'Seonsan', written and planned by director Yeon Sang-ho, will be released on Netflix on January 19th.
'Seonsan', written and planned by director Yeon Sang-ho, will be released on Netflix on January 19th.
The Netflix series 'Seonsan' (directed by Min Hong-nam) has confirmed its release on January 19th.

'Seonsan' is a story about a series of ominous events happening as one inherits a mountain left behind after the death of one's uncle, whom one had previously forgotten existed, and secrets related to it are revealed.

Director Yeon Sang-ho, who worked on 'Train to Busan', the Netflix series 'Hell', and the Netflix movie 'Jeong-i', planned and wrote the script, and it is also the first directorial work of director Min Hong-nam, who was the assistant director of 'Train to Busan', 'Telekinesis', and 'Peninsula'.

Director Yeon Sang-ho, who planned the work with "the starting point of emotions that all Koreans can sympathize with," and director Min Hong-nam, who completed the work with "a story about the family that is the foundation of humanity and is close to everyone," touches on the roots of Koreans. It is a mystery thriller that is intertwined with a deceased child.

The teaser poster captures the scene of a mysterious incident that occurred in a rural village under dusk. The scene where someone appears to have been murdered with Seonsan Mountain behind and the bare Seonang tree with the five-pointed cloth hanging from it add to the eulssi-like atmosphere.

The teaser trailer shows that Yoon Seo-ha (Kim Hyun-joo), who receives the news of the death of her uncle, whom she had no contact with at all, inherits the legacy left behind since she is her only blood relative. However, Seo-ha's half-brother, Kim Yeong-ho (Ryu Kyung-soo), appears and threatens her, saying that he too deserves a prenatal birth, and a series of mysterious murders occur in the village. Police officers Choi Seong-jun (Park Hee-soon) and Park Sang-min (Park Byeong-eun) begin to investigate the case, and a single gunshot cuts through the darkness, unusual amulets, and blood stains appear, heightening the mystery.

Reporter Ha-neul Lee, Ten Asia greenworld@tenasia.co.kr translated by google