'Dear M': New Release date, time and how to watch NCT Jaehyun starrer K-drama
After a lot of chaotic delays, the Korean drama starring NCT Jaehyun is set to premiere internationally for fans
The time has finally come for NCT's Jaehyun to make his acting debut and it seems like his hard work will soon pay off. The K-pop idol made big news when he was announced to be the lead actor in the KBS K-drama ‘Dear.M’ (Dear M) which was slated to release in 2021. Just as the cast was done filming for the show, the female lead of 'Dear M', actress Park Hye-soo, was embroiled in a school bullying rumor. The scandal blew up and the release of the NCT Jaehyun-starrer K-drama was eventually halted.
Excited fans, who had already taken to the teasers, hoped for a quick resolution of the scandal but it looked like the show was boxed as the actress is yet to be proven innocent. Following this, Jaehyun bagged another K-drama role in the remake of the 2001 film ‘Bungee Jumping of Their Own’ but the maker of the original work backed out and the project had to be scrapped, and all hopes of fans to see the NCT member as an actor shattered. Now as Jaehyun is touring with his boy group NCT 127 in Japan, the show 'Dear M' has finally hit the screens internationally for fans who had been eagerly waiting for the show.
The Viki drama titled ‘Dear.M' also known as 'Dear M' has been released on June 29, 2022, with its first six episodes being released on the same day. The remaining six episodes will be released after a week. The NCT Jaehyun starrer K-drama has been released as of 12 pm KST (11 pm ET).
Number of episodes
'Dear M' will have a total of 12 episodes.
How to watch 'Dear M'?
The show ‘Dear M' will not be airing in Korea officially but will be released globally on the official platform Rakuten Viki in Japan as well as the rest of the world. The first two episodes of 'Dear.M' will be available for fans for free but other episodes can only be watched with a Viki Membership Pass that is priced at $4.99 (6,500 Korean won) per month.
'Dear M' is a college-based romance drama based on issues related to online community forums.
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大学のオンラインコミュニティを騒然とさせた投稿主“M”を巡って、恋愛模様の推理を繰り広げる青春ラブロマンス💗https://t.co/UOhszDLOgP#UNEXT #韓ドラ #JAEHYUN #DearM pic.twitter.com/fhheyIy0xM
According to Viki, Campus life at Seoyeon University has always been relatively peaceful, but when an anonymous post pops up on the school’s online community, the entire campus is flipped upside down. Posted by a mysterious individual, known only as “M”, the entire school is abuzz with curiosity and excitement. Determined to uncover the identity of the mysterious “M”, students all across the campus set out to uncover the truth. But the task will prove to be anything but easy.
A second-year student in the Business Administration Department, Ma Joo A (Park Hye Soo), has taken a keen interest in uncovering the identity of “M”. While she has no interest in pursuing either her own dreams or any sort of romantic relationship, she does have a strong desire to solve the school’s current mystery. Alongside her are Cha Min Ho (Jaehyun (NCT)), a second-year student in the Computer Science Department, and Joo A’s oldest friend. Together with Economics major, Seo Ji Min (Noh Jung Ui), and Business Administration major, Park Ha Neul (Bae Hyeon Seong), the four are determined to discover “M”’s true identity and bring an end to this mystery, once and for all.
As their journey towards the truth progresses, the four friends find themselves in an ever-changing tangle of morphing relationships and budding romances. With emotions high and hearts aflutter, uncovering the identity of “M” has never been more complicated. Will the friends be able to solve this mystery or will “M”’s true identity remain hidden forever?
Based on the web series 'Love Playlist', 'Dear.M' is a 2021 mystery romance drama directed by Park Jin Woo and Seo Joo Wan.
Watch the trailer here below:
Park Hye-soo as Ma Joo-ah
Jeong Jae-hyun aka NCT's Jaehuyun as Cha Min-ho
Roh Jeong-eui as Seo Ji-min
Bae Hyun-sung as Park Ha-neul
Lee Jin-hyuk as Gil Mok-jin
Woo Da-vi as Hwang Bo-young
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