JTBC’s “Nevertheless” has shared a swoon-worthy sneak peek of its upcoming episode!
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Based on the webtoon of the same name, “Nevertheless” is a new romance drama starring Han So Hee as Yoo Na Bi, a woman who doesn’t believe in love but still wants to date, and Song Kang as Park Jae Uhn, a man who doesn’t want to date but still wants to have flings.
On the first episode of “Nevertheless,” Yoo Na Bi found herself drawn to the charming and popular Park Jae Uhn, who seemed impossible not to fall in love with. After crossing paths for the second time, the two students quickly became close, and the episode ended with the couple seemingly one second away from their first kiss.
In the drama’s upcoming second episode, Yoo Na Bi falls even further under Park Jae Uhn’s spell. Despite her growing feelings for him, Yoo Na Bi winds up pushing him away early on in the episode due to unexpected circumstances. As a result, Park Jae Uhn turns up the charm an extra notch to draw her in.
The newly released stills from the episode reveal just how much closer Yoo Na Bi and Park Jae Uhn have gotten. However, even as she gently touches his lips, Yoo Na Bi seems to be keeping her distance from Park Jae Uhn—until he tenderly pulls her in for a kiss. The conflicted look in Yoo Na Bi’s eyes as he leans in raises the question of how she will respond to his latest advances.
The producers of “Nevertheless” teased, “The reason that Park Jae Uhn is an ‘unattainable flower’ will be revealed [in the upcoming episode]. Please stay tuned to find out what decision Yoo Na Bi, who keeps falling harder and harder even though she knows he’s bad, will make.”
They added, “Yoo Na Bi’s relatable feelings, which reflect those of young people in love like a mirror, will inspire empathy.”
The next episode of “Nevertheless,” which is rated 19+, will air on June 26 at 11 p.m. KST.
In the meantime, watch Song Kang in “When the Devil Calls Your Name” with subtitles below!