Netflix is ​​preparing to launch its new K-drama “Hierarchy”, promising a new approach to a series that is both dramatic and scandalous. The story, set at the prestigious Jooshin High School, explores the upheaval caused by the arrival of a new transfer student, who disrupts the rigid social order maintained by the 0,01% elite.

Directed by Bae Hyun Jin, known for co-directing popular K-dramas such as “Alchemy of Souls Season 2” and “Start-Up”, and written by Choo Hye Mi, the author of “About Time”, Hierarchy explores the strictly hierarchical universe of a prestigious private high school. The K-drama stars promising young talents such as Roh Jeong Eui, Lee Chae Min, and Kim Jae Won, ensuring captivating and visually impressive storytelling.

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The new teaser and trailer have already generated a lot of anticipation. The poster, decorated with a crown symbolizing the perfect order of Jooshin High School, immediately attracts attention. The slogan, “Admire it or despise it,” portends imminent disruption within this seemingly unshakable system. The character of Kang Ha (played by Lee Chae Min), a transfer student, looks at the crown with a determined eye, his fist clenched, suggesting the cracks that are beginning to appear in this elitist world.

The trailer sparks even more interest by contrasting the mysterious death of a student with Jooshin’s glitzy setting. Kang Ha, a scholarship student, encounters marked discrimination and coldness from upper-class students, illustrating the enormous hierarchy that separates them. Tensions rise when Kang Ha confronts Rian (Kim Jae Won), the top student and heir to the Jooshin group.

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Rian’s warning, “We are in Jooshin now. Don’t do anything you can’t handle”, announces their impending conflict. The stakes are further raised when Kang Ha kisses Rian’s girlfriend and Jooshin High School queen Jung Jae Yi (Roh Jeong Eui), signaling the trouble he will bring to the school. Hierarchy will be released on the Netflix streaming platform on June 7.

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