Start-Up Episode 9
The latter series, Start-Up, is a tale of young entrepreneurs competing in the cutthroat environment. In South Korea’s tech industry for both success and love.
‘Start-Up’ is an original South Korean Netflix show about a bunch of techies trying to hold their business alive. It also wants to make it big in The Sandbox, Seoul’s technology hub. Dal Mi and her estranged sister, In Jae, are at the core of the story. In a love triangle between her first love and the guy who pretends to be her first love. Dal Mi is trapped in a love triangle, while In Jae attempts to make her own mark in the world of modern technology. She oversteps her overbearing and oppressive stepfather’s shadow.
Beginning November 14, 2020, at 3 am ET/12 pm PT, ‘Start-Up’ episode 9 will stream on Netflix. Two new episodes are released on the streaming platform every week on Saturday and Sunday. The show will have 16 episodes in total. ‘Start-Up’ also airs on the cable network TVN every Saturday and Sunday for viewers living in South Korea.
Depending on your place, Start-Up Episode 10 is scheduled to be released on Netflix on Sunday, November 15. Or Monday, November 16.
‘Start-Up’ will be streamed on Netflix regularly, and on November 14, 2020, Episode 9 will be available. Subscribers can choose whether to display it directly on the app or on the website. Each ‘Start-Up’ episode has a run-time of around 90 minutes. Locally focused South Korean viewers can also watch the show. As it airs every Saturday and Sunday at 9:00 pm (Korea Standard Time) on the cable channel tvN.
Release Date Of Different Time Zones
Episode 9 of Start-Up is scheduled to be released on Netflix on Saturday, November 14th at 7 AM (Pacific Time).
On Sunday, November 15th, Start-Up episode 9 is scheduled to premiere on Netflix at 9 AM. (Central Time)
On Sunday, November 15th, Start-Up episode 9 is scheduled to premiere on Netflix at 10 AM(Eastern Time)
Start-Up episode 10 is scheduled to be released on Netflix on Sunday. On November 15th at 3 pm (British Time)
On Sunday, November 15th, Start-Up episode 9 is scheduled to premiere on Netflix at 4 PM. (Central European Time)
On Sunday, November 15th, Start-Up episode 9 is scheduled to premiere on Netflix at 11 PM. (Japan Time)
Australia Central Time
On Monday, November 16th, Start-Up episode 9 is scheduled to premiere on Netflix at 12:30 AM.( Australia Central Time)
Start-Up Episode 9 Spoilers Ahead
There are two key gifts in Episode 8 that can lead Dal Mi to discover the truth about Do San and Ji Pyeong-the first is the date of birth of Ji Pyeong, which is the same as Do San from the letters to Dal Mi, and the second is the handwriting of Ji Pyeong, which matches the letters exactly. Finally, Episode 9 could see Dal Mi finding out the secret that the two boys were keeping from her and confronting them with this knowledge. The show also seems to be moving towards a sort of showdown between Ji Pyeong (who has yet to accept his feelings for Dal Mi) and Do San (who is beginning to see that they both like Dal Mi). Dal Mi admits to her grandmother that right now she is very happy, but worries that this happiness is temporary.
Recap Of Start-Up Episode 8
Due to his angry outburst toward In Jae’s stepfather, Do San is being sued by The Morning Party.
The Samsan Engineering team has the concept of creating a new app to help visually disabled people. The stepfather of In Jae begs his wife to take In Jae back. But she is relieved to know that her daughter is actually standing up for herself and living in a studio apartment on her own. The guys at Samsan Tech call their new app NoonGil, meaning it functions like the eyes of a support dog, and their initial testing is popular with blind users. The team uploads the software to the worldwide market, but if more than 1000 users download their app, Dal Mi is concerned about the operating costs that will be important.
Dal Mi realises from customer reviews on the app that her grandmother is losing her eyesight and she assures her grandmother that she will work harder to make the app a better experience. Chairman Won, In Jae’s stepfather, goes to see Dal Mi to ask him to invest in the app, but he behaves cruelly and makes Dal Mi and Do San beg on their knees, while In Jae watches with disgust. But to everyone’s surprise, Dal Mi documents the whole meeting and Chairman Won’s strong-arms into investing in NoonGil, earning her sister a look of appreciation. Dal Mi discovers later in the day that the handwriting of Ji Pyeong (which she sees on some Samsan Tech documents) is the same as the handwriting on the Do San letters.