What is Penthouse all about?
Staring Lee Ji-ah, Kim So-Yeon, Eugene, Um Ki-Joon, Yoon Jong-hoon, and Park Eun-Seok, The Penthouse: War in is a South Korean television series. Joon Dong-min has been directing the series. The series is written by Kim Soon-ok.
The story is based on the real estate and education war and the desire to be number one. In the process to protect herself and her kids’ woman chooses the wrong path and turns into evil.
When was the series streamed for the first time?
On 26 October 2020, the series was premiered on SBS TV for the first time. At the end of season one, the series had a huge fan following because of which the series was renewed for more seasons. On 29th September the first look teaser of the series was released. Followed by the teaser of the second season which was released on January 12, 2021.
The teaser for the third season was out on 27th May 2021. The third season is focusing on the residence of the Hera place and the kid’s post trails, who are looking forward to admission to college and are preparing for the entrance exam.
At the time when Shim-Su-ryeon was looking forward to happy days, Logan dies right in front of her. Season three depicts her life after she realizes, residents of Hera Palace are out of the prison. The series was launched with the third season on June 14th,2021. So far 7 episodes of the third season have been finished.
Season 3 Episode 8 of the Penthouse?
Penthouse season 3 episode 8 is set to get released on 23rd July 2021. During the previous 2 seasons, the series used to release two episodes a week but for this season only one episode is getting released a week.
The series is Netflix original and it is only available to subscribers. The third season is comprised of 20 episodes each. Due to the Tokyo Olympics, the series is delayed. The 8th episode which was scheduled to get released on the 23rd of July will be getting released on the 30th of July 2021. The episode will get aired on KST for other viewers other than the Korean viewers for them the series will be made available on Netflix.
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