Now we are breaking up Season 1 Episode 9 is scheduled to release on December 10, 2021. Fans are excited about the show.
This is a romantic series that deals with love, relationship and break up. It is written by Je In and directed by Lee Gil Bok. Samhwa Networks and United Artists Agency are producing the show. Song Hyekyo and Jang Kiyong are featured as the main cast.
The show premiered on November 12, 2021 and it has received a great viewer’s rating since then.
Plot of Now We Are Breaking Up
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The story is about love and romance but it also shows the sad part of a relationship that is breaking up. Ha Young Eun is the team leader of the design department of a top fashion company called, “The One”. She’s stable in her career, latest in trends and passionate about her work. At 38 years old, she has succeeded well in the fashion industry and she’s satisfied with her life.
However, her success doesn’t extend to relationships as she’s uninterested in love. She doesn’t prioritise love and relationships but when she meets Yoon Jae Gook her life takes a turn. Yoon is a handsome and rich freelance fashion photographer. Young Eun is unable to resist him but fate also seems to pull them together.
They come across each other during one-night stands and they end up falling for each other. The cold-hearted Young Eun and charismatic Yoon have many fateful encounters. They develop a strong connection but we are yet to see if they’ll be able to withstand every obstacle of a relationship.
Now We Break Up Episode 9: Release Date
This season has 16 episodes in total. They are aired on Fridays and Saturdays. Episode 9 will be released on December 10, 2021.
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The show can be officially watched on ViuTv and Viki Rakuten. It’s also available on SBS Network.
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