Nearing its conclusion, the Korean drama series The Kidnapping Day is now on episode 10. With only four episodes left until the finale, it is obvious that avid viewers of the show are eager to witness secrets unfold, if not mind-blowing, plot twists and revelations.
Although some fans of the series are sad that it is ending soon, this gives them the chance to finally get the answers they were looking for all throughout the episodes.
The Kidnapping Day stars Yoon Gye-Sang, Park Sung-Hoon, and Yu-Na, among others. The series revolves around the story of Kim Myung-Joon, a poor yet good man who desperately looks for a source of income in order to afford treatment for his daughter.
After all his efforts, unfortunately, he still couldn’t land a proper job and was left with no other choice but to kidnap the daughter of a wealthy family in the city. The ransom for the kidnapped young girl will be used for his daughter’s operation.
However, things started to get messy when Choi Ro-Hee lost her memory. Kim Myung-Joon had her stay in their house while a series of unexpected events happened one by one. Eventually, Choi Ro-Hee recollects her memories, and Kim Myung-Joon’s plans turn complicated.
Here are the release date, time, preview, spoilers, and the legal sites where you can watch The Kidnapping Day Episode 10.
The Kidnapping Day Episode Recap
The previous episode of The Kidnapping Day unveils unexpected twists and turns in the story. It was a rare sight seeing the kidnapper and victim discuss how to negotiate for ransom, and seeing Kim Myung-Joon and Choi Ro-Hee do the same was interesting at every inch of the word.
Kim Myung-Joon and Choi Ro-Hee’s connection as the culprit and victim gave viewers a new view. When Kim Myung-Joon was surrounded by enemies, the young girl helped him escape.
Moreover, Park Sang-Yoon was suspended for a month. Although unable to report to the station, he continued to investigate. He brings his comrades together and discusses the clues they have gathered days before. On the other hand, Kim Myung-Joon discovers that his wife has been spying on him. He finds a spy camera and ruins it so that no confidential information will be leaked ever again.
However, things take a more serious path. Jayden abducts Choi Ro-Hee and orders her to be killed. He goes to Ro-Hee’s home in an attempt to attack the people inside. Thankfully, Kim Myung-Joon finds a way to rescue Choi Ro-Hee.
The Kidnapping Day Episode 10 Release Date
The next episode of The Kidnapping Day is coming in fast. The Kidnapping Day Episode 10 is set to be released on Wednesday, October 18, 2023, at 9:00 PM KST. The ENA Korean drama airs its new episodes every Wednesday and Thursday on its original network and online streaming through TVING and Amazon Prime Video.
Depending on the country you are in, the episodes may come out at different times and dates. If the provided time of episode release is strictly followed, you can expect The Kidnapping Day Episode 10 to be released according to the different time zones below.
- South Korea Time (KST): 09:00 PM (October 18, 2023)
- China Standard Time (CST): 08:00 PM (October 18, 2023)
- Pacific Time (PT), United States: 05:00 AM (October 18, 2023)
- Eastern Time (ET), United States: 08:00 AM (October 18, 2023)
- Central European Time (CET): 02:00 PM (October 18, 2023)
- Australia Time: 10:00 PM (October 18, 2023)
- Singapore Time (SGT): 08:00 PM (October 18, 2023)
- Philippines Time (PHT): 08:00 PM (October 18, 2023)
Where To Watch The Kidnapping Day Episode 10
A lot of Korean dramas have been put up on several online streaming sites since its global fame. Hence, The Kidnapping Day Episode 10 is fortunately available for international streaming. The series can be watched on Amazon Prime Videos.
Fans of the Korean series can also access it on TVING. New episodes of the show are released every Wednesday and Thursday with an estimated run time of 60 minutes each.
The episodes for the Korean drama have English subtitles for comfortable viewing. You may also see the previews, highlights, and behind-the-scenes footage on ENA Channel and TVING’s YouTube channels.