Season 2 of the drama “Yumi’s Cells,” which has been loved by many people, will be next to us this summer.
On April 26, Tving officially announced that “Yumi’s Cells Season 2” will be released in June.
In addition, a teaser poster for “Yumi’s Cells Season 2” was introduced to announce the pink return of Yumi (Kim Go Eun).
There were phrases that amplified expectations, such as “The Second Story of Yumi and Cells,” “Yumi is Back,” and “Cell Stimulation Empathy Romance,” all over the poster.
In particular, Yumi’s mature visuals with long hair caught the eye after saying goodbye to her trademark bobbed hair.
Yumi showed off her beautiful appearance by wearing long hair.
On top of that, it was also interesting to see the existence of the writer’s cells that launched along with Yumi’s prime cells (cells representing people).
The love cell of the center of the still-brilliant and lovely cell village, the writer cell where Yumi will develop her dream that she has folded for a while, and the appearance of Yumi smiling brightly between the two cells further raised questions about the second story of “Yumi’s cells.”
In “Yumi’s Cells Season 2,” Kim Go Eun’s trustworthy performance, which maximizes the character’s charm and completes the “real-life version of Yumi,” continues.
In the last season, Yumi, an ordinary office worker, grew up through dating and parting with Koo Woong (Ahn Bo Hyun), and she was encouraged by her co-worker Bobby (Jin Young) to try new things.
In the second season, the story of Yumi and cells on the border of dream and love is expected to be depicted.
Meanwhile, Yumi’s Cells, which were released simultaneously on TVing and tvN in September last year, drew great attention by portraying Yumi’s story of eating, loving, and growing with cells in a pleasant and realistic manner.
The combination of live-action and 3D animation, which was attempted for the first time in Korea, received favorable reviews not only for upgrading the charm of the original webtoon but also for making use of reality.