The upcoming Korean drama series Bulgasal: Immortal Souls is all set to make its entry on Netflix this month, and viewers have been exciting since. It makes the part of Netflix’s K-drama catalog, which has internationally licensed it for a global audience. The show was directed by Jang Young Woo, while the story has been penned by duo Seo Jae Won and Kwon So Ra. They were previously seen working for The Guest.
With excitement for this new fall Netflix entry into the K-drama content, fans are eagerly waiting to know what should be known before hopping onto this K-drama this holiday season. So we are here to tell you everything about this upcoming Korean delight!
When Will Bulgasal: Immortal Souls Release?
Bulgasal: Immortal Souls is all set to air on Saturday, December 18, 2021, and will include sixteen episodes to its credit. The episodes will follow a bi-weekly release pattern, with new episodes landing every Saturday and Sunday of the week. Each episode will be approximately an hour-long in duration. The series is expected to conclude on February 6, next year, with a run of around eight weeks in total.
Where To Watch Bulgasal: Immortal Souls?
Bulgasal: Immortal Souls will first be telecasted on tvN, a South Korean television network, and then will be made available on Netflix.
Thus, the subscribers of the streaming giant will have to wait a little while for episodes to become available for viewing, although the episodes will fall on the platform the same day like it on the cable network. So do not forget to set your schedule clear on December 18 to enjoy episode 1 of Bulgasal: Immortal Souls.
What To Know Before Watching Bulgasal: Immortal Souls?
The plot revolves around the journey of Dan Hwal, who gets cursed into an immortal being bulgasal who feeds on the blood of the humans almost 600 years ago when he worked as a military official for the Joseon Dynasty. After many years, Dan Hwal happens to meet Min Sang Woon, who was previously a bulgasal but now got transformed into a human and went into hiding. But now, her hidden life is at stake.
On the other hand, another bulgasal named Ok Eul Tae thrives in the shadows and, owing to his immortal status, managed to acquire a lot of fortune, which he now uses to keep media, businessmen, politicians, and others under his control, thereby making him a prominent face in the country of Korea.
Will Dan Hwal be able to get back his soul and break the vendetta? Well, you will have to see for yourself how the story unfolds in the episodes.
Who Are All There In Bulgasal: Immortal Souls?
The leading names in Bulgasal: Immortal Souls comprise Lee Jin Wook essaying the character of Dan Hwal, Lee Joon essaying the character of Ok Eul Tae, Kwon Na Ra essaying the character of Min Sang Woon, and Gong Seung Yeon essaying the character of Dan Sol.
Alongside them, supporting roles have been essayed by Park Myung Shin as Shaman, Jung Jin Young as Dan Geuk, Han Dong Gyu as Goo Bong, Kim Woo Seok as Nam Do Yoon, and others.