Link: Eat, Love, Kill Episode 11
Link: Eat, Love, Kill is a fantasy mystery K-drama about a man and woman who share the same emotional state. Eun Gye-Hoon is a chef who sets up a restaurant in town where his twin sister went missing 20 years back.
Gye-Hoon finds himself randomly experiencing emotions one day, spontaneously crying and laughing. But why? Well, it turns out these are the emotions of a woman named Noh Da-Hyun.
If you’ve been following this one over the weeks, you may be curious to find out when the next episode is releasing. Well, wonder no more!
Here is everything you need to know about episode 11 of Link: Eat, Love, Kill, including the release date, time and where you can watch this.
Where Can I Watch Link: Eat, Love, Kill?
Link: Eat, Love, Kill is available to watch on Disney+ but only in selected regions. These unfortunately do not include the UK, the US, India or the Philippines. Yep, it’s another of Disney’s K-dramas that aren’t available for most of the world!
The list of confirmed countries that can watch this on Disney+ are as follows:
- South Korea
- Hong Kong
Brazil is also due to follow at some point in 2022. Unfortunately this means a good number of people will be unable to watch this one without a VPN. However, given Snowdrop released internationally several weeks after the final episode broadcast, we’re holding out hope that Disney do the same with this one too.
As this is a Disney+ Original, the streaming platform is the only place to watch this one.
Link: Eat, Love, Kill Episode 11 Release Date
Link: Eat, Love, Kill Episode 11 will drop on Disney+ Monday 11th July at approximately 7pm (IST). The subtitle team over at Disney+ are quick at translating, so do expect subs to be available immediately.
Expect episode 11 to be roughly 1 hour and 3 minutes long, which is consistent with the time-frame for the rest of the show.
How Many Episodes Will Link: Eat, Love, Kill Have?
Link: Eat, Love, Kill has been scheduled for 16 episodes. With that in mind, we’ve got 5 more episodes after this one, with two episodes releasing on Monday and Tuesdays each week. Expect the story to continue developing over time, with plenty of sizzling chemistry between the leads.
Is There A Trailer For Link: Eat, Love, Kill?
There is indeed! You can find a trailer for Link: Eat, Love, Kill Season 1 below.
What do you hope to see as the series progresses? What’s been your favorite moment of Link: Eat, Love, Kill so far? Let us know in the comments below!