The Golden Spoon is a drama thriller TV show about a young man who is given a chance to leave his life of poverty behind and join a friend’s life of luxury. Song Hyun-wook is in charge of the drama which stars Yook Sung-jae, Lee Jong-won, Jung Chae-yeon, Yeon Woo and Choi Dae-chul.
The first episode of the 16-episode drama aired on September 23, 2022. New episodes will air every Friday and Saturday at 9:50 p.m. KST on MBC, where Big Mouth used to air. Episode 3 of The Golden Spoon is 78 minutes long.
The third episode of The Golden Spoon begins with Seung-cheon causing trouble at the Park Jang house. Gun’s later, he goes to Hwang Hyun’s office. do’s While waiting in his cabin, he finds Hyun-will, do’s, stating that he will not give his son any money or property. This surprises him, but he gets over it and goes to meet Hyun-do.
He tells him that he has caused some problems and will take care of them himself. He also asks Hyun-do to just go with the flow, which he does. Seung-cheon then goes to the hospital and tells Jang-parents gun the truth about him. Then he leaves without incident.
He then takes Tae-yong home, where he sees the landlord making a fuss again. Again he sees his father being humiliated by the landlord, but he doesn’t do anything about it. Instead, he just sighs and thinks he made the right choice when he switched parents.
The next day, Seung’s father, Cheon’s Lee Chul, gets a job at one of the protesting demolition sites. Now that he has a job, he brings home a cake for his son’s birthday. The next day, Tae-yong sees his mother making seaweed soup and expresses his gratitude for her being there.
On the other hand, Seung-cheon is ready for his birthday party and plans to give Hyun-do a surprise show of how capable he is. Elsewhere, Ju-hee is trying to figure out how to get the Seung house cheons when she meets the mysterious granny who knows about Seung-cheon and Tae-yong.
She then gives Ju-hee a letter for “Tae-yong” to deliver to him immediately. Ju-hee takes it and meets “Seung-cheon” at his house, where she is fascinated by how run-down it is. But soon her father calls and tells her to hurry to the party, so she has no choice but to leave.
Back at the party, Seun-cheon manages to get Hyun-do to like him in front of everyone and he plays his best all day. Ju-hee, on the other hand, is at the party with Tae-yong. Then Tae-stepmother, Yong’s Seo Young-shin, asks Seung-cheon to play the piano, but before he can get there, Tae-yong plays it for everyone.
He then leaves and Ju-hee comes over to give the letter to Seung-cheon. The letter is a warning to Seung-cheon that if either boy met his real parents on their birthday, the spell would be broken and they would return to their old lives.
This scares him, so he rushes to find Tae-yong. He finds him quickly, but narrowly stops Tae-yong and Hyun-do from meeting. Later that night, Hyun-do tells “Tae-yong” that he likes the way he’s acting and how hard he tries to impress him. He tells Young-shin that his will isn’t difficult to change, which scares her when she calls someone else later.
The next day he meets Ju-hee and finds out that she was in his real house. This makes him feel bad and starts badmouthing “Seung-cheon”. Then Ju-hee Seung-cheon has to say that she likes him, which leaves him speechless.
On the other hand, Tae’s bodyguard, Yongs Jang Moon-ki, sees Lee Seung-a arguing with the landlord as he tries to look into the bathroom. She starts spanking her so he comes in to stop her but ends up spanking himself.
The group then goes to the police station, where Monn-ki helps Seung-a get out of trouble. Later he talks about it with Seung-cheon and during their conversation they talk about the thing that happened five years ago that made Tae-yong very upset. Not much was said about that, though, so Seung-cheon wonders what happened.
Seung-cheon starts thinking about the landlord and decides to teach him a lesson the next day. With Moon-ki by his side, he can complete his mission and get his family out of trouble.
On the way home, a strange woman runs in front of his car and gets off at the same stop where he met the mysterious old lady.
The end of The Golden Spoon Episode 3
The next day, Seung-cheon is furious watching Tae-yong and Ju-hee play together. Later that night, he goes to the supermarket to see Ju-hee and sees a strange man staring at her. He’s not sure about this situation, so he tries to call Ju-hee after she gets home from work.
But soon he sees the man pushing her against the wall and putting his hands around her neck. He runs to her aid and can do it too. Then Ju-hee tells him that the man was her friend’s late father. He died when her friend was in middle school.
