Where To Watch Kdrama Link: Eat Love Kill Online With English Subtitles?

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Link, also known as Link: Eat Love Kill, is ready to show the chemistry between Yeo Jin Goo and Moon Ga Young.

Arriving on June 6, Link is a 2022 tvN drama that will air every Monday and Tuesday.

It explores the lives of Eun Gye Hoon and Noh Da Hyun as they suddenly share similar feelings following a link phenomenon. When Eun Gye Hoon’s sister went missing 20 years ago, he strives hard to become a chef while working in the restaurant where his sibling was last seen.

Meanwhile, Moon Ga Young’s character has bad luck with men, having a connection with Eun Gye Hoon truly challenges her.

Yeo Jin Goo and Moon Ga Young lead the series. Meanwhile, Lee Bom Sori, Song Deok Ho, Lee Suk Hyeong, Kim Ji Young, Yoo Jung Ho, and Yoo Dong Hoon, among others, joined the cast members.

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Where To Watch K-Drama Link?

With tvN’s long list of award-winning series, Link immediately garnered people’s attention that they are now looking for ways to watch the drama.

Where can K-drama fans watch Yeo Jin Goo and Moon Ga Young’s new series, Link? Here is the updated list so far!

Is K-drama Link on Netflix?

Unfortunately, Link will not be available for streaming on Netflix, yet, despite the fact that several tvN dramas are currently on its catalog. It remains unknown whether the streaming giant will soon add the K-drama, but fans can enjoy some of the series featuring Yeo Jin Goo and Moon Ga Young.

As of press time, Yeo Jin Goo’s Hotel Del Luna, The Crowned Clown, My Absolute Boyfriend, Beyond Evil, and Hwayi A Monster Boy can be binged watch on Netflix.

Moon Ga Young’s Find Me in Your Memory is also on the streaming platform.

Fans can avail these Netflix’s subscription plans to watch the show: basic ($8.99), standard ($13.99), and premium ($17.99).

Is K-drama Link on Viu?

Viu, a Hong Kong-based video streaming provider, releases any series’ episodes eight hours after the show’s original telecast. However, it also does not offer Link, so far.

For now, viewers can secure a subscription on the site and watch Yeo Jin Goo’s Hotel Del Luna, Orange Marmalade, and Beyond Evil on the platform, as well.

Meanwhile, it also has Moon Ga Young’s True Beauty.

Premium users can get exclusive content hours after the show’s original release without any ad interruption. One can also opt to download unlimited episodes in full HD.

Free users are also welcome to the website. They can access exclusive content after 72 hours and even download one SD episode.

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Is Link on Disney Plus?

Disney Plus users can become the first K-drama fans to watch Link as it will be available on the website starting June 6. It will also offer English subtitles for international fans.

Is Link on iQIYI?

The Chinese online video platform is yet to confirm whether Link would appear on its catalog soon. But the website already has several K-dramas, including Shooting Stars, The Killer’s Shopping List, Ghost Doctor, Melting Me Softly, and Doctors, among others.

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