The director of JTBC's upcoming Saturday drama "Nevertheless" revealed why the drama has a 19+ rating for parts of its episodes during a press conference held before of its launch.

On June 18, an online news conference for "Nevertheless" was organised to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The press conference featured Song Kang, Han So Hee, and director Kim Ga Ram, who discussed the upcoming JTBC drama.

Because of some of the drama moments, “Nevertheless” had previously made news for perhaps trying to be classified 19+. She stated the director has now verified that some episodes would be graded 19+ and explained why.

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“A Lot Of People Are Thinking Crude Things About The Rating, But The Truth Is, The Characters Are Over 19 Years Old And Sometimes Would Act Their Age.

Since People Under The Age Of 19 Can’t See Those Things, That’s Why The Rating Came Out Like That.”

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It depicts the narrative of Yoo Na Bi (Han So Hee), who wants to date but doesn't believe in love, and Park Jae Uhn (Song Kang), who believes dating is a hassle but wants to be a date around with Yoo.

Ten episodes of the drama will run once a week beginning June 19 at 11 p.m. KST.

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Jazmine recalled how the buzz generated. They are above 19 years old and would act like adults, according to the director, and if the drama is a genuine romantic drama, there would be sequences that will most certainly get them that grade.

According to the trailers, it appears to be aiming to portray a realistic romance between people in their twenties; it'll be interesting to see how they handle this subject; it could become stale, but the lead male appears to be a real player and a jerk to the women around him; it'll be interesting to see how one young woman changes him.