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Director Yeon Sang-ho’s ‘Hell’ ranks 2nd on Netflix worldwide for the second day

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Netflix original series ‘Hell’, directed by Yeon Sang-ho, took second place on the second day of its release, occupying the global charts.

According to FlixPatrol, an online video streaming service (OTT) ranking site on the 22nd, ‘Hell’ ranked second in the global Netflix TV show category following ‘Arcane’, where a new episode was released on the 21st.

‘Hell’, which rose to 1st place immediately after its release on the 20th, was ranked 2nd on the second day. It reached number one in a total of 30 countries, and remained at number three in North America following the first day of its release.

It is highly likely that it will rise to number 1 again. Because ‘Hell’ gets 727 points and is very close to ‘Arcane’ with 756 points. In addition, it succeeded in widening the gap with 3rd place ‘Kaiboy Bebop’ with 491 points.

Korean content has done a big job once again. Following ‘Squid Game’ and ‘Hell’, it has been loved all over the world and has established itself as a ‘trustworthy Korean content’.

‘Hell’ is a series depicting the story of a supernatural phenomenon in which people are sentenced to hell by the messengers of hell who appeared without notice, and the religious organization Saejinrihoe, which was revived from this chaos, and those trying to uncover the truth of the incident. . It is based on the popular webtoon of the same name, written by Choi Kyu-seok of ‘Awl’ and written by Yeon Sang-ho of ‘Train to Busan’ and ‘Peninsula’.

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Reporter Park Jeong-sun, Entertainment News Team [email protected] (Content Business Headquarters)

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