Let Me Be Your Knight Episode 05 is already released on 05 December 2021 at 11:05 PM KST on SBS. Fans are excited about the release.
Let Me Be Your Knight is a South Korean television series written by Seo Jeong-eun and directed by Ahn Ji-sook. The series was released on SBS TV on November 7, 2021, and airs every Sunday at 11:05. (KST). It’s also available to watch on iQIYI in some countries.
Plot Of The Let Me Be Your Knight
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Yoon Tae-In (Lee Jun-Young), the leader of Luna, is a South Korean idol. Sleepwalking is an issue for him. To covertly cure his illness, a phony doctor begins to live with him.
Yoon-Joo (Jung In-Sun) is a tour guide.
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Her ambition is to one day own a home. Yoon Tae-In, Lee Shin (JR), Kim Yoo-Chan (Yoon Ji-Sung), Woo Ga-On (Kim Dong-Hyun), and Seo Woo-Yeon are involved in an incident and begin living as fake doctors with the Luna members: Yoon Tae-In, Lee Shin (JR), Kim Yoo-Chan (Yoon Ji-Sung), Woo Ga-On (Kim Dong-Hyun) (Jang Dong-Joo).
Let Me Be Your Knight Episode 05 Release Date And More
Let Me Be Your Knight is a popular South Korean television series that debuted on November 7, 2021, and has since become one of the country’s most popular. After only a few episodes, this series was so successful that it was renewed for a second season.
Let Me Be Your Knight has already aired, and a few episodes have been shown. Let Me Be Your Knight Episode 5 will be available on December 5, 2021.
Where To Watch
Let Me Be Your Knight Korean Drama Ep 5 breaths of air on tvN in South Korea at 11.05 p.m. KST. It is also available on Dramacool, a South Korean online platform. Let Me Be Your Knight is available on Viki and iQIYI for international viewers.
Both websites offer mobile applications for improved and easier access. However, keep in mind that the iQIYI streaming option is only available in a few countries.
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