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Yumi’s Cells Episode 11: Release Date and Watch Online

Yumi’s Cells Episode 11 will be released on 22 October 2021 at 10.50 pm KST on the tvN channel. Fans are excited about the release.

Yumi’s Cells is a South Korean television series directed by Lee Sang-yeob and starring Kim Go-eun, Ahn Bo-hyun, Jinyoung, Lee Yu-bi and Park Ji-hyun. Based on eponymous webtoon, it is a cell-based psychological romance that unravels the daily life of an ordinary office worker Yumi through the eyes of the cells in her head.

Plot Of The Yumi’s Cells

Yu-Mi (Kim Go-Eun) is an ordinary single working woman. She is not good at expressing her feelings. Through her romantic relationship and work, she grows as a person and finds happiness in her daily life.

Yu-Mi has cells in her brain that represent different emotions like love, violence, rationality, good, and bad. These tiny cells in her brain work actively for her. They deal with her emotions and troubles.

Yumi’s Cells Episode 11 Release Date And More

Yumi’s Cells Episode 11 will be released on 22 October 2021 at 10.50 pm KST on the tvN channel. The drama will conclude on 30 October 2021 with 14 episodes. So far, 10 episodes have been broadcasted. The kdrama is near its closing but, the story has only begun now. Viewers are already looking forward to the next seasons. However, Season 1 ending is more exciting to watch. Fans can watch new episodes of Yumi’s Cells every Friday and Saturday. Each episode air for one hour. 

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Yumi’s Cells Episode 11

Where To Watch

South Korean viewers can watch Yumi’s Cells Korean drama Ep 11 on tvN at 10.50 pm KST. It also streams on a South Korean online platform named TVING. As for international viewers, Yumi’s Cells is available on Viki and iQIYI.

Both websites provide mobile applications as well for better and easy access. However, note that the iQIYI streaming option is available only in selected regions.

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