Forecasting Love and Weather: All About Netflix’s Upcoming Romantic K-Drama

Netflix is constantly replenishing its list of K-Dramas and, the latest addition is Forecasting Love and Weather. After All of Us Are Dead topping Netflix’s charts for February, introducing a new K-Drama of a different genre seems like a thoughtful choice. The upcoming romantic comedy is also known as Weather People or KMA People: Office Romance Cruelty. The series is directed by Cha Young-hoon. Ahead of its release, let us have a look at all the essential details for the show.

Forecasting Love and Weather Cast and Crew

The main cast of the show is made up of Park Min-young as Jin Ha-kyung, Song Kang as Lee Shi-woo, Yoon Park as Han Ki-joon and Yura as Chae Yoo-jin. The supporting cast members include Kim Mi-kyung as Bae Soo-ja, Bae Myung-jin as Park Joo-moo, Moon Tae-yu as Shin Seok-ho, Kwon Hae-hyo as Ko Bong-chan, Lee Seong-Wook as Eom Dong-han, Yoon Sa-bong as Oh Myung-joo, Chae Seo-eun as Kim Soo-jin and Jang So-yeon as Lee Hyang-rae. Actors Lee Tae-gum and Yu Ji-in are also a part of the show.

Forecasting Love and Weather is created by Plot Line along with Kang Eun-kyung. It is written by Seon Yeong. With production companies NPIO Entertainment and JTBC Studios tied to the project, the show is being distributed by JTBC and Netflix.

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Forecasting Love and Weather Plot/Synopsis

Netflix’s description of the show reads: “Inside a national weather service, love proves just as difficult to predict as rain or shine for a diligent forecaster and her free-spirited co-worker”. The Korean drama is going to be a romantic one about the people working in the Korea Meteorological Administration.

Forecasting Love and Weather Release Date, Trailer and More

The series is scheduled to arrive on Netflix on February 12, 2022. The episodes are going to get a weekly release, airing every Saturday and Sunday at 22:30 (KST). The estimated number of episodes is 16, with each having a 70-minute runtime.

Watch the trailer below:

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