The first season of Bulgasal: Immortal Souls ended, and the fans are already chanting for its renewal. And why not? The show concluded with a massive cliffhanger, making all of us (literally) thrilled to bits!
Will Hwal and Sang end up being together? What’s their fate? The ending of the series brought so many thoughts which are quite difficult to put into one. Jeez, our hearts stopped when Hwal and Sang Un died. However, we were a bit relieved to see ‘em reincarnated once more.
If you want to keep up to date with the details regarding Bulgasal: Immortal Souls Season 2, then read the article till the very end. This post comprises all the potential updates, including the release date, cast, official trailer, streaming platforms, and so on.
Bulgasal: Immortal Souls Season 2: Renewed Or Cancelled?
Bulgasal: Immortal Souls is an epic fantasy k-drama and the latest weekend Korean IP to drop on Netflix.
Each of the episodes was uploaded quickly after broadcast on Saturdays and Sundays, with the hard-working subtitle team translating quickly.
This 16 episode drama has been quite the turbulent ride over the weeks, but after that happy ending, you may be wondering if this one’s been renewed or canceled.
The show was the talk of the town with its impeccable plot. Rumors have it that season 2 is currently under production and will be launching soon.
However, there’s been no information revealed by the makers of the show regarding its renewal status. Without official confirmation, we can’t be sure whether season 2 will be renewed or canceled.
As soon as we receive any updates, we will publish them in our upcoming articles. Keep refreshing this page for more info!
Bulgasal: Immortal Souls Season 2: When’s the release date?
At the time of writing, tvN has not revealed anything about the show’s renewal. On that note, it’s difficult to comprehend the release date.
Given the conclusive nature of the ending, plus the ratings over the weeks, it seems unlikely that this one will be renewed. But hey, stranger things did happen!
After all, Tales of the Nine-Tailed was also renewed last year and that had a rather similar story to this one! Let’s try to make an educated guess:
As both Hwal and Sang Un met even after being reincarnated, then the story kind of ended there. Also, we have seen Ok Eul Tae’s death as well, so a chance of revenge can’t also be anticipated.
That said, if there is any chance for a Season 2, then the story will have to start in a different direction. This kind of implies that the show may not be renewed, considering the show ended without any loose ends.
Talking about the show’s ratings, the ratings began with a pretty decent 6.346% nationwide. However, it has been steadily dropping, settling between 3% and 4% over the weeks.
Given that this is a weekend drama, that’s pretty average on the whole. Based on this, coupled with the fact that most k-dramas wrap up their stories in a single season, we predict that Bulgasal will not be renewed. But again that’s just a prediction!
We’ll be sure to update this section with more details as they become available.
Bulgasal: Immortal Souls Season 2: Who’s going to be featured in the cast?
The heart-wrenching drama had an amazing cast who uplifted the story even more with their performances. Bulgasal: Immortal Souls Season 1 consisted of an ensemble cast.
If season 2 were to happen, we can expect most of the cast members to reappear, if not all. Among the main leads would be:
- Lee Jin Wook, who played the role of Dan Hwal
- Kwon Nara played double roles of Min Sang Un, Kim Ha Yeon
- Bulgasal, Lee Joon portrayed Ok Eul Tae,
- Gong Seung Yeon played Dan Sol and Min Shi Ho,
- Jung Jin Young played Kwon Ho Yeol and Dan Guek
- Kim Woo Seok played Nam Do Yoon.
Bulgasal: Immortal Souls Season 2: Is the official trailer out yet?
The trailer of Bulgasal: Immortal Souls Season 2 has not been released yet. As soon as the second season is finalized, we’ll surely get an update about the second season’s trailer. Stay tuned!
Bulgasal: Immortal Souls Season 2: Where to watch?
Bulgasal: Immortal Souls is available on the global streaming platform Netflix!
For the South Korean audience, the drama is available on the streaming platform TVING, which is South Korean based.