Hellbound Season 2 Release Date, Cast, Plot, and Everything You Need to Know
A season 2 of Hellbound is currently in the works, that much is certain. The South Korean show will come out on Netflix in Sept. 2021. It is about supernatural creatures that come out to send people to Hell in a spectacular way.
The show was a hit for the streaming service, but it wasn’t known for sure that it had been renewed till Netflix’s Tudum fan event.
Hellbound is one of those showcases that pulls you in right away with its first scene, just as the characters are tried to drag to hell by cruel demons who kill anyone who has been sentenced to die by “angels.”
But what’s most important is that the supernatural horror fades quickly without losing any of the initial dread. Instead, the focus shifts to how these religious visits affect Korean society as a whole, with the type of twists you’d anticipate from Yeon Sang-ho, who also wrote Train to Busan and made this movie.
After the shocking ending, you might be wondering what comes next for Netflix’s upcoming big Korean hit. But don’t worry, we’ll take care of you. Join us at Digital Spy as we travel to Hell to find out everything you need to understand about season two of Hellbound on Netflix.
Yeon Sang-ho, who was in charge of Train to Busan, is in charge of Hellbound. He wrote as well as drew the webcomic that inspired the show. The story is about the terrible things that happen when individuals begin to receive warnings from an angel-like being that they’ll go to Hell at a specific time.
When that time arrives, three grey monsters that look like the Hulk brutally attack the person before sending them to Hell, where they will be tortured forever.
Netflix just added a bunch of dark fantasy dramas from South Korea. This genre has been taken up so well by the new generation that it has gained a huge number of fans in a very short amount of time. Hellbound is another show that a lot of people like.
The show is made by Netflix, and Byun Seung-min is in charge of it. The company that makes the show is called Climax Studio. Kim Dong-Wook wrote the music for Hellbound.
Hellbound Season 2 Release Date
Season 1 of Hellbound came out on Nov 19, 2021. Season 1 of Hellbound had a total of six episodes. The show has become the most-watched show in the world and has a 97% approval number on Rotten Tomatoes. Because of this, the creators decided to give it a second season.
On Sept. 24, 2022, Netflix announced that there will be a new season of Hellbound. But they haven’t given a specific date for when Hellbound Season 2 will be out. Netflix has said that the next season will air sometime in 2023, but there are still some details about Hellbound Season 2 that have not been made public.
Hellbound Season 2 Cast
The show’s creators haven’t said much about the next season, but we can be sure that the main characters will be back for Season 2.
Yoo Ah-in is expected to play Jeong Jin-soo, Kim Hyun-Joo is expected to play Min Hyejin, Won Jin-ah is expected to play Song So-Hyun, Park Sang-hoon is expected to play a young Jeong Jin-soo, Park Jeong-min is expected to play Bae Young-Jae, and Yang Ik-June is expected to play Jin Kyung-hoon.
Kim Do-Yoon, who plays Lee Dong-Wook, Kim Shin-rok, who plays Park Jeong-JA, Lee Re, who plays Jin Hee-Jeong, Ryu Kyung-soo, who plays Yoo Ji, Kim Mi-soo, who plays Deacon Young-in, Cha Si-won, who plays Deacon Sacheong, Im Hyung-guy, who plays Gong Hyeong-Joon, and Kim Hyun, who
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Hellbound Season 2 Plot
The season one finale of Hellbound starts with Soyhun going to ask Deacon Yuji about helen baby’s tragic decree and why it happened. The Fresh Truth Society after which calls a meeting with Chairman Kim. At this meeting, it is decided that the mother as well as her baby need to be kept apart so that nobody finds out that people who haven’t done anything wrong can still go to hell.
Min Hye-jin saves the day by stepping in and acting like Daredevil when she starts kicking cult members inside the hallway outside. The rescue is successful, so Min sneaks the family to a safe place.
She doesn’t know that the man she trusts is truly Lee Dong Wook, this same crazy YouTuber that used to preach this same cult’s gospel online whenever the decrees initially started to happen.
We don’t know what will happen throughout Hellbound Season 2, however, the end of Season 1 gave us a hint of what might happen. In the end, this same camera zoomed in on Park Jeong-burned JA’s body. She died during the first part of the show, and the Fresh Truth Society used her death to make other people afraid. She appeared to be dead, but all of a sudden she came back to life.
Most of the time, death from monsters isn’t permanent, and there are ways of bringing people back to life. This gives people hope. In Season 1, the focus is on how people are reacting to the new threat. In Season 2, humans might learn more about the life forms and why they are putting people in danger.
There are no hints about what season 2 might be like, but the end of Season 1 gives us a good concept of where the horror show might be going. At the end of the season, the zooming in on Park Jeong-burned JA’s body (Kim Shin-rok).
She died early in the season, as well as the New Truth Society told the whole world about it to scare people into joining their cause. She seemed to be dead for sure, but all of a sudden, she came back to life.
It’s an interesting twist because it suggests that the death from the monsters might not be as final as we thought at first. There might be a method of bringing individuals back to life, that could give people the hope they need to stop these terrible things from happening.
The first season was mostly about how people dealt with the new threat. Is it possible that we’ll find out more about the creatures and why they decided to kill everyone all of a sudden? We hope Netflix will keep the show going soon for us to see what else is in store for this universe.
Lee finds the mother in public, but just as he is about to kill the baby to cover up God’s “mistake,” some demons show up and kill this same baby instead. Then, to keep these people away from their child, the parents tie themself up around the child and burn in their light.
The two burned bodies of the baby’s parents are holding him up so he can live. Is this the very first person who has ever lived through an order? Quite likely. In case that wasn’t shocking sufficiently, the Messiah steps inside and tries to stab this same baby. “I can’t understand the message! It’s too hard!” he screams.
The demons then show up to try to kill Lee as well. Does this create in the child something like a new “Messiah”? Before the cult could indeed claim john as their own, this same group steps in to shield him from one‘s influence. Then, Min gets the child back and takes a taxi away.