“To X Who Doesn’t Love Me” Unveils New Character Posters, Fueling Excitement for the drama’s Premiere

The character posters for TVING’s original drama “To X Who Doesn’t Love Me” have been revealed, raising anticipation for its premiere.

The character picture for “To X Who Doesn’t Love Me,” which was just launched, grabs attention with the look of two apparently incongruous characters. However, the song “To X Who Doesn’t Love Me” foretells a relationship intertwined in a special lyrical note that makes love as the lyrics state.

Han Ji-Hyo’s character, Seo Hee-soo (who is crying on the poster), is an aspiring solo songwriter who has never been in a romantic relationship. The romance of Hee-soo, who was joyful after attaining the romance she desired through the lyrics notes, would cry in the main trailer, stating, “It’s okay to have a one-month romance.”

The only person who knows the secret of Hee-soo’s notebook is Si-ho Jeong (Do-Yeong), who is resting his chin on books and is looking straight ahead with a troubled expression in the released poster. Shi-ho observes Hee-soo switching boyfriends each month and remarks, ‘A month-long romance… Is it okay to leave it alone?’ How did he learn the secret of the notebook, and how did learning the secret affect his relationship with Hee-soo? It makes fans even more curious.

In “To the X who doesn’t love me,” Seo Hee-soo, the lyricist, is a college girl with no narcissism and little self-esteem who finds a mystery lyric notebook that makes anyone fall in love with her for a month. She then becomes involved with a number of men, including her boyfriend, Jeong Si-ho. It is a story-telling drama.

Meanwhile, To X Who Doesn’t Love Me is set to be released on July 14, 2022, exclusively on TVING and will only be available on television.

Poster Credits: TVING

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