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Money Game Episode 3: Streaming, and Details

Money Game Episode 3
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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 poster

Money Game poster. Source: tVN

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.

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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 update?

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.