Next Time On….Our Beloved Summer season 1, episodes 3 and 4
This article contains predictions that may be spoilers for the Netflix K-Drama series Our Beloved Summer season 1, episode 3 and 4.
We were introduced into the lives of Yeonsu and Ung in Our Beloved Summer — the ex-couple who reunites after a documentary went viral. They cross paths and we hope they continue to do so. Yeonsu is a whiz at her job who spends a lot of time working and Ung (or Ko-o) is an artist.
Here’s a quote from our recap of the latest episode:
The dynamics between Yeonsu and Ung are clear as day in their relationship. Watching the episode it’s evident that Ung seems to care about her more as he’s adamant on being around her. Mind you, this was prior to their breakup and just after finishing high school. The second episode of Our Beloved Summer opens up in September 2011 with the pair talking about the future. From Ung’s perspective, he feels that Yeonsu is asking him strange questions about getting into college, she’s worried he might not get in and wonders how this might affect their relationship dynamic. Ung reassures her that no matter what he’ll be there. Meanwhile, from a viewers’ point of view, we can tell that he clearly likes her but Yeonsu doesn’t necessarily feel the same and it seems like she wants him to verbalize it.
Our Beloved Summer season 1, episodes 3 and 4 release date
Episode 4 will be released on Netflix on the 13th of December 2021 and we don’t anticipate any changes in scheduling. Episode 3 will be released the day after.
Where to watch online
Our Beloved Summer is a Korean drama on Netflix and is available to stream on the platform (with a subscription). Viewers can watch the episode by tuning into the platform every Monday and Tuesday.
Here are our predictions for episode 3! What do you think?
Judging by the preview, Ung seems to let his grudge pass and agrees to work with Yeonsu on her campaign. They reunite over some drinks in the preview and we’re hoping to see more of their relationship and whether the feelings are still festering between them.