Netflix K-Drama ‘Run On’ Season 1: Plot, Cast, Trailer & Episode Release Dates

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Netflix K-Drama ‘Run On’ Season 1

Attention, all Korean drama lovers! Korean dramas and movies are becoming popular day by day. Most of the Korean drama fans would have watched ‘The World of Married’ on Netflix. It is one of the popular and highest ranked Korean series in the world with a massive fan following. If you are waiting for a brand new Korean series to bing-watch, here is good news for you. 

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‘Run On’ Official Release Date and Episodes Details

Netflix is all set to release its original K-Drama series called ‘Run On’. Directed by Lee Jae Hoon and written by Park Shi Hyun, the first season of ‘Run On’ will premiere on Netflix on 16th December 2020, which is coming Wednesday. Run On has a total of 16 episodes in its first season. Netflix will release a new episode of ‘Run On’ every Wednesday and Thursday. 

“Run On” series will conclude with its finale on February 4th, 2021. Each episode of Run On will have a run time of approximately 70 minutes. Run On will be telecasted in South Korea’s cable television network called jTBC before getting premiered on Netflix. 

This news has been a delight to all the K-Drama fans. They can now binge-watch this brand new K-Drama from the beginning.

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‘Run On’ Rating Analysis

‘The world of the married’ is the highest-ranked K-Drama series with a huge rating of 28.371%. ‘Run On’ needs to surpass this ranking to become the highest-ranked K-Drama series. To catch a spot in the top 50, ‘Run On’ needs to beat the tvN drama Hi Bye, Mama!, with a rating that is higher than 6.519% value.

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The plot of ‘Run On’ 

Ki Sun Gyeom, a sports agent who was earlier a sprinter for the South Korean national team is forced to quit because of a controversial legal case. A subtitle translator called Oh Mi-Joo is excited and startled to see her name for the very first time in the end credits of a movie. 

Seo Dan-A is aspired to become the future head of Seomyung Group but is pushed down by her potential competitors. Art major Lee Youn-Hwa will appear in the life of Seo Dan-A and they both become closer as Seo Dan-A is impressed by Lee Youn-Hwa’s empathetic and kind nature. 

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