The Silent Sea left all of my fellow fans of Korean dramas in awe, so learning that season 2 would be available soon made it impossible not to shout a little.
K-dramas are soon becoming Netflix’s next big thing because to the enormous success of Squid Games, Hellbound, and Kingdom.
The Silent Sea would undoubtedly be listed next. The Witcher and Emily in Paris garnered more viewers in the US than The Silent Sea.
Now that the moondust has settled, we are especially eager for new episodes of The Silent Sea, just like the characters in this other sci-fi future who are starving to death.
Even if the most current Korean science fiction series on Netflix wasn’t as well-liked as Squid Game or even Hellbound, it still needs more episodes.
The Park Eun-Kyo-written serial has both fascinated and scared us throughout the holiday season. There is obviously enough material for at least one more season of the story.
So don your spacesuit and join us as we journey to the most remote corners of the internet to discover everything there is to know about season two of The Silent Sea.
Release of The Silent Sea Season 2:
More than a year after the show’s premiere, in February 2023, there has still been no sign of The Silent Sea season two.
Although there have been numerous internet reports that Netflix has canceled the show, neither the streaming provider nor any dependable sources have responded to our request for comment.
There were plans for a second season because the initial eight episodes were referred to by Netflix as season one rather than a restricted season.
Release of The Silent Sea Season 2 Trailer:
Expect to see footage posted right here roughly 30 days before to the season debut of The Silent Sea if Netflix decides to continue the series. When announcing news about the renewal, Netflix has been relatively silent.
Cast of Season 2 of The Silent Sea:
The Silent Sea’s cast included well-known Korean performers from Squid Game, such as Heo Sung-tae and Gong Yoo, as well as actors from Sense8. Unfortunately, however, not all of them won’t most likely return for season two.
After all, the vast majority of the characters were dead by the time the finale ended.
Three people were the only ones still standing as the titles began to play: Doctor Song (Bae Doona), Doctor Hong (Kim Sun-young), and Luna (Kim Si-A).
It’s unlikely that Gong Yoo would make another appearance unless flashbacks permit a covert cameo, considering even Captain Han made a brave sacrifice.
All of this suggests that the second season will mostly include an entirely new cast in order to carry on the story from season one.
Hong Ga-young is portrayed by Kim Sun-young, Luna 073 by Kim Si-a, and Doctor Song Ji-an by Bae Doona.
Storyline for Season 2 of The Silent Sea:
If there isn’t a time jump, the focus of The Silent Sea will be on the two remaining survivors and their journey back to Earth with Luna.
Given how unique their tiny charge is and what her very presence means to the scientific community, Doctor Song and Doctor Hong may find themselves fleeing or, at the very least, hiding as political forces hunt Luna out for their own objectives.
The provocative concept of the show will force future seasons of The Silent Sea to significantly emphasize the environmental issues our world is currently facing.
We anticipate that if season two does happen, the writers will try to include some of the season one fan feedback.
After the show’s premiere, Gong Yoo discussed its mixed reviews in an interview with Sports Chosun (via Soompi).
When I read the script and started to write it, I was aware that some people would adore the drama and others would abhor it.
Since it is in the sci-fi genre, I assumed the change would be much more noticeable.
I thought there might be alternative perspectives, whether from a historical or scientific analysis, through which the play could be seen.
Of course, he said, there were some things that were missing, and I am aware of the very few negative points of view.
However, I think that given the circumstances and amount of success we were able to achieve, we did the best we could.
However, there are some promising signs. Gong Yoo continued while talking about the show’s impact:
I think we established the groundwork for expansion in the future. I believe this to be a major first step for the Korean space science fiction genre.
There are, in my opinion, some very good elements, and I think the beginning was fantastic.
Many people have different points of view, but I think the variety only adds to the drama’s thrill, therefore I’m grateful.
We witnessed the arrival of a spacecraft intended to return the heroes to Earth in the previous season.
However, as fans are well aware, only a small percentage of mission personnel really survived, and it is still unclear what will happen to those who might have.
We are still unaware of how the lunar water was found, along with the crew’s health. While a few water samples were saved before the Balhae station flooded in season 2, some researchers may be able to provide us with some answers.
Another concern is the young clone Luna, whose survival depends on Lunar Water. Luna was a success in terms of the first goal since she could survive in the ocean.
Why therefore had the mission to come to an end? We want answers because everything is so mysterious!
Luna is also incredibly powerful, quick, and has a high level of healing ability. We still don’t fully understand all of her abilities, especially her bite, which helps people endure the Lunar Water disease.
The Digital Fix, however, is betting that the bite offers more than just a cure because we have already seen too many zombie movies.
At the end of Season 1, Luna is unable to travel to Earth, so she and Doctor Song Ji-an are going to the International Institute of Aerospace Biology. Therefore, it is hoped that more details regarding her background and connection to Lunar Water will be made public.
We should expect a great deal of tension surrounding the priceless resource in the upcoming season because the crew’s objectives are still largely divided.
While some team members still care about the survival of Earth and their loved ones, others still wish to tell the truth about the voyage. So be prepared for lots of drama and stress. We’ll let you know as soon as we find out more.