JTBC‘s Nevertheless has had its share of headline-making news during its broadcast. The two actors, Han So Hee and Song Kang‘s chemistry alone has been keeping the hype of the K-Drama at an all-time high, but it looks like that might not be enough anymore.
Korean netizens have begun to share their disappointment with the ongoing “boring” plot that Nevertheless has reportedly been showing as the episodes continue to be released. Episode 7 was released on July 31 and this particular episode seemed to have especially disappointed Korean viewers, as they shared their thoughts on the story line.
The episode revealed Yang Do Hyuk’s (played by Chae Jong Hyup) true feelings towards Yoo Na Bi, (played by Han So Hee) as he shared with the female protagonist that he liked her. However, in the midst of Yang Do Hyuk’s confession, Na Bi couldn’t help but express her concern regarding Park Jae Eon, (played by Song Kang) showing her complicated thought process.
It was this very scene where Na Bi juggled the two main male characters that Korean netizens began to express their disappointment with the series. Netizens began alleging that Na Bi’s thoughts were on the verge of cheating, and that the entire plot is “boring.”
- “Na Bi and Park Jae Eon are the same. It’s not fun.”
- “Honestly, isn’t everyone just watching this for Song Kang and Han So Hee ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ.”
- “It seems like potato boy (Yang Do Hyuk) was only there for the photos in the 7th episode. It’s ridiculous ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ”
- “The first episode was the best. I don’t know if it’s because the ending is so obvious or because the potato boy is so pitiful. Yoo Na Bi and Park Jae Eon piss me off. It’s really freaking boring….I don’t think I can watch because potato boy is so pitiful. I’m so pissed at Yoo Na Bi and Park Jae Eon.”
- “It’s only because it’s Song Kang and Han So Hee. I have no interest in the webtoon itself.”
- “The drama version is not that good…the webtoon is way better.”
Nevertheless has 3 more episodes left in the series, with the last episode premiering on August 21, 2021 on Netflix. Will you be tuning in?