Netflix K-Drama ‘Run On’: Stream It or Skip It?

  • POSTED ON: December 15, 2020

Are you a fan of Korean
dramas? Well, we have good news for you!

As you know, Korean
dramas are receiving a lot of love and admiration globally nowadays. It has
gained immense popularity in the last few years. We bet that if you’re reading
this, you’ve already watched “The World of Married” on Netflix because it’s
considered to be the most popular and highest ranked Korean series in the

Anyway, we’re not here
to talk about old classics but to establish what’s new, hot, and binge
worthy.  And you know what? We have scoop
on ‘Run On” – the new 16-episode series that will be launching on the platform
on the 16th of December.

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Official Release Date &
Episodes Details                                      

Like we said, Netflix
is releasing a new K-Drama series known as “Run On” on Wednesday and it is
directed by Lee Jae Hoon. The screenplay is written by Park Shi Hyun. The
streaming platform will be releasing new episodes of the series every Wednesday
and Thursday from the 16th of December. The show is set to have 16
episodes in the first season.

The finale of the
series will be concluded on February 4th, 2021. The run time of
every episode is targeted at 70 minutes. The series will also be telecasted in
South Korea’s cable television network called jTBC before its big premiere on

We’re all elated with
the news because we have another show to binge watch – what a delight!

Series Analysis

We discussed before
that anybody who’s an avid fan of K-drama must have watched “The World of the
Married” at least once. It’s determined the top spot and become the highest-rated K-drama with a rating of 28.371%. Hence, to establish the top spot, Run
On has a tough competition and has to beat the best of all.

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The Plot

So, you must be
thinking what the show is all about? Well, Ki Sun Gyeom is a sports agent who
was a sprinter in her earlier days. He was in the national team but was forced
to quit due to a controversial legal case. Oh, Mi-Joo is a subtitle translator
and she is excited to see her name in the end credits of a movie for the first

Seo Dan-A aims to
become the future of Seomyung Group but is pushed down by her potential
competitors. There’s also an art major Lee Youn-Hwa who enters the life of Seo
Dan-A and they start a new romance. He is kind and empathetic.

If you’re new to Korean
dramas, you should begin this exploratory journey with Crash Landing On You and
It’s Okay To Not Be Okay! You can watch on Netflix, and if not, there are
K-dramas on Viu, too! Run On is a Netflix K-Drama that you can stream it or
skip it from tomorrow. We suggest that you go ahead and give it a try as the
trailer looks promising.

Stay tuned to Hayvine as we disclose more information about this new series and other interesting movies, MP3s and activities that you can enjoy during your December Global Holidays!


Updated December 15, 2020
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