Money Game Episode 3: Streaming, Release Date, and Details
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Money Game (머니게임) is the newest South Korean drama by network tVN, which has begun airing on January 15. Kim Sang-Ho (Spring Must Be Coming, Hwajung) is serving as the director of the drama, with Lee Young-Mi providing the writing to the show. The drama is going to air every Wednesday and Thursday from January 15 to March 5 at 21:30 KST (Korean Standard Time). It replaces tvN’s Psycopath Diary and Memorist on the Wednesday and Thursday timeslots.
Money Game Cast
tvN’s Money Game features Go Soo (Heart Surgeons, Flower in Prison), Shim Eun-Kyung (The Princess and the Matchmaker, Cantabile Tomorrow), and Lee Sung-min (Misaeng, Entourage). This is Shim Eun-Kyung’s comeback to dramas after a hiatus for five years. Yoo Teo, Choi Duk-moon, Choi Woong, Choi Byung-Mo, Jo Jae-Ryong are also some names from the show.
Where to watch Money Game Episode 3 online?
Unfortunately, there is no official way to stream Money Game Episode 3 online. You will have to resort to unofficial streaming websites as Money Game is aired exclusively on tVN in South Korean.
When is Money Game Episode 3 Release Date?
As noted above, the third episode of Money Game should release on Thursday, January 23, at 21:30 KST on tVN. The show will air till March 5, 2020, as it consists of 16 episodes in total.
You can watch a clip of the show below:
Money Game Plot and Characters
The nation-toppling story of Money Game revolves around a bank nearing its bankruptcy, and the government has equity in it. Fearing that another financial crisis could occur just like what happened in 1997 – the Asian Financial Crisis (called IMF Crisis in Korea) – the Financial Services Commission tries to prevent such an incident from happening.
Chae Yi-Hun (played by Go Soo) is an economics bureau worker who lives in his father’s shadow, as his father is known as the greatest economist in Korea. Yi-Hun wants to prove to his family that he can succeed on his own. Heo Jae (played by Lee Sung-Min) is Yi-Hun’s boss at the Financial Services Commission. Ambitious by nature, Heo Jae will go to any length to make his ambitions a reality.
Finally, Lee Hye-Joon (played by Shim Eun-Kyung) is a hard-working employee who has gotten to her position merely through her struggles and dedication. She works at the International Finance Bureau of Ministry of Economy and Finance.