What Does Park Jungja’s Return Mean in ‘Hellbound’?


What Does Park Jungja’s Return Mean in ‘Hellbound’?

The shocking conclusion to the six-part horror series sets up a mysterious cliffhanger.

Netflix has released a new Korean-language horror series.

Yeon Sang-ho directs the series ‘Hellbound,’ which is based on a webtoon of the same name that he created.

The Netflix Original supernatural horror series follows the devastation left in the wake of the “death angels,” whose main motivation is to send people to hell while brutally killing and burning them alive.

Yoo Ah-in, Kim Hyun-joo, Park Jeong-min, Won Jin-ah, and Yang Ik-june star in the lead roles in ‘Hellbound.’

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The six hour-long episodes of ‘Hellbound’ leave you with more questions than answers.

The show also provides the audience with a variety of intriguing topics and even theories to discuss.

The supernatural series’ basic premise is that those who have sinned are sentenced to death and eventually hell by a supernatural presence of three monstrous beings in public demonstrations (at the exact day and time mentioned).

These massive creatures emerge from a portal of apparent nothingness and brutally massacre the victim by bludgeoning and ripping them apart, then burning them alive.

The last two episodes of ‘Hellbound’ take place four years after the events of the first few episodes.

The story revolves around a couple whose newborn is sent to hell while still in the hospital’s infant ward.

It’s heartbreaking to see the parents torn apart, wondering what wrongs they’ve done to deserve this, and what sin a newborn could have committed to warrant a painful death and a trip to hell.

The parents eventually learn that the “divine condemnation” is just religious hype, and they learn more about the fanatical New Truth movement that arose after the supernatural beasts appeared.

When it’s time for their baby to be sentenced, Bae Young-jae and So-hyun huddle together.

The three giant beings from earlier show up on time and begin their search for the newborn baby, who is being protected by the two parents.

Bae Young-jae and So-hyun hug tightly while holding their baby, desperate to save their child.

As a result of their inability to separate the family, the creatures end up burning the bodies of the parents who are attempting to protect their child.

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