K-drama fans, rejoice! Netflix is back to satisfy our cravings for all things Hallyu.
Hosted by SHINee’s Choi Minho and All of Us are Dead actress Cho Yihyun, Netflix’s TUDUM showcase event has revealed a big lineup of Korean content that’s packed with humor, adrenaline, and Hallyu, of course.
Wondering which of your favorite Korean Netflix series will be getting a season two? Check out our guide below:
Players, suit up for the second season of Squid Game, which has been hinted since its release in September 2021—thanks to Seong Gi-hun's (Lee Jung-jae) uncertain fate.
In June 2022, Squid Game director Hwang Dong-hyuk confirmed that the popular Netflix series will be getting a season two in a letter for fans. “Gi-hun returns. The Front Man returns. Season 2 is coming. The man in the suit with ddakji might be back. You’ll also be introduced to Younghee’s boyfriend, Cheolsu,” he wrote.
Netflix, however, has yet to reveal the official release date for Squid Game season two, as of this writing.
Money Heist Korea: Joint Economic Area Part 2
The second season of Money Heist Korea: Joint Economic Area kicked off with a bang as TUDUM 2022 dropped its spine-tingling trailer featuring the Joint Task Force “tightening its grip.”
Set in a seemingly unified Korean Peninsula, Money Heist Korea revolves around a hostage scenario led by a brilliant Professor (Yoo Ji-tae) and an equally resourceful gang. In June 2022, director Kim Hong-sun hinted that the second season will focus on the division of the stolen four million won among the gang.
Part 2 is reportedly slated for release in the final quarter of 2022.
Based on the webtoon adaptation of the same name, Hellbound tells the story of otherwordly entities that sentence unlucky victims to hell.
According to Netflix, the series's second season is still in its “early stages of renewal” with the release date yet to be announced.
All of Us Are Dead
Is Lee Cheong-san (Yoon Chan-young) alive? Is Nam On-jo (Park Ji-hu) a hambie? Can Choi Nam-ra (Cho Yi-hyun) control her urges to feast on human flesh?
Fans might have to wait a little longer since Yi-hyun didn’t divulge any details during the showcase. Even so, the hit zombie apocalypse series has been renewed for a second season just nine months since its release.
In June 2022, All of Us Are Dead season two was also confirmed by Chan-young, Ji-hu, Yi-hyun, and Park Solomon in a special video for fans.
Jung Hae-in fans, rejoice! The charming actor is making a swagger return to Netflix with D.P. season two.
Before the event, the second chapter of the military drama has been confirmed with a special teaser released in December 2021. The official premiere date, however, is yet to be revealed.
D.P. follows the Korean military police as they endure a survival of the fittest culture in a bid to catch deserters. The series was based on the Lezhin webtoon called D.P Dog’s Day written by Kim Bo-tong.
Will you die as a human or live long until you become a monster? Well, that question may be answered as the zombie series Sweet Home will be getting a second and third season which are currently in the works.
Based on the webtoon of the same name, the first season tells the story of high school student Cha Hyun-soo (Song Kang) moving into an apartment after an unexpected family tragedy. His peaceful life is soon interrupted when an army of zombie-fied monsters threatens the lives of the people living in the same building.
Are you ready to turn up the heat with season two of Single’s Inferno?
Single’s Inferno revolves around 12 attractive singles as they find the love of their life on an island called the “Inferno.” Some of the reality dating show’s most well-known contestants include Song Jia, Kim Hyunjoong, and Shin Jiyeon, among others.
We might have to pause our fangirling since the newest batch of hot singles is yet to be revealed.