Penthouse: War in Life, a popular Korean drama, SBS has renewed for a fourth season. In a world where most series are binge-watched in a day or two, it’s even more difficult to watch a season finale after spending three months monitoring the drama unfold week-by-week.
A tragic K-drama, Penthouse: War in Life, is coming to an end today for fans worldwide. But, unfortunately, all good things must come to an end, as the Korean television series has been since its launch in October 2020.
This season’s conclusion of Penthouse: War in Life is likely to be the last time we see any drama from Hera Palace on SBS. According to numerous user feedback websites, such as MyDramaList (8.2/10), IMDB (8.2/10), and AsianWiki (87 per cent), the series is easily popular enough to merit a fourth season of the show.
Over the previous three and a half months, Penthouse 3 has been the most-watched show in its broadcasting block for nine consecutive weeks in South Korea. The penthouse had a 17.045 per cent national average audience share, making it one of the most popular K-dramas of 2021.
Actress Kim So-Yeon, who was recently interviewed, said, “I haven’t been notified about anything yet, and I have no idea whether or not there will be another season.”
Our negative attitude stems from the fact that during recent promotional campaigns for this series, the third season was referred to as the last season.
To this end, the cast recently delivered their “last farewell” to the show. ‘It was a difficult road, but I had fun, and the job was full of enthusiasm,’ Eugene added, before complimenting the writer Kim Soon-Ok and director Joo Dong-Min for their work.
For her part, Lee Ji-Ah praised the writer and director, noting that it was also because of their love and support that she had “gained a lot of strength” and “been able to complete production.” The actor, on the other hand, admitted that the last goodbye hadn’t yet hit her.
Season 4 has been confirmed and will be released on February 13th, 2022, according to a fake report by a media outlet. In addition to the fact that SBS has not officially renewed the series, no release date information has been released as of this writing. Overall, it’s unlikely that the K-drama would return for a fourth season, given that the promotion for season 3 frequently refers to it as the final chapter.