The popular period drama Gyeongseong Creature, featuring Park Seo Joon and Han So Hee, has wrapped up its first season with flying colors, earning high ratings. The show, set in 1945, received praise for its captivating visuals and engaging story. It was recently announced that the horror drama has been officially announced renewed for a second season, consisting of 10 new episodes.
Gyeongseong Creature season 2 will take the story to the lively streets of Seoul in 2024, expanding its plot beyond the turbulent times of 1945.Adding to the excitement, Lee Mu Saeng and Bae Hyun Sung are set to play crucial roles in the upcoming season, creating heightened anticipation among viewers. Against the mysterious creature’s backdrop, the new season will once again weave together the fates of Jang Tae Sang and Yoon Chae Ok, making a dramatic leap through time.
The Season 1 finale left viewers on the edge of their seats with an intense showdown between Chae Ok, Tae Sang, and Lady Maeda’s henchmen. Despite sustaining injuries, Chae Ok courageously positioned herself between her mother and Tae Sang, protecting him from the creature. Tragically, Chae Ok’s mother’s struggle for control inadvertently led to Chae Ok’s demise. The season concluded with Chae Ok submerged in a lake alongside her monster mother, raising the possibility of her transformation into a creature too.
Park Seo Joon essayed the role of Jang Tae Sang, a well-regarded figure in Gyeongseong’s Bukchon area, who crosses paths with Yoon Chae Ok (Han So Hee), who is on a quest to find her missing mother in Gyeongseong. Together, they uncover the dark reality of Seoul 1945.

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