Hellbound Korean series took over Squid Game as most popular Netflix series globally in more than 80 countries within 24 hours of its debut. How has this series achieved such attention? Read this topic now for the answer!
South Korean horror Hellbound quickly rose to global stardom, generating quite a buzz in the Korean entertainment industry, with some prediction that the fantasy horror drama could become another “Squid Game,” which has recently become the most-watched Netflix series ever.
What to expect of the director of “Train To Busan”? It’s another great film. In Hellbound, there is no more zombie but a more dangerous creature.
The series centers around the graphically violent actions of a team of demons, who hunt down sinners who have been previously visited by a celestial being who has informed the victim of their date and time of death.
The giant hairy creatures incinerate their victims and send them to hell, prompting an outbreak of public hysteria and religious zealotry.
Even when the story is mostly about monsters attacking human, but the message this series want to deliver is deeper than that. This is a story about vengeance for our sins, not from human but from God.
With an intriguing and creation story, Hellbound leads us diving into the journey of violent acts and vendettas, bewildered by impressive cinematography, that combined to a fulfilling movie viewing adventure.
It would be remiss not to mention the great performance of actors, especially Yoo Ah. He did excellent play in this role that has him delivering cryptic words of faith with a certain deadness in his eyes, making him all the more calming to his rabid supporters, especially as more deadly decrees start to happen.
With all the compliments and accomplishments, Hellbound Korean Netflix is a series you shouldn’t miss for the last 2021.