You Make Me Dance Episode 3 and 4 Release Date, and Preview

People and generations moved forward so much did the entertainment industry. The newest pop culture trending in the Korean industry right now is drama making in Boys Love (BL). Besides, people also accepted the trend, and the drama became very popular. Now, 2021 looks more promising than ever to many fans with one BL drama taking place, You Make Me Dance. This drama series has premiered and is available to watch on WeTv and Viki. Furthermore, the Netflix streaming service will also air the drama series after the completion of the broadcast of the entire series.

You Make Me Dance Episode 1 & 2: Recap

You Make Me Dance is a Viki original romantic series from South Korea. This drama consists of only eight episodes and is a short drama. You Make Me Dance was released on February 26, 2021, and will run until March 19, 2021. The first two episodes will come out on February 26, 2021. The episode starts with one of the main characters, Song Si Son listening to the radio while waiting for the bus. On the radio, DJ Jae Min tells a special myth that is known as a common thread for all listeners. He goes on to say that the invincible red thread in the little guy ties two people who are bound to be together. Furthermore, one cannot tie strings around other people’s fingers or untie them even though they want to.

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The DJ then asks on the radio to lift their pinky finger and look around them for who they should be with and their soulmate. Song Si Son looked around him while lifting his pinky finger and found other men around him looking for the same thing. Well, their love journey begins by starring together. However, the drama series moved fast forward over the past three years. The story of the rest of the episode shapes how they meet again after three years as debt collectors. It also displays their first meeting, their relationship as debtor and creditor, as well as progress in their relationship.

You Make Me Dance

Scene from Episode 1

You Make Me Dance Episode 3 and 4: Release Date

You make me dance airs on Fridays every week, and is available to feature on WeTv and Viki. The mini-drama series only runs for 13 minutes and releases two episodes each week. Last week, we already saw the release of Episodes 1 and 2. Now, let’s move on to the upcoming episode releases. You Make Me Dance Episodes 3 and 4 will be released and aired on March 5, 2021. Since this is a Viki Original series, it will be available on the same streaming device for the first time to watch in English.

Nal Pen is the screenwriter for the series, along with So Joon Moon as the director. Other names for the series are KeoleoReoswi and Yumeikeumidaenseu. W-Story is the production company behind the series. This is their third drama to explore the Boy Love genre. Previously they had given two hits in the same genre. Episodes 3 and 4 of You Make Me Dance will feature Chu-Young Woo as the lead Song Shi On and Won HyungHoon as the main character Jin Hong Seok. Moreover, there are also other supporting actors, including Lee Soo Ryun, and Lex. They each play the roles of Jung Hoon and Cha Sa Jung.

You Make Me Dance Episode 3 and 4: Preview

Episode 2 ends with the two main characters holding onto each other and starring in. Song Shi On is practicing his dancing on the rooftop and says that no one wants him on his birthday apart from a shopping company. She was thinking about her moments with Jin Hong Seok when she suddenly stumbled on the salsa practice booth. However, Jin Hong Seok came at the right time and caught him as he fell and couldn’t hold onto anything.

Episode 3 will start with Jin Hong Seok and Song Shi On starring in each other. Hong Seok has brought a package too, so it might be a birthday present for Song Shi. He would also say his reason for coming to meet Song Shi. The rest of the story will shape how they can live together and develop their relationship. It will also be shown if they accept their love and confess to each other or surrender to society.

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