Kingdom Season 3: Release Date
Kingdom Season 3 is a Korea series, which is entertaining in the world of Entertainment. There are many exciting and best series and movies from Korea. Netflix is the best source for watching the Korean world around the globe.
The first Korean drama which is released on Netflix is The Kingdom which gained popularity across the world. This series won the hearts of many people. The Kingdom is a family drama with thrill and horror, which has a vast fan-base intense twist of Zombie-ism. Everyone gets goosebumps while watching this horror-thriller series.
Seasons 1&2 So Far
The first season was launched on Netflix on January 25, 2020. This created a lot of excitement for fans, and it fulfilled their thrill. After loving that, the audience couldn’t wait for next season. Season 2 was so kind, and it came with six episodes with a duration of 50 minutes. This season hit the screens on Netflix on March 12, 2020.
The Kingdom Season 3: Cast
As per references, season 3 was expected to be released around the first half of 2021. But due to the ongoing issues of the COVID-19 outbreak, season 3 is getting delayed. Kin Eun-Hu wrote this season 3. The Kingdom is under the direction of Kim Se Ong-hun. Ju Ji is the main actor who is playing the role of prince lee. Some Characters like Rye Seung acting Ryong as Cho Hak-Ju, Bae Doona is acting the part of Seo-Bi, Ryn Seung-Ryong as Cho Hak-Ju, Kim Hye-jun as Queen Consort Cho, Kim Sung-kyu as Yeong-shin join and many more.
The Kingdom series brought a new tradition in the industry with a new concept. Officially, there is no clue about season 3 from the makers. But in the last scene of the second season, Jun Ji Hyun appeared in a mysterious new role. This gave a clue and confirmed that The Kingdom would return with its season 3.
Due to the ongoing coronavirus issues, the TV industry is facing a lot of delays and setbacks. Kim Eun-hee’s created an international sensation, that made to think of further extensions. This series starts with a notice on a billboard, claiming the king of Joseon.