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Love Alarm Season 3 Release Date: Will a New Season Air In 2021?

Love Alarm Season 3

Love Alarm is a south Korean web tv show. It was the first show to be picked up by Netflix to get a release and revealed huge success likewise, ongoing the series to even extend for another season. The show stars Kim So Hyung, Song Kang, and Jung Ga Ram in lead roles. The drama is based on a webtoon of the same name Chon Kye Young. Under the direction of Lee Na Jung, the play revolves around the love interest of both three.

Love Alarm Season 3 Release Date

If Love Alarm is renewed for a season, we would imagine it’d be in the Spring of 2022. The first series released in August 2019 and the next one in March 2021, however, it was set to be released in August 2020.

Season two was delayed on account of this pandemic, so we imagine the studio could hope to release season 3 in August 2021.

However, as this could be too soon, they will likely leave the appropriate yearlong gap, as is with the most show, meaning season 3 is expected to release in March 2022.

Love Alarm Season 3

Love Alarm season 3 cast

The Love Alarm season 3 cast has not been announced, but I believe we could say with confidence that Kim So-Hyun, Jung Ga-ram, and Song Kang are going to return for season 3. We understand there’s more to their romance story.

We are also expecting to see more of the recurring actors and actresses and a few new faces from the new season, but we will just have to wait and see who is included in season 3.

Maybe we’ll follow Sun-oh and Yuk-Jo’s love story?

This is still a possibility. Or we can follow Park Gul-mi’s (Go Min-Si) love story with Cheong Duk-Gu (Lee Jae-Eung). Both these pairings have not been completely explored yet, so perhaps there is space for another six or eight-episode spinoff?

There would probably have to be another app update.

I mean, when have popular dating apps ever stopped with two upgrades? There always seems to be room for improvement in regards to technology that caters to this hunt for your final soulmate. I can’t imagine what that would look like exactly. Maybe some A.I. involvement? Virtual avatars? Robots? A Black Mirror” San Junipero” -ish twist? Anything is possible now.

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