Korean Drama Bubblegum Releases 8 Minute Preview

Bubblegum Korean Drama - Lee Dong Wook

Bubblegum has released an 8 minute preview ahead of its premiere next week, and we get a lot more in depth this time.  It still contains lots of cute and humorous moments, but we also introduce some more dramatic elements as we see our characters trying to cope with the difficulties in their lives.

I like the overall tone, and I am really hoping the drama delivers a nice balance of the rom/com and melodramatic moments.

Bubblegum is about a doctor named Park Ri Hwan (Lee Dong Wook) who puts the needs of others first including his mother and the heroine.  Kim Haeng Ah (Jung Ryeo Won) is our leading lady who is a radio DJ dealing with some painful emotions.  The two long time friends decide to give being a couple a chance which introduces a completely new dynamic to their relationship.

Preview: https://youtu.be/FyaMg9mqTNI

Bubblegum premieres October 26 on tvN.

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2 Responses to Korean Drama Bubblegum Releases 8 Minute Preview

  1. snow says:

    I never watch these long previews as they kill the enjoyment of watching the episode itself as they show a lot and hence, are very spoilery.
    Anyway, looking forward to this show so much 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

    • Kay says:

      I get that. They usually don’t spoil much for me. Although I have learned some Korean, it’s not near enough to understand the bulk of what’s going on without subtitles. So usually I just end up more curious, lol.

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