Song Kang, Lee Jin-Wook, Lee Si-young and Lee Do-Hyun appear in South Korean apocalyptic horror streaming TV series Sweet Home† Based on Kim Carnby and Hwang Young-chan’s Naver webtoon of the same name, which has been viewed more than 2.1 billion times online, the series launched on Netflix on December 18, 2020.
One of its biggest triumphs was Sweet Home, with Song Kang from ‘Son of Netflix’. It was a unique twist on the horrific monsters that suddenly appear in apocalyptic tales. The K-drama has been praised for its visual effects, plot and protagonists. The second season of A Sweet Home is said to have been approved. There is little information about who will return when production will start, and other specifics.
Netflix has not yet confirmed the second season of Sweet Home. Netflix withholds information until the majority of shooting is complete. Soompi reported in October 2021 that industry representatives had suggested a second season, but neither the production studio nor Netflix had confirmed this.
A deeply miserable adolescent is forced to confront several people turned into monsters. While the concept of the story mimics a more typical zombie thriller, “Sweet Home” stands out in part because the main people fight a variety of other animals.
Now that the first season has been released, many fans are curious about the release date of the second season, as well as the possible story and cast.
The release date of Sweet Home season 2:
As mentioned, Sweet Home has not yet been officially renewed for a second season, hence no release date has been announced online yet. Based on the production cycle of the first season, HITC estimates that the popular Korean series will return to Netflix in the fall of 2022.
Although Sweet Home is an adaptation of Line’s highly successful Webtoon, the Netflix series didn’t exactly stick to its original plot.
According to a translated version of an interview on Reddit, the authors “didn’t follow the Webtoon story 100 percent” because they wanted to explore “alternative views.”
This means that work on a second season would have to be postponed until a plot and script are developed that can meet the exceptionally high standards of the first season.
With such intricate characters and a well-crafted storyline as in Sweet Home, it will probably take several months to complete.
Season 1 was filmed for nearly eight months, and production was curtailed in the final weeks due to the pandemic. Assuming an equally intensive production schedule for Season 2, the Korean drama could theoretically return as early as fall 2022.
This also matches the previously alleged “leaked” photos of the production set. If these photos are to be trusted and production has just begun, a fall 2022 release would be consistent with the information available.
Sweet Home Cast Season 2
The series follows Cha Hyun Soo, a high school student. In the film, Song Kang portrays Hyun Soo. Season 1 of the show featured Lee JinWook as “former detective SangWook; Lee SiYoung as “former Special Agent Seo YiKung; Lee DoHyun as” genius Lee Eunhyuk; Park GyuYoung as musician Yoon JiSu; Go Min-Si as Eun Lee, the younger sister by Lee EunHyuk; and Kim NamGee as “Korean Language Professor Jeong JaeHeon.” It would be intriguing to see who will join the cast if and when Netflix approves Season 2 of Sweet Home.
Plot of Sweet Home Season 2:
Due to the lack of an official renewal, there is no official storyline summary for the second season of ‘Sweet Home’. However, given where the first season ends, it seems plausible that the program would resume shortly after the events of the first season.
Chan Hyon-soo awakens in the final moments of Season 1 and finds himself in an armored truck driven by Pyeon Sang-Wook, who is actually Ui-myeong and has simply taken on Sang form. wook’s Given that the episode ends on a cliffhanger, it’s reasonable that viewers want to know how the story continues.
Netflix has an extensive selection of shows intended to appeal to a wide variety of groups. Korean horror may not be every subscriber’s cup of tea, but “Sweet Home” fans are hoping the show’s popularity will bring a second season.
Sweet Home Season 2 Official Trailer:
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Reviews on IMDB:
Sweet Home gets a good 7.4/10 on IMDB, 83 percent on Rotten Tomatoes and 8.7/10 on MyDramaList, demonstrating the popularity of the K international drama.