There is the lineup of the Netflix exclusive coming in the second half of this year so you know what to put on your watch list. Netflix announced the news about the upcoming releases and unreleased clips at the “Tudum Korea: A Netflix Global Fan Event” on the 24th.
Single’s Inferno gave a glimpse into the second season as Moon Se Hoon and Shin Ji Yeon, the final couple of the first season, returned to the island. Moreover, Physical: 100, the survival show of the 100 people who are confident they have “the strongest body,” also took off its veil. Heralding the fierce battle in the gigantic space, the show introduced mixed martial artist Choo Sung Hoon, skeleton racer Yun Sungbin, and former professional baseball pitcher Dustin Nippert.
Then there is Korea No. 1, a show where the cast members experience the traditional methods that the artisans use and try to become the No. 1 of the day. Yoo Jae Suk, Lee Kwang Soo, and volleyball player Kim Yeon Koung are coming together for the show. The photo of them covered in red pepper paste already heightens anticipation.
New Series & Movies
During the event, Minho appeared as Ji Woo Min from The Fabulous with his co-star Chae Soo Bin. The Fabulous tells the story of friendship between young men and women as they navigate their way through the fashion industry.
Somebody, a drama about three friends and a mysterious man who get involved in a murder case related to a social-connecting app, and The Glory, writer Kim Eun Sook‘s new project starring Song Hye Kyo, Lee Do Hyun, and more, will also premiere later this year.
Glitch, set to premiere on the 7th, unveiled a highlight video. While the computers surrounding Ji Hyo (Jeon Yeo Been) are showing “glitch” problems, the voice flows out “I’m watching you,” raising curiosity. Then there is 20th Century Girl, a movie about the heart-fluttering first love starring Kim Yoo Jung and more.
Return of Hit Series
Hellbound, which shocked and thrilled viewers with the unconventional setting of being sentenced to hell, also announced the production of season two. Lee Hyun Woo, a member of the Professor’s crew, showed up and released the clip of part 2 of Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area. Captain Cha Moo Hyuk (Kim Sung Oh), a former special agent from North Korea, exuded his charisma in the clip, raising expectations.
News about Squid Game, which took home six Emmys, can’t be left out. Director Hwang Dong Hyuk‘s thank you message and the unreleased clip of season one heighten anticipation for season 2. In particular, the Front Man (Lee Byung Hun) appeared in the clip with his mask off, adding to the thirst of all those waiting for season two.