My Liberation Notes Episode 11 Preview: Release Date, Time & Where To Watch

My Liberation Notes Episode 11

My Liberation Notes is a family K-drama, following three siblings and a stranger as they seek to be freed from their complicated lives.

Yeom Gi-Jeong (Lee El), the eldest, is very hot tempered. She spends a lot of her time travelling back and forth from Seoul to Sanpo village because of her job. She has a lot of issues in her life and is desperate to find love.

Yeom Mi-Jeong (Kim Ji-Won), the youngest is quite the opposite. She is shy and an introvert. She feels lonely and unfilled in her boring life.

Yeom Chang-Hee (Lee Min-Ki), the middle child, wants to leave his childhood home in Sanpo. He is the black sheep of the family and doesn’t really have a dream.

One day, a mysterious man called Mr Gu arrives in Sanpo. He drinks a lot and seems to have a lot of secrets. Intrigued, Yeom Mi-Jeong decides to approach him.

If you’ve been following this one, 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 My Liberation Notes Episode 11, including its release date, time and where you can watch this.

Where Can I Watch My Liberation Notes?

My Liberation Notes will be available to watch on Netflix worldwide. For Koreans though, this is a JTBC original and airs on Saturdays and Sundays at 10.30pm (KST)

My Liberation Notes Episode 11 Release Date

My Liberation Notes Episode 11 will release on Saturday 14th May at approximately 4pm (GMT)/ 11am (ET). The subtitle team over at Netflix are incredibly quick so expect English subs to be available immediately.

Expect episode 11 to be roughly 1 hour and 5 minutes long, which is consistent with the rest of the run-time for this drama.

How Many Episodes Will My Liberation Notes have?

My Liberation Notes is a 16 episode k-drama, with the usual array of two episodes releasing a week. Expect plenty of drama as we follow the three siblings as they desperately search for some happiness in their unfulfilled lives.

With this in mind, expect there to be another 5 episodes after this one.

Is There A Trailer For My Liberation Notes?

There is indeed! You can find a trailer for My Liberation Notes Season 1 below:

What Happened In Episode 10?

Episode 10 continued to develop our characters, with Gu confronting parts of his past, Gi-Jeong is put in another awkward encounter and Mi-Jeong continues to drift.

We’ve got the whole episode covered with our handy (and lengthy) recap, detailing all the big plot points and discussing the chapter at length. You can find that below:

Read More: My Liberation Notes Episode 10 Recap & Review

What do you hope to see as the series progresses? What are you most looking forward to? Let us know in the comments below!

1 thought on “My Liberation Notes Episode 11 Preview: Release Date, Time & Where To Watch”

  1. Thank you so much for giving me this platform to share my comments. I would have stopped watching MLN if it weren’t for Lee Min-Ki and the scriptwriter, Park Hae-young. I was impressed with Park Hae-young’s script in the TV series Another Ms. Oh. Miss Park is a remarkable scriptwriter. This was proven again by episode 10. I thought I would never say this, but the director filmed the scene where Chang-Hee shamelessly asked Mr. Gu about the car key he saw in Mr. Gu’s bathroom to perfection!

    Just watched episode 11 this morning on Netflix. I am so happy that Gi-Jeong has finally liberated herself from being dependent on other’s advice. I love the restaurant scene. It would be more interesting if Gi-Jeong’s boss start falling fall for Gi-Jeong. I want Tae-Hoon’s sister realize that she was wrong for judging Gi-Jeong’s character and making her feel unworthy of Tae-Hoon’s attention.

    I am also happy that Chang-Hee did not become a total show-off after Mr. Gu let him drive his Rolls-Royce. I want him and Hyun-ah to start dating.

    I would be very grateful to JTBC if they extend the series. I am just starting to get excited after episode 10. I hope MLN is gaining unprecedented popularity and praises in SK. That’s the only way JTBC will extend the show. Nevertheless, thank you so much JTBC for bringing MLN to Netflix.

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