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Netflix 'D.P' season 2 production confirmed... Syndrome once again

2021.12.14. 9:27 am
 
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[Seoul Economic Daily ] Netflix's 'DP' has confirmed the production of season 2 

'D.P', which was released in August, is the story of Jun-ho (Jung Hae-in) and Ho-yeol (Koo Gwan-soo), an arrest team (D.P.), who catch deserters, and face a reality they never knew existed. 

The work is based on the webtoon 'Diffie's Day' by writer Kim Bo-tong, and director Han Jun-hee of 'Chinatown' and 'Peppin' completed the story of deserters and soldiers chasing them with a delicate and sharp gaze, which no one paid attention to. It received great acclaim. Season 1 of 'Diffie' ended when Junho, wearing the rank of first officer, started walking in a different direction from the crew after the incident that left everyone hurt. Even after the ending credits started, the sound of running footsteps continued for a while, raising explosive curiosity about what kind of story would unfold in the future. 

'D.P' captivated both the public and critics with its fresh material and attractive character, called a deserter arrest squad. In addition to the bromance of Jung Hae-in and Gwa-Kwan Koo, the performances of actors Kim Seong-gyun, Son Seok-gu, and Jo Hyeon-cheol, as well as actors, aroused a passionate sympathy for men and women of all ages, regardless of generation. It is also a work that leaves a poignant message with realistic directing that reveals the absurd reality without adding or subtracting.

In addition, 'D.P' is the only Korean series to be selected in the New York Times' Best International TV Show TOP 10 on the 3rd (local time) on the 3rd (local time). Various overseas media outlets said, “‘D.P.’, which represents the dark and cold modern society, is the most brilliant Korean drama series this year” (Ready Steady Cut), “The bold will to highlight violence in the military with consistently excellent acting and brilliant filming from start to finish stands out. A work of art” (NME), leaving a warm acclaim, expressing that 'D.P' is a story that fits not only Korea but also all societies. 

In Season 2, director Han Jun-hee will direct and writer Kim Bo-tong will co-write the screenplay, and they will work together once again after season 1. The production company, Climax Studio, produced 'D.P' season 1 and 'Hell', which has recently become a global topic, and is responsible for the perfection and workmanship, and also took charge of the production of 'D.P' season 2.
 
 
 

 

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Jung Hae In, Kim Go Eun, Ahn Bo Hyun, And More Show Love For Each Other At 1st Blue Dragon Series Awards

 

Jung Hae In, Kim Go Eun, Ahn Bo Hyun, And More Show Love For Each Other At 1st Blue Dragon Series Awards

Jul 20, 2022
by L. Kim
 

Thanks to the first-ever Blue Dragon Series Awards, fans were able to their favorite stars interact with each other!

On July 19, Sports Chosun – which currently presents the famous annual Blue Dragon Film Awards – held Korea’s first award ceremony specifically for streaming platforms. In light of the continuing growth of the original series content industry, the Blue Dragon Series Awards honors excellence in dramas and variety shows produced by streaming services, as opposed to television networks.

Many celebrities showed off their sweet friendships, including Jung Hae In, Kim Go Eun, Ahn Bo Hyun, and more.

 

Yang Kyung Won, Lee Je Hoon, Im Siwan, Goo Kyo Hwan, and Jung Hae In

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Jung Hae In and Ahn Bo Hyun

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Check out all the winners of the Blue Dragon Series Awards here!

 

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7 Netflix K-Dramas to Look Forward to in the Second Half of 2023

 

 

JUNE 14, 2023 12:03 PM EDT

BY CHAD DE GUZMAN | TIME

 

 
 

 

Maybe it’s the visceral, almost triggering, based-on-a-true-story depiction of school bullies searing a victim’s skin with a curling iron, or maybe it’s how the victim methodically plots her revenge against her assailants years later. Whatever the reason, the 16-episode Korean drama The Glory became a crowd favorite this year, and now ranks as the fifth most popular non-English TV show ever on Netflix, joining the growing list of South Korea’s blockbuster offerings on the platform.

 

After releasing the first batch of episodes in December last year, The Glory’s final eight episodes were among the 34 Korean titles that Netflix said it will release this year. It’s the streamer’s biggest line-up of Korean content to date, a testament to the unabated global popularity of South Korean entertainment. And it’s only upward from here: Netflix co-CEO Ted Sarandos met with South Korea’s President Yoon Suk-yeol in Washington in April and announced that the company will invest $2.5 billion in the country for the next four years, including in the creation of new series, movies, and unscripted shows.

 

Netflix’s K-dramas have already been off to a great start this year, with a wide variety of genres available. Aside from The Glory’s heavy drama and social commentary, viewers have also raved over the dystopian world of delivery men in Black Knight, the adorable mother-son duo in slice-of-life drama The Good Bad Mother, and the ever reliable fake-dating trope in romantic comedy Love to Hate You. 

 

But 2023 is far from over, and Netflix still has a bevy of other titles in the pipeline. Below, TIME selects the most anticipated titles, listed in no particular order, all of which will be available to watch on Netflix USA.

