The drama Link’s third episode is on the way, and fans of the series are looking forward to it. Fans are impatient for its 3rd episode and want to catch it soon after its release, so here we are with its release date and time.
Link: Eat, Love, Kill or simply Link, is about a man (Yeo Jin-goo) who unexpectedly shares a woman’s emotions and experiences all of her joys, sorrows, and pains.
Genres: Mystery, Romance, Drama, Fantasy
Cast: Yeo Jin-goo as Eun Gye-hoon, Moon Ga-young as Noh Da-Hyun, Lee Bom Sori as Hwang Min-jo and others.
- Drama Name: Link: Eat and Love To Kill
- Original Network: tvN
- Episodes: 16
- Release Date: June 6, 2022
- Ep 3 Release Date: June 13, 2022
- Runtime: 1 hour 10 mins
- Time-slot: 22:30
- Airing Days: Mon & Tue
- Language: Korean
- Country: South Korea
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Link Episode 3 Release Date
Link Ep 3 will be released on the 13th of June at 10:30 pm KST (Korean Standard Time).
Link Kdrama Episode 3 Release Time
It is scheduled to premiere at 10:30 pm KST on tvN (the original broadcast television channel of South Korea). After some time, it is available to stream on Disney plus with English subtitles.
Korean Standard Time (KST): 10:30 pm
Greenwich Mean Time (GMT): 01:30 pm
Pacific Standard Time (PST): 6: 30 am
Eastern Standard Time (EST): 9:30 am
Link Drama Airing Days
It is scheduled to air every Monday and Tuesday at the scheduled time slot on tvN until all 16 episodes are released.
Where can I watch Link Kdrama?
Link is set to premiere every Monday and Tuesday on tvN (South Korean Television Channel) for Koreans. However, for international audiences, it is available to stream on Disney+ for selected countries.
How many episodes are there in Link kdrama?
It has a total of 16 episodes, out of which 2 episodes have already been broadcast on the previous Monday and Tuesday in the scheduled time slot. So there are only 14 episodes left.
Is Link Kdrama On Disney +?
Yes, it is on Disney Plus.
Disney Plus is now venturing into kdrama originals. Disney+ is Disney’s, Pixar’s, Marvel’s, Star Wars, and National Geographic’s streaming service. There’s something for everyone with oldies, current releases, and exclusive Disney+ Originals. Disney+ follows you wherever you go, from your couch to your commute. Pick up where you left off by streaming from your favourite devices. Alternatively, you can download any title and view it at home or on the go.
Is Link Kdrama on Netflix?
Netflix is a huge streaming service. It would, of course, find a way to provide a wealth of wonderful K-Drama content to its users all over the world, which it does. Here you can get high-quality subtitled and dubbed versions of the most recent and new Korean Dramas.
But unfortunately, Link is not on Netflix because it is on Disney Plus.
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