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    I. Introduction

    Times is a 2021 South Korean television series starring Lee Seo Jin, Lee Joo Young, Kim Yeong Cheol and Moon Jeong Hee. It aired on OCN from February 20 to March 28, 2021. First script reading for OCN drama series Times took place September, 2020 in Sangam-dong, Seoul, South KOR. The drama is currently available on iQiyi &, Rakuten Viki.

    II. Synopsis

    A passionate reporter with exceptional talent, Lee Jin Woo has dedicated his entire career to pursuing nothing but the truth. Committed to telling the whole story, Jin Woo will do whatever it takes to find and report the hard facts. A hard-working man with a nose for news, Jin Woo’s life takes an unexpected turn when a mysterious phone call connects him with Seo Jung In, a woman who claims to be living five years in the future.

    A hard-nosed reporter with a burning passion for her work, Seo Jung In has a knack for finding the best stories. But sometimes digging deep uncovers some nasty truths. Following a string of leads, Jung In uncovers a dark plot that could shake the very foundations of the country. With the life of her father, South Korea’s President, Seo Ki Tae on the line, Jung In finds herself in a deadly race against time. But she’s not in this race alone. Mysteriously connected by phone to Lee Jin Woo, the two agree to join forces to save the president.

    Living and working in two completely different times, Jin Woo and Jung In set out on a dangerous quest for the truth. But will they be able to stop the villainous masterminds plotting this heinous crime before it’s too late?

    III. Trailer

    IV. Episodes

    V. OSTs

    VI. Reception

    Times has gotten the average nationwide viewership of 2.106% (the highest being 3.079% &, the lowest being 1.400%) with the scores of 7.7 on Mydramalist, 9.1 on Rakuten Viki, 8.7 on iQiyi &, 7.3 on IMDB.

    VII. Awards & Nominations

    Year Award Category Nominee Result
    2021 57th Baeksang Arts Awards Best New Actress (TV) Lee Joo Young Nominated