Hwang sun oh

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‘Let’s go together.’

‘Where should we go first?’

Jo-jo felt herself smile. She couldn’t ever tell him, but Sun-oh was really cute. She imagined him ignoring everyone around him as he sat at his desk in a different classroom and texted her. She tugged on her lower lip and looked up, but her attention was pulled back to the screen when another message from him appeared.

‘And here’s a gift for you’

She raised her eyebrows, curious as to what he meant. When the next picture came in, her jaw tilted open. Surprised, she looked away and pressed the screen of the phone against her abdomen to hide it. She made sure the students around her were all still focusing on their textbooks and paying her no attention. The coast was clear. She took a couple of shallow breaths and slowly tilted the phone back down.

The picture looked like the kind Sun-oh must have taken that morning while getting ready. It was a mirror picture with one hand holding his phone and the other in his hair and… He wasn’t wearing a shirt.

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Love Alarm

Not to be confused with Love Alert.

2019–2021 South Korean web television series

Love Alarm (Korean: 좋아하면 울리는; RR: Joh-ahamyeon ullineun) is a South Koreanstreaming television series starring Kim So-hyun, Jung Ga-ram and Song Kang. Based on the Daum webtoon of the same name by Chon Kye-young, it follows the life of a high school girl in a society greatly influenced by a mobile app capable of notifying whether someone within their vicinity has romantic feelings for them.

Love Alarm is the first Korean series confirmed for pick-up by Netflix.[a] The first season of the series premiered on Netflix on August 22, 2019. It was ranked as one of Netflix's top releases and was renewed for a second season in October 2019; season 2 was released on March 12, 2021.[1]


Love Alarm revolves around the story of a technology that enables users to discover love through an application which notifies users when someone within 10 meters has romantic feelings for them.



  • Kim So-hyun as Kim Jo-jo, a beautiful and hardworking high school student who is bright and cheerful despite her family's painful history.[2]
  • Jung Ga-ram as Lee Hye-young, a hardworking high school student who also likes Jo-jo and is the childhood friend of Sun-Oh. He is the only child of a domestic helper working at Sun-oh's house.
  • Song Kang as Hwang Sun-oh, a handsome model and high school student who grew up as an only child in a rich, but uncaring family with lots of problems. He falls in love with Kim Jo-jo.[3]


  • Go Min-si as Park Gul-mi, Jo-jo's selfish, egotistic cousin. She is a popular girl at school who likes Sun-oh but is asked out by Cheon Duk-gu developing hatred for him.[4]
  • Lee Jae-eung as Cheon Duk-gu, developer of the Love Alarm application.[5]
  • Song Seon-mi as Jeong Mi-mi, a popular actress who has a distant relationship with her son Sun-oh.
  • Shim Yi-young as Baek Kyung-hee, Hye-young's loving and caring mother.[6]
  • Kim Young-pil as Hwang Jae-chul
  • Park Sung-yeon as Jojo's aunt and Gul-mi's mother.
  • Yoon Na-moo as Kim Min-jae
  • Shin Seung-ho as Jang Il-sik, a vibrant judo student and Jo-jo's ex-boyfriend.[7]
  • Ji Hye-ra as Kim Jang-go, Jo-jo's best friend. She secretly likes Il-sik. She and Jo-jo eventually drift apart.
  • Kim Ye-ji as Sung Ji-yeon
  • Kim Young-ok as Jo-jo's grandmother.
  • Choi Joo-won as Choi Joo-won, Sun-oh's playful and energetic high school classmate.[6]
  • Yeom Ji-young as Jo-jo's mother.
  • Song Geon-hee as Marx, a popular idol star.[8]
  • Kim Si-eun as Lee Yuk-jo, Sun-Oh's new girlfriend.
  • Jo Yoo-jung as Mon Sun, Jo-jo's wedding hall co-worker.
  • Bae Da-bin as Lee Wei-ju, Jo-jo's best friend[9]
  • Bigman as OST Singer (Cameo; Season 1 episode 5)
  • Ki Do-hoon as Brian Cheon, developer of Love Alarm (Season 2) [10]
  • Yoon Dong-hwan as Lee Gang-rae, Hye-young's father who was incarcerated behind bars (presumably life imprisonment) for murder and currently pending a review for parole. (Cameo; Season 2 episode 2)[11]


Series overview[edit]

Season 1 (2019)[edit]

