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Netflix’s Tudum global fan event takes place this weekend on the streamer’s many YouTube channels, and there’s plenty of goodies for the world’s K-drama fans. Among the many sneak peaks shared by the streamer are exclusive first looks at returning Korean hit series such as Hell bound, Money Robbery: Korea – Joint Economic Area and Singles Inferno — and even a never-before-seen clip from the original first season of Squid game.

squid gameNetflix’s most-watched series of all time has been given the green light for a second season, but it still has a long way to go, with a drop date not expected until late 2023. But during Saturday’s Korean content promotion, Netflix tried to please fans with an exclusive look at an unreleased Season 1 clip confirming the Front Man’s mysterious identity (see it below).

Fans of Yeon Sang-ho .’s dark fantasy series Hell bound, meanwhile, got more of a foresight of what’s to come. The wildly original show, which was adapted from a webtoon and is famous for following supernatural creatures who appear out of nowhere to condemn humans to hell, released the first teaser for Season 2 (below). Like squid gamethe new season of the Hell bound is expected sometime next year.

Money Robbery: Korea – Joint Economic Area, the Korean version of the phenomenally successful Spanish series, divided critics when it appeared on Netflix this past summer amid high expectations. But Netflix is ​​doubling down on the show, with a second season due out later this year. Netflix unveiled a first-look clip of the new season, featuring a heart-pounding chase scene.

Netflix’s popular Korean reality series also received the teaser treatment on Saturday. Moon Se-hoon and Shin Ji-yeon, the bittersweet duo that kept audiences captivated for the first season of the adventurous dating show Singles Inferno reunited in Tudum for an Inferno Island tour to tease the public about what’s to come in Season 2.

Viewers also got a first-ever look at Netflix’s latest Korean competition show: Physical: 100. A hardcore fitness series that capitalizes on Korea’s recent body-sculpting trend, Physical: 100 follows 100 male and female contestants as they battle it out to claim the honor of the best body.

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