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[Web Drama 2020] How Are You Bread 하와유브레드


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16 hours ago, mysignisflower said:

@cottonflower I'm thankful for all updates ;)


@mysignisflower you're welcome, after all i only created this account to help the thread ^_^ and i guess is easy for me to get the updates since i follow a lot of Suho fans. 

11 hours ago, bliss17 said:

i was looking up for this webdrama and came across with this thing and just decided to give it a try. glad to chat with someone over the same topic :) 


@bliss17 hi! welcome :) 

Some updates: 


We got new still cuts from the drama :wub:


sorry my fangirl heart, but Junmyeon looks so good :wub:


I don't know about you all, but i don't get sick of those type of scenes :P

source: http://www.kyeongin.com/main/view.php?key=20160516010005454

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55 minutes ago, bliss17 said:

@cottonflower, @mysignisflower thanks, can't wait for this to air. :D:D


@bliss17 hopefully it don't takes a long time for it. until there i hope we get some new images ^_^

oh! i was just writing, a new one is out ! 

from weibo:



[xportsnews] 'How Are You Bread' will air in Korea And China simultaneously on second half of this year

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Yesterday it was crank up party:


because Junmyeon birthday is coming they give him a cake:






there's more in the ig but i only posted those




Edited by MadraRua
Please only 3 images per post, use spoiler tag for the rest
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Anyone knows when this drama is airing please, and where?
Thank you in advance.

Please make sure to submit title request forms to both companies.

1. Viki


2. DramaFever




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1 hour ago, Misstwilightfan1416 said:

When is this going to air?

I think they canceled it after the relationship between Korean and China come so bad like present. Beside, there're many dramas looking for station too. We have to wait it for a long time.

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11 hours ago, quockhanh45 said:

I think they canceled it after the relationship between Korean and China come so bad like present. Beside, there're many dramas looking for station too. We have to wait it for a long time.

Aww This is a bummer I really wanted to see this drama, So push to the back burner for now

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  • Guest changed the title to [Upcoming Web Drama 2019] How Are You Bread 하와유브레드 - Kim Jun Myeon (Suho), Lee Se Young, Kang Tae Hwan, Han So Young, Moon Ji Yoon
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wow. So much time has passed!  This Drama is airing - finally !

@mysignisflower, @sava2sava, @evie7@suchadiva42@quockhanh45, @Misstwilightfan1416, @cottonflower, @bliss17, @valsava, @fleurofjasmine

And Viki licensed it!


Seems like they are adding one episode every weekend. I watched the first episode, and it was lots of fun.

@mysignisflower, could you please also change the title of the thread to "Currently Airing Drama 2020?"  Thank you! 

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First Impressions: “How Are You Bread” Offers Warm Romance And Fresh-Baked Fun

It’s been ages since “How Are You Bread” wrapped up filming back in 2016, but the wait is finally over! The web drama premiered on January 17, and it has all the ingredients of a warm and lighthearted watch with some fun twists. If you’re a fan of EXO’s Suho or Lee Se Young, are looking for an intriguing yet easy-to-watch drama, or are wondering what on earth “how are you bread” even means, then read on for our thoughts about the drama’s premiere!

Warning: some spoilers for Episode 1 below.
And also a lot of bread puns.


There’s a new bakery in Noh Mi Rae’s (Lee Se Young) neighborhood, and it’s quickly become so popular that customers are lining up to wait for it to open every morning. The reason, Mi Rae soon discovers, is that the shop’s bread has a mysterious power….



Rumor has it that this is because the baker, Ha Do Woo (Suho), thinks of his deceased first love every morning while he bakes his bread, kneading his emotions into his pastries and thereby bestowing the breads with their special properties. Intriguing, no?

As we would expect from a character with so much pent up sorrow and longing, Do Woo is rather restrained and aloof. The exception, of course, is when he’s baking, and one of the best parts of “How Are You Bread” is watching Suho gaze lovingly at baked goods. Seriously, is anything more wholesome than a man who dotingly, painstakingly places each perfectly-halved strawberry atop his mousse?


Mi Rae, for her part, is a major sweetheart, friendly to everyone and helpful to neighbors in need. She’s also definitely not one to loaf around, and is described as a “thick-skinned workaholic.” But that’s just because she’s passionate about her job as a script-writer, as evidenced by her habit of sitting down wherever and whenever an idea happens to strike her, and working it all the way to completion:






We have a feeling that Mi Rae’s thick skin will come in handy though, especially when her demanding boss at the broadcasting company (whom the employees have nicknamed “the witch”) puts her in charge of a baking competition show and tasks her with getting Do Woo to appear on it — which he has no intention of doing.

“How Are You Bread” promises to be a straightforward romantic tale, and the first episode doesn’t shy away from some of our favorite cheesy K-drama clichés, like the oops-we-fell-on-top-of-each-other first meeting.





But that doesn’t mean this plot will be stale. From the first episode, “How Are You Bread” has given us plenty of emotional backstory to consider. Mi Rae clearly has her dreams and frustrations, and Do Woo has his own family traumas to contend with: his father’s disappointment in him for baking Western-style pastries instead of the family practice of traditional Korean rice cakes promises to be an interesting dilemma from both a family and cultural heritage standpoint.


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