Netflix’s 202o hit K-drama “Sweet Home” starring Song Kang, Go Minsi and Lee Do Hyun will be returning for another season but with some changes in the cast lineup. Netflix confirmed the comeback of the fantasy horror drama recently. Read on to know more about the cast and release date.
NETFLIX’S “SWEET HOME” SEASON TWO
According to a News report released by JTBC new on October 6, many boxing industry representatives have shared that a group of producers of “Sweet Home” is planning to record a second season starting next winter. The news report states that Lee Si Young and Park Gyu Young are the only first season actors to join the second season. The game will reportedly be broadcasting other characters to complete the cast, with some actors already confirming their role in the game.
Following the report, a source from Netflix told TopStarNews, “Nothing has been taken yet.” In July, it was reported that “Sweet Home” will return with actors Song Kang, Lee Jin Wook, and Lee Si Young for the second season, but Netflix similarly says no decision has been made on the release of the show.
Based on a hit thriller webtoon with the same name, “Sweet Home” told the story of loneliness in high school that met with horrific events as people began to turn into monsters around after moving to a new building. First season star Song Kang, Lee Jin Wook, Lee Si Young, Lee Do Hyun, Park Gyu Young, Go Min Si, and more.
Netflix to release “My Name” starring Han So Hee
The much-anticipated action actress My Name has announced the release date on October 15, as well as the release of a tea poster with the words – ‘Nobody knows. My enemy, my vengeance. ’The director of the prestigious black youth drama Extracurricular Kim Jin-min is collaborating with Netflix for the second time, and we are overjoyed.
Dark and suspicious, reinforce this Korean crime television series surrounding a revenge-taking woman who joins the crime ring as a secret police officer hoping to find her father’s killer. The protagonist’s role will be played by actress Han So Hee who was last seen in “Nevertheless” opposite Song Kang.