Netflix’s upcoming drama “Black Knight” has introduced its premiere date!
Primarily based on a webtoon, “Black Knight” takes place in 2071 when air pollution has change into so extreme that folks can’t survive with out respirators. The sequence tells the story that unfolds as legendary deliveryman 5-8 meets refugee Sa Wol, who desires of changing into a deliveryman as a result of they’re the refugees’ solely hope, and their wrestle in opposition to Chun Myung Group, a corporation that’s desirous to rule the world with their vicious cruelty.
Kim Woo Bin will probably be taking part in the legendary supply knight 5-8 who nobody can oppose. Tune Seung Heon will tackle the function of villain Ryu Seok, the one son of Chun Myung Group chairman Ryu Hae Jin. Kang You Seok will painting refugee Sa Wol, who’s envious of the legendary 5-8 and decided to change into a supply knight himself. Esom will probably be taking part in Seol Ah, a serious of the army intelligence who takes care of Sa Wol like household.
The newly launched poster previews the legendary supply knight 5-8 getting off his automobile and approaching with a field in his palms. On the field is the emblem of Chun Myung Group because the poster hints at what’s inside with the textual content above that reads, “Oxygen is now out for supply.” As Korea undergoes desertification, the remaining 1 p.c of humanity has change into stratified, and deliverymen have come to play an especially vital function in society. Towards the backdrop of a desolate world lined in sand and mud, the supply knight now has to threat his personal life to save lots of his nation.
Forward of the sequence’s launch, Kim Woo Bin shared his pleasure and remarked, “The method of working for this [drama] was really pleasant. I hope this drama, which is the dear results of our [hard work], will probably be nicely accepted, and I hope you’ll be able to fortunately take pleasure in it.”
“Black Knight” is about to premiere on Might 12. Keep tuned!
Whilst you wait, try Kim Woo Bin in “Uncontrollably Fond”:
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