Hellbound, the critically acclaimed Korean drama, has been revived for a second season. TUDUM, Netflix’s worldwide fan event, made the news on September 24. Hellbound is based on the eponymous webcomic, which depicts a world in which mankind must deal with Hell’s messengers (dubbed “angels of death” on the program), who visit unexpectedly and deliver prophetic decrees sending individuals to Hell.
The show’s first season is considered one of the most promising K-dramas to debut on Netflix in 2021. Despite the fact that it ended on a cliffhanger, there was no word of a renewal for the longest time, leaving fans of the webcomic and the program on edge. Now that the program has been renewed, let’s take a look at what we may anticipate from the forthcoming season.
Hellbound’s second season might be led by Kim Hyun-joo.
Hellbound’s first season finished on a strong note. Song So-hyun (Won Jin-a) and her husband Bae Young-jae (Park Jung-min) offer their life to rescue their kid from the angel of death when Song So-hyun gets a judgment from the angel shortly after giving birth to her child. Following their deaths, it is Kim Hyun-character joo’s Min Hae-jin who inherits the baby, making her one of the show’s stars for the future season. Questions must be addressed concerning how she cares for the infant, what her secret organization is all about, and who will replace Yoo Ah-in in the second season. Yoo Ah-character in’s Jung Jin-soo died in the first season because he was one of many people who had gotten a death judgment.
The first season also included a lot of tension, thanks to the figure Arrowhead, who spread hatred and violence among his followers. The origin of the angels of death is the greatest mystery for Hellbound enthusiasts from the first season. Are they really remarkable beings? Or are they a mechanism used by someone strong to achieve their goal? The comic book on which Hellbound is based did not have a solution to this question either. Instead, it focused on the sufferings of those who got a death sentence from the angels of death.
The majority of the world thinks that judgment is the result of the sins done by the subject of the judgment. However, there is no definitive justification for this idea, which was created by the Church of the New Truth for their own profit. Before being slain by the smoke demon, Jin Su (Yoo Ah-in) was a member of the same body.
It is now up to Hae-jin to disprove the Church of the New Truth’s claims. If only sinners were sentenced to death, what sin could a newborn infant have committed? Song So-kid hyun’s holds the key to unlocking all of the mysteries, and it will be intriguing to watch where the show goes in the future.