Reflection of You Episode 3 is going to release on October 20, 2021. Fans are eagerly waiting for the new episodes to release soon.
Reflection of You is a South Korean drama web series. Yoo Bo-ra and Lim Hyeon-work are the writer and directors of this popular drama. It is based on the novel Someone Who Looks Like You by Jung So-Hyeon.
The show stars starring Go Hyun-Jung, Shin Hyun-been, Choi Won-young, and Kim Sang-ho in the main lead role. The first episode premiered on October 13, 2021, and only within the first few episodes, it has received immense popularity and affection from audiences all around the world.
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The story revolves around Jung Hee Joo who is a married woman living her life with her husband and kids. She is a painter and has a successful work life. Although her present seems perfect, she had a dark past with a troubled childhood in living through poverty and depression. She still feels that everything around her is just as she is living in a fictional world and she still feels that her life is meaningless.
One day while she was visiting her daughter in her school, she saw a woman that reminded her of her past life. She felt that the pain she has been trying to bury deep inside her heart has just surfaced and it all felt like it was yesterday. She wondered if all this was just a mere coincidence or life was planning something else. She saw that even though the women resembled her and her past, she still managed to live her life to the fullest. Will everything change once they come in contact with each other?
Reflection of You Episode 3 Release Date
It is going to release on October 20, 2021. Fans are eagerly waiting for the new episodes. As we can see in the trailer, we can assume that the series is headed in somewhat a dark direction. We are excited to witness how things will fall into place and what will happen next. There are just 2 more days left for this amazing series to hit the streaming platform.
Where to watch?
You can stream it on Netflix.
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