Our Beloved Summer’s series finale has debuted on Netflix, but will the popular Korean drama return for season 2? With the release of “All of Us Are Dead” and the end of “Our Beloved Summer,” this week is a big one for Netflix users who enjoy Korean dramas.
The last series, Our Beloved Summer, has so far been the sleeper hit of 2022, being enjoyed by viewers worldwide for its endearing love story and approachable humor. Nevertheless, all good things must end, and episode 16 has now made it’s worldwide and SBS debuts in South Korea. Fans are now wondering whether or not Our Beloved Summer will return for season 2 as they look to the future.
Is our Beloved Summer Season 2 Cancelled Or Renewed?
Kim Da-Mi and Choi Woo-Sik co-star in the lead parts of the lovely little romantic K-drama Our Beloved Summer. Despite being an SBS Original, this is also available on Netflix.
The show’s great success necessitated the creation of a webtoon version. The characters’ senior year of high school serves as the setting for this Genesis story. As a result of the show’s current ratings success, a second season is not out of the question. If the designers confirm it soon, we may expect the second edition to take a few months to prepare before publishing it. Season 2 of ‘Our Beloved Summer’ will not air until 2023.
What’s the first season of Our Beloved Summer about?
The romance drama Our Beloved Summer is lively and well-written. Yeon-Su and Choi-ung, two characters with a genuine love/hate connection at school, are essential to the story’s resolution. After co-producing a documentary, their small argument quickly develops into a friendship and a relationship.
The two haven’t spoken to one another since high school due to a nasty breakup. The two are again thrown into each other’s lives as we move forward to the present. Will their romantic sentiments resurface?
Has Our Beloved Summer received a second-season renewal?
As of this writing, SBS has not picked up Our Beloved Summer for a second season. Given the solid ratings throughout the weeks, it will be fascinating to see whether they will renew this for a follow-up.
The ratings started with a solid 3.2% across the country and have been slowly rising, reaching peaks of 5.2% on episode 12. That’s impressive, considering this is an early-week drama.
This suggests that Our Beloved Summer might get a second chance. Our Beloved Summer won’t be revived, though, as most Korean dramas finish their plots in a single season. As new information becomes available, we’ll update this area accordingly.
What Date Could the Release of Our Favorite Summer Season 2 Be?
There is no known release date for Our Beloved Summer on SBS or Netflix because the season 2 order has not been formally confirmed. However, based on the production timeline from the recently finished first season, we might speculate about the possibility of Our Beloved Summer returning.
The series’ first cast members were revealed in March 2021, and production is said to have started in July of that same year. The show took about 11–14 months to make, given that the series premiered in December and the script was written between three and five months earlier.
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Our Beloved Summer may return as early as December 2022 if season 2 follows a similar production schedule, taking into account the extra time required to develop an original plot.
But again, all of this depends on the second season’s production getting approved, which seems improbable right now. As soon as new details about the second season of Our Beloved Summer are released, this article will be updated.
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Although the couple is ready to begin filming their final documentary while still married, the finale offers a potentially enticing teaser. Could this serve as the beginning of a second season?
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