'Kingdom' Depicts the process of delving into the secrets of those  in  News

Back by:  hwarang  on  November 9, 2018 08:12 AM

'Kingdom' Depicts the process of delving into the secrets of those

Kim said, "It was my first time to collaborate with Netflix, the filmmaker (Kim Sung-hoon), and I had a mistake in the beginning, but it was a fresh work. I focused on expressing how power and hunger affected plagues."


Netflix explained that "the script is almost finished" in relation to the production of the season 2 announced the day before. However, Netflix did not disclose more details because of security policy.

'Kingdom' still cut Netflix available

Netflix held a 'Kingdom' one or two screenings at Capital Theater the previous night. The screening shows that it is one of the dozens of original series in Asia that I want to give the most power, and I can see that they are playing in the Korean market.

Japan, India, and other Asia Pacific countries, the intense gesture of the zombies that emerge in the landscape of the palace in and around the Joseon Dynasty seemed literally close to the 'shock'. The zombies met in the old scenery of this wonderful country and synergized properly.

'Kingdom' still cut Netflix available

After the first part, which was focused on building a narrative, a "polite" clapping came out, but after the second episode where zombies appeared in earnest, applause and cheers were poured out. Foreign reporters poured out words of "Wonderful", "Completely crazy", "Cruel but funny".

"I thought it was relatively calm in the first part, but I felt immense in the second part," said Kariza Irisland, a reporter of orange juice from India. "I had a breath of fresh air, The acting was also impressive, "he said.

(From left) Ryu Seung-ryong of 'Kingdom', Ji-joo Ju, Kim Eun-hee writer, Kim Sung-hoon

Kim said, "I did not intentionally write brutally, but rather tried to make the setting for the zombie known to anyone, the reality and likelihood," Kim said. "In a regular drama, such a part will be treated as mosaic, but it is realized in Netflix." did.

"Netflix gave us infinite freedom of creation," said Kim Sung-hoon, who directed the drama for the first time to create a movie such as "The Tunnel." "There was no story about 'how to do it' either in terms of content or technology."

He said, "I made it with the idea that I would shoot three films," he added. "I think that zombies in the dramatic dramas will have some specificity and local limitations."


'Kingdom' still cut Netflix available

Joo Ji-hoon, who acted as the heroine, said, "I worked hard on acting because it was my first work with Netflix," said Netflix logo after the screening.

Ryu Seung-ryong said, "I feel like shooting three Korean movies hard," he said. "I have not seen the poster yet. I watched the video yesterday for the first time, so Netflix security is great." In fact, Netflix has touted a long embargo (broadcast prohibition or hold) before it broadcasts all the trivial information about the Kingdom.


'Kingdom' still cut Netflix available

The 'Kingdom' will be broadcasted in more than 190 countries on January 25 next year. Subtitles are made in 27 languages ​​and dubbing is done in 12 languages. No youth admission.

uploaded images.


We welcome your comments, but please be civil, DO NOT SPAM ON TOPIC. Comments deemed inappropriate will be removed and repeat will banned. Commention is a provilege that will be revoked for violations od our Comment Policy .

Comments from our old comments platform are still in the process of moving over. If you notice any comments missing they will likely re-appear soon. Thnk you for your patience.