Based on a horror webtoon of the same name, it is directed by Lee Eung-bok and stars Love Alarm’s Song Kang.
K-drama fans will be in for a treat starting Dec 18.
Streaming service Netflix announced on Nov 19 that Sweet Home, the latest Korean original thriller series by K-drama director Lee Eung-bok will launch globally next month.
Adapted from a popular webtoon of the same name, Sweet Home is a 10-episode, special effects-heavy series which revolves around reclusive high school student Cha Hyeon-Su, played by Song Kang.
Following a family tragedy, Hyeon-Su moves into a new apartment alone and finds himself trying to fend off a mysterious entity terrorising it. This entity is believed to turn humans into monsters that reflect their internal desires.
Other names in the cast include Lee Jin-uk (Voice), Lee Si-young (No Mercy), Lee Do-hyun (18 Again) and Kim Nam-hee (Mr. Sunshine).
Written by Hong So-ri, Kim Hyung-min and Park So-jeong, Sweet Home is produced by television production studio Studio Dragon and co-produced by Studio N.
A fan of anything horror? This could be the next series for you.
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