Uncle Episode 4
Uncle is a Korean remake of the BBC drama with the same name. Following a down and out musician with no fans or prospects, Joon-Hyuk’s life hits rock bottom. He also has an estranged sister called Joon-Hee. However, with things looks bleak, Joon-Hyuk turns to his sister for help.
Joon-Hee meanwhile has just come out of an abusive relationship. She moves into a cheap apartment and decides to try and make a fresh start. Unfortunately her ex tries to take Ji-Hoo, her son, away. In order to try and sort all of this out, Ji-Hoo ends up living with Joon-Hyuk. Only, the child suffers from both OCD and anxiety.
Will Joon-Hyuk manage to help turn the fate of his sister and nephew around while maintaining balance in his own life? We’ll have to find out!
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 Uncle episode 3, including its release date, time and where you can watch this.
Where Can I Watch Uncle?
Uncle is available to stream on Viki. It’s listed as a Viki Original, although it may be worth checking on Viu in some regions as it may be playing there too.
For Koreans though, this is a late night TV Chosun Original and airs on Saturdays and Sundays at 9.00pm (KST)
Uncle Episode 4 Release Date
Uncle Episode 4 will release outside Korea on Sunday 19th December at approximately 3pm (GMT)/ 7am (PT). Of course, it’s really dependent on how quickly the streaming platforms upload this content. Do allow for some time after that for the episode to be fully subbed too.
The subtitle team at Viki can be a little slow so expect around 24 hours or so before the entire chapter is completed. However, the subtitles are more in-depth and accurate than Netflix’s. Expect a little less time delay for Viu and iQiyi.
We predict that episode 4 will be roughly 1 hour and 9 minutes long, which is consistent with the time-frame for the rest of the show.
How Many Episodes Will Uncle Have?
Uncle is a 16 episode k-drama, so we’ve got 12 more episodes after this one, with the usual array of two episodes releasing a week. Expect the story to continue delivering a beautiful blend of drama and comedy across the coming chapters.
Is There A Trailer For Uncle?
There is indeed! You can find a trailer for Uncle Season 1 below.
What do you hope to see as the series marches through its storyline? What’s been your favorite moment of Uncle so far? Let us know in the comments below!