Reflection of You Episode 7 is scheduled to release on November 3, 2021. We all are eagerly waiting for new episodes to release soon.
Reflection of You is a drama series that is created in South Korea by JTBC. Yoo Bo-ra is the original illustrator of this popular drama. Lim Hyeon-wook’s direction in this series is worth mentioning.
The series is all set to win the hearts of millions through its thrilling plotline and drama. The duration of each episode is set to be an hour and a half. The series has been scheduled for a release of 16 episodes in total.
The plot of Reflection of You
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In this K-drama, we get to know the life story of two women who are similar but yet we can see the differences that continue to grow between them. We can say that these women share a past that they are not proud of and when they get face to face with each other after a long time, they feel like life is trying to get back at them.
Jeong Hee-joo is the lead character that we get to see in the trailer. She is a passionate woman with dreams and a future, but she feels like she can never be happy because of the past she had. She had to struggle hard to get everything in the past because of her poverty and even though she is well settled, she feels like that the scars from her past are still there. Next, we see Goo Hae Won who is a nice woman but gets uncomfortable around Hee-Joo.
Reflection of You Episode 7 Release date
The release date of the 7 is November 3, 2021. The series is weekly released every Wednesday and Thursday. We all are excited to witness what will happen next. Gradually, we are seeing all the mysteries are getting revealed. It will be exciting to watch how things will take turns for these women. There are just 3 more days left for upcoming episodes to hit streaming platforms.
JTBC upcoming drama "Reflection of You" release individual character posters of Go Hyunjung, Shin Hyunbeen, Kim Jaeyoung, and Choi Wonyoung
— KPOP WORLD INA (@kpopers_family) September 14, 2021
Where to watch?
It is available for streaming on Netflix.
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