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Author Topic: [Movie] Kingdom [Korean] - Season 2 (Complete Episode)  (Read 1296 times)

Offline Mr. Babatunde

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While strange rumors about their ill King grip a kingdom, the crown prince becomes their only hope against a mysterious plague overtaking the land.

Kingdom - is a 2019 South Korean television series written by Kim Eun-hee and directed by Kim Seong-hun. It is Netflix's first original Korean series,[a] which premiered on January 25, 2019. The series is adapted from the webcomic series The Kingdom of the Gods, which was authored by Kim Eun-hee and drawn by Yang Kyung-il.

Set in the Joseon period. The king falls ill to smallpox and rumors start to spread that he has actually died. Meanwhile, the Crown Prince Lee Chang is labeled a traitor by the Haewon Cho Clan, the clan of the current pregnant Queen and her father, Cheif State Councilor Cho Hak Joo.

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While trying to uncover the mystery of what happened to his father, the Crown Prince goes with his guard, Moo Young, to Dongnae to look for Physician Lee Seung Hui who treated his father, only to be stuck with Assistant Physician Seo Bi and the mysterious man, Young Shin, in a village plagued with a mysterious disease.





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Kingdom Season 2 Ending Explained, Review On Season 3. Kingdom season 2 spoilers follow.

Netflix's Kingdom is unique, even in the zombie genre. Like snowflakes and fingerprints, no two zombie apocalypses are never the same. Over the years, various films and TV shows have varied everything from the speed of infection to the zombies themselves, alternating mostly between shuffling and sprinting towards their victims.

However, Netflix's Kingdom remains more unique than most, and not just because of its historical Korean setting either. Amidst all the carnage, a physician called Seo Bi eventually discovers that this infection is caused by worms which live inside something known as the Resurrection Flower.

Using this knowledge, Seo Bi learns that the infected are afraid of fire and water will kill the worms off entirely, freeing the host. Once Prince Chang is made aware of this, he plans one final confrontation with the hordes which came to a bloody climax in the final episode of season two.



Realising that brute force won't be enough to save the palace, Chang and his men plan a suicide mission in one last desperate bid to save Korea before the infection spreads further.

Together, they all head out to a frozen lake and make one last stand in front of a burning temple designed to keep the zombies in place. Overwhelmed by the horde, Chang's forces suffer a huge number of casualties and each of our heroes are bitten in turn as well.

Gunmen try their best to shoot through the ice to try and drown all of the zombies at once, but time runs out. All hope is lost, until Chang makes one last desperate bid to break the ice by slamming one of the infected down onto the floor.

Everyone falls in, soldiers and zombies alike, killing the horde off entirely. Everyone who was bitten in those final moments survives too, because the water drove the infectious worms out of their bodies before they could reach their brains and turn them completely.

To make sure the plague is truly gone, surviving soldiers pull all the zombie corpses out of the water and burn them the next day. All that's left for Chang to do now is kill Queen Cho's illegitimate baby.

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Prince Chang doesn't usually make a habit of killing babies, but this is a special case. In the episodes leading up to this finale, Queen Cho claimed that her son was the heir to the throne, thereby giving her control over the palace. However, the kid wasn't actually hers at all, and in reality, this meant Chang was supposed to take the crown for himself instead.

Cho died in the zombie infestation she herself unleashed in the palace, but Seo Bi rescued the baby last minute and bathed him in water, thereby saving him from the infectious worms which had entered his body.

This all led up to the moment when Chang finally found the child and was forced with an unenviable choice: kill the baby and take the throne, or allow him to live and face the political consequences of this decision.

Unwilling to commit either way, Chang decides to spare the boy and fake his own death. Because he was forced to kill his zombie father King, the Prince has been wracked with guilt this whole time, and believes this to be the only way he can make amends.

Following this decision, Chang leaves his kingdom behind to investigate the origin of the Resurrection Flowers. Meanwhile, the elders who remain start preparing the baby to take over as the country's new ruler.

Things aren't looking so good out on the edges of the kingdom either. Just as we learn of the Prince's fate, viewers are also reintroduced to older versions of Chang and Seo Bi who encounter the Resurrection Flower again near the Chinese border.

After discovering that someone from China is selling the flower to local Korean villagers, new zombies appear, but this time round, they have bells attached to their feet.

It's at this point where we suddenly meet a brand new character who seems to be spreading the virus on purpose and she's keeping a few of the infected as pets too.

It's unclear yet whether this mysterious figure wants to take the kingdom for herself or simply watch it burn to the ground.

Either way, hints at the vile experiments she's carrying out suggest that Jun Ji-hyun's character will play a key role in Kingdom season 3, probably as the main villain. Expecting kingdom season 3 probably next year.





 

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