Love With Flaws Season 2 Renewal, Release Date, and Streaming
In this post, we are going to talk about Love With Flaws season 2 renewal, release date, and cast. As we know, the first season completed its television run this week, and all the fans are expecting more details to come out about the future of the show. Love With Flaws is one of the highly successful Korean shows, so all the fans have high expectations about the show. So, we will be discussing all the available details of the show.
What is the show ‘Love With Flaws’ about?
Lee Kang-Woo is a handsome guy, who enjoys being the center of attention. In his past, he was dumped for being ugly. Since that moment, he has been obsessed with his appearance. Joo Seo-Yeon is an enthusiastic P.E. teacher. She does not like handsome men, because she went through a lot of trouble due to her 3 handsome brothers. Her ideal guy is someone who is closer to normal. Lee Kang-Woo and Joo Seo-Yeon happen to meet. They initially argue about everything, but they develop romantic feelings for each other.
Love With Flaws Season 2 Renewal And Release Date
The show has finished its first season on 16 January 2020, and now there is a big wait for the upcoming season. There is no official renewal announcement made for the show, although it has just finished its first season so this is way too early to expect the announcement. Nonetheless, the response for the show seemed more than enough to get another season, so we are most probably getting another season. Also, the second season does not look like coming anytime soon, although we can expect it by the end of 2020. The show will be coming back on the MBC channel in South Korea.
The Cast of Love With Flaws
Here is the main cast of the Korean show!
Oh Yeon-Seo as Joo Seo-Yeon
Ahn Jae-Hyun as Lee Kang-woo
Kim Seul-gi as Kim Mi-Kyung
Goo Won as Lee Min-hyuk
Heo Jung-min as Park Hyun-soo
Min Woo-hyuk as Joo Won-Jae
Cha In-ha as Joo Won-suk
Kim Jae-Yong as Joo Seo-joon
Hwang Woo-seul-hye as Lee Kang-hee
Jang Yoo-sang as Choi Ho-dol
Yoon Hae-young as Ms. Oh