Hellbound is Netflix’s Korean horror show from Train to Busan director

Simply a couple of months after the amazing success of Squid Video Game, which Netflix has actually revealed as its most popular series ever, the streaming service has a brand-new Korean scary program en route called Hellbound. The brand-new series will be launched on Nov. 19, when customers will have the ability to see all 6 episodes of the program.

Hellbound occurs in a world where everybody understands their own time of death. Even even worse, when the eventful minute shows up, huge beasts appear to drag your soul to hell. In September, Netflix launched an excellent trailer flaunting these beasts searching somebody down, however the majority of the series will concentrate on a strange church that thinks the animals are divine; a range of characters will examine the church and its cult-like leader. The story is based upon director Yeon Sang-ho’s webtoon, which is just formally readily available in Korean at the minute.

Netflix’s Hellbound poster

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Sang-ho, the director of Train to Busan and its follow up, go back to the story to direct all 6 episodes of Hellbound. The series will star Yoo Ah-in (Burning), Park Jeong-min (Provide United States from Evil), Kim Hyun-joo, and Won Jin-ah (The Age of Shadows). Hellbound was likewise the very first Korean drama to ever dip into the Toronto International Movie Celebration, where the series premiered previously this year.

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.