My Name, a Korean thriller that debuted on Netflix this month and has already attracted a large following among those looking to stream something after the Squid Game.
The series follows the plight of a woman who puts her faith in a blatant mob boss and pursues his instructions to go deep cover within the police department is the focus of the series, which has risen to the top five most popular shows on Netflix in the United Kingdom. Throughout the eight-episode, she hopes to uncover the truth about her father’s death and exact vengeance on the person or persons responsible.
Here’s the trailer for season 1
Many viewers have already finished binge-watching the show and are eagerly awaiting the announcement of whether or not Netflix will produce a second season of My Name.
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Is There Going To Be A Second Season Of My Name?
Netflix has not yet confirmed whether My Name will come back for a season 2, but there are grounds to think it will. Just five days after it premiered on Wednesday, October 20, the show has already risen to 4th position in the streamer’s top 10 UK series chart, indicating a sizable audience.
Some foreign series have failed to find an audience in the United States, so this is particularly impressive and may indicate that opinions toward subtitled content are at last shifting.
Like in the United States, My Name was a hit with critics and audiences alike all over the globe, peaking at No. 6 in the US and No. 7 in India. With the good fortune of both My Name and Squid Game, Netflix may be compelled to increase its investment in South Korean television.
My Name Season 2 Cast
Han So-performance as the fearsome Yoon Ji-woo, who joined forces with the Dongcheng motley crew and went undercover in the department to avenge the death of her father, has proven to be yet another significant success for her.
Due to her popularity on the South Korean t.v series ” The World of the Married and Nevertheless”, Netflix is likely to want So-hee to return for a second season.
Season two of My Name could see Ahn Bo-Hyun and Kim Sang-ho return as Jeon Pil-do and Cha Gi-ho, two key figures in the narcotics unit of the Inchang Metropolitan Police Agency.
It’s unlikely we’ll see more of Park Hee-crime soon’s boss Choi Mu-jin after how the initial installment ended, but he could appear in flashbacks. Lee Hak-Joo plays a henchman in the first season of My Name. Dongcheng’s former goon Do Gang-Jae is played by Chang Ryul, and Ji-father woo’s Yoon Dong-hoon is played by Yoon Kyung-ho.
There’s no trailer for My Name because it hasn’t been revived for a season 2 yet. However, if Netflix decides to go forward with more episodes, they may post a confirmation video on their YouTube page.
We’ll keep you informed of any new information as it becomes available.
My Name Season 2 Plot Theories
It’s unclear where the plot of My Name would go in a possible second season after Ji- woo’s quest for vengeance was neatly concluded in the first eight episodes.
After successfully waging a one-woman conflict against crime boss Choi Mu-jin, she visits her parents’ grave in the epilogue, implying that writer Kim Ba-da may decide not to continue the story.
However, if Netflix believes that there is sufficient demand for the story to continue, we wouldn’t be shocked to see Ji-woo pursue a new target. Did you stream the first season? Well, give us a short review then.