She tells him that her friend was kicked out of school for stealing her watch, but died of acute leukemia a few months later. But since then, the father has blamed her friend Ju-hee.
Seung-cheon asks her if that’s why she was so nice to “Seung-cheon”. She tells him that these two people are not related and that her feelings for Seung-cheon are genuine.
Later, Seung-cheon goes to Hyun-dos to find something that will help him make a good impression on him, but Hyun-do catches him. He then asks Seung-cheon if he has seen the will.
Hyun-do tells Seung-cheon the truth, and Seung-cheon asks for a chance to prove himself.
The next day, Seung-cheon goes to class with a smile, but when he gets there, he sees a strange message on his cell phone. He chooses to ignore it until he receives a letter from his grandmother that he forgot to send and a message asking if he isn’t Tae-yong.
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Review of Episode 3 of The Golden Spoon
There wasn’t much going on in this episode as it was mostly about the forgotten period and the boys’ birthdays. But it was still a fun episode to watch and I’m sure the story will only get better from here.
Again, the Seung character Cheon keeps getting better, but Jang Moon-ki steals the show in this episode.
Overall the show is finally getting on the right foot and the next few episodes are going to be good.
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When are episodes 3 and 4 of The Golden Spoon coming out?
The third episode of The Golden Spoon will be released on September 30, 2022 at 10:00 p.m. (KST) for Koreans, but sometimes this time changes. We don’t think the plan will change yet (sometimes that happens in the K-Drama world). The Golden Spoon Episode 4 will be released the next day, Saturday October 1, 2022 at the same time.
For Koreans, the first season of The Golden Spoon is available to watch on MBC at the time and date listed above. But people who don’t live in South Korea can also watch this show on Disney+. Before signing up for a streaming service, it’s always a good idea to make sure it’s available in your area.
The first season of The Golden Spoon will have 16 episodes. Two episodes will appear each week, and each will run an average of 1 hour and 26 minutes.
Lee Seung Cheon is in high school. He is played by Yook Sung-Jae. His family is poor and he doesn’t like living with them. One day he accidentally meets an old woman. He hears this from the old woman: “If you pay me 3 dollars for this golden spoon, you can trick your parents. With this golden spoon you eat three meals at someone your own age. That person’s parents are then your parents.”
Lee Seung-Cheon buys the golden spoon from the old woman and eats three times at his friend Hwang Tae-Yong’s house. Hwang Tae-Yong’s father runs a big business. Lee Seung Cheon’s life is about to change.
At the beginning of the last episode, Seung Cheon was looking for the golden spoon. After finding it, he uses it to get to his best friend Tae Yong’s house. Afterwards, Tae Yong’s parents are surprised at how Seung Cheon behaves at home. Seung Cheon surprises Tae Yong’s father by calling him by his first name. Seung Cheon wonders if the spoon didn’t work after all. But when Tae Yong’s mother called him by his name, Tae Yong, he felt better.
At first glance, he doesn’t look like Tae Yong. He keeps getting hypnotized by the power of the spoon. Tae Yong, on the other hand, makes things worse. He falls in the middle of the road because of the spoon, but he has no idea what’s going on. He is later taken to the hospital.
After Tae Yong went under, Seung Cheon went missing. When the police arrive at Tae Yong’s house, they ask the real Seung Cheon to come with them. He is shown a video of his best friend hanging from a bridge.
When Seung Cheon finds out what happened to him, he runs to the hospital. Although the two friends have switched lives, something strange hangs in the air around them. He eventually meets Tae Yong, but he doesn’t call him Tae Yong. Instead, he calls him Seung Cheon.
After what happened, Seung Cheon sees something new on the spoon. He sees that it says “30”. It reminds him of the old woman who told him he only had three chances to change his life. He gets 30 days first, then 1 year and finally 10 years. He’s starting to like what it’s like to be Tae Yong. Everyone seems nicer to him now. He uses this chance to get revenge on the children who teased him earlier.
Tae Yong is having trouble adjusting to his new memories, but is trying to live with it. He feels more at home in Seung Cheon’s house and begins to love his parents. In the next episode, we’ll learn more about how Tae Yong is coping with his new life. Will Seung Cheon continue to be happy with his new life? Or does he have to do something else?
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