"Life," an ongoing medical drama by the cable channel JTBC, is now available for streaming on the global streaming platform Netflix.
The first four episodes of the TV series was unveiled on Netflix starting at 4 p.m. on Saturday for the Asian region except Japan and in English-speaking countries except the United States, according to Netflix.
New episodes will be available at 1:30 a.m. every Tuesday and Wednesday, starting on Aug. 7.
Viewers in regions outside of Asia, except for Japan, and in English-speaking countries will be able to watch two new episodes at 1:30 a.m. every Tuesday, starting on Aug. 7. In the U.S., all the episodes will be available at once starting on Sept. 12, according to Netflix.
The 16 episode-series set sail for an eight-week run on July 27 to depict the stories of medical doctors coming under the command of a new profit-minded businessman.
Two prominent male actors star in the show, with screen and stage star Cho Seung-woo playing the role of the hospital president and TV star Lee Dong-wook appearing as one of the doctors.