The South Korean Netflix series “Hellbound” is about supernatural beings who send people to hell. With “Hellbound”, another thriller series from South Korea, appears on the streaming service Netflix after “Squid Game”. One day, supernatural beings appear in the series out of nowhere, issuing a decree and condemning people to hell.
Hellbound: When Will The Show Release?
The six episodes of the thriller series will appear soon on streaming service Netflix. The show is scheduled to release on November 19, 2021.
Hellbound: What Is The Plot Of The Show?
The official synopsis of Netflix describes the show as,
“Unearthly beings deliver bloody condemnations, sending individuals to hell and giving rise to a religious group founded on the idea of divine justice.”
Amid the utter chaos caused by these inexplicable supernatural events, Jung Jinsu, the leader of an emerging religious association called the New Truth, makes himself heard. He claims that only those who have sinned are condemned and that these incidents stand for God’s will to lead humanity on the right path.
The spearhead, a group of his followers who blindly trust him, take on the punishment of those who oppose this divine will, and life becomes the proverbial hell on earth.
Attorney Min Hyejin challenges Jung Jinsu by claiming that the hellish incidents were merely supernatural events. It allies itself with the few people who try to protect the damned and make the earth the world of men again, not the gods. Together they stand up against the chaos caused by the New Truth.
Hellbound: Do We Have A Trailer?
The first trailer of the much-awaited South Korean series is already here. It shows how supernatural beings come to earth and punish people and how Jung Jinsu and the New Truth use this.
Hellbound: Who’s In The Cast?
The show will mark the return of some familiar faces from the South Korean industry. These include:
- Yoo Ah-In
- Kim Hyun-Joo
- Kim Do-Yoon
- Park Jeong-Min
- Lee Re
- Win Jin-A
- Kim Sin-Rock
Hellbound: Already Making History Before Release
Directed by Yeon Sang-Ho, the show is written by Choi Gyu-Seok. The show’s first episode was premiered at Toronto International Film Festival 2021 and was well received. The event marked it as the first Korean show to get an invite to the infamous film festival.