Season 2 (2021)[edit]


In January 2017, Netflix collaborated with Hidden Sequence to produce their first South Korean original series for the platform based on the eponymous Daum webtoon by Chon Kye-young.[13] The series was planned to be released in 2018 but the premiere date was postponed to 2019 because of the delay in production for internal reasons, as reported by Korea JoongAng Daily.[14] On September 4, 2018, Netflix announced that Love Alarm would now be produced by Studio Dragon, with Lee Ah-youn and Seo Bo-ra (Coffee, Do Me a Favor) writing the screenplay and Lee Na-jeong (Fight for My Way) directing.[15]Kim So-hyun, Jung Ga-ram and Song Kang were cast for main roles; Song Kang was selected through audition competing with 900 people.[16] First season with eight episodes was released on August 22, 2019.[17]

In October 2019, Love Alarm was renewed for a second follow-up season.[18] The first script reading for season 2 took place on February 21, 2020.[19] On February 14, 2021, Netflix announced that season 2 would be released on March 12, 2021 and it would be written by Cha Yeon-soo and Kim Seo-hee, with Kim Jin-woo (Suits) directing and Ryu Bo-ra (Snowy Road, Secret Love) participating as script producer.[20]Production H, which already collaborated with Studio Dragon in 2018 to produce Life on Mars, joined as a co-producer for the second season.


Love Alarm
(Original Soundtrack)
ReleasedSeptember 6, 2019

The soundtrack of Love Alarm includes seven songs and fourteen musical scores; it was released through several music portals on September 6, 2019.[21] Vocals were performed by Tearliner, Klang and Hodge.[22][23]

Instead of Studio Dragon's sister company Stone Music Entertainment (which had the distribution rights to soundtracks of most Studio Dragon-produced dramas), indie music distributor Biscuit Sound handled the distribution rights for the soundtrack.

1."Love Alarm" (feat. Taru [ko])Tearliner [ko]1:46
2."In My Dreams" (feat. Love X Stereo)Tearliner4:05
3."Falling Again"Klang4:12
4."A Man for All Seasons" (feat. Zitten [ko])Tearliner3:44
5."In My Little Mind"Hodge4:26
6."Blooming Story" (feat. Jo Hae-jin)Tearliner2:44
7."In My Dreams (Acoustic Ver.)" (feat. Love X Stereo)Tearliner4:07
Total length:25:04
1."Morning Alarm"Tearliner1:12
2."Raindrop"Kim Wanjung2:06
4."I Won't Heartbreaken"
  • Lee Kwanghee
  • Seo Hyun Il
  • Min Jiyoung
5."We Finally"Tearliner1:38
  • Lee Kwanghee
  • Seo Hyun Il
  • Min Jiyoung
7."Dawn Whisper"Tearliner1:39
8."Two Hearts"
  • Lee Kwanghee
  • Seo Hyun Il
  • Min Jiyoung
9."Miss September"Tearliner1:23
10."At the Bus Stop"
  • Lee Kwanghee
  • Seo Hyun Il
  • Min Jiyoung
  • Lee Kwanghee
  • Seo Hyun Il
  • Min Jiyoung
14."Voice"Sentimental Scenery2:09
Total length:39:07


Love Alarm held an interactive experience zone from August 18 to September 1, 2019 at Lotte World Tower World Park Square. Each space was decorated as if the app function in the drama is visualized in reality and gave a romantic experience to lovers, friends, and family who visited the place.[24] Also, an app that looks like the one in the series (but works differently) was released for the promotional events.[25][26]


Season 1[edit]

On December 30, 2019, Netflix unveiled the 10 most loved shows in South Korea in 2019, in which the series was ranked eighth.[27]Forbes's Joan MacDonald said that Love Alarm gives the familiar romance drama "a fresh twist" by introducing a mobile app and found that "Kim So-hyun is well cast as Jo-jo".[28] Maggie Adan of Cosmopolitan Philippines wrote that she "initially found the motivations of the characters a little irrational and [shallow] ... but afterlooking back on [her] teenage years and recalling that [she] was prone to blowing things out of proportion and being melodramatic about love and relationships at that age, too, [she] realised that the show is actually more truthful than [she] give it credit for ... it just doesn't resonate with [her] anymore"[29] Stephen McCarty from the South China Morning Post opined that "Love Alarm is not only an innocent love story but also deals with data protection, gay rights, the extreme consequences of heartache, and smartphone invasion."[30]