 

D.P. (Season 2)

Release date: TBD; third quarter of 2023

Jung Hae-in in <i>D.P.</i> (Courtesy of Netflix)

Jung Hae-in in D.P.
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The first season of D.P., released in 2021, brought to light abuse within South Korea’s mandatory military conscription system and the reasons why some are desperate to get out of it. The show’s title refers to a team of soldiers called “deserter pursuit,” who are tasked with tracking down and capturing military deserters. Despite only having six episodes, the first season deeply resonated with former conscripts and even prompted South Korea’s Ministry of Defense to issue a statement that incidents of violence and abuse in the military were on the decline. Director Han Jun-hee is returning for the second season, as well as actors Jung Hae-in and Koo Kyo-hwan, who respectively played An Jun-ho and Han Ho-yeol, the series’ main duo.

 

 

 

 

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“D.P.” Season 2 Confirms Premiere Date

“D.P.” Season 2 Confirms Premiere Date


 

Jun 20, 2023
by S. Kim

 

 

Season 2 of “D.P.” is confirmed to premiere in July!

 

On June 20, Netflix finalized the premiere date of the hit drama “D.P. 2” along with a new poster.

 

Based on a webtoon, “D.P.” (stands for Deserter Pursuit) is a series about a special military squad sent to chase down deserters. In addition to director Han Jun Hee from the first season, Season 2 will boast the return of the main leads including Jung Hae In and Goo Kyo Hwan as the D.P. unit duo An Jun Ho and Han Ho Yeol, Kim Sung Kyun as Sergeant Park Beom Gu, and Son Suk Ku as Lieutenant Lim Ji Seop. Actors Ji Jin HeeKim Ji Hyun, and Choi Hyun Wook are also set to join the cast for the new season.

 

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Jung Hae In remarked, “It is a project that is a continuation from Season 1. There are still unfinished stories and parts that need to be resolved, so viewers will be able to see a more dense and deeper story.”

 

“D.P.” Season 2 will be released on July 28. Stay tuned!
 

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Watch The Intense Action And Drama Unfold In Teaser Trailer For Netflix-Original Series ‘D.P. 2’

 

JUNE 27, 2023 | ALLKPOP


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Joon Ho and Ho Yeol are teaming up again for season 2 of the action-packed Netflix-original series, 'D.P.'. 
The teaser trailer begins with a suspenseful shot of young soldier who has given up. With drowsy eyes, he raises a loaded rifle against his comrades, committing a heinous crime. 

 

Meanwhile, Ahn Joon Ho (played by Jung Hae In) and Han Ho Yeol (played by Koo Kyo Hwan) return as the daring 'D.P.' team, taking to the streets once again to search for and apprehend deserters who ran from their assigned military posts for various reasons.

More familiar characters played by Son Suk Goo, Kim Sung Kyun, and more also make their appearance, hinting at the deeper truths hidden underneath the cycle of violence and trauma embedded in the system. 

 

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'D.P. 2' is coming to Netflix on July 28 worldwide! Will you be watching?

 

 

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Watch: Jung Hae In Aims To Safely Bring Back The Deserters In “D.P. 2” Poster And Teaser

 

Watch: Jung Hae In Aims To Safely Bring Back  The Deserters In “D.P. 2” Poster And Teaser

Jun 29, 2023
by S. Nam
 

 

“D.P. 2” has dropped a new poster and teaser ahead of the upcoming premiere!
 

Based on a webtoon, “D.P.” (stands for Deserter Pursuit) is a series about a special military squad sent to chase down deserters. In addition to director Han Jun Hee from the first season, Season 2 will boast the return of the main leads including Jung Hae In and Goo Kyo Hwan as the D.P. unit duo An Jun Ho and Han Ho Yeol, Kim Sung Kyun as Sergeant Park Beom Gu, and Son Suk Ku as Lieutenant Lim Ji Seop. Actors Ji Jin HeeKim Ji Hyun, and Choi Hyun Wook are also set to join the cast for the new season.

 

The newly released poster depicts Jun Ho (Jung Hae In) with his face covered by a hat as he looks toward the front while standing amidst a group of armed soldiers. Although the poster looks similar to the poster from Season 1, the changes since the beginning of Season 1 are evident on Jun Ho’s face. Along with his haggard face, the text on the poster that reads, “Nothing will ever change unless we do something,” raises anticipation for the unfinished story to unfold.
 

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Furthermore, the teaser previews the repeated absurdity and how nothing has changed even after the incident with Private Cho Suk Bong (Cho Hyun Chul).

 

When the question “What’s our mission?” is tossed, Jun Ho remarks, “To bring them back, safe and sound,” explaining the mission to bring back the deserters.  
 


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Netflix Korea IG releases character posters of Jung Haein, Koo Kyohwan, Kim Sungkyun, Son Sukku, Ji Jinhee and Kim Jihyun for  <D.P 2>! 

" The return of 103rd Infantry Division investigators, and the new characters at the National Army Headquarters.

Deeper Story. Bigger Scale. <D.P.>, Season 2, July 28 only on Netflix "

 

 

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