TVING confirmed the release date of Island Season 2 after the Season 1 finale wrapped up on January 13th. After the heartwarming ending of the first season, the horror and fantasy Korean drama ‘Island’ will soon be back with the second season. here is everything you need to know about Island Season 2 release details, including dates, and Cast.
K-drama Island season 1 was released on TVING and Amazon Prime on 30 December 2023. after many fans anticipation to see Cha Eunwoo take on the new role of a priest. Cha Eunwoo played the role of Johann, a priest who made remarkable achievements in the world of exorcism at a young age.
Island Season 2 Release Date
Korean drama “Island Season 2” will be release on TVING on Friday, 24 February 2023. Like Season 1, Korean drama will have a total of 6 episodes in the Island Part 2, concluding the story of Yohan, Miho, and Van.
In addition to TVING, with Season 1 of the K-Drama airing every Friday on Prime Video, worldwide fans can expect Kdrama Island Part 2 on Amazon.
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Island Season 2 Cast
As for the cast for the second season, it’s hard to say who will return in their roles.
However, Main cast will return for Island season 2, including Cha Eunwoo as Yohan, Lee Da Hee as Won Mi Ho, Kim Nam Gil as Van, and Lee Da-hee as Miho.
- Kim Nam Gil as Van
- Lee Da Hee as Won Mi Ho
- Cha Eun Woo as Kang Chan Hyuk / John
- Sung Joon as Goong Tan
- Park Geun Hyung as Leader Jong Ryung
- Oh Kwang-rok as Butler Jang
Island season 2: What to expect?
Island Part 2 is a month away, After the end of Season 1 With the death of Yohan’s younger brother at the end of Season 1, fans are expecting Priest’s darker side in the next season.
Darker and more intense, and impatient for Miho’s awakening and final act as a savior, the trio finally team up to save humanity!
Island Season 2 FAQ
How many episodes will Island Season 2 have?
Island Season 2 Kdrama will be 6 episodes.
Where to watch Island Season 2?
Island is available to watch on South Korean streaming platform TVING. However, Amazon Prime Video has streaming rights for the show for audiences around the world.
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