Who will appear in “Hellbound 2” without Yoo Ah In? From Kim Sung Cheol to Moon Geun Young

Actress Yoo Ah In was removed from the lineup of Netflix’s series “Hellbound 2” due to drug use allegations. This position was filled by actor Kim Sung Cheol.

According to the casting lineup of “Hellbound 2” released by Netflix on March 2nd, viewers can meet Kim Hyun Joo, Kim Shin Rok, Lee Dong Hee and Yang Ik June in “Hellbound 2” following season 1. On top of that, new faces Kim Sung Cheol, Yang Dong Geun, Im Sung Jae and Cho Dong In will join, while Moon Geun Young will also make a special appearance.

Hellbound 2

“Hellbound” is a Netflix series depicting the story of a supernatural phenomenon in which people are sentenced to hell without notice, and those who want to reveal the reality of the revived religious group New Truth Society

In “Hellbound 2”, Kim Hyun Joo returns to the role of Min Hye Jin, an attorney who fights against the Arrowheads, a fanatical group that follows New Truth Society. Meanwhile, Kim Sung Cheol takes on the role of Jeong Jin Soo, the leader of New Truth Society who hides the fact that he’s going to hell to protect the doctrine of his cult. 

Hellbound 2

On the other hand, Kim Shin Rok, Lee Dong Hee, Yang Ik June, and Lee Re, who respectively play Park Jeong Ja, Chairman Kim Jeong Chil, Jin Kyeong Hoon, and Jin Hee Jeong in season 1, will also return in season 2 of “Hellbound”, depicting the back stories of those who were at the center of chaos.

New characters will also appear to add richness to the narrative of “Hellbound”. In particular, Yang Dong Geun will play the leader of secret organization Sodo, while Lim Seong Jae assumes the role of a Sodo member who lost a loved one to the “angel”. In addition, Jo Dong In and Moon Geun Young will make special appearances as leaders of the Arrowhead gang, who go by the pseudos “Pinwheel” and “Sunshine Class Teacher”, respectively. 

Hellbound 2

“Hellbound”, which is based on a webtoon of the same name, is written by Choi Gyu Seok and directed by Yeon Sang Ho, who is behind the successes of “Train to Busan” and “Peninsula”. Season 1 of the drama, which tackled in-depth questions regarding life and death, crime and punishment, autonomy and coercion, etc, was loved by both the public and critics in and outside of Korea. 

Season 1 of “Hellbound”, which is arousing hot expectations from fans around the world after Netflix unveiled a new cast lineup for season 2, can be viewed on OTT platform Netflix.

Source: Naver 

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