Trolley Episode 2 Release Date: Trolley is a Korean drama series directed by Kim Mun-Kyo, written by Ryu Bo-ri, and starring Kim Hyun-Joo and Park Hee-soon. The series takes over SBS' Monday-Tuesday 10 PM KST timeslot previously occupied by Cheer Up.
The suspense series brings congressman Joong-wife do's Hye-strange ju's background to light when one of her husband's cases pushes her to confront something she has kept hidden from everyone, including her husband.
As the couple's secrets are revealed to the entire world, they are forced to confront their demons from the past. Will their relationship and religion stand the test of time? Here is everything you need to know about Trolley Episode 2, including its release date, time, and where you can watch this.
Release Date for Trolley Episode 2
Trolley Episode 2 will be available on Tuesday, December 20th at roughly 3 pm (GMT) / 10 pm (ET). Netflix's subtitle staff is exceptionally fast, so expect English subtitles to be ready right away. Expect episode 2 to be around 1 hour and 3 minutes long, which is consistent with the remainder of the show's running time.
What is the Plot of the Trolley?
According to Netflix, “a shocking tragedy draws the wife of an assemblyman out of her private life and compels her to confront family secrets and her painful background.”
Trolley Episode 2: Plot Prediction
The family's situation is exacerbated when Joong-do is requested to resign from the election and maybe from his position in the Party. Meanwhile, Hye-Joo tries to grasp what to do with Ji-partner hoon and her pregnancy. However, when more information becomes available, doubts emerge. What is the family going to do now?
Hyun-Joo was last seen in 2021's Hellbound as Min Hye-jin, while Hee-soon was last seen in A Model Family as Ma Kwang-chul. This is Kim Mun-first Kyo's attempt at directing a Korean drama.
Trolley Season 1 Will Have How Many Episodes?
The trolley is a 16-episode K-drama that airs two episodes every week. Keeping that in mind, there are 14 more episodes after this one.
Where Can You Watch Trolley?
Trolley will be available on Netflix around the world. However, for Koreans, this is an SBS original that airs on Mondays and Tuesdays at 10 p.m. (KST).