Cinema Escapist's Richard Yu commends Love Alarm for being a social commentary on the negative influence of social media in today's society.[31] He posits:

...you’re probably thinking that Love Alarm is just a mediocre boilerplate high school drama—and on the surface, you’d be right. But once you peel back the layers of abstraction and inspect the story’s elements, you’ll find that Love Alarm is more like Black Mirror than High School Musical ... Love Alarm brings to light the dark side of social media: whether it’s self-esteem issues, or how social media makes our relationships more superficial ... While Love Alarm comes up short in plot, it shines in social commentary that’s increasingly necessary as we realize social media damages both our individual mental health and society’s collective mental health .... The series is a bit of a Trojan horse for unassuming teen audiences: they might be drawn in by the Cinderella-like love story, but end up learning a lesson about the ills of social media addiction.[31]

Season 2[edit]

Season 2 of Love Alarm primarily received negative to mixed reviews from the critics. Pierce Conran of South China Morning Post gave a rating of 2 out of 5 and said, "There is even less meat to the story than first time around, and some jarring secondary plot lines that try to mix in social commentary are distracting."[32] Greg Wheeler of The Review Geek gave a rating of 5 out of 10 and said, "Ultimately though Love Alarm serves up a lukewarm offering that's going to feel colder for fans expecting a red-hot follow-up to what's come before. If you can go in with no expectations, Love Alarm certainly has enough to enjoy, but there's equally nothing here that really stands out. This follow-up uses all the K-drama tricks in the book and does so with very little aplomb. This is one alarm that's very unlikely to ring for a third season."[33]

Awards and nominations[edit]


  1. ^Although Love Alarm was confirmed first for the pick-up but Kingdom was streamed first on the service.


