Netflix released the main trailer for Sweet Home, and it’s already receiving enthusiastic responses.
Based on the webtoon of the same name, Sweet Home tells a bizarre and shocking story that a loner high school student Hyun Soo (Song Kang) experiences in an apartment where he moved after losing his family.
The main trailer shows people turning into monsters due to unknown reasons and Hyun Soo and other residents of Green Home falling into chaos. In an unprecedented state of emergency, Green Homes residents tremble in fear of not knowing when their own neighbors will turn into monsters.
Hyun Soo, who lost all hope after losing his family in a sudden accident, shows all the symptoms of “becoming a monster” but doesn’t really turn into a monster. He, who struggles to stay human, emerges as a survival tool and the only hope for the residents, raising curiosity.
From lotus root monsters that constantly threaten residents with terrible tentacles to protein monsters that gush enormous destructive power, the jaw-dropping quality of monsters created by special effects emit grand suspense, putting chills down our spine.
Making headlines as Goblin director Lee Eung Bok’s mega-project, Sweet Home will be released on Netflix on Dec 18.