Hellbound is Netflix’s Korean horror show from Train to Busan director

Only a few short months have passed since the phenomenal success of Squid GameNetflix’s most watched series, ”, has been renamed ”. A new Korean horror TV show is being developed by the streaming company called. Hellbound. Subscribers will have the opportunity to view all six episodes on November 19, as part of the new series.

Hellbound It takes place in an alternate world, where each person knows when their death is. The worst part is that giant monsters will drag you to the pits when your fateful day arrives. Netflix unveiled a stunning trailer last September that showed these creatures hunting down someone. But the main series will concentrate on the mysterious church, which holds the monsters are divine. A number of characters will examine the church’s leader and investigate its beliefs. The story is based on director Yeon Sang-ho’s webtoon, which is only officially available in Korean at the moment.

Netflix’s Hellbound poster

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Sang-ho is the director Busan to Train The story’s sequel returns for the second installment to allow you to direct six of its episodes. HellboundThis is. Yoo Ahin will appear in the series.The art of burningPark Jeongmin (We must be saved from evil), Kim Hyun-joo, and Won Jin-ah (The Age of Shadows Hellbound The series was the premiere Korean drama at the Toronto International Film Festival earlier in the year.

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