The King: Eternal Monarch Episode 7 Streaming Details, Preview, and Release Date
King Lee Gon and Detective Jung Tae Eul will finally return in The King: Eternal Monarch Episode 7. After the romantic and breathtaking scenes in the previous episode, the ruler of the Kingdom of Corean has travelled back to the Republic of Korea to see the detective. Upon learning the possibility that the man who killed his father is still alive, King Lee Gon decides to see Detective Jung Tae Eul and protect her. In the upcoming episode, we will be seeing how the story progress between the two worlds.
In this Korean drama guide, we will be sharing you all the details that we know about the upcoming episode of The King: Eternal Monarch. In addition, you will also discover where you can watch the series online. Without further ado, let’s get started.
The King: Eternal Monarch Episode 7 Release Date
For fans who are excited to see how the story unfolds between the king and the detective, make sure to get ready for the release of The King: Eternal Monarch episode 7 on Friday, May 8, 2020. The drama series has been releasing two new episodes every week which is set every Friday and Saturday. Once the 7th episode releases, prepare for the episode 8 on Saturday.
The King: Eternal Monarch Episode 7 Preview
As seen in the episode 7 promo trailer, it seems that Lee Gon and Jung Tae Eul will be having their first romantic date which is expected to take place in the Republic of Korea. In the previous episode, we have seen that the king travelled to the parallel world again after realizing that he’s the one putting Jung Tae Eul in danger.
Meanwhile, Royal guard Jo Young has received a call confirming that Luna was found. The trailer also shows that Lee Gon’s guard, Young, has also been brought to the Republic of Korea and have a chance to meet his doppelganger from another world.
Interestingly, it seems that Lee Gon seems to tell Young to immediately take care of something. It still unknown who was the person that the king wants to be killed but I think it will be the traitor who killed his father. Check out the full episode trailer below.
The King: Eternal Monarch Streaming
If your cable subscription has the access to the Korean channel called SBS network, then you can watch the romance-fantasy Korean drama series once it premiers in South Korea. But in case you don’t have the access, your last option to catch Lee Min Ho and Kim Go Eun on their newest drama is by watching it online.
Thankfully, you can legally watch The King: Eternal Monarch on Netflix. As of writing, the series is exclusively streaming on the platform. Make sure that you’re a subscriber to be the first to watch the series.