Arthdal Chronicles Season 2: Release Date, Cast and All We Know
Arthdal Chronicles Season 2 will be the sequel for ‘Arthdal Chronicles’ which is a Netflix streamed K-Drama. It’s the moment to address Korean dramas, and there is a myriad of them every single year. The demand for the drama genre is a trend in modern-day times, where users can stream the show of their choice at any time, pause it, then continue. The days of rewinding VCR tapes are long gone, the environment is now on-demand, traditional television productions are nowhere short of providing the genre most preferred by Millennials.
The generation that saw the rise and fall of Blockbuster Video as a franchise and saw it replaced by a more personal streaming experience –Netflix–that pushes on the latest hype on demand. Arthdal Chronicles and forthcoming sequel Arthdal Chronicles Season 2 are about a fantastic world where epic storytelling takes place. Some heroes at a very far kingdom –Arth– make their way to legend status as the series tells the story of how civilization & nations came about in ancient times.
Available on Netflix, “Birthday Chronicles” season 1 came to the screens of billions worldwide on June 1st, 2019. This series tells the story of the mythical kingdom of Arth and the inhabitants of Arthdal. New societies, political alliances & the typical plots of Korean drama are present in this Korean production.
So whether the reader is a K-drama aficionado that enjoys the never-running short clichés of these productions: Dramatic rain sad scenes, wrist grabbing, identity switches, the lying, the misunderstandings, & significant polity internal dramatic struggles to make the viewer wonder if anyone can come up with a different cliché at running a Korean soap opera –a production big enough & well made enough to get the eye of Netflix, who’s on the big race competing with Disney in the latest war for consumer attention: Stream wars–.
Arthdal Chronicles Season 2 Release Date
Arthdal Chronicles Season 2 will be released in 2021. Although this isn’t announced officially by Netflix. The success of the first season of Arthdal Chronicles, the trends show that the public wants the renewal of the Korean production that portrays a world of conflict. So writers Park Sang-Yeon & Kim Young-Hyun, under the direction of Kim Won-Seok have a case for making the second season of this series, and Netflix was happy to satisfy the demand for dramas, so Arthdal Chronicles Season 2 will be out sometime by 2021.
The first season catches up the fan base, with the followers for the new Korean series, recently confirmed for renewal by Netflix saying that the plot leaves questions unanswered that need to be accounted for. In that sense, the production team hasn’t revealed anything about Arthdal Chronicles Season 2.
Arthdal Chronicles Season 2 Cast
If Arthdal Chronicles season 2 is given green light, the production of the Korean epic drama would be huge alongside variety which consists of a massive cast that includes Jang Dong-gun, Song Joong-ki, Kim Ok-Vin, in the lead with an extensive supporting cast for the different societies portrayed in the Korean drama on Netflix that everybody is talking about, reader beware, the list is massive and we do not mention every credited cast member–not that there is nothing more an authoritative database that fandom wikis, despite that here is the list, some of these actors & actresses are featured.
Go Na-hee & Choi Moo-sung.
Arthdal Chronicles Season 2 Production Details
The world of Korean-drama journalism reporting is a niche that many can explore with the growing demand for information regarding contents like the one we reference in this piece. The streaming sites host dramas on their platforms for eager millennials –the target most associated with the consumption of these productions according to opinion polls– yearning to watch.
The MTV generation wants to know about the production, the only piece of information available out there is that in Yangju, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea, the cast & crew went to a workshop, following a first script reading. Filming took three months –December 2018 to late February 2019