Castaway Diva Episode 8 released on Sunday on tvN and Netflix. Park Eun-Bin’s Seo Mok-Ha finally reunites with her long-lost friend Ki-Ho, aka Kang Bo-Geol (Chae Jong-Hyeop).
Episode 7 ended with Mok-Ha leaving her singer’s dreams behind to protect Bo-Geol and his family’s identity from his abusive father. Bo-Geol and his brother, Kang Woo-Hak (Cha Hak-Yeon), find her in another town.
The latest episode 8 begins with Bo-Geol telling Mok-Ha that he is Ki-Ho. While the two hug each other, Woo-Hak seems heartbroken as he looks at them from afar. Woo-Hak’s feelings for Mok-Ha are visible, however, he tries to keep it in for his brother. It looks like Park Eun-Bin’s character has entered into a love triangle.
Castaway Diva Episode 8 ending: Chae Jong-Hyeop searches for Patricide online
K-Drama Castaway Diva episode 8 consisted of happy, sad, and intense moments. Mok-Ha (Park Eun-Bin) finds out that Bo-Geol (Chae Jong-Hyeop) is Ki-Ho, while the latter decides to meet his abusive father.
Ki-Ho and his family changed their identity 15 years ago to hide from Jung Bong-Wan (Lee Seung-Joon). With Mok-Ha’s growing fame, Bong-Wan is confident that he will find his family through her. Bo-Goel wants to protect his brother and mother from his abusive father and hence, visits him. However, before meeting him, he searches for the term, Patricide, online. For context, Patricide is the crime of killing one’s father.
While Castaway Diva Episode 8 ends with Bo-Geol revealing his identity to Bong-Wan, it also shows Mok-Ha looking for Yoon Ran-Joo (Kim Hyo-Jin). Woo-Hak helps Mok-Ha in her search, and he is also confused about his feelings for her. Bo-Geol, on the other hand, confesses that he is interested in Mok-Ha.
Viewers can watch Castaway Diva Episode 8 on Viki. New episodes air on Saturdays and Sundays on Netflix and tvN.