Nobody Knows Episode 14: Release Date and Streaming Details
Nobody Knows SBS’s newest crime and mystery melodrama that made its premiere on 2 March 2020. It stars Kim Seo Hyung, Ryu Deok Hwan, Park Hoon, and Ahn Ji Ho in the lead roles.
The K-drama is directed by Lee Jung Heum and written by Kim Eun Hyang. It started airing in early March and is set to conclude on 21 April 2020. The show is about Cha Young Jin (played by Kim Seo Hyung), who is a detective in the regional investigation unit, and she has only one goal in mind – to catch the serial killer “Stigmata” that killed her best friend 19 years ago. A teacher who works with at-risk children, Lee Sun Woo (played by Ryu Deok Hwan), gets involved with her investigation.
The thought-provoking show is about the job of upbringing and youth who might have had a good life if they were in the hands of good, competent adults.
The show had premiered a webtoon ahead of the premiere depicting why Cha Young-jin became a detective. It was released on KakaoPage. 13 episodes of the show have already aired, and in this article, you will find the streaming details and airing time of Nobody Knows Episode 14.
Sky Castle's Kim Seo Hyung is a detective in the newest intense mystery drama "Nobody Knows". March 3 on Viu. pic.twitter.com/nLOdhK2wjH
Nobody Knows episode 14 will release on Tuesday, 14 April, 2020, at 22:00 KST (Korea Standard Time) on SBS. This will be the second set of an episode of the week as the show releases two episodes in a week back to back on Mondays and Tuesdays.
Where to Watch Nobody Knows Episode 14 Online?
Nobody Knows episode 14 will be available to stream with English subtitles on pretty much all streaming platforms that have a K-drama library. These include Rakuten Viki, Kocowa, OnDemandKorea, and Viu. Note that the show might not be available in your region, so you might have to use a VPN service or proxy to bypass the regional restriction to view the show.
"If I had answered her phone calls, she might have not been killed"
Kim Seo Hyung as Cha Young Jin
Kim Sae Ron as young Cha Young Jin
Ryu Deok Hwan as Lee Sun Woo
Park Hoon as Baek Sang Ho
Ahn Ji-ho as Go Eun Ho
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Min Jin Woong as Lee Jae Hong
Kang Ye Won as Yoo Ja Young
Jun Suk Chan as Kim Byung Hee
Baek Soo Jang as Park Jin-Soo
Park Chul Min as Han Geun Man
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Kang Shin Il as Seo Sang Won
Kwon Hae Hyo as Jang Gi Ho
Baek Hyun Joo as Lee Hee Jung
Jeon Moo Song as Kwon Jae Chun