Netflix is back with another South Korean fantasy thriller drama named Hellbound. It is directed by Yeon Sang-ho, who has also directed films like Train To Busan, and Peninsula. Both of Yeon Sang-ho’s films were selected for at Cannes Film Festival. Netflix has described Yeon’s films as “redefining the future of Korean films.”
Ahead of its time, Netflix has released the final trailer of Hellbound on Netflix’s official YouTube channel. The trailer of Hellbound of Netflix has intrigued fans because of its chilling narration and horrific supernatural beings.
Hellbound is going to state another fashion statement just like Money Heist, which we can be sure of by the trailer.
The series is certainly going to be Netflix’s success, but it had already started gaining success in Toronto International Film Festival as the first South Korean drama.
When will Hellbound be released on Netflix?
Hellbound will stream on Netflix from November 19th, 2021. The fantasy thriller drama will be available in over 190 countries, as confirmed by Netflix. The drama will contain only six episodes, which will really easy for the fans to binge-watch on one go.
The cast of Hellbound
The cast of Netflix’s Hellbound includes Yoo Ah-in as Jeong Jin-soo- a cult leader; Park Sang-hoon plays the role of Young Jeong Jin-soo; Kim Hyun-Joo plays the role of an attorney named Min Hye-jin.
Also, Park Jeong-min played the role of Bae Young-Jae, as a broadcast producer; Yang Ik-June played the role of Jin Kyeong-hoon, a detective; and Won Jin-ah played the role of Song So-Hyun, i.e. Bae Young-Jae’s wife.
The pressure of success is highly on Yeon, after the immense success of another South Korean drama Squid Game. According to Star Today, Yeon’s work is, “uncertainties and absurdities of modern society”.
“It’s the fear that will set people free from sin.”
Brace yourself for Hellbound, a new series directed by Train to Busan's visionary Yeon Sang Ho. Premieres November 19 pic.twitter.com/MZ1QZugPDL
— Netflix (@netflix) October 27, 2021
Yeon Sang-ho is a South-Korean director and screenwriter who gained enormous success after the live-action film Train to Busan (now streaming on Netflix), The Fake, Psychokinesis, and Peninsula.
All you need to know about the plot of Hellbound
The trailer description claims, “I would like to welcome you all to the new world. All hell breaks loose. Utter chaos ravages the world.”
The trailer is picturesque, as supernatural beings attack people on Earth and take them to hell with them. In a small amount of time, the Earth became the “living hell.” The narrator Jin-soo explains in the trailer-
“Why do people sin? Sin exists because humans choose to sin. We have forgotten about shame, remorse, repentance, and redemption. God has found a way to directly show you what hell is like. You must become more righteous. It’s the fear that will set people free from sin. I’d like to welcome you all to the new world.”
This drama combines the theme of notions of hell, religions, and humanity. With the declaration of a new religion, Saejinrihwe, death angels, come to Earth to take away the sinners from hell.
Fans are going crazy with the spine-chilling trailer of Netflix’s Hellbound. With the craze of the trailer among the audience, we can assume Hellbound will be a massive success on Netflix.
Netflix releases the 2nd preview of #Hellbound.People who are divided in a world of shock and confusion.
Atty. #MinHyeJin, who #KimHyunJoo explained,”I believe in transcendent beings, but I am more humanly on the side,"takes the center stage of the play with a firm appearance.😍 pic.twitter.com/KxfFMmkxbJ
— ~ 게일~ (@EtherealHyunJoo) November 8, 2021
I think they can still attend and organise premiers/like movie screeningl/getting nominated/like other interviews at award shows/any prestigious events
Hellbound did that too even though it's getting on Netflix so let's pray for the best for both high five and Yacha 🙏🏻❤️
— 🌊 (@prathyupjysk) November 6, 2021
— Mashable (@mashable) November 8, 2021
The world has become a living hell.
HELLBOUND – a new series by Train to Busan director Yeon Sang Ho – arrives Nov 19 on Netflix. pic.twitter.com/LDzjj4qdVT
— Netflix Geeked (@NetflixGeeked) November 1, 2021
HELLBOUND is going to be Netflix's next SQUID GAME, and here's a creepy new poster for the show! pic.twitter.com/N44yswVejf
— Netflix Updates (@NetflxUpdates) November 5, 2021
I am in hell help me hellbound hellraiser bloody person on floor pic.twitter.com/bHrFiKGnnt
— reactions (@reactjpg) March 17, 2020
Will you be watching this film?