Cha Eun-Woo’s ‘A Good Day to be a Dog’ Episode 7 Spoilers and Release Date

Cha Eun-Woo’s 'A Good Day to be a Dog' Episode 7 Spoilers and Release Date

Episode 7 of “A Good Day to be a Dog” will be released soon! The Eun-Woo and Park Gyu-Young starrer romantic comedy K-drama has become popular. The Korean drama revolves around Jin Seo Won’s fear of dogs and Han Hae Na’s family curse. 

Hae Na, portrayed by Park Gyu Young triggers the curse that transforms her into a dog every midnight when she accidentally kisses Seo Won played by Cha Eun Woo. To break the curse she must kiss him again. Unfortunately her attempts have been unsuccessful so far.

‘A Good Day to Be a Dog’ Episode 7 Release Date

The upcoming episode of A Day to Be a Dog is scheduled to air on MBC on Wednesday, November 22 2023 at 9 p.m. KST. You can catch the episodes streaming on Viki right after they are broadcasted.

As the sixth episode concluded Seo Wons former boyfriend, who happens to be Hae Nas sisters ex boyfriend captured a photo of her. He mistakenly assumes that Hae Nas current boyfriend is aware of their family curse secret.

The teaser, for episode 7 of this popular K-drama hints that Hae Na’s secret might not remain hidden longer. In the trailer Kim Min Suk (played by Kang Eun Hwan) expresses surprise upon seeing the image and wonders how a woman can transform into a dog every night. It is worth noting that Min Suk portrayed Seo Wons high school bully in the episode.

‘A Good Day to be a Dog’ Episode 6 Flashback 

The recent episode shows the growing closeness of the couple. Hae Na and Seo Won had a moment, in the scene of Episode 6. 

However there is a threat to Hae Na’s secret. Her sister’s ex boyfriend captured a photo of them, with wrong intentions. Currently the main characters of the episode find themselves facing some trouble.

However multiple heartwarming interactions between Hae-Na (Park Gyu-Young) and Seo Won (Cha Eun-Woo) were featured in the sixth episode of “A Good Day to be a Dog”. 

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