With the broadcast run of Netflix’s Korean Sweet Home 2 on December 1, 2023, the franchise is preparing for the 2024 debut of the season finale ‘Sweet Home 3’. A gap of three years from December 18, 2020 since Season 1 aired on Netflix, Sweet Home 2 have not received the appropriate recognition from the viewers, even though critics hailed it as one of the best post-apocalyptic series.
Fortunately, fans won’t have to wait as long for Season 3 as they did for Season 2. Song Kang’s series was shot in simultaneously for Seasons 2 and 3, the production wrapped up in March. Now, fans may look forward to the show’s premiere in the early summer of the following year.
Sweet Home series is based on an original story by Kim Kanbi and Hwang Young-chan and tells the narrative of Cha Hyun-soo, who moved into 1410 in Green Home after his family murdered in a tragic accident. He finds himself in the midst of an apocalyptic situation as humans turn into savage monsters. In order to live, Cha Hyun-soo and the other occupants of the building isolate themselves.
Directors Park So-hyeon and Lee Eung-bok are in charge and Jinnie Choi is the producer of this TV show. Editor Kim Woo-seok is joined by executive producer Kim Young-kyu.
Cha Hyun-soo gets stuck in a cage and taken to an unidentified place in Season 2. The mysteries surrounding Yi Kyung’s daughter and the secrets shared by Chief Ji and Sergeant Tak in Season 2 left viewers wondering if Lee Eun Hyuk (played by Lee Do Hyun) would survive. What action will Ui-myeong and his army of neohumans take next? The riddle of whether Hyun-soo can be relied upon to keep everyone safe or if he is involved in these threats from monster organizations is anticipated to be resolved in the upcoming season. Season 3 is expected to provide a satisfying resolution and address these unresolved issues.
You can count on every surviving member of season 2 to make a comeback in the upcoming season. You can see well-known faces, such as Song Kang (Cha Hyun-su), Go Min-si (Lee Eun-yu), Jinyoung (Park Chan-young) and more.