Hellbound is based on a webtoon titled Hellbound and directed by Yeon Sang-ho, who is best known for his box office success Train to Busan. Yeon Sang-ho wrote and illustrated the webtoon, which was well-received. Choi Kyu-sok (Songgot) wrote and produced the live-action adaption, which is a Netflix Original.
Hellbound will look at how stories about good and evil, sin and virtue may warp and twist a civilization, resulting in an age of chaos. Excited? We assumed you’d be here. Thus, with this helpful guide summarising all we know so far about Hellbound, let’s get into all the details. We’ve speculated about divinity for as long as humans have lived, resulting in faiths and ideologies that postulate about Heaven, Hell, and divine will. But what if these ideas and theories are shown to be true, and supernatural creatures descend on Earth, bringing with them judgment? Hellbound, Netflix’s brand new South Korean horror drama series, is based on this notion.
So yet, Netflix has only published one teaser for Hellbound, which explains the series’ core premise. We see a worried man being attacked by bizarre smokey golem-like monsters in the video above, which you may watch. The Executors of Hell pursue the victim down the street and burn him alive with blinding white magical flames. It’s a tantalizing sample of what’s to come, with dark undertones that pique your interest. Are there going to be any more trailers? We’ll probably find out when the season debut approaches.