Streaming platform Netflix on Saturday handled ardent followers of Korean dramas with unique footage from upcoming reveals like “My Title” and “Hellbound” and launched new titles like “Juvenile Justice” and “All Of Us Are Useless”. A part of the “contactless” world fan occasion ”TUDUM”, the ”Korea Highlight” was a pre-show digital presentation which gave an perception into Korean content material, which has taken the world by storm with the rise of streamers.
Appears of recent reveals like “The Hungry and the Bushy”; “The Silent Sea”, sci-fi thriller thriller starring Bae Doona and Gong Yoo; and “Single”s Inferno” too had been revealed. These titles will probably be obtainable on the streamer in December.
In 2022, authorized drama “Juvenile Justice” with Korean star Kim Hye-soo within the lead and zombie horror sequence “All Of Us Are Useless” will probably be launched in January.
“Juvenile Justice” will see Kim Hye-soo, identified for “Sign” and “Hyena”, play the position of a choose for juvenile offenders. Kim Moo-yul, Lee Sung-min and Lee Jung-eun additionally spherical out the solid of the present.
Based mostly on a webtoon, “All Of Us Are Useless” is a drama centered on a highschool the place a zombie virus has unfold.
Romance drama “Love and Leashes” will probably be launched in February.
Tune Kang, star of reveals like “Love Alarm”, “Navillera”, “Nonetheless” and movie “Candy Dwelling”, took followers on a particular digital date to the Netflix workplace the place he performed a sequence of enjoyable video games.
Tune shared some secrets and techniques along with his followers: He revealed he watches American police procedural comedy “Brooklyn 9-9” every time he feels down.
“I”d prefer to strive enjoying the position of a nerd in a meaningless world. I”d prefer to strive numerous roles,” he added.
The actor additionally mentioned he’ll quickly star in a brand new Netflix venture.
Subsequent, Jung Hae-in, who just lately starred in “DP”, shared a vlog with followers which he shot for throughout the promotional shoot of his just lately launched Netflix sequence.
Within the clip, Jung mentioned when he performed the position of Personal An Jun-ho in “DP” he paid loads of consideration to “not saying a phrase” to convey out the character of a personality who was troubled and quiet.
The sequence, which was launched in August, tells the story of a staff of Korean navy police with their mission to catch deserters.
“Once I tried to painting An Jun-ho, what I paid loads of consideration to was not saying a phrase, however expressing my current emotion in different methods. I mentioned rather a lot with the director. Since he”s somebody who’s trapped, it was very troublesome to specific how he felt when he confronted exterior stimulation,” Jung mentioned.
Additionally identified for reveals like “One thing within the Rain”, “One Spring Evening”, and film “Tune in for Love”, the actor mentioned he hopes to remain wholesome in “each physique and thoughts” to proceed his job.
“When folks inform me that they’re having fun with the present and once I”m capturing on set and folks ship me espresso, scrumptious snacks, and even ship me meals to help me throughout my appearing, that”s once I really feel that I”m being liked. I realise that I’ve to do my greatest. I”m at all times grateful once I go on set. I really like my household and I really like my followers,” Jung added.
The Korea Highlight occasion was hosted by Tremendous Junior band member Kim Hee-chul and Exo band member Kai, who revealed the teaser of their upcoming selection sequence “New World”, which which can see six individuals studying how one can survive in a distant location.
Different individuals are “Vagabond” star Lee Seung-gi, rapper and “Reply 1997” actor Eun Ji-won, comedian Park Na-rae, and “Story of the 9 Tailed” star Cho Bo-ah. The present will begin streaming on November 20.
Kim Hee-chul described “New World” as not solely a utopia the place all the things you dream comes true, but in addition a range present with varied episodes of finishing up thrilling missions within the digital world.
“I’m a bit dissatisfied with the teaser. They took out all of the unhealthy elements. Significantly, I used to be so depressing. I wished to flee,” he quipped.
“It felt like I used to be capturing a sitcom as a result of it was a sequence of unusual and enjoyable conditions,” mentioned Kai.
An exciting uncut motion sequence from the upcoming sequence “My Title” was additionally revealed on the occasion.
“My Title” is an upcoming Korean sequence which can observe the journey of a revenge-driven girl, performed by “Nonetheless” star Han So-hee, who places her belief in a robust crime boss (Park Hee-soon) following her father”s homicide.
Additionally starring “Itaewon Class” star Ahn Bo-hyun, “Kingdom” actor Kim Sang-ho, “World of the Married” actor Lee Hak-joo, the sequence will probably be launched on October 15.
Directed by Kim Jin-min of “Extracurricular” fame, “My Title” can have its world premiere on the twenty sixth Busan Worldwide Movie Competition (BIFF) within the inaugural ”On Display screen” part in October. The phase was introduced this yr by the BIFF to “showcase extremely anticipated drama sequence that will probably be streamed over on-line video streaming platforms”.
Celebrated Korean chef Paik Jong-won can be heading to Netflix subsequent month with the present exploring Korean alcohol titled “Paik”s Spirit”.
The Korea Highlight, which ran for round half-hour on Netflix YouTube channel, additionally showcased the teaser “Hellbound”, a sequence directed by Yeon Sang-ho identified for blockbuster movies like “Practice to Busan” and “Peninsula”.
The sequence, which launch on November 19, is a couple of spiritual group propagating the concept of divine justice as otherworldly beings out of the blue seem world wide and condemn people to hell.
It stars widespread South Korean actors Yoo Ah-in, Park Jeong-min, Kim Hyun-joo, and Received Jin-a.
The sequence had its world premiere on the Toronto Worldwide Movie Competition in September 9. It should even be screened within the ”On Display screen” part on the BIFF.