High Class Episode 12: Release Date and Watch Online

High Class Episode 12 is expected to release on 18th October 2021. Viewers are very excited and can watch it on tvN.

High Class is an ongoing South Korean television series, written by Storyholic and directed by Choi Byeong-Gil. The series starring, Cho Yeo-Jeong, Kim Ji-soo, and Kim Young-Jae.

It premiered on tvN on September 6, 2021, and airs every Monday and Tuesday. It is also available on IQIYI  for streaming in selected locations. It depicts the lies, secrets, mystery, and suspense of the perfect lives of South Korea’s top 0.1% women.

Know More About High Class 

It is a mystery-suspense drama about the dangerous lies and hypocrisies hidden behind the perfect lives of the women who live in the top 0.1 percent of society. The drama centers, Song Yeo-ul is framed for her husband’s murder and she loses everything. Nam Ji-seon is the star among the mothers at the International school.

Hwang Na-Yoon, a single mother who is the only friend of Song Yeo-ul. Cha Do Young, a former top actress who follows Nam Ji-sun, as she wants to be back in the spotlight, and Danny Oh, a teacher and former ice hockey player at the school.

High Class Episode 12

In the current Chapter of High Class, we are going to see Song Yeo-ul’s husband being alive. Moreover, Hwang Na-Yoon heading to become chairwoman. On the other hand, police recognized Danny Oh’s real identity.

High Class Episode 12 Release Date

This ongoing South Korean drama is receiving so much popularity among the viewers. The drama revolves around the mystery of riches who hide their secrets and crimes to display their luxurious lives. It is full of secrets, which make viewers more eager to know, what is going to happen in the next episode. Fans are eagerly waiting for its new episodes. So, the wait is over for the fans as High Class Episode 12 is going to air soon this week.

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High Class Episode 12

Watch Online 

The drama, High Class is available on tvN. You can also stream it online on Dramacool.

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