The King: Eternal Monarch is an Impending Netflix Original K-Drama Show by screenwriter Kim Eun Sook. The show is going to be directed by Baek Sang-Hoon, who previously directed such show as Descendants of the Sun and Secret.
The Release Date for The King: Eternal Monarch
The very first episode of The King: Eternal Monarch will soon be available to stream Netflix on Saturday, April 18th, 2020.
Episodes will be available two times per week, arriving on Saturdays and Sundays.
There’ll be a total of 16 episodes
The King: Eternal Monarch Plot
Place across two universes that are parrel, the first resembles Korea today as we understand it. In the world, the nation of Korea is an empire, ruled by a monarch that is kind although single. When evil forces begin to plot and the doorway between the two worlds is open, the emperor enlists the help of a detective in the world to save their worlds.
Yi Gon is the generation’s third Korean emperor. His taxpayers respect him as the ideal leader. But behind this flawless appearance, hides a profound wound. When he was eight years old, his father was killed before his eyes after a coup.
Rather than respecting his filial duty, he prefers to escape the palace, today. During one of his escapades, he finds himself propelled to a world where he meets an inspector with whom he teams up together to defeat the criminals but also close the door between their two worlds, Jung Tae Eul.
The next cast members have been confirmed to star in The King: Eternal Monarch:
- Lee Min Ho as Emperor Yi Gon
- Kim Go Eun as Jung Tae Eul / Luna
- Woo Do Hwan as Jo Eun Sup / Jo Young
- Kim Kyung Nam as Kang Shin Jae
- Jung Eun Chae as Goo Seo Ryung
- Goo Seo Ryung as Yi Rim
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Will the show be a record-breaking K-Drama?
It’s going to require something special for a brand new K-Drama string to smash into the Korean dramas in broadcast.
The King Eternal Monarch will require almost half of all of the viewership in South Korea to get to the top 50. At it now stands, at least 45% will be needed by the series.
Six k-dramas between 2019 and 2010 managed to break into the top 50.
It’s a tall order to create a few waves, however The King: Eternal Monarch has every chance of being a great success.