KBS’ youth-romance drama “Dear. M,” starring NCT’s Jaehyun and Park Hae Soo, will reportedly broadcast in Japan this year.
Keep on reading for all the details.
NCT Jaehyun to Potentially Meet Japanese Viewers This Year
JTBC stated on March 24 that K-drama “Dear. M,” which is Jung Jaehyun’s acting debut, will possibly have its much-awaited release in Japan in the second half of 2022. Though there’s no confirmed date yet, viewers are enthusiastic about the potential release!
Originally, “Dear. M” was set to premiere on February 26, 2021, but was postponed after Park Hye Soo’s school bullying allegations made headlines on various online portals.
Broadcasting company KBS announced it would be difficult to air the series at that time due to Park Hye Soo’s controversy. Instead of “Dear. M,” webtoon-based drama “Imitation” was released first.
As of this writing, KBS has no confirmed announcement yet about the drama’s scheduled lineup.
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The production company is reported to release “Dear. M” first in Japan and not in Korea. In addition to JTBC’s report, the company in charge of distributing the drama is finally preparing for the drama’s broadcast in the said country.
What We Know So Far About ‘Dear. M’?
Campus romance drama “Dear. M” follows the story of an anonymous post shared on Seoyeon University’s online community about a mysterious person named M.
NCT’s Jaehyun takes the role of Cha Min Ho, a second-year computer engineering major and a straight A student. He is a college student who is easy-going, playful, and very understanding to anyone.
Park Hye Soo is Ma Joo Ah, a sophomore Business Administration student at Seoyeon University. She is kind and has a bright personality, but has no interest in a romantic relationship. She has been Cha Min Ho’s best friend for 12 years.
Noh Jung Eui will play Seo Ji Min’s character, an Economic second-year student and a member of the university’s cheering squad.
Bae Hyun Sung, on the other hand, takes the role of Park Ha Neul, an honorary ambassador of their school and enrolled in Business Administration along with Ma Joo Ah.
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Written by Shai Collins.