When the Weather is Fine Episode 14: Release Date, Watch Online, and Details

When the Weather is Fine is JTBC drama based on a 2018 novel of the same name by Lee Do Woo, which premiered on February 24, 2020. It stars Park Min Young and Seo Kang Joon in the leading roles.

The romance K-drama is directed by Han Ji Seung and written by Han Ga Ram. It is set for 15 episodes and produced by the Ace Factory production company.

When the Weather is Fine stars actors Park Min Young (City Hunter, Her Private Life) and Seo Kang Joon (Cheese in the Trap, Are You Human Too?), playing the roles of childhood friends who went to the same school. Park plays Mok Hae Won, who moves to Seoul to for university and work. The city was not kind to her, and she decides to come back to the countryside where she grew up with Seo’s character, Im Eun Seob. The drama tells the lukewarm story of the Hae Won, who returns to her roots in the countryside and meets her childhood friend and now-independent bookstore owner, Eun Seob, and how they fall in love together with each other.

‘When the Weather is Fine Episode 14’ Release Date

‘When the Weather Is Fine Episode 14’ will release on Tuesday, April 14, 2020, at 21:30 KST (Korea Standard Time) on JTBC. The drama releases two episodes on Mondays and Tuesdays at the same time slot. When the Weather Is Fine will conclude with its 16th and final episode on April 21, 2020.

Watch ‘When the Weather is Fine’ Episode 14 Online?

‘When the Weather Is Fine episode 14’ will be available to stream online with English subtitles on Rakuten Viki, Viu, and iflix after they air in South Korea. Note that the show might not be available in your region so you might have to use a VPN service or proxy to bypass the regional restriction to view the show.

What is ‘When the Weather if Fine’ About?

The story of I’ll Find You on a Beautiful Day is set in the Bookhyun Village in Gangwon Province, which is also the hometown of Mok Hae Won (played by Park Min Young). She is a cellist who decides to move to Seoul to pursue music in university, and she also finds a job at a school. Things don’t work too well for her, however, as she is hurt by others repeatedly and kicked to the curb. She is betrayed by everyone she trusted. After getting fed up by this string of bad experiences in the big city, she decides to move back to her hometown of Bookyun Village in the countryside to live a peaceful life.

Now back to her roots, she comes across her childhood classmate and friend Im Eun Seob (played by Seo Kang Joon) at an independent bookstore. Eun Seob has always had feelings for Hae Won, and this encounter leads to them finding love in each other.