Netflix continues to excite viewers with intriguing teasers of “D.P.” 2, starring Jung Hae In and Goo Kyo Hwan.
With its premiere on the horizon, Netflix unveiled a new “D.P.” Season 2 trailer, showcasing how the duo Jung Hae In and Goo Kyo Hwan continue their mission.
Netflix Drops a Sneak Peek of ‘D.P.’ Season 2
In “D.P.” 2’s latest trailer, private Ahn Joon Ho (Jung Hae In) and corporal Han Ho Yul (Goo Kyo Hwan) are set on another mission to bring back the deserters safe and sound. However, as they wrap up the task, the duo experiences setbacks and challenges along the way. Among them is how the system stayed the same despite the previous incident.
In the newest trailer, the changes in the Military Police Investigation Unit’s Division 103 are illustrated, especially with the Army Headquarters intervening with their activities.
Despite the involvement of the army headquarters, the military force sees no change in the system. This is where Ahn Joon Ho, Han Ho Yul, and sergeant Park Bum Goo, played by Kim Sung Kyun, will do something to prevent disorder and chaos in their sector.
With the intriguing teasers, the K-drama will surely raise anticipation from viewers, especially with the chemistry of Ahn Joon Ho and Han Ho Yul.
‘D.P.’ 2 Cast, Release Date
Based on the webtoon of the same name, Season 1 was released in 2021, and after an overwhelming response from the public, the duo returns in “D.P.” 2.
Joining Jung Hae In and Goo Kyo Hwan are the original cast members: Kim Sung Kyun as Sergeant Park Beom Gu, and Son Seok Ku as Lieutenant Lim Ji Seop.
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Meanwhile, new cast members who will give more color to the story are Ji Jin Hee as army headquarters’ chief legal officer Goo Ja Woon, and Kim Ji Hyun, who appeared in Thirty-Nine,” as operations officer of the Ministry of National Defense Prosecutor’s Office, Lieutenant Colonel Seo Eun.
Adding to the list of new characters is “Weak Hero Class 1” star Choi Hyun Wook, who plays one of the military deserters.
With the intriguing trailers and still cuts, Netflix is set to release “D.P.” 2 on July 28 with a total of six episodes.
‘D.P’ Season 2 Director Hints at Keypoints in Upcoming Sequel
With only weeks away from the much-awaited debut, “D.P.” 2 director Han Jun Hee talks about the soon-to-be-released series and his gratitude to the viewers.
As obtained by the media outlet, the director said that he is happy to “present a new season of “D.P.”, two years after the second season.
Moreover, he also acknowledges the support of viewers in the first season and wants to deliver a great sequel with the production team, actors, and staff.
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Written by Geca Wills