The highly anticipated K-Drama series The King, Eternal Monarch will be available on Netflix in April. The K-drama's plot, cast and trailer are all available on our website. We also have the episode release dates, Netflix release date and schedule.
Kim Eun Sook is the screenwriter of The King: Eternal Monarch, a new Netflix Original K-drama series. Baek Sang Hoon will direct the series, having previously directed series like Descendants of the Sun or Secret.
The King: Eternal Monarch's first episode will be streaming on Netflix starting Friday, April 17, 2020.
The episodes will arrive on Fridays or Saturdays, and they will be made available two times per week.
The King: Eternal Monarch will air 16 episodes total
SBS will air The King: Eternal Monarch on April 17, 2020. Below is the SBS and Netflix episode release schedule:
|Episode||SBS Broadcast Date||Netflix Release Date|
We had previously thought that Episodes of The King: Eternal Monarch would be released the day following the South Korean broadcast. We’ve now learned that episodes will arrive on the same day as the South Korean broadcast.
This series takes place in two different universes. The first is very similar to Korea today. The country of Korea in the opposite universe is an empire ruled over by one but good monarch. The door to the other universe is opened and evil plots begin to unfold, so the Korean Emperor enlists help from a detective to save the worlds.
The King: The Eternal Monarch has confirmed the casting of these cast members:
|Role||Cast Member||Where Have I Seen/Heard Them Before?|
|Emperor Yi Gon||Lee Min Ho||The Legend of the Blue Sea | Faith | City Hunter|
|Jung Tae Eul / Luna||Kim Go Eun||Goblin | Canola | Your Song|
|Jo Eun Sup / Jo Young||Woo Do Hwan||My Country: The New Age | Mad Dog | Save Me|
|Kang Shin Jae||Kim Kyung Nam||Come and Hug Me | Prison Playbook | Defendant|
|Goo Seo Ryung||Jung Eun Chae||The Guest | The Great Battle | The King|
|Yi Rim||Lee Jung Jin||The K2 | More Than Words Can Say | Running Man|
Four years after the success of Goblin, South Korean actress Kim Go Eun is back in leading roles in television shows.
It’s going to take something special for a new K-Drama series to smash into the highest-rated Korean dramas in public broadcast.
To reach the Top 50, The King: Eternal Monarch would need to have nearly half the South Korean viewership. As it stands now, K-drama will require at most 45%.
Between 2010 and 2019, only six K-dramas were able break into the Top 50.
It’s a tall order, but The King: Eternal Monarch has every chance of being a great success.
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