Netflix’s upcoming series “Hellbound” revealed another poster, heralding a cruel journey to Hell

The second main poster for Director Yeon Sang-ho’s drama “Hellbound” was released.

On November 15th, Netflix’s original series “Hellbound” unveiled its second main poster. This poster contains various aspects of a society in confusion after supernatural creatures appeared and created another hell on Earth. Through a demonstration of Hell in the middle of Seoul, people who don’t even know if Hell exists but confirm the fragments of Hell are surrounded by uncontrollable fear when the world turns into a mess in an instant.

Hellbound 2nd poster

Leader of the religion ‘New Truth Society’ Jeong Jin-soo (Yoo Ah-in) interprets supernatural phenomena as God’s will is trying to present a new order to the world in chaos. The beliefs and choices of people who believe in ‘New Truth Society’ and are gradually immersed in madness, those who confront and doubt the ‘New Truth Society’ until the end, and those who fiercely oppose the society where everything is dismantled create another hell.

Hellbound 2nd poster

Hellbound” is a series that tells the story of a supernatural phenomenon in which people are dragged to Hell by the angels of death that appeared without notice, the emerging religion ‘New Truth Society’ taking advantage of this confusion and people who try to reveal the reality of these incidents.

Hellbound 2nd poster

Being officially invited to various film festivals around the world, including the Toronto International Film Festival, the BFI London Film Festival and the Busan International Film Festival, this series drew attention even before its release.

Hellbound 2nd poster

“Hellbound” received favorable reviews immediately after it was unveiled through an online premiere and was praised as “more interesting than ‘Squid Game’.” Attention is focusing on whether “Hellbound”, which has gained lots of positive reactions, will be able to continue this good atmosphere after its release. This series will be available on Netflix on November 19th.


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