Netflix lifts stakes with another Korean Sequence after the Squid Game. Both these Korean shows have gained momentum and a green flag from Netflix. Netflix is all set to raise stakes with the Korean Movie – Hellbound. Its dark trailer has been intriguing its audience all over.
This Korean sequence is directed by Yeon Sang-ho, well-known for directing the Zombie Movie Train To Busan. Byun Seung-min is the executive producer and Kim Yeon-ho is the producer of this dark sequence. Han Mee-Yeon and Yang Jin-mo are the editors of the sequence.
Unearthly, mystical, supernatural beings deliver condemnations by sentencing individuals to hell and giving rise to a religious organization founded on the purpose and idea of divine justice.
The show is set to launch on 19 November 2021 with a total of 6 episodes on Netflix in the Korean language. It is a drama and fantasy-based genre. It features a talented set of characters that make the movie an amazing watch. Streaming across 190 countries it will be released on 19 November 2021.
Trailer Of Hellbound
In this trailer, notice how sin can damage the world and humanity. Here the characters are warned that they will not survive long and will die shortly. They give an impression of being lethal and leave behind a scary horrifying impression.
Outline And Summary Of The Movie Hellbound
In this sequence, the incredible performance of hell occurs in front of the crowd in the middle of Seoul. Mystical, supernatural and surreal beings declare that individuals will go to hell. Creatures from the afterlife begin to appear at different times and plot on killing the humans in brutal ways.
Rising above the chaos as a product of these brutal supernatural events is the voice of Jang Jinsu, the commander and leader of an upcoming religious group, The New Truth. They state that only sinners should be condemned and that humans must become righteous to live with peace and harmony. Humans must be righteous and not sinful.
The Archers, a group of his followers with blind faith take punishments of those who go against the will and declaration of God. Here, the world becomes a living hell as it is driven by crimes and sins. Righteousness is on a decline.
Netflix Lifts Stake With Korean Sequences:
Hellbound will launch on Netflix on 19 November 2021. Sit back and await this awesome, dark sequence packed with action and crime. Netflix has been lifting its stake with Korean sequences post the robust globally hit show Squid Game that gained a large fan base and applause from its audience. Until then, watch the trailer of Hellbound and wait back until the show arrives on screen!
More About Hellbound
Hellbound – Netflix’s supernatural Korean thriller brings hell on Earth. The story of Hellbound revolves around a massive plot where the characters are given death warnings a few days prior.
Some Of The Characters Cast In The Show Are
Yoo Ah-in, Won Jin-A, Kim Hyun-joo, Park Jung-min, Yang Ik-Joon, Lee Re, Ryu Kyung-Soo, Kim Shin-rok and a few others. Yoo Ah-in is the head of the emerging religion ‘New Truth Society’. Kim Hyun-Joo as Min Hye-jin, an attorney, Yang Ik-June as Jin Kyeong -hoon a detective, and Won Jin-ah as Song So-Hyun as Bae Young, Kate’s wife. These are the main characters and the rest will be seen in supporting roles. The sequence has a talented set of characters. This is the cast and crew of Hellbound.
Here, the characters are given death warnings a few days before. The warnings are as per the individual’s sin. This dark trailer creates curiosity and intrigues its viewers. Hellbound’s trailer dropped on YouTube on 27 October and has collected 186k viewers this far.
Outer View And Conclusion
Thus, the show Hellbound is dark, violent, and very suspenseful. Watch the dark trailer to get a deeper insight. Can you imagine the earth becoming a living hell and unreal characters sentencing humans to death? Man must become righteous and not commit crimes and sins. Stream this sequence on 19th November to watch what happens further. This is Korea’s first drama to make it to the festival- Toronto International Film Festival. Thus, Netflix lifts and rises its stake in Korean Sequences.
Korean films are lately gaining momentum and popularity across the globe and are making a mark. Netflix is giving green light to Korean Productions. It is a must-watch, entertaining, and surely worth your while. This sequence will get you totally absorbed. Do watch this power-packed dark sequence with action, thrill, and violence to get your blood running cold.