Jirisan Episode 11: Release Date and Watch Online

Jirisan Episode 11 is expected to release on 27th November 2021. Viewers are excited about upcoming episodes.

It is an ongoing South Korean television series. It is named after the eponymous mountain in South Korea and has been promoted as “tvN’s 15th Anniversary Special Drama”.

It premiered on tvN and airs every Saturday and Sunday.

Everything you need to know 

Jirisan is an ongoing South Korean television series starring one of the favorite actors, Jun Ji-Hyun and Ju Ji-hoon. It is set against the backdrop of towering views of Mount Jiri. The story of “Jirisan” involves a rescue crew of people of the Jirisan National Park.

They climb through the mysterious regions of mountains, and find missing people in the depths of the mountains and also rescue people who are at risk while hiking. It is centered around the mystery of many visitors, those who come to kill, and those who come to end their lives.

Jirisan Episode 11

In the story, the crew is trying to find a missing high school student in the mountains. The series then forwards to 2020 where we see Seo Yi Kang in a wheelchair and Kang Hyun Jo in a coma.

In the recent episode, Hyun Jo and Yi Gang have a lovely time together, but on the other hand, a new disaster awaits them.

Jirisan Episode 11

Cast and Characters 

  • Jun Ji-hyun as Seo Yi-kang
  • Kim Do-yeon as teenager Seo Yi-kang.
  • Kang Ji-woo as young Seo Yi-kang.
  • Ju Ji-hoon Kang Hyun-jo.
  • Sung Dong-il as Jo Dae-jin.
  • Oh Jung-se as Jung Goo-young, and many more.
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Jirisan Episode 11

Jirisan: Episode 11 Release Date 

This ongoing South Korean television series is getting huge popularity within the premier of just a few episodes. As the series starring, the audience’s one of the favorite actors Jun Ji-Hyun. It is receiving so much love from the viewers. Now, the wait is over as Jirisan Episode 11 is going to premiere on 27th November 2021.

Watch Online 

Viewers can stream “Jirisan” online on the tvN network. You can also watch it on Viki and iQiyi.

Stay tuned with Stanford Art Review for more updates.

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