The Miracle K-Drama Season 2 might be on the way after the release of the 1st season. The 1st season depicts a miracle that affects the lives of twin sisters Shi Ah and Shi Yeon, and it managed to captivate the audiences with its interesting plot. As the title suggests, there is a miracle that affects our main heroes as it tells the story of two fraternal twins who are diametrically opposed.
The other twin has a plus-size figure, whilst the other one is stunning and all one aspires to be: Shi Ah is constantly the center of attention everywhere she goes due to her beauty, on the other hand, the other twin Shi Yeon hides behind the walls of her room due to bullying and taunting from others because of her looks. One miracle, however, flips their life upside down, and we watch how can the twin sisters cope with their new lifestyle.
The Miracle, also known as My Secret Diary, is a web drama written by Ahn Ho Kyung, and it was directed by Kwon Jin Mo. Among The Miracle K-Drama Season 2 cast, we will see the previous stars Hong Yoon Hwa, Kim Na Hyun, and Kim Dong Hyun. The drama launched on Naver TV Cast in December 2016 with 12 short episodes, and it has been a long time since the 1st season, so fans are now wondering when The Miracle K-Drama Season 2 will release.
How will they handle this secret given their opposing personalities in The Miracle K-Drama Season 2?
The Miracle Season 2 Release Date
Sadly, no official comment on The Miracle K-Drama Season 2 has been issued yet and Season 1 was completed more than 6 years ago. Naver TV Cast produces the drama but there have been no updates from the production company related to The Miracle K-Drama Season 2. Commenting on the future The Miracle K-Drama Season 2 release date will be tough, so we do not have any guesses. Even more, 2nd seasons of Korean web operas are uncommon, so we might not be able to watch The Miracle K-Drama Season 2, that is also a possibility.
Considering the success of the program, The Miracle K-Drama Season 2’s release is very likely though. So, do not lose hope, because Netflix can pick up the program and continue it itself any time soon.
South Korean audiences may watch The Miracle on the official Naver TV cast website and international audiences may watch The Miracle k-drama with English subtitles on Netflix and Viki.
The Miracle Ending Explained
The Miracle is a Korean drama that falls within the romance, comedy, and supernatural genres, and the lives of the twin sisters have never been the same since they swapped bodies in the program.
Kwon Shi Ah has been a model since they were in preschool, and she eventually became an adolescent actor before becoming an idol, and despite her fondness for her four walls, Kwon Shi Yeon produces online broadcasts and she only leaves the house to see a strange tarot card reader. Every day, the tarot card reader hands her a mystical tarot card, and one day, the identical sisters wake up and discover their souls have exchanged bodies.
At the end of the 1st season, Shi Yeon and Shi Ah strive to switch their souls and return to their original bodies but nothing works, and they end up living each other’s lives until the twin sisters get involved in an automobile accident. As a result, spirits are returned to their rightful bodies. The tarot card reader appears at the hospital disguised as a doctor and says that she has done what she should have done, leaving a question mark.
Both sisters eventually decide to pursue their passions: Shi Yeon resolves to break out from her four boundaries, and Shi Yeon also breaks up with Hae Sung after discovering that her sister likes him. Shi Ah later pushes her sister to audition for a musical but she is unaware that the audition is being performed by Hae Sung, and when the two meet, Hae Sung has no idea this is the girl he has been looking for and the final episode ends with Hae Sung finally meeting his lady.
Shows Like the Miracle
If you are looking for shows like Miracle, Pop-up Mystic Bar (2020) can be a good choice. In this one, customers can find solace and counseling via their dreams at this enigmatic late-night food cart, and everyone here, living or dead, is treated equally.
Another recommendation is Oh, Ghostess! (2015), and in this K-drama, Na Bong Sun is a talented sous chef, but she lacks confidence, but beyond her culinary skills, she has an extraordinary capacity to speak with spirits.