Has Link: Eat, Love, Kill been renewed for Season 2? Here’s what we know:

Renewed Or Cancelled?

Link: Eat, Love, Kill is a quirky midweek K-drama combining romance, drama and fantasy into a neat little story. With compelling characters and a fun storyline, this one has been an enjoyable watch.

If you’ve been following this one, you may be wondering if this has been renewed or cancelled.


What is Link: Eat, Love, Kill Season 1 about?

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.


Has Link: Eat, Love, Kill been renewed for season 2?

At the time of writing, tvN have not renewed Kiss Sixth Sense for season 2. Given the ratings over the weeks, it’ll be interesting to see if they actually do renew this for a follow-up.

Despite being shown on Disney+ at specific regions, tvN do have ratings available to look over. The first episode began with 3.1% share but since then has been all over the place, with lows of 1.4% and an average of around 2.4%

However, given most k-dramas wrap up their stories in a single season, plus the ratings being so sporadic, it’s very rare to find these sort of shows renewed. Based on this, we predict Link: Eat, Love, Kill will not be renewed.

We’ll be sure to update this section with more details as they become available.


What we know about season 2 so far:

Barely anything is known about a second season given tvN have not announced whether this will be renewed or not.

Most Korean dramas are reserved to one season and with the rare exception of ongoing Netflix shows (Love ft. Marriage and Divorce, Hospital Playlist etc.) then it seems unlikely that this one will be renewed.

However, there is always the possibility that the actors return for a follow-up, although that is very slim indeed. For now, we’re under the impression that Link: Eat, Love, Kill won’t return for another season.

We generally aim to update this page when more information becomes available.


Would you like to see Link: Eat, Love, Kill return for a second season? Or do you think the story has run its course? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!

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