It has been a long time coming, but the second season of Song Jong Ki’s Kdramas Arthdal Chronicles has finally here. The three-part epic fantasy series, which premiered in 2019, tells the narrative of heroes who were born in the fabled realm of Arth during ancient times and is now in production.
Season one’s lead actors are Jang Dong Gun, Kim Ji Won, and Kim Ok Bin, all of whom are from the Hallyu generation. Fortunately, as a result of popular demand and an overwhelming response from viewers, the much-anticipated sequel to Arthdal Chronicles is now being released.
Arthdal Chronicles Season 2 Release date Netflix
Producer Studio Dragon has officially announced that the highly anticipated second season of the fantasy television series “Arthdal Chronicles” is scheduled to begin production in the first half of this year.
It had previously been announced by tvN in February 2020 that the second season of “Arthdal Chronicles” will begin filming in the second half of the calendar year. COVID-19, on the other hand, has caused Studio Dragon to declare that the production timeline is in jeopardy as of June 2020.
The next day, a source from Studio Dragon revealed that “the second season of ‘Arthdal Chronicles’ is currently in preparation with the goal of filming later this year.” No information has been released about the show’s cast, broadcast schedule, or platform.”
It will be written by Kim Young Hyun and Park Sang Yeon, who were responsible for writing the first season. Kim Kwang Sik, who directed the film “The Great Battle,” will be in charge of directing.
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Arthdal Chronicles Season 2 Cast
Arthdal Chronicles Season 2 Cast are as follow:
- Ta-Gon is played by Jang Dong-Gun in the second season of The Arthdal Chronicles.
- Eun-Sum is played by Song Joong-Ki in the second season of The Arthdal Chronicles.
- Taealha is played by Kim Ok-Vin in the Arthdal Chronicles.
- Tan-Ya is played by Kim Ji-Won in the Arthdal Chronicles.
- Yeol-Son is played by Jung Suk-Yong in the Arthdal Chronicles.
- Mihol is played by Jo Sung-ha in the Arthdal Chronicles.
- San-Woong is played by Kim Eui-Sung in the Arthdal Chronicles.
Arthdal Chronicles is an epic fantasy drama about heroes who forge their own tales in the mythical continent of Arth, as told through the eyes of their characters. The first season featured actors such as Song Joong Ki, Jang Dong Gun, Kim Ji Won, and Kim Ok Bin. Fans are eager to learn whether or not they will repeat their roles, as well as whether or not new actors will be added to the cast.
Arthdal Chronicles Season 2 Plot
So that’s what we can expect from Season 2 of The Walking Dead. Due to the possibility of power being divided among various hands (Ta-Gon, Taealha, Eun-Seom, and Tan-Ya), ruling over the land will be difficult for a variety of reasons.
As a starting point, how will Ta-Gon function now that his ambition to be King has been realized, even if his authority has been constrained to some extent? Is he willing to take a chance and try to outwit Taealha again, despite the fact that he failed the first time? In addition, he is well aware that one wrong move could result in his death.
Taealha, on the other hand, has always wished to be in a position of authority. And now that she has a piece of it, will her desire for it be enough to push her over the precipice? If so, what is the price of admission? She is now the mother of a child whose father had attempted to have her removed from the family in more ways than one.
It is also important to note that Eun-Seom has a role to play this season. After he has released the Wahan Clan, where does he proceed from there? Is he willing to join the tribe after earning their confidence and keeping his promise to liberate them?
Or, even better, does he prove to be a thorn in the side of Ta-Gon, who is fully aware of his own powers and is wary of him? Finally, Tan-Ya will be given an opportunity to speak. What is her opinion on Eun-Seom now that she has ascended to the position of the tribal head following her father’s death?
Are they close confidants who have been welcomed into her inner circle, or is he a possible threat to her well-being? After the power struggles have been resolved, there is still the issue of a baby—the one who is in the care of Ta-Gon and Taealha—to resolve.
Growing up in a household with rival power structures adds even more complication to the mix. Even if loyalty is divided, what is the eventual result of this division? With the confirmation of a second season, this looks like it will be a real treat for fans.