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When Will Be Prison Playbook Season 2 Release Date Revealed? –
Shin Won-ho is the director of the 2017 South Korean drama series Prison Playbook. Lee Woo-Jung is the creator of this series, while Jung Bo-hoon is the series’ writer. It aired on TVN from November 22 to January 18, 2018. For the first season of Prison Playbook, there are 16 episodes. It was one of the most popular Korean dramas on cable when it first aired.
The show’s theme is around the lives of criminals in prison and their interactions and relationships with each other, their families, and the correctional officers who work at the facility.
Nominated for best supporting actor in a drama, Park Ho-san received a nomination for best-supporting actor in a drama at the Seoul Awards 2018. At the 2018 Asian Television Awards, Prison Playbook was nominated for ‘Best Drama Series.
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Prison Playbook Season 2 Release Date
Season two was not renewed when the first season ended in 2018, and it still hasn’t happened. Despite the show’s popularity, the creators decided not to produce another season.
|Prison Playbook Season 1 Release Date||22 November 2017|
|Prison Playbook Season 2 Release Date||Not Announced|
Prison Playbook Season 2 Story
Although the conclusion of the first season was not exactly grand and joyous, viewers appreciated that it seemed authentic and grounded. They might follow the lives of the inmates when they return to the outside world and see how they cope and adapt. After a year or two, they should have matured and grown in character, but they may still be carrying some baggage, and they need to take care of their families as well.
Prison Playbook Season 1 Recap
Baseball pitcher Kim Je-Hyuk possesses exceptional talent. He had even been offered a contract to play in the Major League Baseball (MLB). Je-Hyuk, who was known for his simplicity and kindness, had a plan for the rest of his life. In the blink of an eye, everything changes. An assault charge is filed against Je-Hyuk after he chased and fought with an intruder on his sister’s behalf, who had tried to take advantage of her. The incident was caught on camera, and Je-Hyuk was arrested for assault after allegedly hitting the man in the head with a trophy as a form of self-defense.
Although Kim Je-Hyuk and his fellow inmates had a few disagreements at the beginning of their time in prison, they soon become friends. The fact that one of the prison guards is Lee, an old buddy from high school, comes as a shock to him as well. Je-Hyuk makes several pals while incarcerated. To make ends meet, he accepts a job in the woodshop of the prison. Je-Hyuk and his other inmates share a variety of special memories and experiences, from figuring out how to use their phone privileges to contact someone outside the prison to working hard to win competitions. Early on in the show, several inmates are let go and new ones are introduced. Certain convicts aren’t pleasant, like the one who schemes to hurt Je-Hyuk in episode 11.
pleasant highlights include Looney and Jung-woo squabblings like children and a group discussion in which all the cellmates divulge facts of their pasts. After being released from prison, Min Chul is greeted by his daughter and Jean Valjean in the film’s epilogue. This is the retrial Captain Yoo had been looking forward to. It’s with great sadness that Je-Hyuk bids farewell to Jailbird and even Crony, the man who attempted to harm him.
Je-Hyuk is driven somewhere by Jailbird in the final scene before the episode ends. Even though the ending was less than grand, it was nonetheless touching and honest to the audience.
Prison Playbook Season 2 Cast
The cast of this drama includes Park Hae-soo as Kim Je-Hyuk, Jung Kyung-ho as Lee Joon-ho, Krystal Jung as Kim Ji-ho (Je-Hyuk’s girlfriend), Lim Hwa-young as Kim Je-hee (Je-Hyuk’s younger sister), and Choi Moo-sung as Kim Min-Chul.
Where To Watch Prison Playbook?
Season 1 of Prison Playbook is available to watch on Netflix.