The Veil Episode 11: Release Date and Watch Online

The Veil Episode 11 is expected to release on 22nd October 2021. Viewers are very excited and can watch it online on MBC TV.

The Veil is an ongoing South Korean television series written by Park Seok-ho and directed by Kim Sung-Yong starring Namkoong Min, Park Ha-sun, and Kim Ji-eun. The series won the 2018 MBC Drama Screenplay Contest by writer Park Seok-ho.

It premiered on September 17, 2021, on MBC every Friday and Saturday. The series received a 15 billion won investment from MBC and Wavve for its production.


The Veil Storyline 

The series is all about Han Ji-hyeok, who is the top field agent in the National Intelligence Service (NIS). He loses his memories and gets betrayed by someone. He was held in awe by his colleagues for his perfect record and skill at completing missions. After going missing a year ago, he returns to the most horrific state and doesn’t remember anything that happened within the last year.

He returned to the organization to find an internal traitor who dropped him into the black hole. With his memory loss, Ji Hyuk gets assigned to a team. He also meets Je Li, who is heartwarming but with a painful past, and Seo Soo Yeon, head of team 4 of the Crime Information Center.

The Veil Episode 11

In the recent episode of “The Veil“, we are going to see that, the whole NIS is working together to fight against Baek Mo Sa and, Ji Hyuk will meet a prisoner who is linked to Baek Mo Sa. Meanwhile, Do-Jin Sook is also preparing to complete her last mission.

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The Veil Episode 11 Release Date 

The Veil is a South Korean series that is getting one of the most popular series. This crime-action series is receiving a lot of love and appreciation from the audience. In this episode, the secret is out, which makes viewers eagerly wait for the episode. Now, the wait is over for the fans as Episode 11 is going to premiere on 22nd October 2021.

The Veil Episode 11

Watch Online 

The series is available online on MBC TV, Amazon Prime Video, and MangaPlus platform.

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