Ahn Bo-hyun (left) and Kim Go-eun in a still from Yumi’s Cells. The Korean drama series about a love-starved office worker, with animations of what goes on in her head, puts a new spin on old romantic comedy tropes.
Ahn Bo-hyun (left) and Kim Go-eun in a still from Yumi’s Cells. The Korean drama series about a love-starved office worker, with animations of what goes on in her head, puts a new spin on old romantic comedy tropes.

K-drama midseason recap: Yumi’s Cells – charming, partly animated drama adds fresh twists to tired romcom tropes

  • The relationship between the leads has been the focus of Yumi’s Cells, with the pair navigating the many awkward moments that surface early on in a relationship
  • With four episodes left, the main intrigue is between Yumi and Bobby Yoo, played in a special appearance by Jin Young of K-pop group Got7

Topic |   Korean drama reviews
Ahn Bo-hyun (left) and Kim Go-eun in a still from Yumi’s Cells. The Korean drama series about a love-starved office worker, with animations of what goes on in her head, puts a new spin on old romantic comedy tropes.
Ahn Bo-hyun (left) and Kim Go-eun in a still from Yumi’s Cells. The Korean drama series about a love-starved office worker, with animations of what goes on in her head, puts a new spin on old romantic comedy tropes.
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