Kingdom is a 2019 South Korean political period supernatural thriller web television series directed by Kim Seong-hun.
Starring Ju Ji-hoon, Ryu Seung-ryong, Kim Sung-kyu, Doona Bae, Hye-Jun Kim, Suk-ho Jun, Sang-ho Kim, Jong-soo Kim, Joon-ho Huh, Seon-kyu Jin and others.

Watch the official trailer for Kingdom

Netflix on Wednesday, March 04, 2020 released the trailer:
Kingdom Season 2 | Main Trailer | Netflix.

What is Kingdom about?

Set in Korea's Joseon period, a few years after the Japanese invasions of Korea (1592-1598), the first season depicts the story of Crown Prince Lee Chang (Ji-Hoon Ju), who becomes embroiled in a coup/political conspiracy and is forced to embark upon a mission to investigate the spread of a mysterious undead plague that has beset the current emperor and the country's southern provinces. The story starts with a notice on a billboard, claiming the king of Joseon is dead and the crown prince should be crowned immediately as the new king. However, inside the palace, the king is known to be severely sick and has been secretly treated for the past 10 days. No one was allowed to visit the king, not even the crown prince himself. Late at night, the crown prince sneaks out to visit his father, wanting to know the truth. But instead of his father, he encountered the silhouette of a beastly monster. Accompanied by the physician Seo-Bi (Bae Doo-na), the enigmatic Yeong-Shin (Kim Sung-kyu), and his personal guard Moo-Young (Kim Sang-ho), Prince Lee-Chang must prevent the advance of the plague towards his home capital of Hanyang (present-day Seoul) while addressing the sinister coup masterminded by Minister Cho Hak-ju (Ryu Seung-ryong) and his family aimed towards his deposition from the throne.
The second season centers on the advancement of the plague across several provinces. In the lead-up to halting the outbreak, a devastating revelation ensues at Sangju. Upon the arrival of the winter season, the undead hordes now roam freely due to a change in ambient temperature. Fearing the ramifications of an imminent invasion, Prince Lee-Chang attempts to garner support from his allies to stop the undead and reclaim his right to the throne. Unbeknownst to the Prince, another conspiracy for political gain is brewing within the corrupt Haewon Cho Clan. As Queen Consort Cho (Hye-Jun Kim) schemes to steal a male newborn to cement as heir to the royal throne, she further orchestrates a last ditch strategy to use the plague against the citizens of Hanyang, if her former plan fails to succeed. As calamity looms among the living, only one question remains. Can the Prince save his people in time and end the political turmoil at the capital or will the plague mark the end of the Joseon dynasty?

Who's in the Kingdom cast?

Here is the full cast and characters of Kingdom.

Ji-Hoon Ju Crown Prince Lee Chang
Doona Bae Seo Bi
Kim Sungkyu Young Shin
Hye-Jun Kim Queen Consort Cho
Suk-ho Jun Cho Beom Pal
Seung-ryong Ryu Cho Hak Joo
Sang-ho Kim Moo Young
Jong-soo Kim Kim Soon
Joon-ho Huh Ahn Hyun
Seon-kyu Jin Deok Sung
Seok-won Jeong Cho Beom Il
Suk-Tae Joo Lee Do Jin
Byeong-eun Park Min Chi Rok
Tae-hoon Kim Lee Kang Yoon
Seung-mok Yoo Dongnae's official
Jin Heo Noblewoman Mother of a Victim
Jae-hong Ahn Royal Offcial
Ji-Hyun Jun Mysterious Woman
Kang-Hoon Kim Young King

What are Kingdom series specifications?

The Kingdom series is produced by AStory.

The average duration of each episode is 36 - 56 minutes. Country of origin: South Korea. Original language: Korean.

More information about Kingdom you can get at:

Official website:

IMDB: Kingdom

Wikipedia: Kingdom (South Korean TV series)

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