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Netflix confirms June 4th release date for original film ‘Sweet & Sour’

A realistic bittersweet love story, candidly told by Jang Ki-yong, Chae Soo-bin and Krystal Jung

SEOUL, April 7, 2021 – Netflix has confirmed June 4, 2021 as the worldwide release date for new romance film Sweet & Sour.

The film depicts a realistic tale of modern romance following three young people. The seemingly contradictory title alludes not only to the first sugary stages of love but also to its bitter end, as will surely come with the passage of time. The cast of Sweet & Sour includes rising stars Jang Ki-yong, Chae Soo-bin and Krystal Jung.

Jang Ki-yong, whose steady rise to fame across genres began with roles in Search WWW, The Bad Guys: Reign of Chaos and this May’s My Roommate is a Gumiho, portrays very “real guy” boyfriend Jang Hyeok. His unfiltered portrayal of the realistic boyfriend will quicken viewers’ pulse with infatuation and rage as he gradually transforms from a sweet guy, in the beginning of the relationship, to an unresponsive one.

Jang Hyeok’s lovely girlfriend Da-eun is played by Chae Soo-bin, who established herself as a major next-gen rom-com star through roles in I’m Not a Robot, Where Stars Land and A Piece of Your Mind. Many young viewers will relate to her character Da-eun, who is frustrated with both her job as a nurse and her love life.

Bo-yeong, the woman whom Jang Hyeok meets through his job assignment with his big name corporate employer, is played by Krystal Jung. Demonstrating a different kind of charm than her usual chic image, Jung shapes Bo-yeong into an interesting character in a love-hate relationship with Jang Hyeok while they collaborate and compete for the same permanent position at the corporation.

Director Lee Gae-byok’s fresh and funny take on this realistic love story is further enhanced by the chemistry among actors Jang Ki-yong, Chae Soo-bin and Krystal Jung. Sweet & Sour will be released worldwide on June 4th, only on Netflix.

Production Information

Title: Sweet & Sour

Directed by: Lee Gae-byok

Starring: Jang Ki-yong, Chae Soo-bin, Krystal Jung

Produced by: KTH, 26 company

Distributed by: Netflix



Release Date: June 4, 2021

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