Drama My Dear Loser Series: Edge of 17 Information

My Dear Loser Series: Edge of 17
  • Drama Title: My Dear Loser Series: Edge of 17
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  • Status: Ongoing
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  • Total Episodes: 9
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    The school's nerd falls for the school's star who also happens to be a net idol.

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