Netflix’s top-rated Korean zombie series”Kingdom” is set to go back for its second run next month along with the buzz is already on.
Together with the very first season this past year debuting to critical acclaim, the hype surrounding the upcoming season isn’t surprising, particularly now that Netflix has dropped a new trailer for the season two premiere.
Here are some quick facts about”Kingdom” season 2 you should not overlook:
The cast members of year 1, such as Bae Doo Na Joo Ji Hun, and Ryu Seung Ryong are set to reprise their roles next season.
Where they had been joined by cast members Park Byung Eun and Kim Tae Hoon the three actors attended their very first script reading for year two.
Long before Netflix announced the renewal of the series earlier this month, production on”Kingdom” season 2 had already been penalized.
The cast started shooting their scenes for season two in February 2019 along with the manufacturing wrapped in June.
With just a few weeks left before”Kingdom” yields, Netflix was actively dropping hints about the plot of the new year here and there.
Earlier this season, the flowing giant fell a violent new trailer for”Kingdom” season 2, showing the woes of Crown Prince Yi Chang as he and his league fight against the undead.
The trailer hints that the prince will confront a political problem in the kingdom after the rebellion of Minister Cho Hak-Ju, that, in season, took advantage of supernatural powers to carry out his plans.
In season 2, the crown prince will keep on fighting to rescue his country. It could be recalled following a plague began to claim that the lives of his people that this exploration was began by him in season 1.
The synopsis for the series reads, “In a kingdom defeated by corruption and famine, a mysterious rumor of the king’s death spreads, as does a strange plague that leaves the contaminated immune to death and hungry for flesh.
The crown prince, fallen victim to a conspiracy, sets out on a journey to unveil the evil plot and save his folks.”
“Kingdom” season 2 will premiere on March 13 on Netflix.