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Trolley Season 1 Episodes 7 and 8 Release Date, Time and Where to Watch

January 4, 2023

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We discuss the predictions for Netflix K-Drama Series Trolley Season 1 Episodes 7 & 8 and include the release date and where to watch online.

At the end of Cart episode six, Joong-do (Park Hee soon) showed up at the door Seung-hee (Ryu Hyun-kyung), demanding to be left inside. It was an exciting and shocking ending, which also raises many questions. Does Joong-do know that Hye-joo (Kim Hyun-joo)was wrongly accused of the death of Seung-ho? Does the deputy think his wife is guilty and wants to talk to Seung-hee about his current intentions? Is there anything else at stake? Taken into account Woo-jae (Kim Mu-yeol) private investigation into Hye-joo’s debut, one of the first two options is the most likely, but whichever question turns out to be correct, there will be intriguing ramifications.

Somewhere else, Soo-bin (Jung Soo-bin) has taken on a more low-key role, although he looks set to cause trouble once again. Offended by Joong-do asking if she can handle her responsibilities, the pregnant young woman now seeks an abortion, is discourteous to Hye-joo and Yeo-jin, and generally seems upset. Still, despite feeling like a loose cannon, Soo-bin’s true intentions remain hard to read, especially when even things like the meaning of her “JD” tattoo are kept under wraps.

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  • Assemblyman Ko was encouraged to resign from office due to his wife’s hit-and-run.
  • Ji-hoon’s mother’s family cut ties with Joong-do.
  • Joong-do tries to ask Ki-young to help him investigate Yoo-sin’s property.
  • Seung-kyu’s father begins to publicly accuse Joong-do of being a murderer.
  • Woo-jae gets sneaky with his investigations.
  • Gwi-soon found out that Seung-kyu had downloaded Revenge P**n and freaked out.
  • We saw Yoo-sin lying about Hye-joo blaming his son, meaning Seung-ho killed himself after being discovered as an abuser.

Trolley Season 1 Episodes 7 and 8 Release Date and Time

Episode 7 of Cart is scheduled to be released on Netflix on January 9, 2023 at 10:00 p.m. (KST), but it varies from time to time. We are not planning any schedule changes yet (it happens sometimes in the K-Drama world). Cart Season 1 Episode 8 will air at the same time the following day, January 10. Each episode is approximately 60-65 minutes long.

Where to watch online

Viewers around the world can catch Cart Episodes 7 and 8 with a Netflix subscription on the date and time mentioned above. Apart from its Netflix release, South Korean viewers can watch the episodes by logging on to SBS every Monday and Tuesday at 10:00 p.m. (KST).

Predictions

  • Joong-do will hear both sides of the story regarding Seung-ho’s suicide, and eventually (also correctly) support his wife.
  • Seung-hee will then decide to play dirty in order to get Hye-joo punished, which will mean that Joong-do’s reputation will also crumble.
  • Soo-bin will continue to wonder if she should have an abortion and confront what’s troubling her.
  • Woo-jae’s investigation of Hye-joo’s wife will show how the book restorer was abused.
  • Yoo-sin will continue to be prickly towards Seung-hee, despite his daughter’s efforts to please him.
  • Ki-young will start helping Joong-do.
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