[09/23/22 - 07:33 PM] Tudum Recap: Everything You Missed from Our Show from Korea Highlights include "Squid Game" director Hwang Dong-hyuk sharing an unreleased clip from Season 1.
[via press release from Netflix]
Tudum Recap: Everything You Missed From Our Show From Korea
After an impressive Squid Game-themed acapella introduction from MayTree to kick off the show, Tudum hosts Choi Min-ho (The Fabulous) and Cho Yi-hyun (All of Us Are Dead) kept the energy going with a dance performance from Hook - including a special message from Lee Hyun-woo ("Rio") who shared an exclusive clip from Money Heist: Korea - Joint Economic Area Part 2.
Moon Sae-hoon from Single's Inferno joined Choi Min-ho and Cho Yi-hyun on the Tudum stage before visiting Shin Ji-yeon from Single's Inferno Season 1 who gave fans a tour of the reality series set. To preview this title and more, watch the full Tudum event.
Also on the reality series front, fans were treated to an exclusive first look at Physical: 100, a new series where 100 contestants compete to see who has the ultimate physique.
Korea No. 1 hosts Yu Jae-seok, Lee Kwang-soo and Kim Yeon-koung gave viewers a tour of their new reality series looking at traditional jobs.
Choi Min-ho left the Tudum stage to join his The Fabulous co-star Chae Soo-bin on set to answer questions about their fashion-set drama.
Choi Min-ho and Cho Yi-hyun then announced plans for two upcoming drama series Somebody and The Glory,and presented unreleased clips from the thriller Glitch and 20th Century Girl.
After celebrating the renewals of D.P., Sweet Home and All of Us Are Dead, and presenting fans with a sizzle reel with everything they can see at Tudum: A Netflix Global Fan Event, hosts Choi Min-ho and Cho Yi-hyun were driven from the stage by monsters falling from the sky! Only one announcement could cause this to happen: Hellbound will be back.
And finally, Squid Game director Hwang Dong-hyuk ended the show with an unreleased clip from Season 1.
And that's a wrap from Korea! Stay tuned for all of the news coming out of India, North America, Europe, Latin America and Japan later today.
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