Towards the end of the year with a fright, an exciting new horror-thriller show from South Korea titled Sweet Home is coming to the online streaming service providing platform, Netflix in the month of December of the year 2020.
We have gathered each and every piece of information you need to know about the new show Sweet Home, including the plot details, cast, and Netflix release date.
Sweet Home is an upcoming Original K-Drama Thriller-Drama series, based on the same name’s webtoon comic by creator Yongchan Hwang.
If you have not seen the trailer yet, then have a look at it here.
We previously believed that the series would be a tv drama, but eventually learned that the series would be a fully-fledged Netflix Original. Sweet Home will be made available to stream on Netflix globally on December 18, 2020 Friday.
The series will be having a total of 10 episodes to stream upon release.
The story of a high school student who later becomes traumatized after being bullied in high school and never leaves his room. He loses his family and even moves to a new apartment, and strange and mysterious things begin to happen to him.
A story of growth follows the lead character of the show as he tries to save people who have turned into monsters because of greed and begins to change his pessimistic view of society.
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As the series is a full Original, we can expect to see Sweet Home made available to stream in 4K quality. To watch the Korean Drama in 4K, you will be needing a premium Netflix subscription, a 4K supporting device, and an internet connection capable of maintaining 25 Mbps.
At the time of writing this article, there are over 130 chapters of the Webtoon.
Despite the extensive number of episodes to cover, there are going to be 16 hours of television covering the story, which means it will be highly likely that the K-Drama adaptation will cover most, if not all, of the level of Sweet Home.
- Song Kang will be playing Cha Hyun Soo
- Lee Jin Wook will be playing Pyeon Sang Wook
- Lee Shi Young will be playing Seo Yi Kyung
- Park Kyu Young will be playing Yoon Ji Soo
- Lee Do Hyun will be playing Lee Eun Hyuk