The suspenseful thriller series “You are my spring” is based on a true story. It’s a story about three people whose lives have been shattered by their tragedies. He is Kang Da Jeong, a hotel manager who has a dark history.
Her father was an alcoholic and abusive. As a result of her mother’s plight, she and her children, Da Jeong and Tae Jeong flee. Da Jeong moves into her new apartment, but she is surprised to see police and patrol cars in the building she’s just moved into.
Her building was the scene of murder before her arrival. Psychiatrist Joo young believes the assassin is a psychopath and offers his opinion, predicting that the killer will strike again.
He also serves as a consultant for the police department. There’s a good chance that Joo Young will know Da Jeong’s past relationship experiences with drunkard men because she lives right below her in the same building.
Tae Joon, the CEO of an investment company, makes an appearance as a man who has been following Da Jeong since he first met her in the hotel. Da Young finally agrees to go on a date with him after much deliberation. Joo Young is suspicious of Tae Joon’s motives, and he warns him to stay away from Da Young. After analysing him, Joo Young deems him a sociopath.
Spring Season 2 Release Date
Season 2 of ‘You are my spring’ has not been renewed by TVN and Netflix. As a result, there is little hope of a follow-up to the series. The show has everything it needs in terms of popularity and interest, so there’s a chance Netflix will pick up the project and presto! A new season is possible, but at this point, it’s just speculation.
|You Are My Spring Season 1 Release Date||July 5, 2021|
|You Are My Spring Season 2 Release Date||Not Announced|
The show jumps around a lot in terms of genre. It begins as a suspense thriller but transforms into a love story that helps people heal. The characters are well-developed and have interesting backstories that can be identified with. There was a slew of them. Da Jeong has good chemistry with both of the male leads. The plot contains many amusing and sweet elements, some of which may even be cheesy, but each person’s interpretation will be different.
There are many positive aspects to this series, but it may not be for those who have been through better romances in the past. Many of the series’ wow elements are obscured by the series’ lengthy backstories, which may detract from the series’ overall appeal. Even though the show’s mystery portion is good, there is room for improvement, particularly in terms of better utilisation of available resources.
‘It’s okay to not be okay’ could have been a masterpiece like this series, but it’s unique in its way. If they could have slowed the story down a bit, this series would have been even more beloved. With that being said, the side characters’ interactions with each other are excellent, and they’re easy to understand. The show’s comedic elements are excellently performed and serve to raise the overall quality of the show. To sum it up, the show is excellent if you take your time and watch it gradually rather than in a hurry.
Spring Season 2 Cast
Seo Hyun Jin (Kang Da Jung)
Kim Dong Wook (Joo Young Do)
Yoon Park(Chae Jun/ Choi Jung Min)
Nam Gyu Ri (Ahn Ga Young)
Spring Season 2 Supporting role
Kim Ye Won (Park Eun Ha)
Han Min (Park Chul Do)
Kang Hoon (Kang Tae Jung)
Oh Hyun Kyung (Moon Mi Ran)
Yoon Sang Jung (Min Ah Ri)
Yun Ji On (Park Ho)
Ji Seung Hyun (Seo Ha Neul)
Kim Seo Kyung (Chun Seung Won)
Kim Myung Joon (Na Min Jae)
Hwan Seung Eon (Han Jin Ho)
Park Jeong Wook (Kim Jeong Bin)
Park Ye Ni (Heo Ya Kyung)
Kim Ri Woo (Choi Seung Joon)
Lee Hae Young (Ko Jin Bok)
Park Sang Nam (Patrick)
Park Ki Duk (Hwang Jae Shik)
Paul Battle (Dr Chris Bale).