The fifth episode of Netflix’s K-drama Thirty Nine will be available in a few hours. Following a tragic episode 4, Thirty Nine viewers are looking forward to the show’s fifth instalment, which will shed light on Chan Young’s strong viewpoint on life. Check out Netflix’s Thirty Nine episode 5 release date and trailer below.
Thirty Nine is a quirky K-drama starring some of South Korea’s most recognized actresses, including Jeon Mi Do and Son Ye Jin, that deals with sadness, friendship, and every other feeling that comes with being thirty-nine years old.
Thirty-nine episode 5 will show on JTBC on March 2nd, 2022, at 10.30 PM KST/ 8.30 AM ET. Later, Thirty Nine will be available on Netflix on March 2nd at 10 a.m. ET/ March 3rd at 12 a.m. KST.
Episode 4 of Thirty Nine focused on how to break the most heart breaking news to your loved ones. In the universe of filmmaker Kim Sang Ho, it is Chan Young herself who does not mince words and informs her long-time crush that she is gravely sick.
After a heart breaking episode 4, the Thirty Nine episode 5 teaser provides viewers a glimpse of optimism.
Chan Young has compiled a brief checklist of things she wants to do in the next six months.
She informs Mi Jo and Joo Hee that one of her desires is for them to be happy in their relationships.
Mi Jo is taking the initiative to see Kim Seon Woo, who has discovered a disturbing reality as well.
Thirty-Nine episode 4 had the highest rating of the program in Korea, according to Nielson Korea through Soompi, with an average of 7.5 percent.
Thirty Nine receives an 8 on the IMDb rating scale, while Thirty Nine receives an 8.2 on My Drama List after four episodes have been released.
“‘Thirty-Nine’ is a story of living during an ambiguous point in life, where we still have trouble seeing ourselves as complete and mature adults,” the 37-year-old actor remarked of the drama. There is love and detachment in that process, and numerous things happen. It’s a play that may bring significant consolation to those of a similar age, and I think it’s a nice drama to reflect on one’s current youth,” says the director.