  1. ^"Netflix Sets Release Date For 'Love Alarm' Season 2". News18. February 15, 2021. Retrieved February 15, 2021.
  2. ^"김소현, 넷플릭스 '좋아하면 울리는' 출연 확정 [공식입장]". TV Report (in Korean). October 18, 2018.
  3. ^"[단독] 송강, '좋아하면 울리는' 남주인공 낙점...김소현과 호흡". YTN (in Korean). September 17, 2018.
  4. ^"[공식입장] 고민시, 넷플릭스 '좋아하면 울리는' 출연…악역 변신". XSportsNews (in Korean). December 26, 2018.
  5. ^"배우 이재응, 넷플릭스 오리지널 시리즈 '좋아하면 울리는' 캐스팅". The Web Daily (in Korean). January 14, 2019.
  6. ^ ab"신예 최주원, 김소현 주연 '좋아하면 울리는' 캐스팅". SportsSeoul (in Korean). February 8, 2019.
  7. ^"[공식]신예 신승호 '좋아하면 울리는' 캐스팅…"김소현과 호흡"". Sports Chosun (in Korean). December 24, 2018.
  8. ^"'SKY캐슬' 송건희, 넷플릭스 '좋아하면 울리는' 캐스팅 [공식]". TvReport (in Korean). February 11, 2019.
  9. ^Hwang Soo-young (March 5, 2021). "배다빈, '좋알람2' 캐스팅…김소현과 절친 케미" [Bae Dabin casts 'Good Alarm 2'... Kim So-hyun and Best Friend Chemie]. Daily Sports (in Korean). Naver. Retrieved March 7, 2021.
  10. ^"기도훈 캐스팅, '좋아하면 울리는' 속 개발자 브라이언 천 役". MBN (in Korean). March 4, 2021.
  11. ^"Love Alarm season 2, episode 2 recap – the characters are feeling empty". Ready Steady Cut. 12 March 2021. Retrieved 15 March 2021.
  12. ^"(Yonhap Interview) Star cartoonist Chon Kye-young comes back with Netflix drama". Yonhap News Agency. September 11, 2019. Retrieved February 24, 2021.
  13. ^Park, Si-soo (January 5, 2017). "Netflix to make its first Korean original series 'Love Alarm'". The Korea Times. Retrieved August 25, 2019.
  14. ^Jin, Min-ji (September 5, 2018). "Netflix adaptation of 'Love Alarm' gets rolling". Korea JoongAng Daily. Retrieved January 22, 2019.
  15. ^"Netflix to bring romance series Love Alarm". Netflix Media Centre. September 4, 2018. Retrieved February 24, 2021.
  16. ^Kim, Hyeon-rok (August 20, 2019). "'좋아하면 울리는' 송강 "900대1 뚫었다? 후회없이 오디션"". SpoTvNews (in Korean). Retrieved August 25, 2019.
  17. ^Lee, Jae-lim (August 21, 2019). "With 'Love Alarm,' finding love is supposed to be easy". Korea JoongAng Daily. Retrieved August 23, 2019.
  18. ^"Netflix sets release date for Love Alarm season 2". Outlook. February 14, 2021. Retrieved February 24, 2021.
  19. ^Ham, Nayan (February 24, 2020). "'좋아하면 울리는2' 김소현→송강, 대본 리딩 현장 공개…시즌2 첫걸음". Sports Donga (in Korean). Retrieved February 25, 2019 – via Naver.
  20. ^"Netflix Original Series 'Love Alarm S2' Confirmed for March 12 Release". Netflix Media Centre. February 14, 2021. Retrieved February 24, 2021.
  21. ^Lee, Hyun-jin (September 6, 2019). "'좋아하면 울리는' OST 앨범 발매...'커피프린스 1호점' 음악감독 참여". HeraldPop (in Korean). Retrieved September 6, 2019.
  22. ^"[OST] 좋아하면 울리는 OST". Melon (in Korean). September 6, 2019. Retrieved September 7, 2019.
  23. ^"Love Alarm (Original Soundtrack) by Various Artists". Apple Music. September 6, 2019. Retrieved September 7, 2019.
  24. ^Kim, Yu-jin (August 19, 2019). "'좋아하면 울리는', 설렘 체험존 '좋아하면 울리는, 늦여름' 오픈". XSportsNews (in Korean). Retrieved August 25, 2019 – via Naver.
  25. ^"LoveAlarm - 좋아하면 울리는 공식앱". Play Store.
  26. ^Justin (August 22, 2019). "Love Alarm: 7 Fun Facts About Netflix's New Kdrama Series". Hype. Retrieved August 27, 2019.
  27. ^Jo, Kyung-hwa (December 30, 2018). [10 most loved Netflix works in Korea in 2019] (in Korean). Financial News. Retrieved January 3, 2020.
  28. ^Joan MacDonald (August 22, 2019). "K-drama 'Love Alarm' Asks If A Love App Would Make Love Easier". Forbes. Retrieved October 8, 2019.
  29. ^Maggie Adan (August 30, 2019). "An Honest Review Of 'Love Alarm'". Cosmopolitan Philippines. Retrieved September 7, 2019.
  30. ^Stephen McCarty (September 8, 2019). "Netflix's Love Alarm – a sweet, starry-eyed romantic drama from South Korea". South China Morning Post. Retrieved October 8, 2019.
  31. ^ abYu, Richard (August 27, 2019). "Review: "Love Alarm" Is a Reminder of How Social Media Harms Teenagers". Cinema Escapist. Archived from the original on February 15, 2021. Retrieved February 15, 2021.
  32. ^Conran, Pierce (March 15, 2021). "K-drama review: Love Alarm season two – Netflix fantasy romance drama rings false". South China Morning Post. Retrieved June 19, 2021.
  33. ^Wheeler, Greg (March 12, 2021). "Love Alarm – Full Season 2 Review". The Review Geek. Retrieved June 19, 2021.
  34. ^"(Program) SDA 2021 Outstanding Korean Drama". Pikkle. Retrieved August 20, 2021.
  35. ^Lee, Han-lim (August 20, 2021). [Seoul Drama Awards 2021', online voting for Hallyu Drama Awards] (in Korean). The Fact. Retrieved August 20, 2021 – via Naver.
  36. ^"(Actress) Outstanding Korean Drama Global Vote". Pikkle. Retrieved August 20, 2021.
  37. ^"(OST) SDA 2021 Outstanding Korean Drama". Pikkle. Retrieved August 20, 2021.

External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Love_Alarm
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Sun-oh is ‘Love Alarm’ season 2’s villain and that’s not a bad thing

Note: This article contains spoilers.

Hwang Sun-oh is the archetypal K-drama rom-com lead: spoiled, ill-mannered, charming-when-they-want-to-be and head over heels for a nice, unassuming girl with a tragic backstory. If you’re wondering what “Love Alarm’s” second season brings to the table, it’s how the show turned this stereotype on its head.

