This article gives a sneak peek at episodes 5 and 6 of season 1 of the Disney+ K-drama Kiss Sixth Sense. It also gives information about when and where to watch the episodes.
Sixth Sense is a South Korean TV show that aired on tvN every Thursday at 20:40 (KST) from September 3, 2020, to October 29, 2020, and every Friday at 20:40 (KST) from June 25, 2021, to September 24, 2021, for its second season.
On December 27, 2021, it was announced that filming for the third season will begin in February 2022 and that the episodes will air in the first half of 2022.
The third season was supposed to start on March 11, 2022, but the date was moved to March 18 after producer-director Jeong Chul-min and actors Lee Sang-yeob, Mijoo, and Jessi all tested positive for COVID-19 on February 23.
Do you blame Disney+ for putting more of its weight behind the K-Drama industry by putting out another popular show? Kiss Sixth Sense is based on a popular webtoon. If you like comedy, romance, and fantasy, you might want to check it out.
The story is about a girl named Ye Sul who, when she kisses someone, can see the future. This is the supernatural part. Then, one day, in a very romantic way, she kisses her boss Cha Min Hoo on the neck by accident (how is that even possible?). she sees a way forward. The only thing is, she doesn’t like her boss. What does this mean then?
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Kiss Sixth Sense season 1, Episodes 5 and 6 Release date
The fifth and sixth episodes will come out on June 8, 2022. We don’t think the plan will change just yet (sometimes this happens in the K-Drama world). The time of release is around 7 p.m. (IST).
Watch Kiss Sixth Sense Korean Drama Episode 4 Online – Streaming Information
Kiss Sixth Sense season 1, episodes 5 and 6 will be available on Disney+ on the date listed above in certain areas. Here’s a list of the areas:
- South Korea
- Hong Kong
Kiss Sixth Sense Episode 4 Review
I almost don’t want Ye-sool and Min-hu to make out because I don’t want this sexual tension to go away. I think Yoon Kye-sang and Seo Ji-Hye shine in the show no matter what. Aside from their powers, they have the most interesting stories, and the way they get along is contagious. When they come on, I can’t take my eyes off the screen. I hope that their relationship has more problems than just Pil-yo being a fool. I really want to see these two in more complicated situations.
Now, if we talk about Pil-yo, man, he is so annoying. He’s like those people who are rude and act like the world owes them something. I might be thinking too much into it, but he just makes me feel bad. He always comes up to YE-sool and tries to get her to go out with him, which is creepy and makes her uncomfortable. The fact that he won’t take “no” for an answer is neither cute nor romantic; it just makes him seem like a stalker. Plus, he’s carrying the ring in his pocket! Who would do that?
Even if these three characters don’t end up together, Seung-taek and Ho-woo always do. They are the classic “friend” characters who always end up together. Now, whether or not they’ll stay together is a different question, but their love story is meant to be silly and funny. It’s not very funny, but it might make you laugh once in a while. But I can’t stand the office people. They are too dramatic for me to watch for long periods of time.