Jinx Episode 6: Release Date and Watch Online

Jinx Episode 6 is going to release on October 23, 2021. Viewers are excited to watch the latest episodes of this K-drama series.

Jinx is a South Korean television drama series written by Moon Woo Young and directed by Nam Tae Jin. It is also known as Jingkeuseu. It’s a romantic fantasy series starring SF9 idol Chani and WJSN idol Eunseo as leading roles. The series premiered on October 6, 2021, on Kakao TV. It airs every Wednesday and Saturday at 9:00 am.


About Jinx

The story revolves around Kyu Han, an unlucky college student who is cursed with bad luck. He looks like an ordinary college student, but he is not ordinary. Every time he sneezes, things go exactly the opposite way of what he expects. He is always in trouble for this supernatural curse. Despite having bad luck, he decides to pursue his one-sided crush.

Kyu Han’s one-sided crush Se Kyung does not seem to be interested in romance. She is beautiful and has many admirers. She seems to be cold and heartless, but she is soft-hearted. Se Kyung has built a wall around herself because she is still struggling with painful memories.

Jinx Episode 6

Kyu Han is unlucky, but he is not hopeless. He believes if he tries his best, there is nothing he can not achieve. He never gives up his hope. With his charming and positive personality, Kyu Han has won the hearts of viewers. If you are looking for a sweet romantic drama series, this series is a must-watch for you.

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Jinx Episode 6 Release Date

It is going to release on October 23, 2021, on Kakao TV. New episodes of the K-drama series air every Wednesday and Saturday at 9:00 am. It will also be available on the official website of Kakao TV. Fans are eagerly waiting for the upcoming episode.

Where to Watch Online

You can watch all the latest episodes of Jinx on the official website of Kakao TV. The website is region restricted, so it is not available in all countries. Some international viewers might have to wait a little longer.

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