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D.P. Season 2 Release Date: Cast, Trailer, and Everything You Need to Know

The most recent Netflix Original drama, D.P., may be among the most well-liked releases since Love Alarm and Kingdom despite the fact that the streaming service consistently produces top-notch South Korean content.

After learning that D.P. has been renewed for a second season, fans will be even more thrilled to hear that season two’s filming has just finished. You can find all the information you require about D.P. season 2 in the sections below.

Based on Kim Bo Tong’s webcomic D.P Dog Day, Han Jun Hee’s D.P. is a South Korean crime drama that premiered exclusively on Netflix. Kim Bo Tong’s participation in the series as a co-writer of the screenplay helps explain why it is so well-liked.

D.P’s Second Season Release Date

The first episode of D.P.’s first season aired in August 2021, and the show was renewed for a second season in December 2021. This being the case, the second season is most likely to air at the end of 2022.

Although it hasn’t been announced yet, the upcoming season will probably include six episodes like Season 1. Regarding the second season, the creators are still mum. If we learn more, we’ll update this page with more details.

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What Can We Expect From D.P’s Second Season?

D.P. Season 2 Release Date: Cast, Trailer, and Everything You Need to Know

D.P. will have to deal with the effects of the terrible things that happened at the end of season 1 in its second season. Suk Bong finally lost it after being picked on over and over again. He held Hwang Jang-Soo as a prisoner and wanted to kill him.

Detective Na’s actions don’t make Suk Bong kill Hwang, but Jun-Ho had to stop him from beating the deserter too much. In a quick turn of events, Suk Bong was able to get Detective Han’s gun and go after Hwang to finish what Hwang had started. Han asked Suk Bong to stop and offered to look into the accusations against Hwang and his unit in detail.

Even though Han and Jun-Ho tried to help, armed military police guards came and surrounded Suk-Bong. Suk Bong didn’t think he had many options, so he shot himself in the head. The bullet missed his head and hit his neck instead. He was left to die in pain while he called for his mother.

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After what happened with Suk Bong, Jun-Oh does something drastic and leaves his unit and his commanding officer. Even though he still has more than 500 days to go, Jun-Oh decides to leave the army.

Who Can We Expect to See in D.P’s Second Season?

D.P. Season 2 Release Date: Cast, Trailer, and Everything You Need to Know

Role Cast Member
Private – Ahn Joon Ho Jung Hae In
Corporal – Han Ho Yul Koo Kyo Hwan
Sergeant First Class – Park Bum Goo Kim Sung Kyun
Captain- Im Ji Sup Son Seok Koo
Hwang Jang Soo Shin Seung Ho
Ryu Yi Kang Hong Kyung
Jung Hyun Min Lee Jun Young

Trailer for Season 2 of D.P.

The people who are making Season 2 of D.P. have not released a trailer yet. A first look or teaser is likely to come out in the next few months. You can watch the Season 1 trailer below until then:

Is D.P. Based on True Story?

The story is based on Kim’s personal experiences during his required military service. Director and co-writer Han Jun-hee desired to adapt the webcomic for “five or six years” before he finally had the opportunity to do so.

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Conclusion

D.P. is a South Korean crime drama that premiered exclusively on Netflix. The show was renewed for a second season in December 2021. Although it hasn’t been announced yet, the second season is most likely to air at the conclusion of 2022. If we learn more, we’ll update this page with more details.

Suk Bong lost it after being picked on over and over again. His commanding officer Jun-Oh decides to leave the army. The story is based on Kim’s personal experiences during his required military service.