Netflix’s ‘Sweet Home’ announced a splendid return by announcing the simultaneous production and casting lineup of Season 2 and Season 3.
On June 15th, Netflix announced the news of the production of Season 2 and Season 3 of ‘Sweet Home’ through the official SNS.
At the same time, the lineup of actors cast in the work was revealed for the first time.
First of all, Green Home residents who gave overwhelming tension last season, Song Kang, Lee Jin Wook, Lee Si Young, Go Min Si, and Park Gyu Young, confirmed their appearances.
Hyeon Soo (Song Kang) who managed to escape the green home but was caught by a soldier, Sang Wook (Lee Jin Wook), who appeared with the burn scars disappeared, and stimulated curiosity ) raises curiosity about what kind of story he will tell in a world where monsters and humans are mixed.
Here, Yu Oh Seong, Oh Jung Se, Kim Mu Yeol, and Jinyoung join as new characters to stimulate curiosity.
Yu Oh Seong, who has shown a big presence in each work, adds weight to the play as Sgt. Oh Jung Se takes on the role of Dr. Lim, who studies vaccines. Kim Mu Yeol is a former UDT sergeant, and Lee In Ja is Kim Young Hoo from the Guards, and Jinyoung appears as Private Park Chan Young from the Guards.
However, it was regrettable that actor Lee Do Hyun was not included in the casting list for Season 2 and Season 3 of ‘Sweet Home’ released this time by Netflix.
Earlier, in Season 1 of ‘Sweet Home’, Lee Do Hyun took on the role of Lee Eun Hyuk, a medical student, one of the main characters in the drama, and showed an impressive performance, receiving a warm response from fans.
Season 1 of ‘Sweet Home’, which is based on a popular webtoon of the same name, received great acclaim for its tense portrayal of the struggles of residents in an isolated apartment, who have to face their neighbors who have turned into monsters born of their own desires.
In particular, various human groups and various monsters shown at the crossroads of desire and survival raised suspense and drew favorable reviews from many fans around the world.
In Season 2 and Season 3, director Lee Eung Bok, who led Season 1 of ‘Sweet Home’ to success, and the production team of Season 1 work together again.
As director Lee previously said, “Season 2 will be set in a new location. I think that things that have not been technically solved can be melted in Season 2.” Expectations for ‘Sweet Home’ to return in the new season are increasing .