Vagabond Season 2

Lee Seung Gi and Bae Suzy previously starred together in the 2013 fantasy series Gu Family Book

Together in Gu Family Book

The supernatural love story received better than average ratings, but as Korean dramas are usually limited to 16-hour episodes or 32 half-hour episodes, there was no second season. 

Lee Seung Gi played a half human, half supernatural creature known in Korean mythology as a Gumiho. 

Bae Suzy played a martial arts instructor and female warrior. 

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Bae Suzy said: I was glad when I learned that we would be working together again, and we were able to film more comfortably with better chemistry.

Lee Sung Gi said: I was glad to work with Suzy again through “Vagabond”. It was great then working with her at that time, but this time I got see her acting style and discover what kind of actress she is. She is an excellent actress.

Vagabond had 24, one hour long episodes but the romantic chemistry between the two actors was too successful not to revive in a new drama.

Vagabond is a spy drama that concentrates on uprooting corruption in the South Korean government after it leads a flight crash. 

Actor Lee Seung Gi who play the role of a stuntman in the ‘Vagabond‘. Cha Dal Geon gets involved in a plane crash and discovers a scandal at play that affected the lives of many. He not only gets involved in government affairs but also tries to go against people holding power.

Actress Bae Suzy plays the role of a national intelligence officer, Go Hae Ri, who only joined the services to support her family. She dreamed of becoming a civil servant but things didn’t go as planned and her chance meeting with Dal Geon changes her life.

Actor Shin Sung Rok who is known for his performance in ‘The Last Empress’, ‘Return’, and ‘Perfume’ will be seen playing the role of Ki Tae Woong, the Head of the National Intelligence Agency in the show.

The first season ended on a note which leaves the possibility of second season open. 

Lee Seung Gi about the Second Season:

According to a report in Soompi, speaking about the possibility of a second season, Lee Seung Gi said, “I think people who have seen the ending would have been frustrated. Because there’s more that needs to be told, but it ends right when you’re on the edge of your seat. It makes you want a second season. It’s the type of ending you see a lot in American shows, the type that makes you wait for the next season no matter what.” 

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On November 24, a source from Celltrion Entertainment, the production company behind the drama, shared during an interview with OSEN, “The production period was very long, so everyone’s feeling both relieved and sad. The production process took 11 months, and if you count the planning period, it’s a lot longer than that.”

Vagabond” came to a close with an open ending and made viewers hope for a second season. The source revealed, “It was planned and produced with a second season in mind. However, season two has not been confirmed, and it’s currently being reviewed. We are reviewing the schedules of the actors, writers, and directors.”

The source also shared their gratitude for the actors and staff. 

Vagabond’s Second Season Release Date

Vagabond‘s second season has not been confirmed by SBS, the network that airs the show in South Korea, or by Netflix, which distributes the show overseas, however, the actors and director of the show hope to see it return soon. As the season renewal is yet to be confirmed by SBS, there is no release date as of now.

We will keep you posted on any news about the renewal here, as soon as it is announced.

8 thoughts on “Vagabond Season 2

  1. Don’t leave this remarkable show undone. There has to be a second series for closure. Don’t leave cha and his girl hanging in suspension.

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