Netflix’s Sweet & Sour heralded the sweet yet sour love story of three youths.
On May 17th, Netflix released the main poster that showcases a clear contrast between the adorable designs and the subtle tension among Jang Ki Yong, Chae Soo Bin, and Krystal. Contrary to the pastel-toned design, the three people show no signs of excitement. What happened to them?
The released trailer captures the various flavors of real-life romance. Jang Hyuk (Jang Ki Yong) and Da Eun (Chae Soo Bin) used to be all lovey-dovey, but their sweetness turned into bitterness in the face of harsh reality. And to Jang Hyuk, who was exhausted from the never-ending bitterness of love, Bo Young (Krystal) walks in with the “sour flavor.”
How did the “sweetness” turn into a “bitterness”? And how the new “sourness” shake up the relationship? Anyone who tasted the start and the end of the romance will sympathize with the story that story. On top of that, the copy that reads “When is the expiration date of your love?” realistically captures the reality of love.
Sweet & Sour was helmed by Luck-Key and Cheer Up, Mr. Lee director Lee Gye Byeok. He introduced his new project as the work that “utilizes various elements that can’t be seen in other romantic comedies,” raising expectations.
Meanwhile, Sweet & Sour will screen on Netflix on June 4th.
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