Netflix K-Drama Horror ‘Hellbound’ To release in Netflix on November 2021 & Details We Know So Far

One of the most anticipated K-Dramas since the debut of Kingdom will be available on Netflix in 2021. Hellbound, the new horror movie, will make its debut at a number of prestigious international film festivals before finding its way to Netflix. We’ll keep you updated on all you need to know about hellbound, such as the narrative, cast, trailer, and Netflix release date.

Hellbound is a South Korean Netflix Original horror series developed and directed by Yeon Sang-Ho, based on the popular South Korean webtoon Hell. Hellbound will be one of the most popular South Korean Netflix releases in 2021, with the exception of a special episode of Kingdom and Squid Game.

When will Hellbound release?

Surprisingly, Netflix has not yet set a release date for Hellbound. The K-Drama, on the other hand, has been wowing reviewers since its premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival. Hellbound is the first Korean drama series to have its world debut at the Toronto International Film Festival.

The series will premiere in South Korea in October at the 26th Busan International Film Festival. Hellbound has also been invited to screen as part of the LFF series excitement segment at the 65th BFI London Film Festival. We anticipate a November or December 2021 release date for Hellbound, which will be presented at festivals in October 2021.

The speculated narrative for Hellbound series

Jung Jin Soo, the head and creator of the new religion Saejinrihwe, believes that death angels brought from hell are a divine revelation. His unusual and passionate fans are drawn to his strong magnetism. Bae Young Jae, a broadcasting station program director, is determined to learn the truth about Saejinrihwe, while Detective Jin Kyung Hoon investigates the mystery surrounding the angels of death.

Production Details

Hellbound was shot in Iksan, Jeollabuk-do, South Korea, with main photography beginning on September 23rd, 2020 and concluding on January 18th, 2021.

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