The Interest of Love will be back on JTBC on January 4 with episode 5 and on January 5 with episode 6. Starring K-drama stunner Moon Ga Young, The first two episodes of the Netflix show have been praised by critics.
K-dramas like Extraordinary Attorney Woo and Cheer Up were some of the best romcoms that came out in 2022. Fans can watch new shows like The Interest of Love on JTBC, Island on tvN, and The Glory starring Song Hye Kyo on Netflix.
The Interest Of Love Episode 5 and 6 Release Date
The Interest of Love Season 1 Episode 5 will come out on January 4 at around 3 p.m. (GMT) or 10 p.m. (ET) and The Interest of Love Season 1 Episode 6 will come out on January 5. The people who work on subtitles at Netflix are very fast, so English subs should be available right away.
Episode 5 should be about 1 hour and 10 minutes long, which is about the same length as the other episodes.
Where to Watch the Interest of Love Season 1?
Anyone in the world with a Netflix account can watch episodes 3 and 4 of the first season of The Interest of Love at the above time and date. South Koreans can watch it on JTBC every Wednesday and Thursday at 22:00, the same time it airs on Netflix every Wednesday and Thursday (KST).
The Interest of Love Episode 5 Expectations
Su-Yeong feels something when Sang-Su takes a romantic step. He feels responsible for Mi-Gyeong, who thinks her Seonbae likes her. Unfortunately, this ties him down. When Mi-Gyeong tells Su-yeong that she told Sang-Su how she felt, Su-yeong sees the proof in front of her, and her heart breaks even more. Meanwhile, is Shi-Kyung bullying Su-Yeong?
The Interest of Love Episode 3 Review
What a shame, because The Interest of Love was doing so well up until that last conversation. Sang-Su seems to have been playing games with Su-Yeong the whole time, especially if that hug is any indication. This shows his petulant, childish side, which is frustrating because he has someone who is cool, bubbly, and likes him for who he is. Su-Yeong and Sang-Su, on the other hand, have this weird toxic relationship that doesn’t seem to be getting better.
This mystery box isn’t ready to be opened yet, but it seems like a pretty simple mystery, especially if we have to wait a long time to find out why Sang-Su didn’t show up for the date.
The managers at the KCU bank are all very bad, and while I understand that this may be a more accurate representation of what it’s like to work in a place like this in the real world, it makes it hard to really like the supporting characters. But it looks like the drama will keep going tomorrow, so we’ll have to see what happens next.
The Interest of Love Episode 4 Review
After a slow and shaky start, The Interest of Love seems to be getting its act together and getting back into the love square it is making. We see a lot less stalking and needy Sang-Su and a lot more sad looks and long-standing problems that need to be worked out between our characters, which is much better for the slice-of-life story.
Most of the time, The Interest of Love is a pretty good look at “real life” love, and it’s interesting to see how Mi-Gyeong and Su-Yeong see the world differently. This time, Mi-Gyeong tells us how kind Sang-Su is and how much he cares about the people he likes, which I guess makes up for the problems his character had in the first couple of chapters.
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The Interest of Love will be back on JTBC on January 4 with episode 5 and on January 5 with episode 6. The first two episodes have been praised by critics. South Koreans can watch it every Wednesday and Thursday at 22:00, the same time it airs on Netflix. After a shaky start, The Interest of Love seems to be getting its act together. We see a lot less stalking and needy Sang-Su and a lot more sad looks. Mi-Gyeong makes up for the problems his character had in the first couple of chapters.