The King: Eternal Monarch Episode 1: Release Date & Streaming Details
The King: Eternal Monarch
The King: Eternal Monarch is an upcoming K-drama starring names such as Lee Min Ho, Kim Go Eun and Woo Do Hwan. The SBS show will be seeing the return of Lee Min Ho return to the screen after getting done with his military service, so there’s a lot of viewers who are anticipating for the show to debut.
The King: Eternal Monarch tell the story of a man and woman from completely different time periods who fall in love with each other. Lee Min Ho plays the role of Emperor Lee Gon while Kim Go Eun plays detective Jung Tae Eul. Other members of the cast include Lee Jung Jin, Kim Young Ok, and Jeon Bae Soo.
The K-drama is directed by Baek Sang Hoon and written by Kim Eun Sook. It is going to soon make its premiere and in this article you will find the streaming details and release date of the The King: Eternal Monarch.
The only thing I want in life is to ride off with Lee Min-ho on a white horse. The King: Eternal Monarch arrives April 17. pic.twitter.com/hkoGyzUsBK
The King: Eternal Monarch episode 1 will release on Friday, April 17, 2020 at 22:00 KST (Korea Standard Time) on the SBS network in Korea. The show will be releasing episodes on Fridays and Saturdays weekly. The King: Eternal Monarch is set for 16 episodes.
Where to Watch The King: Eternal Monarch Episode 1 Online?
The King: Eternal Monarch episode 1 can be streamed on Netflixwith English subtitles when it releases on April 17, 2020. With a Netflix subscription, you can watch The King: Eternal Monarch online. Hospital Playlist can be streamed on Netflix via desktop, mobile phones and tablets, and smart TVs.
What is The King: Eternal Monarch About?
The King: Eternal Monarch is about Korean Emperor Lee Gon who is the third in his dynasty. He is revered as a great and just king by his subjects, however, not everything is as clear and nice as it seems on the surface. Yi Gon has a wound in his heart that he hides behind his flawless appearance and personality. Back when he was just eight years in age, his father was assassinated in front of his very own eyes during a coup attempt.
Instead of tending to his kingdom, Emperor Lee Gon prefers to attend university conferences and lectures. While attending one such event, he gets transported into a parallel world where he crosses paths with South Korean detective Jung Tae Eul.
The Devil that was released upon the human world is the reason behind Emperor Lee Gon’s mysterious transportation to the parallel world. The Devil poses the questions that whether or not he lived a good life in his world, and if he could live a better one in the other world. The door to this parallel world must be closed, and Emperor Lee Gon tries to do just that.