Vagabond is a South Korean crime-action TV series created by SBS Drama and Production plan; written by Jang Young-Chul and Jung Kyung-soon, and directed by Yoo In-Sik. Lee Yong Seok served as the executive producer for the drama.
It starred Lee Seung-gi, Shin Sung-rok and. Bae Suzy. The series’s first season premiered on September 20 to November 23, 2019, on SBS TV and has a total of sixteen episodes. After the television broadcast of the series, it was dropped on Netflix in South Korea and internationally.
We know that K-dramas are always pleasing to watch and so is this one. It received positive reviews from critics and audiences and has an IMDB rating of 8.2 out of 10. After the thrilling first season, fans have been hoping for a second season, and here’s what we know about it so far.
Is Vagabond Renewed for a Season 2?
It’s been more than two years since the Vagabond Season premiere, and no official announcement about its renewal for a second season has been made yet. However, the series came close with an open ending and made audiences expect a renewal for another season. A source confirmed “It was planned and produced with the 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.” We will update this section as there is some latest update about it.
Vagabond Season 2 Expected Cast
We can expect all the main cast to return if the season happens. Let’s have a look at the expected returning cast names:
- Lee Seung-gi to portray Cha Dal-gun
- Bae Suzy to portray Go Hae-Ri
- Shin Sung-rok to portray Gi Tae-un
- Baek Yoon-Sik to portray Jung Kook-Pyo
- Moon Sung-Keun to portray Hong Soon-Jo
- Kim Min-jong to portray Yoon Han-Ki
- Choi Kwang-il to portray Park Man-young
We can also expect many other supporting casts to return to reprise their roles and there may be changes to the cast. Let’s wait until the official announcement.
Cha Dal-gun (portrayed by Lee Seung-gi) works as an unknown stuntman. He also simultaneously takes care of his orphaned nephew, Cha Hoon (played by Moon Woo-jin). Though they share a loving bond, Hoon argues with his uncle before leaving for a field trip to Morocco. Right before the flight takes off, Hoon sends a video of himself encouraging his uncle to stay persistent and pursue his dream of becoming a master in Taekwondo.
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