A Time Called You is a remake time-slip romance drama of a beloved Taiwanese classic titled Someday or One Day, which recorded 1 billion cumulative views. The Netflix K Drama revolves around a woman named Han Jun-hee who meets her boyfriend in a past life after he passes away.
While the story has been weaved interestingly throughout the episodes, the ending has left audiences wanting for more.
Directed by Kim Jin-won, the Korean romance drama sci-fi series stars Jeon Yeo-been, Ahn Hyo-seop, Kang Hoon, Lee Min-goo, Kim Yi-Kyung, Min Jin-Woong, Harrison Xu and many others. The series ends on a sad note as Min Joo contemplates a heartbreaking decision to end her own life. The scene is an intensely emotional moment in the series and has the audience holding their breaths.
The final episode catapults audiences into the gripping climax of the story as it starts with Min Joo returning to her own body. She did this only to notice that people treated her differently due to Jun-hee’s presence. Min Joo ends her own life, which is one of the saddest moments in the series.
After that, In-gyu senses that something is amiss and rushes to the rescue as he discovers Min Joo on the rooftop, engaged in a conversation with Jun-hee. However, Min Joo’s sense of entrapment and loneliness drives her to a devastating choice as she jumps from the rooftop, leaving everyone in shock.
The time-travel mystery romance has hooked the audiences ever since its release. However, A Time Called You has 12 episodes showing the story of a woman named Jun Hee, played by Jeon Yeo Been, who is grieving the loss of her boyfriend from a year ago.
With the first season ending, many are speculating a second season, but the makers have not officially commented upon the situation.
“A grieving woman magically travels through time to 1998, where she meets a man with an uncanny resemblance to her late love,” says the official description of the show. In simple words, Jun Hee has been mourning the death of her boyfriend for over a year when she suddenly finds herself transported back in time into the body of a teenager with a boy by her side who looks like her deceased boyfriend’s younger version.
The complicated sci-fi drama has many past links to navigate, including a heavy dose of mystery.
The remake of a Taiwanese classic drama titled Someday or One Day is also similar to See You In My 19th Life on an unrelated note. However, all 12 episodes of A Time Called You are available to stream on Netflix.
The streaming giant has secured the rights to bring the fascinating South Korean sci-fi series to global audiences, ensuring that audiences worldwide can immerse themselves in the story and stellar performances.
A Time Called You is available on Netflix.
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