Hometown Cha Cha Cha Season 1 Episode 16 is expected to be released on Sunday,17th October at 3 PM BST via Netflix. Fans are excited about the release.
The series is written by Shin Ha-eun under the working title of Hong Ban-Jang with Kim Seon-ho and Shin Min-a being offered the lead. It is directed by Yu Je-won. The series is the remake of the 2004 South Korean movie “Mr. Hong”. The first episode of Hometown Cha Cha Cha was released on August 28, 2021.
About the Series.
The series has been rated as one the best performing K-dramas of 2021, with every single episode being the most-watched show on its broadcast programming in South Korea.
The series starts with an intelligent and pretty dentist, Yoon Hye-Jin living in a big city who lost her job after accusing the head doctor of the clinic of overdoing patient’s treatment for extra profit. She then starts her journey to the perfect Seaside Village of Gongjin, where she meets a handsome guy, Hong Du-Sik whom everyone calls Chief Hong. Everyone in the village respects him and appreciates him for taking care of the elders and not being shy away from any odd jobs. Officially, he is unemployed, but he always seems busy. Fortuitously, their paths cross several times and they start liking each other, while Di-Sik constantly helps Yoon Hye-Jin out of trouble. Though they are very different people, the two grow to know each other as Du-Sik helps Hye-Jin adapt to small-town life.
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— cia (@hanjipyeong) October 15, 2021
Spoilers and Predictions
Du-Sik is involved in a fatal accident that resulted in Jeong-U’s death and Kim Gi’s-Hoo’s paraplegic. After knowing about the death, he tries to attempt suicide which he fails. Du-sik will possibly undergo emotional pain due to the overwhelming event. Hye-Jin might breakdown down their relationship while Sung-Hyun might be the one who saves Du-sik.
Hometown Cha Cha Cha Season 1 Episode 16 Release date
Hometown Cha Cha Cha’s final episode 16 will release on Sunday, October 17th at 3 PM BST. International viewers would be able to watch the upcoming new episode through Netflix a few minutes after the release of its official premiere.
Where to watch?
You can watch the series on Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon. Fans of the show can live to stream it via Hulu’s Live Tv service.
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