When I first heard about “Love Alarm’s” return, I wondered whether its story was something that still fit our 2021 sensibilities and whether it would be able to compete with South Korean shows. Last year’s top K-dramas were a mixed bag with narratives that had us on the edge of our seats. I’m a Song Kang fan but Sun-oh, an affluent model who seems hell-bent on stealing his (former?) best friend’s girlfriend, made questionable decisions that made it hard to root for him. 

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I thought that the not-so-macho jerk archetype Kang played was a dying breed (perhaps due in part to its poster boy Lee Min-ho semi-retiring from this type of role), but maybe it’s too early to call it considering there’s a “Princess Hours” reboot in the works. As long as there are leading men still dragging their love interests by the wrist and kissing them without (even implied) consent, the trope still lives.  

In the first season of the show, it seemed that “Love Alarm’s” checked all the boxes of a trope-riddled narrative. Kim Jojo (Kim So-hyun) is a shy, orphaned girl who works part-time and is loathed by her relatives who take her in. Things seemingly start looking up for her when neglected, back-from-the-US rich boy Sun-oh (aggressively) pursues her. But it’s a little complicated because his kind-hearted martyr (like a lot of second leads) childhood bestie Lee Hye-yeong (Jung Ga-ram) had a crush on her first. Joining the trio are stalker-ish genius Cheon Duk-gu (Lee Jae-eung) and self-absorbed and clueless mean girl Park Gul-mi (Go Min-si). The season ended on a cliff-hanger and I fully expected Jojo and Sun-oh to get back together but (major spoiler alert!) they didn’t. And thank god for that.

In season two, Jojo and Hye-yeong are officially dating. He keeps ringing her Love Alarm even though she doesn’t ring his back. Jojo still has Shield on and since she hasn’t told him about it, he believes his feelings are unrequited. Sun-oh finds out they’re together and feels betrayed—which is rich considering he has a doting girlfriend and he didn’t feel remorse over hurting Hye-yeong’s feelings in the past. He crosses another line when he kisses Jojo and keeps forcing her to admit that she still had feelings for him. We’re definitely in toxic ex territory.

“Love Alarm” doesn’t really paint his woe-is-me act as something that justifies how he’s actively trying to drive the couple apart. To me, it didn’t sugarcoat how his motivations are selfish and how he is unwilling to put himself in someone else’s shoes. Although he isn’t an “evil” villain, he was set up to be an antagonist whose negative actions furthered the plot. His insistence pushed Jojo to realize her own feelings for Hye-yeong and what steps she needs to take to overcome her trauma.

Other aspects about him that are typically relegated to a villain are the disregard for his partner Yook-jo (Kim Si-eun) and how he mistreats his manager (Yoon Na-moo). By the end, we get to see the beginnings of his redemption arc when he promises to “learn how to love” Yook-ju and starts taking his job seriously. I’m still on the fence about him but a possible third season might change my mind. After all, I loved Zuko of “Avatar: The Last Airbender.” People can change and a show that portrays how this change is a process is always a breath of fresh air. 

Here’s my verdict for “Love Alarm” season two: It’s surprisingly realistic. 


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Do Jojo and Sun-Oh end up together in Love Alarm season 2?

Love Alarm has been an emotional ride, to say the least. Season 1 of the South Korean series on Netflix follows the lives of Kim Jojo (Kim So-hyun), Lee Hye-Yeong (Jung Ga-ram), and Hwang Sun-Oh (Song Kang), high school students who find themselves in a love triangle. Not only are they trying to navigate their feelings, but they also have the Love Alarm app to deal with, which determines who the user is in love with. The second season just dropped today, and fans are in for more tears and frustrations as Jojo continues to be torn between the two men.

The debut season concludes with Jojo and Hye-Yeong together after a four-year time jump. It’s revealed that Jojo had installed a shield for her Love Alarm app, so that she could hide her true feelings. Going into season 2, it’s evident that she still is conflicted with who she should be with, and of course Sun-Oh is back to tempt her. Love Alarm 2.0 is out, which determines that Jojo could like Hye-Yeong, but she wants to be certain before making any final decisions.

Who does Jojo end up with in Love Alarm season 2?

If you were rooting for Jojo to end up with Sun-Oh in Love Alarm season 2, we have bad news. While Sun-Oh is certainly a handsome guy with positive attributes, Jojo realizes that Hye-Yeong is ultimately the one for her. She forgets about the Love Alarm app and decides that she should make the choice herself. In the end, she seems head over heels for Hye-Yeong and the two are extremely happy to be together.

