OTT platform Teabing’s original drama ‘Yumi’s Cells 2’ (played by Song Jae-jung, Kim Kyung-ran/directed by Lee Sang-yeop, Joo Sang-gyu) was released on the 10th.
The story of Yu-mi (Kim Go-eun) and the cells, who continue their daily lives after a breakup, resonated with them, and the change in their relationship with Bobby (Park Jin-young) stimulated excitement.
More than anything else, the still cute and delightful performances of the cells captured the hearts of the viewers. The second story, which came back with a more exciting charm, is pouring hot reactions.
‘Yumi’s Cells Season 2’ ranked first in the number of paid subscribers in the first week of release among TVing original dramas. This is a nearly four-fold increase compared to the first public release of Season 1, reflecting the fandom’s strong interest in ‘Yumi’s Cells Season 2’.
Proving its all-time popularity, it announced a smooth start.
On this day, Yumi, who broke up with Goo Woong (Ahn Bo-hyun), suffered a storm after the breakup. Despite a huge wave raging in Sepho Village, Yumi showed a different attitude than before.
‘Cool Farewell’ was very difficult, but the cells did their best to help Yumi regain her daily life without falling apart in front of her breakup.
Meanwhile, a new excitement came to Yumi. Bobby, who he thought was only her close colleague, showed her affection for Yumi.
Bobby was the only person who recognized Yumi’s heart, suffering from the aftermath of her breakup.
Bobby, who was always kind to Yumi, was definitely a good person. Cells also fell for Barbie’s charm. As the day went on, the number of cells joining the ‘Barbie small group’ was increasing. But the love cells were still in a coma. Thinking that her feelings for her Barbie were not her love, Yumi carefully rejected his heart.
‘Yumi’s Cells 2’ is released twice every Friday.
Also Known As: Yoo Mi’s Cells 2,Yoo Mi’s Cells Season 2,Yumi’s Cells Season 2,Yumieui Sepodeul 2 ,Yumieui Sepodeul Sijeun 2 ,유미의 세포들 시즌2
Screenwriter: Song Jae Jung, Kim Yoon Joo, Kim Kyung Ran
Director: Lee Sang Yeob
Genres: Comedy, Romance, Life