Reflection of You Chapter 4 is expected to be released on 21st October 2021. Fans are excited and eagerly waiting for its release.
Reflection of You is a South Korean drama, written by Yoo Bo Ra and directed by I’m Hyun Wook. Fans have a lot of positive expectations because of the director. This drama is about to release 16 episodes in total, one after the other by December 2021. Each episode will run for 1hr 10min.
About Reflection of You
Table of Contents
Table of content
• Plot of Reflection of You
• Reflection of You Chapter 4 Release Date
• Where to Read Drama Online
The plot of Reflection of You
There are two protagonists in this drama. Yet they are entirely different from each other but still have a reflection of each other and this is what has a meaning with the title of the drama. When one is corrupted, betrayed and the other one is enjoying fame and popularity.
The story deals with the life of a woman, Jung Hee Joo. When she was young she had a very poor and hard time. Now after growing up she has become a successful painter and married the successor of a hospital.
Though she is successful and has a happy family with 2 children and her husband, she still feels she is jobless and has no meaning in life. One day Hee Joo meets a woman who is a reflection of her. This new woman had the same youth just like her and also had a hard time in her early days just like her. But same as her, the new woman also shines in her life. We will read what happens next? How did Hee Jee react after meeting her and how did she handle the situation?
This season we will read more about the relation between Hae-won and Hee Joo. All of them are someway connected. We can also expect to have a love triangle in the upcoming new chapters.
Reflection of You Chapter 4 Release Date
Reflection of You Seasons 1 Episode 4 will be released on October 21, 2021, at 22.30 or 10.30 PM KST. It will broadcast two days a week, Wednesday and Thursday with a watching hour of 70 minutes.
Where to Read Drama Online
You can watch Reflection of You on JTBC Network and Netflix(with a subscription).
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