We’re just two episodes into ‘You are My Spring,’ and this exhilarating thriller series is doing a terrific job at keeping us on the hook. In the latest episode, Chae Jun tries to close the distance between him and Da-jeong. Young-do is investigating the murder Chae Jun is allegedly responsible for, so he advises Da-jeong to look before she leaps. For a detailed update on the second episode, you can go through the recap. Moving on, here’s everything we know about the episode 3 of ‘You are My Spring’!
You are My Spring Episode 3 Release Date
‘You are My Spring’ episode 3 is scheduled to release on July 12, 2021, at 3 am ET on Netflix. It will be followed by episode 4 on July 13, 2021. The show has 16 hour-long episodes in total, which follow a bi-weekly release pattern as they land on the platform every Monday and Tuesday. Besides Netflix, the show also airs in Korea at 9 pm KST on tvN on the days mentioned above.
Where to Watch You are My Spring Episode 3 Online?
As of now, ‘You are My Spring’ is only available to watch on Netflix worldwide. If you’re subscribed to the platform, you can easily access the episodes per the timeslot given. Korean viewers can watch the episodes as and when they release on its home network tvN.
You are My Spring Episode 3 Spoilers
In the third episode, Kang Da-jeong’s history with Chae Jun will be laid out. Moreover, his sudden death in the previous part does not fall in line with what was expected out of the killer. Young-do will have a harder time accepting the truth because Chae Jun’s death adds another layer to his findings as a psychologist. Besides being a troubled boy, Chae Jun was also secretive, and no one has any idea why he grew closer to Da-jeong and then took his own life. Here’s a promo for the upcoming episode!
You are My Spring Episode 2 Recap
Episode 2 takes us back to an important event in Ju Young-do’s life where he witnessed a man cleaning up his blood-stained clothes at the washroom of a bar. The man has a stark resemblance to Chae Jun, who might now pose a threat to Kang Da-jeong’s safety. Young-do warns Da-jeong against Chae Jun, but she doesn’t seem fully convinced. Later, she gets a call from one of her friends telling her that Chae Jun is sitting by himself at the bar.
Da-jeong has mixed feelings about checking on him, but she shows up anyway, and the pair head out for a conversation. Although Da-jeong wasn’t sure about trusting him before, Chae Jun’s warmth makes all of her doubts subside. In the next scene, however, we see Ju Young-do provide a rundown on the symptoms of antisocial personality disorder, hinting that Chae Jun might be hiding his real persona. Later, he takes her out on a date, and Da-jeong is over the moon.
A few moments later, she accidentally spots him checking his phone in a way that raises suspicion. She meets Young-do again and asks him if he has news about Chae Jun, but he does not have anything to share. Yet, he seems aware of the internal struggles Da-jeong is subjecting herself to and wants to be a better friend to her. Later, Da-jeong finds a note inside the paper rose Chae Jun gave her on their date, which points to a location.
Da-jeong follows the location on the note leading her to a storage locker containing a music box, the same one she had noticed during their date. She looks inside and finds her school photograph. Young-do spies on Chae Jun waiting outside the building where she works. He follows him to an abandoned building, where Chae Jun jumps off from the highest point and kills himself. Kang Da-jeong is in tears when she realizes Chae Jun has known her since school.
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