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[Orion's Daily Ramblings] Netflix's "Kingdom" Releases Riveting Poster Featuring Joo Ji-hoon

2018/12/04 | 527 views | Permalink

You need a pretty exciting poster for a project as big as Netflix's upcoming zombie-themed sageuk "Kingdom", and I'd say Joo Ji-hoon as a Crown Prince one blade slice away from a zom zom would be it. The show's poster makes the proximity of the undead menace crystal clear.

Kim Eun-hee-I's ("Signal", "Three Days") latest is a short and sweet 6-part drama, and it looks like it's a promising one, as it has already been renewed for a second season. We won't have to wait long to dig in, as the first season will be premiering at the end of January.

Not much is out in terms of promotional photo and video goodies yet, but some stills and a teaser should give your excitement a nice boost, along with the poster. Its tagline reads "At the end of Joseon, those hungry for blood have awakened". Flail to rotting glory, oh shuffling ones.

Written by: Orion from 'Orion's Ramblings'

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