Netflix’s ‘Kingdom 2’ drops character stills of 10 main cast members

Netflix is amping up promos for its upcoming zombie thriller Kingdom 2 with the release of new still images featuring the 10 main actors of the series.

Set in Joseon, Kingdom 2 revolves around a mysterious epidemic that turns people into zombies. In the first season, Crown Prince Lee Chang, played by Ju Ji-hoon, sets out to investigate the source of the zombie outbreak while thwarting attempts to take over the throne by the chief minister and father of the Queen (Ryu Seung-ryong). The first season ended on a cliffhanger, with hoards of zombies descending on the hiding place of the crown prince as a nurse (Bae Doo-na) discovers a terrifying secret about the zombies.

The following are the character stills of the 10 main actors of Kingdom 2:

Ju Ji-hoon as Crown Prince Lee Chang

Ju Ji-hoon in Kingdom 2

Ryu Seung-ryong as Chief Minister Jo Hak-joo

Ryu Seung-yong in Kingdom 2

Bae Doo-na as nurse Seo-bi

Bae Doo-na in Kingdom 2

Kim Sang-ho as Lee Chang’s bodyguard Moo-young

Kim Sang-ho in Kingdom 2

Heo Joon-ho as Ahn Hyun, a former aide of the King and Lee Chang’s mentor.

Heo Jun-ho in Kingdom 2

Kim Sung-kyu as Young-shin, a mysterious man talented in martial arts.

Kim Sung-kyu in Kingdom 2

Jeon Suk-ho as Jo Beom-pal, a cowardly nobleman who falls for Seo-bi.

Jeon Suk-ho in Kingdom

Park Byung-eun as Min Chi-rok, an investigator chasing after a serial killer.

Park Byung-eun in Kingdom 2

Kim Hye-jun as the Queen

Kim Hye-joon in Kingdom

Kim Tae-hoon as Lee Kang-yoon, who’s leading Minister Jo’s forces to capture Chang.

Kim Tae-hoon in Kingdom

Kingdom 2 will premiere on March 13 on Netflix.

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