Set your alarm, Love Alarm Season 2 premieres March 12!

Now this is the alarm we won’t be hitting the snooze button. The second season of Love Alarm is set to premiere on Netflix on March 12!

The Nextflix Original Series released first look stills of the romance between the main leads along with the announcement of the series being released on March 12.

Based on the popular webtoon of the same name, Love Alarm is set in a world where a mobile app alerts you if someone within a 10-meter radius likes you. Starring Kim So-hyun, Jung Ga-ram, and Song Kang, there’s no better time than now to watch (or re-watch) the first season as you wait for season 2.

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The new stills show Kim Jo-jo (Kim So-hyun) meeting Lee Hye-yeong (Jung Ga-ram) and Hwang Sun-oh (Song Kang) individually. While they have graduated from high school and have become adults, they still have unresolved worries and conflicts.

The second season takes place four years after the creation of the app which has recently released Love Alarm 2.0. The update comes with a new feature that shows users a list of people who are likely to like them in the future. The new season will explore the unresolved feelings of first love of Jojo, Sun-oh, and Hye-yeong and capture various aspects of a society where the number of hearts on Love Alarm becomes so valuable that it affects a person’s social status.

Love Alarm S2 is directed by Kim Jin-woo of Good Doctor, Queen of Mystery, and Suits  and Ryu Bora, who is the writer of Snowy Road and Secret, participated as script producer.

The new season will explore the unresolved feelings of first love of Jojo, Sun-oh, and Hye-yeong and capture various aspects of a society where the number of hearts on
Love Alarm becomes so valuable that it affects a person’s social status.

You can watch the first season of Love Alarm now and the second season will be released on March 12, only on Netflix.

Cheska De Ocampo
Cheska considers herself a 24/7 writer as she writes professionally and voluntarily. Having the opportunity to join KStreetManila, she combines two of her loves – writing and Korean culture. Her Spotify playlist consists majority of GOT7, but she is willing to listen to other genres and artists.

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