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My Engineer Episode 7 Release Date & Streaming Details

My Engineer Episode 7 Release Date

This week’s Thai Drama will continue with My Engineer that will be releasing its episode 7. With me here I have the latest information about My Engineer Episode 7 release date, streaming details, and the scheduled episodes that this drama will be covering for its first season. This is good news for the fans but its a little bit saddening that we are halfway through the season, so only a few weeks are left. But then again, this means that things will be getting interesting in the story as well.

My Engineer Episode 7 Release Date

My Engineer Episode 7 will be released on Saturday, 25 April 2020. This Drama is broadcasted every Saturday in local Thai channels. This season is scheduled for 14 episodes that will run for the Drama’s first season with each episode running for 50 minutes. For those who would like to access this show online check out the latest official streaming details below.

Where To Watch My Engineer Episode 7

You will be able to watch My Engineer Episode 7 online on Tencent Video online which covers most parts of the world so you wouldn’t need to worry about its access. You can also catch up on episodes you might have missed or you can even binge-watch the season from Episode 1.

What Is My Engineer Drama About?

My Engineer Episode 7
My Engineer

When a popular Engineering student, Bohn, starts a revenge plan on Duen, the innocent first-year medical student, their feelings slowly surfaces. This started when Duen started to buy roses for Bohn every day for a month. This Drama brings out the different sides of each couple and their journey with friends and relationships. Over the first season, their feelings will slowly evolve between them as they encounter other couples and friends.

My Engineer Drama Cast

My Engineer is directed by Lit Samajarn and the official characters were revealed as follows:

  • Cooper Patpasit Na SongKhl acting as Bohn
  • Poy Kristsanapong as Duen
  • Perth Nakhun Screaigh as Ram
  • Lay Talay Sanguandikun as King
  • Ryan Peng as Mek