In the last episode of Love Alarm season 2, Jojo has her final conversation with Sun-Oh, which is basically a breakup. Though they had their fair share of ups and downs since meeting in season 1, they seemingly end things on good terms.

Eager to know if Love Alarm season 3 is happening? Us too. We’ll keep you updated on whether or not we’ll be seeing more from Jojo, Hye-Yeong, and Sun-Oh in the future.

Sours: https://netflixlife.com/2021/03/12/do-jojo-sun-oh-end-up-together-love-alarm-season-2/

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Song Kang

South Korean actor

In this Korean name, the family name is Song.

Song Kang (Korean: 송강; born April 23, 1994) is a South Korean actor. His notable lead roles in television series include Love Alarm (2019–21) , Sweet Home (2020), Nevertheless (2021), and Navillera (2021).


2017–18: Beginnings[edit]

Song made his acting debut with a supporting role in the 2017 romantic comedy television series The Liar and His Lover.[2] The same year, he was cast in the family drama Man in the Kitchen.[3] He also appeared in two music videos: "Sweet Summer Night" by acoustic duo The Ade and "Love Story" by Suran.[4][5] On July 8, 2017, his agency Namoo Actors organised a fan meeting – "Introduction to Rookies" for Song alongside Oh Seung-hoon and Lee Yoo-jin.[6]

Song hosted the SBS's music program broadcast Inkigayo from February to October 2018 along with Seventeen's Mingyu and DIA's Jung Chae-yeon.[7] He also joined as a fixed cast member on the variety show Village Survival, the Eight.[8] For the two works, he was nominated for the "Rookie Award" at the 2018 SBS Entertainment Awards.[9] In July 2018, Song marked his big-screen debut with the fantasy film Beautiful Vampire.[10]

2019–present: Rise in popularity and lead roles[edit]

Song at the press conference for When the Devil Calls Your Name, July 2019

In 2019, Song played the supporting role of Jung Kyung-ho's assistant in tvN fantasy melodrama When the Devil Calls Your Name.[11] He next starred in the Netflix original romantic series Love Alarm, based on the popular webtoon of the same name.[12] Song was cast in his first main role through auditions out of 900 people;[13] he played the role of a handsome high-school student who falls in love with a girl (Kim So-hyun) who was his best friend's secret crush.[14]Love Alarm was ranked as one of Netflix's top releases of the year and was renewed for a second season.[15] His final appearance that year was in the music video of Vibe's "Call Me Back".[16]

Song was propelled to stardom in 2020 when he starred in apocalyptic horror Netflix original Sweet Home, based on the eponymous webtoon.[17] He was auditioned for the cast on the recommendation of Love Alarm's director to the director of Sweet Home, Lee Eung-bok.[17] His role was Cha Hyun-su, a suicidal high school boy who, along with a group of fellow apartment residents, tries to survive a "monsterization" apocalypse.[18] Critical responses of the series were mixed,[19] but gathered a wide international audience.[20] One month after the release of the series, Variety revealed that it had been viewed by 22 million member households of Netflix.[21] At the 57th Baeksang Arts Awards Song received a nomination for Best New Actor – Television.[22]

In 2021, Song starred in the second season of Love Alarm which was released on Netflix on March 12.[15] He next appeared in the tvN series Navillera, adapted from the eponymous webtoon.[23] He played a ballet student who struggles due to unresolved issues about his father and tries to support himself by working as a part-timer. Song took ballet lessons for six months in order to portray his character.[24] Song is currently starring in another webtoon adaption Nevertheless, JTBC's romance drama,[25] and is confirmed to star in another JTBC drama, People at Meteorological Service (direct translation), alongside Park Min-young.[26]



Television series[edit]

Television shows[edit]

Music video[edit]

Awards and nominations[edit]


  1. ^Jeon, Hyo-jin (April 8, 2017). "[루키인터뷰: 얘 어때?②] 송강, 수많은 아이돌 캐스팅 뿌리치고 배우가 된 이유". Sports Donga (in Korean). Retrieved August 23, 2019.
  2. ^ abJung, Ji-won (March 19, 2017). "'그거너사' 조이, 사랑의 큐피트 변신…상큼미 가득" (in Korean). The Chosun Ilbo. Retrieved August 23, 2019.
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