About Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok-Joo Season 2
South Korean television series, Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok-Joo is a coming-of-age drama, created by Han Hee. It premiered on MBC on November 12, 2016, and eventually concluded on January 11, 2017. Spanning 60 minutes, 16 episodes the show is inspired by the life of Jang Mi-ran, an Olympic gold medallist. The series was a hit among young viewers, although it received low viewership ratings in the time slot it ran in. However, despite it, the show garnered good viewership and appreciation on the global platform, especially in the Philippines. The question lies, will Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok-Joo Season 2 be a thing any time soon? Here is everything we know about it.
Is it a sequel in the Cards?
The Korean Drama not gaining enough commercial success doesn’t necessarily negate the possibility of the production of Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok-Joo Season 2. There’s no official announcement for the same but in an interview with Lee Sung Kyoung, the protagonist of the show gave fans hope. The young actress exclaimed that she would discuss it with the director and the writer of the drama. There are more updates yet to come and we are excited for it to be good news!
What is this Korean Drama about?
Kim Bok Joo is a young woman who is ambitious and passionate about weightlifting. Faith meeting with a swimmer on campus, Bok-Joo finally reunites with her elementary school friend Jung Joon-Hyung.
This meeting influencing a lot of events regarding Bok-Joo’s decisions takes us on a journey of youth. A coming of age story about a group of college athletes who are fighting, growing, and experiencing the trials and tribulations to achieve their dreams.
Lee Sung-Kyung – Kin Bok-Joo
Nam Joo-Hyuk – Jung Joon-Hyung
Lee Jae-Yoon – Jung Jae-Yi
Kyung Soo-Jin – Song Shi-Ho
There’s no official trailer of Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok-Joo Season 2. For the latest updates keep checking us.
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