Connect (K-drama) Preview
2022 is coming to an end with two shows starring Jung Hae-in in the lead role and Connect looks to be a real thriller. Dong-soo, a human being with an immortal body, was kidnapped by an organ trafficking organization. In the middle of his surgery, he wakes up and somehow manages to escape the procedure after one of his two eyes is extracted.
Connect eventually finds out that he can still see out of his missing eye that has been transplanted to a serial killer, who has made quite a name for himself in Korea. Determined to get back what was taken from him, he pursues the serial killer to make himself whole again.
If you’ve been following the webtoon-based Jung Hae-in K-drama, you may be curious to find out when this new spin-off show is releasing. Well, wonder no more!
Here is everything you need to know about Connect, including its release date, time and where you can watch this.
Where Can I Watch Connect?
Connect (K-drama) will be available to watch internationally on Disney+ and Hulu. The short Studio Dragon K-drama starring Jung Hae-in, Go Kyung-pyo and Kim Hye-jun in the lead roles will only be available on Disney+. Presently, there is not much information about the release of the show on any other platform but we will be sure to update this section if there are any changes.
Connect Release Date
All episodes of Connect will release globally on Wednesday 7th December 12am PT/3am ET/8am BST.
Expect the show to have one season with 6 episodes for now. Each episode of Connect will have a run time of approximately 45 to 50 minutes per episode. Also expect episodes to drop with subtitles too.
How Many Episodes Will the K-drama Connect Have?
It has been revealed that the Studio Dragon K-drama, Connect will have a total of 6 episodes, with all episodes releasing at once.
The show stars actors Jung Hae-in as Ha Dong-soo, Go Kyung-pyo as Oh Jin-seok, Kim Hye-jun as Lee I-rang, Kim Roi-ha as Detective Choi as well as Jang Gwang. Connect is the first Korean drama to be directed by a Japanese director as PD Takashi Miike took charge of directing the show.
The series also premiered at 27th Busan International Film Festival in the “Onscreen Section” in October this year where the first three episodes of the show were screened.
Is There A Trailer For Connect?
There is indeed! You can find a trailer for Studio Dragon and Disney+’s K-drama, Connect below:
What do you hope to see as the series progresses? What are you most excited to see with Connect (K-drama)? Let us know in the comments below!