Park In Hwan and Song Kang’s ‘Navillera’ to Kick Off on Netflix on the 22nd

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tvN’s new Mon-Tues series Navillera will also be streamed on Netflix starting from the 22nd of March.

The show will be aired in Korea, Asia, Arab, Latin American, and English-speaking regions every 11 p.m. KST on Monday and Tuesday. For other regions, the full series will be released at 4 p.m. KST on the 4th of May.

Navillera depicts the growth of Deok Chul who started ballet at the age of seventy, and Chae Rok, a ballet dancer who is lost in the face of his dreams. Based on the beloved webtoon of the same name by HUN and Ji Min, it has been greatly anticipated since its production stage. The work has been brought to life by director Han Dong Hwa and screenwriter Lee Eun Mi.

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The new combination of Park In Hwan and Song Kang is also notable. Experienced and renowned actor Park In Hwan plays the role of Shim Deok Chul, a retired mailman. Having faithfully lived his life as the breadwinner of a family, he reminisces of his old dream of being a ballet dancer after happening to see Chae Rok. Song Kang, who has been loved by the world through Netflix original series such as Love Alarm and Sweet Home, will play Lee Chae Rok, a somewhat dark and feisty character. While suffering from a blockage despite his gifted talent, he meets Deok Chul, who endlessly praises him. Though he initially does not understand Deok Chul wanting to learn ballet, they rise toward their dreams; Chae Rok as a ballet teacher, and Deok Chul as his student and manager.

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Expectations are building on the upcoming friendship between the 70-years-old Deok Chul and the 23-years-old Chae Rok. The relationship between them is made special as they connect through ballet regardless of the generation gap between them.

Heralding passionate emotions, Navillera is scheduled to greet viewers around the world through Netflix from March 22nd.


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