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Im Siwan and Seolhyun have a good start in new romantic drama “Summer Strike”

Im Siwan and Seolhyun’s worlds are about to collide in “Summer Strike”!

Based on the popular online tool of the same name, “Summer Strike” is a new romantic drama about people who leave their busy city life to move to a small town and do nothing. Im Siwan will play Ahn Dae Bum, a shy math genius who now lives a quiet life as a village librarian, while Seolhyun will play Lee Yeo Reum, a burnt-out young professional who quits her job and goes to an unfamiliar village to find herself.

Spoilers

In the upcoming second episode “Summer Strike”, Lee Yeo Reum decides to settle down in the quiet coastal village of Angok. Newly released stills from the episode show Lee Yeo Reum appearing a bit nervous and awkward as she looks around the city for the first time. The backpacker also starts looking for a place to live, and someone shows her a potential new home.

While exploring the village, Lee Yeo Reum will also encounter an eventful first encounter with Ahn Dae Bum. In an intriguing photo from the upcoming episode of Ahn Dae Bum, he fell to the ground in front of the library and covers his face, hastily handing something to Lee Yeo Reum. A crowd of worried young children gather around Ahn Dae Bum and throw daggers at Lee Yeo Reum, asking what could have happened between the two main characters on their first meeting.

The producers of “Summer Strike” joked: “When Yeo Reum enters the village of Angok, the story of our drama will really begin. While episode 1 was realistic and relatable, a completely different, fun and refreshing episode awaits [in Episode 2]. From the eventful first day of Yeo Reum in Angok, there will be a unique variety of villagers, and she will also have her first encounter with Dae Bum that stems from a misunderstanding. Please wait for it.”

The second episode of “Summer Strike” will air on November 22 at 21:20 KST.

In the meantime, watch the first episode of the subtitled drama below!

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