Sweet Home, the critically acclaimed Korean creature drama from Netflix, will return for a second season. Lee Eung-Bok, who directed the first season, will direct the second and third seasons, which will be produced this year back-to-back,
according to a statement from the streaming service. “In these additional seasons, Sweet Home will take on a greater scale, with an expanded storyline and cast,” the business stated in a statement. Sweet Home, which premiered on Netflix in 2020,
was the first South Korean series to make it into the company’s top three in the United States, foreshadowing the global smash success of Squid Game. It rose to the top of the global rankings in eight regions, including the United States,
and was in the top ten in an additional 42. Based on the Naver webtoon by Kim Carnby and Hwang Young-chan, the show’s story takes place in a fictional universe where humans are transformed into terrible monsters and terrorize the world. They are forced to battle for their lives but somehow manage to hold on to their humanity.
Release Date of Sweet Home Season 2
Due to the pandemic, work was halted in the final weeks of Season 1 filming. Season 2 of the Korean drama might premiere as early as the fall of 2022 if the production timetable remains the same.
On the 18th of December, 2020, Netflix launched the first season of the show. As of right now, the launch date for season 2 is set for Friday, November 25, 2022.
Filmmaker Lee Eung-bok “basically” understood how the Line Webtoon would finish before its last chapter was released in July 2020; nonetheless, he decided to “differ slightly from the webtoon because [they’re] showing on separate platforms.” Lee:
With each episode costing $2.7 million, the series spent most of its money. Motion capture was used to record the monsters’ motions by choreographer Kim Seol-jin and contortionist Troy James.
Season 2 of Sweet Home Cast
Cha Hyun Soo, a high school student, is the focus of the series. Hyun Soo is portrayed in the film by Song Kang. Among the cast members of Season 1 was Lee JinWook as “former detective SangWook;
Lee Si Young as “former special operative Seo YiKung; Park GyuYoung as musician Yoon JiSu, Lee Eunhyuk’s younger sister; Go Min-Si as Eun Lee,
and Kim NamGee as Korean language professor Jeong JaeHeon.” If Netflix decides to renew Sweet Home for a second season, it will be interesting to see who joins the cast.
Season 2 of Sweet Home Storyline
The second season of “Sweet Home” has no official storyline summary due to the lack of an official renewal. It’s reasonable to assume that the show will pick up just where it left off after the events of the first season,
given where it finishes. In the last moments of Season 1, Chan Hyon-soo wakes up in an armored vehicle being driven by Pyeon Sang-Wook, who is actually Ui-Myeong and has simply assumed Sang-shape.
work To understand why fans want to know what happens next, consider that the program ended on a cliffhanger. Netflix has a wide array of shows that cater to a wide range of demographics.
“Sweet Home” supporters are hoping that the popularity of the show will lead to a second season, even if Korean horror isn’t to everyone’s taste.
Sweet Home’s Season 1 Recap
As far as Korean television’s monster shows go, the first season of this show set a new standard. More money and better production values are expected for the upcoming seasons. Stars from Season 1, such as Song Kang and Lee Jin-UK,
will be returning, as will Lee Si-young, Ko Min-si, and Park Kyu-young, who all appeared in the first season. Yoo Oh-Seong, Oh Jung-Se, Kim Moo-Yeol, and Jung Jin-young are all newcomers to the Sweet Home cast. After the demise of his family, Cha Hyun-soo, a melancholy adolescent, moves into the Green House apartment. In the midst of an apocalypse, he and the other inmates of the building are forced to defend themselves from hungry monsters.
Additionally, people who are infected by monsters become infected monsters in turn. It’s up to the surviving occupants to hold the fort, take difficult calls, and keep themselves safe and alive while monsters infiltrate areas of the building and certain residents eventually
become infected and turn into monsters themselves. While there will be plenty of blood, guts, and gut-wrenching gore, the underlying plot also delves into the lives of the people who live there. Naturally, there are some characters who must step up as leaders and heroes, and yet others who turn out to be versions of troublemakers despite the situation they find themselves in.