s been manipulating and dominating her the entire time, as well as spending time with some of his painting pupils. She ditches him while yelling “you asshole” over and again.
Na-bi appears to be over the split shortly after, but she has become jaded about love. Oh, Bit-Na (Yang Hye-Ji), her closest friend, urges her to go back out there, but she knows Na-bi isn’t the kind to use Tinder. She does, however, want Na-bi to join her and several of her younger classmates for a night of partying. One thing Bit-Na is unaware of is that Na-bi has already met someone.
Let’s fast forward to the night of the split. Na-bi is mistaken for a blind date by a gorgeous man. He decides to stay when she tells him differently. The attraction is both obvious and powerful. Given his fondness for butterflies, he even draws one on her arm (he has one tattooed on the back of his neck). They even get close to kissing in the alley. She’s all set to return to his house, but she’s put off when she hears him on the phone with someone she believes to be his girlfriend.
When she eventually accepts Bit-invitation Na’s to drink with the younger students, the two of them cross paths again. Park Jae-eon (Song Kang), a gifted junior sculptor, is eventually shown to her. He continues to be kind and charming at the bar, and the two of them reignite their connection when they go fetch ice cream for the group. He is, however, quite nice to the waitress, which perplexes her. However, things are moving slowly because of her hesitation to fall in love again and his flirty behavior.
Yet another K-drama that relies heavily on the chemistry between its two stars. A webtoon based on Jung Won’s script, the first episode of the series focuses on the “meet-cute” between Na-Bi and Jae-Eon, but it just hints at what’s to come, that the two of them have difficulties with romance and commitment.
As a result, this concert will have a large audience. It’s clear from Na-voice-over Bi’s that finding “the one” isn’t even on her mind after her art instructor lover left her. Jae-eon, on the other hand, is going to be a difficult nut to crack. Hopefully, the program will get more fascinating as their attraction increases and their problems get more difficult as a result.
This includes Na-school Bi’s pals. Once the primary protagonists have been back and forth for a while, viewers will need a break. Again, with K-dramas, this is not always the case. The supporting characters, on the other hand, appear to have been well-established in the first episode.