New Thriller K-Drama "Sweet Home" Adapted From Popular Webtoon Premiering On Netflix On 18 Dec

New Thriller K-Drama "Sweet Home" Adapted From Popular Webtoon Premiering On Netflix On 18 Dec

Movies
By Wei Yin on 25 Nov 2020
Digital Editor

Fans of both K-dramas and Korean webtoons have another upcoming series to look out for!

Sweet Home, a drama adapted from the popular webtoon of the same name, will be premiering on Netflix on 18 December.

Read on to find out more!

Sweet Home teaserPhoto from Netflix

Sweet Home is a thriller about humans turning into savage monsters and wrecking havoc in an apartment building - sounds like the plot for a zombie movie!

The drama is helmed by director Lee Eung Bok, the same person behind some of Korea's most popular dramas such as Goblin and Descendants of the Sun.

Song Kang in Korean drama Sweet HomePhoto from @netflixkr via Instagram

Song Kang, whom you would recognise from another Netflix romcom K-drama Love Alarm, takes on a total different character this time round.

He plays Cha Hyun Soo, a recluse high school student and the only survivor in his family after a car accident. He moves into a small apartment where he tries to survive amidst the mysterious phenomenon of humans turning into monsters.

Lee Jin Wook in Sweet HomePhoto from @netflixkr via Instagram

Lee Si Young in Sweet HomePhoto from @netflixkr via Instagram

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In still images released by Netflix Korea, Lee Jin Wook and Lee Si Young who are also part of the main cast, are pictured looking at something with anger and fear in their eyes.

Their dishevelled appearance hints at the drama's suspense, further amping up the excitement. Those who love a good adrenaline rush should definitely try watching this drama when it starts broadcasting!

Lee Do Hyun in Sweet HomePhoto from @netflixkr via Instagram

Lee Do Hyun who has been making waves with his acting in Hotel del Luna and 18 Again is also part of the cast.

Check out the teaser for Sweet Home below:

Although the teaser doesn't reveal much, the phrase "Fear what's coming" is enough to keep us on our toes!

You can read the webtoon here (in English) while waiting for the drama to air on Netflix on 18 December.

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