"Train to Busan" director begins filming "Hellbound" for Netflix

Yeon Sang-ho, who directed the hit "Train to Busan", will be helming "Hellbound."
Yeon Sang-ho, who directed the hit "Train to Busan", will be helming "Hellbound."

16 Apr – Filming is currently underway for the Netflix adaptation of the Korean popular webtoon, "Hell".

The upcoming show, which has been renamed, "Hellbound" is being directed by Yeon Sang-ho, most notable for his work in the hit Korean horror film, "Train to Busan", and will star Yoo Ah-in, Park Jeong-min, Kim Hyun-ju, Won Jin-ah and Yang Ik-jun.

The fantasy thriller, helmed by Yeon himself and cartoonist Choi Gyu-seok, depicts supernatural phenomena experienced by people who are condemned to hell after their unexpected encounters with angels of death.

The scary angels of death descending upon a soul.

It was originally published by Naver, and is set to be made available to English-language readers through Dark Horse.

The original graphic novel had also been previously praised by Bong Joon-ho, director of the Oscar-winning film, "Parasite", saying, "Choi Gyu-seok's sharp and keen drawing style goes well beyond depicting the modern Korean's physique, expression, and wrinkles. It reaches a genius-level where we can feel the character's anxiety and fear. A truly overwhelming world of fear that cannot be explained with words like 'God's prank' or 'grand nonsense'."

"We are already burning in the centre of the hell that Yeon Sang-ho and Choi Gyu-seok are portraying," he added.

The upcoming show is set to be released sometime this year.

The upcoming series will star Yoo Ah-in among others

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