This new K-drama unravels a captivating tale of a mysterious romance, centering around Jun-hee (Jeon Yeo-been), the protagonist who is grappling with the loss of her boyfriend (Ahn Hyo-seop) a year ago. Transported back to 1998, she encounters Si-heon, an individual bearing an uncanny resemblance to her late love, and his friend In-gyu (Kang Hoon).
Netflix recently released the teaser poster and the trailer of “A Time Called You.”
The teaser poster captures the unforgettable, beautiful moment of the late love. It also piques the viewers’ interest as the two characters’ gazes subtly diverge. Above these two figures read the taglines: “I’ll know the moment I see you” and “I’ll go back and meet you.” The taglines may make the audience wonder: Are the characters in the same timeline? Or are they looking for each other from different temporal spaces?
The trailer, unveiled alongside the teaser poster, marks the beginning of the time-slip romance. Jun-hee, missing her late boyfriend who tragically passed away, plays a mysterious cassette tape that transports her to 1998. Waking up to find Si-heon who looks exactly like Yeon-jun, Jun-hee’s desperate wish to see him one last time had somewhat come true. All the while, the teaser offers a glimpse into the budding romance surrounding an enthralling love triangle as well as some mystery.
‘A Time Called You’ on Netflix: ‘worth the wait’
As the release date of “A Time Called You” approaches, the three stars of the time-slip romance urged the audience to stay tuned and look forward to the series.
“We all loved the script and enjoyed filming it. I’m sure you will find it just as captivating,” said Ahn Hyo Seop, expressing his confidence about the series.
Meanwhile, Jeon Yeo-been asked viewers to watch out for the release of the drama. “We will soon bring a very endearing and wonderful series that will be worth the wait, so please stay tuned,” she said.
For his part, Kang Hoon also shared his love for the series. “From spring to winter, we worked very hard and had a great time filming this series. Your love for ‘A Time Called You,’ Jung In-gyu, and me as an actor would mean the world to me,” he said.
A tender time-slip romance of people living across the different timelines of 1998 and 2023, “A Time Called You” will be released exclusively on Netflix on September 8.