The King: Eternal Monarch Season 2- Eagerly waiting for it? The King: Eternal Monarch managed to take a spot on the best seats on the weekly Wavve drama chart and the global network Netflix (Touch Your Heart) as well. The King: Eternal Monarch is an original K drama by the screenwriter Kim Eun Sook. The drama was broadcasted every Friday and Saturday on the South Korean public broadcaster SBS. We’ve all had a phase where we were extreme simps for The Lee Min Ho before the fourth-generation actors stole our hearts and sleep as well. The Lee Min Ho phase never ends though, we’ve seen him in many characters but the regal drama. The King: Eternal Monarch is a romantic fantasy series set in two different timelines, both of them inhabited by the leads, in powerful positions. The stellar cast includes the male lead Lee Minho as Lee Gon / Lee Ji-hun, female lead Kim Go-Eun as Jeong Tae-eul / Luna / Koo Seo-gyeong, the second lead who plays a double role as Woo Do-hwan as Jo Yeong / Jo Eun-su.
Synopsis of The King: Eternal Monarch Season 1
The story is set in two parallel worlds, the eternal monarch series follows Emperor Lee Gon of the Kingdom of Corea, who discovers access to associate with an alternate reality once crossing a legendary door opened by his half-uncle, Lee Lim, where the Republic of Korea exists within the Kingdom’ role and sets his intention on put an end to Lee Lim’ atrocities and retrieve the opposite half Manpasikjeok used as a portal between two worlds. He runs into a feisty detective on the other side of the world and is connected with her on a past life basis as her occupation deals with his life back in the kingdom. Stuck in between two worlds, trying to sever the connection, and not killed by his past self, The King: Eternal Monarch is an interesting twist to a romantic tale.
Netflix take on The King: Eternal Monarch Season 2
The last time we checked, the status was pending regarding the update on the renewal status for The King: Eternal Monarch Season 2 . However, since this k drama is stated to be Netflix Original, we can expect updates and hikes from the Netflix team, but this isn’t originally produced by them, therefore their say doesn’t add up to it. Studio Dragon (Hotel Del Luna) and Hwa & Dam Pictures and the distributor SBS (Seoul Broadcasting System), are the ultimate production houses of Korean dramas in South Korea, it is up to them to approve for the renewal of season 2 of Eternal Monarch.
The cast gave away some mind-blowing performances throughout the drama which has sufficed the drama to get through even though the critics were rather censorious regarding the plot and structure of the drama. The drama ran into many controversies as they pushed certain unwanted gender stereotypes which upset the drama society. Even though the Republic of Korea in the drama was shown from a modern-day perspective, many Japanese fans had complained of the lookalike to their heritage and complaints were made regarding the disrespect. Some of the netizens blamed the author for repeating the rich man poor girl tropes which enforce cliches and dismisses one’s interest in the suspense. All these couldn’t disrupt the setting of the drama as the episodes made it interesting each week due to the stellar performance of the actors. We would expect the same actors for a comeback as this was the first drama of Lee Min Ho’s after his military discharge.
The King: Eternal Monarch Season 2 Release date
The ratings were really high in other countries out of South Korea, so safe to say that the global audience enjoyed this and could be good enough for a renewal. The King Eternal Monarch Season 1 ended on a happy note where Lee Gon and Jung Tae Eul end happily together, shown through transitions of old age and more . This could be a reason to not end up with season 2 of The King: Eternal Monarch. Some fans have been way too dedicated to renewing the season and petitions have been signed on many platforms for the season to go on air again.