Alchemy of Souls Season 2 Release Date, Cast, Trailer, Plot!

Alchemy of Souls Season 2: Alchemy of Souls is a South Korean television series starring Lee Jae-wook, Jung So-min, Go Yoon-jung, & Hwang Min-hyun. The Hong sisters penned this book about youthful sorcerers navigating the world.  It's also streamable on TVING & Netflix in some countries. Part 1 of the series ran from June 18-August 28, 2022 & consisted of 20 episodes; the launch of Part 2 is set for December 10, 2022. In this article, we will read about Alchemy of Souls Season 2 release date, cast, plot & everything you need to know. Keep reading.

Alchemy of Souls Season 2: Release Date

South Korean cable network tvN confirmed in a statement to XSports News on October 19 that the debut date for the second season of Alchemy of Souls will be December 10. On November 9th, tvN revealed that the 9:20pm KST time slot will be used to screen Alchemy of Souls: Light and Shadow.

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Alchemy of Souls Season 2: Cast

The second season will feature nearly all of the original cast in expanded roles. Jang Uk & Naksu, played by Lee Jae Wook & Go Yoon Jung, respectively, will also be back. The former is famous for his appearances in films such as Alchemy of Souls Part 1 & True Beauty & the latter is well-known for her parts in the tv shows Sweet Home & Law School.

Alchemy of Souls Season 2

In addition to Hwang Min Hyun as Seo Yul & Shin Seung Ho as Go Won, Yoo Joon Sang as Park Jin & Oh Na Ra as Kim Do Ju, the drama's cast includes them all as leading characters.  Some of the other actors & actresses who appear in the film include: Yoon In Soo, Arin, Do Sang Woo, Jo Jae Yoon, Park Eun Hye, Im Chul Sool, Hong Seo Hee, Lee Do Kyung, Lee Ha Yul, Seo Hye Won, Choi Kwang II, Kim Yong Jin, Jung Ji Ahn, Shim So Young, Park So Jin, Lee Ji Ho, & Moon Sook.

Park Joon Hwa, who helmed the Bring It On Ghost remake with Ok Taec-Yoon, What's Wrong with Secretary Kim & Lee Dong Wook's Touch Your Heart, will be back in the director's chair, with the show's writers Hong Jung Eun & Hong Mi Ran. Both Hotel Del Luna & A Korean Odyssey were critically acclaimed television productions with stories written by the Hong Sisters, Jung Eun & Mi Ran. For season 2, the show has brought back Yong Kim, the composer behind the scores for the hit Netflix originals A Crash Landing on You & Mr. Sunshine.

Alchemy of Souls Season 2: Expected Plot 

A Facebook post by tvN on November 9 revealed that Alchemy of Souls: Light and Shadow is set three years after the first season. In an interview with 1st Look, Lee Jae-wook, who plays Jang Wook, admitted that the long time jump between seasons made it difficult to bring the character back to life.

Alchemy of Souls Season 2

After finishing season one of Alchemy of Souls, I had only one week to reorganise. Once I caught up on everything I'd been neglecting, the week flew past. The 22nd of November's Soompi article quotes Lee as saying, “I lacked the stamina to replicate Jang-wook three years later.” Production slowed down in the beginning because of it. Understanding & expressing my character took some work.

A hint towards Season 2 is also included in the closing episode. The brief clip appears to take place some time after the events of the first season, and shows Jang Wook on a murderous spree, slashing soul-shifters mercilessly with Nak-sword. su's Most intriguingly, it appears to foreshadow the reappearance of Go Yoon-jung in the role of Nak-su, adding another layer of intrigue to the mystery of Mu-ultimate deok's fate.

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Alchemy of Souls Season 2: Trailer

On November 9, the South Korean cable network revealed the first teaser for the forthcoming second instalment of Alchemy of Souls. The major protagonist, Jang Wook, returns to life in this short preview of Alchemy of Souls: Light and Shadow. In the new image, he adds, “I should have died back then,” before the montage of action scenes from the upcoming season begins. No one will get out of here alive if my authority is upheld.

Where You Can Watch Alchemy of Souls 2?

On November 24, Netflix Korea announced that, same with the Ist season, Alchemy of Souls 2 will be available for simultaneous viewing on the site in territories other than South Korea. Though its worldwide availability remains to be seen.

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