You Are My Spring Episode 18 is going to release soon. You can watch episode 18 and all other episodes of you are my spring on Netflix and tvN.
About You Are My Spring
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You Are My Spring is a 2021 South Korean television series directed by Jung Ji-Hyun and starring Seo Hyun-jin, Kim Dong-Wook, Yoon Park, and Nam Gyu-Ri. The series follows the three main characters who live with their respective ‘seven years of age in their hearts’. It premiered on tvN on July 5, 2021, and aired every Monday and Tuesday at 21:00 (KST) for 16 episodes. It is available worldwide for streaming on Netflix.
The series has three main characters, who live with their respective seven? years of age are caught up in the ‘keyword salvation’. They move to a building where somebody has been murdered.
Kang Da-Jeong (Seo Hyun-jin), a hotel concierge manager who treats a motel she stayed once, in Gangneung, her mental retreat. She moves to an old building for a fresh start. Joo Young-do (Kim Dong-Wook), a psychiatrist, who helps people live. Chae Joon (Yoon Park) is a CEO of an investment company who appears in front of Da-Jeong as if he had read her like an open book. Ahn Ga-Yeong (Nam Gyu-Ri) is an actress who is wary of love as she was used by her boyfriend.
You Are My Spring Episode 18 Release Date And Watch Online
You are my spring episode 18 is going to release soon. The genre of you are my spring is thriller mystery drama and romance. The people who love to watch this kind of genre would love to watch this series. You can watch episode 18 and all other episodes of you are my spring on Netflix. The original network of you are my spring is tvN. You are my spring is a very famous Korean drama series.
When Kang Da Jung finds a job at a five-star hotel, she rises to the manager position faster than any of her fellow employees who were hired at the same time as her. Her problem is that she takes after her mother’s poor choice of men and dates men who are terrible like her father. To know more watch the available episodes of you are my spring.
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