Yumi’s cells A buzz developed as it combined a romantic Korean drama with animation. The 2021 K-drama unfolds the daily life of an office worker named Kim Yoo-mi, played by actor Kim Go-eun. His refreshing concept of connecting his everyday life with his emotional cells portrayed as animated characters in his own world captured the audience’s interest. Before evolving into a television show, Yumi’s Cells was originally a popular webtoon of the same name. The K-drama attracted new audiences and old fans to the webtoon. After the first episode of the K-drama, the cute, quirky love story and animated emotions have won the hearts of fans.
Kim Yu-mi loses her love cell after a bad breakup
Yu-Mi has given up on love in the K-drama trailer. In the first episode, fans learn that Yu-Mi has devoted the last three years to her job. After being heartbroken over a bad breakup, she decided not to pursue the relationship anymore. The audience sees what is going on in Yu-Mi’s mind. Their emotions are portrayed as animated characters in their own world. They are responsible for how U-MI reacts to the circumstances and its decisions. Yu-Me’s love cell was flooded with tears during her breakup. His love cell is in coma for the last three years.
In the first episode, Yu-mi rekindles her love when her crush at work shows interest in her. At the prospect of love, all his cells go into frenzy to make sure Yu-Me shoots him in love. When his crush asks him out, he wants to set her up on a blind date. His love cell is once again heartbroken and flooded with other cells. Despite her cells disagreeing, they help Yu-Mi on her blind date in hopes of getting things back to normal.
U-Mi’s blind date is a friend of a game developer and his co-worker. Koo Wooong, played by Ahn Bo-hyun, takes the date despite his reluctance. Wearing shorts, a T-shirt and flip-flops, Wong didn’t expect Yu-Mi to become enamored. While fans thought that they would only get to see the sale of U-Mi, they would also get the Woogs. Wong’s cells have no idea what to do because he is too nervous to function normally on his date. Meanwhile, U-Mi’s cells try to do their best while several vital emotions are missing.
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Yumi’s cells has only aired two episodes, but fans have already fallen in love with the K-drama. Fans are starting to love animated cell characters. U-Mi’s cells include love, emotion, rationality, hunger, anxiety, fashion and even sexy. The cells are little cute, kid-like animations dressed in blue. Each cell has its own personality that corresponds to its assigned spirit, and its associations may reflect its traits. Fans on Reddit can’t get enough of the fun, colorful, and whimsical display capable of creating K-drama.
One reddit user comment, “I absolutely love how much her cells fight for her, and it leaves me to imagine my own cells talking about me. such a good concept, this, with hometown, yet top notch! Way to go TVN!!!” fans find Yumi’s cells Fresh and a new concept that hasn’t been explored before in K-drama. One Redditor points to the Disney film’s resemblance to the K-drama, from inside to outside.
New fans were comfortable watching the K-drama from the first or second episode as it got progressively better and more comical. One Reddit fan praises K-Drama for its impressive use of animation, stating, “The transitions from live-action to 3D animation are very smooth. Locus Animation has done a really commendable job with Sales. Detective.” The voice, animation and background music playing during the sale scene was perfect.
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Like many other K-dramas, Yumi’s cells The on-screen story was previously an illustrated story in a webtoon. Dongjan Lee created the webtoon in 2015. The synopsis for the webtoon reads, “A story of Yumi and her brain cells.” The fans of 2021 K-Drama were basically fans of the webtoon and were curious how it would come alive in K-Drama. Some Reddit users were pleasantly surprised by the K-drama result.
“I was very hesitant to watch this play because I really enjoyed the webtoons, and I was intrigued about how they would adapt the cells to a play format. The prospect of seeing a semi-animated show made me want to. Wasn’t thrilled at all, and the way they did the trailers, it annoyed me a lot. So I’m very happy to know that I Really Love the way they have customized the cells! It fits in perfectly, and the transition between the real world and Yumi’s headscape is impeccable,” said one Redditor.
Several key elements were included Yumi’s cells from webtoon. The cells illustrated are similar in K-drama, from the blue dress to the facial features. Prem wears the same white suit with a pink cape. K-Drama changed some features about U-Mi. Kim is wearing the same short bob haircut and bangs but has kept her dark brown hair color instead of sunshine yellow in the webtoon.