Penthouse Season 3 Episode 13 is expected to release on the 4th of September, 2021 at 10:00 PM KST on its original network SBS.
Lee Ji Ah, Kim So Yeon, Eugene, Uhm Ki Joon, Park Eun Seok, and Yoon Jong Hoon feature in the South Korean television series The Penthouse: War in Life. The series, directed by Joo Dong Min and written by Kim Soon Ok, tells the narrative of a real estate and education war, as well as the desire to be the best.
Penthouse Season 3 Plot
Penthouse 3 follows the residents of Hera Place following their hardships, as well as their children as they prepare for the college entrance exam.
Logan Lee (Park Eun-Seok), who faked her death in Season 1, dies immediately in front of Shim Su-eyes, Ryeon’s just as she thinks she may finally live happily. Meanwhile, the people of Hera Place are released from prison and strive to rebuild their lives.
What Happen in Penthouse Season 3 Episode 12
Season 3 Episode 12 of The Penthouse picked up where the previous episode left off. Chun Seo Jin, who was flung off the stair railing and vomited blood after a chandelier broke away from the ceiling, died shockingly in Episode 11.
Chun Seo Jin showed signs of hallucination before her terrible death and went to the Hera Palace to find her daughter. When she arrived at the arts center, she ran into Bae Ro Na and mistook her for Eun Byeol.
Chu Seo Jin then hauled Bae Ro Na out of the building, despite her protests that she was not her daughter, and told her that they needed to go right now. Yoon Chul tracked down Bae Rona and rescued her from Chun Seo Jin’s clutches.
Yoon Chul, on the other hand, passed out after being shoved down the stairs. Bae Rona and Seo Jin have both been tossed over the railing, with the former attempting to break free from the latter.
Penthouse Season 3 Episode 13 Release Date and Watch Online
Penthouse Season 3 Episode 12 is set to air on SBS on September 4th, 2021 at 10:00 PM KST.
The series is set to run for 14 episodes, and it has already reached episode 13, the season is only one episode away from wrapping out. If you have a Netflix subscription, you may watch the drama there; otherwise, you can watch it on Viki for free, although there will be advertisements in the middle of the episodes.
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