Nevertheless Season 1 Release Date is inching closer as the month of June is looking great for all k-drama watchers. Directed by Kim Ga-Ram, Nevertheless is based on a popular webtoon named ‘Algoitjiman’ or ‘I Know But’. This webcomic first appeared back in 2018 on Naver Webtoon. This romantic drama is to be starred by well-known actors from the industry, Song Kang and Han So-hee. The story has been written by screenwriter Jung Won while Studio N and JTBC Studios have taken over its production. Moreover, with the release of the show, Nevertheless will become the tenth Internationally licensed Netflix Original series from South Korea in 2021. The production began back in March 2021, with the first script reading done on 5th March 2021.
Nevertheless is a k-drama that follows the lives of two 22-year-olds as they find each other in a hyperrealistic relationship. Park Jae-Eon is a university student that is doing his major in arts. He is a happy person who treats everyone nicely and cheerfully. But in terms of relationships, he is the biggest flirt and heartthrob who doesn’t think that relationships are worth the trouble. Unexpectedly, he meets a girl named Yoo Na-Bi, who is also an art student at the university. Yoo Na-Bi had her heart broken in her first love due to her ex-boyfriend’s unfaithful ways. Due to this, she is no longer swayed by the concept of love. Nevertheless, she still wants to date, and her encounter with Park Jae-Eon causes both of them to break down their barriers and shut others out.
Nevertheless Season 1 Release Date
‘Nevertheless’ Season 1 is set to premiere on 19th June 2021, on JTBC. The episodes will only later be added to Netflix, which may get delayed to 20th June 2021 in some countries. The first season of the show is set to have a total of 10 episodes. This is already fewer episodes than the typical 16 episodes of k-drama. And also, unlike other k-drama Nevertheless will only release one episode every Saturday rather than the typical way of releasing two episodes a week. Each of the episodes by Nevertheless is set to have a runtime of 70 minutes.
Nevertheless Season 1 Episode Schedule
While Nevertheless is set to premiere on both JTBC and Netflix on the same day, the episodes will come put earlier in JTBC. Here, we have the episode schedule for Nevertheless Season 1:
- Nevertheless Season 1 Episode 1: 19th June 2021 (JTBC Network)
Netflix Release Date 19th June 2021
- Nevertheless Season 1 Episode 2: 26th June 2021 (JTBC Network)
Netflix Release Date 26th June 2021
- Nevertheless Season 1 Episode 3: 3rd July 2021 (JTBC Network)
Netflix Release Date 3rd July 2021
- Nevertheless Season 1 Episode 4: 10th July 2021 (JTBC Network)
Netflix Release Date 10th July 2021
- Nevertheless Season 1 Episode 5: 17th July 2021 (JTBC Network)
Netflix Release Date 17th July 2021
- Nevertheless Season 1 Episode 6: 24th July 2021 (JTBC Network)
Netflix Release Date 24th July 2021
- Nevertheless Season 1 Episode 7: 31st July 2021 (JTBC Network)
Netflix Release Date 31st July 2021
- Nevertheless Season 1 Episode 8: 7th August 2021 (JTBC Network)
Netflix Release Date 7th August 2021
- Nevertheless Season 1 Episode 9: 14th August 2021 (JTBC Network)
Netflix Release Date 14th August 2021
- Nevertheless Season 1 Episode 10: 21st August 2021 (JTBC Network)
Netflix Release Date 21st August 2021
Who Will Be In The Cast Of Nevertheless?
The cast of Nevertheless is led by Han So-hee and Song Kang, who play the roles of the lead roles Yoo Na-Bi and Park Jae-Eon respectively. Song Kang has previously appeared on Love Alarm as well as Navillera. While Han So-hee has previously appeared in The World of the Married and Abyss. Then we have Chae Jong-Hyeop who plays the role of Na-Bi’s childhood friend, Yang Do-Hyeok. Meanwhile, Lee Yeol-Eum takes on the role of Park Jae-Eon’s middle school classmate and ex-girlfriend, Yoon Seol-ah. Then we have Na-bi’s best friend Oh Bit-Na played by Yang Hye-Ji. Other than these, other supporting cast members include Kim Min-Gwi as Nam Gyu-Hyun, Lee Ho-Jung as Yoon Sol, Yoon Seo-ah as Seo Ji-wan, and Jung Jae-Kwang as Ahn Kyung-Joon.