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Just A Bunch Of ~Otherworldly~ Behind-The-Scenes Pics From 'Hellbound'

The cast did such an AMAZING job!
Hellbound On Netflix: Behind-The-Scenes Photos And Videos
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Hellbound has been Netflix's NUMBER ONE TV show for more than a week now, and in case you haven't seen it yet, here's the gist: A new religious organization, The New Truth, rises in South Korea as monster-like beings called "executors of hell" condemn "sinners." The six-episode show is stressful, troubling, and really makes you think about the dire effects of blind fanaticism. It's honestly a must-watch! 

Here are some candid shots from the Hellbound set (if you wanna get even more ~stressed~): 

I think we can all agree that the cast did an AMAZING job. 

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Let's give it up for Director Yeon Sang Ho! ICYMI, he's also the genius behind the hit Korean movie Train To Busan.

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Netflix has also released a behind-the-scenes reel on YouTube! In the vid, Kim Hyun Joo (who plays Min Hye Jin) and Director Yeon talk about the process of translating the Hellbound webtoon into a series, with Hyun Joo saying she really loved her action scenes! "It was fun. I really enjoyed doing it. It felt like my action dreams came true in this series." 

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Director Yeon also talked about the "executors of hell" and how they actually represent humans! "As for the design of the executors, it started as an unknown substance in a human form. Not exactly humans, but mysterious creatures. We now refer to them as 'executors of hell' as we visualized it. But what they actually represent is humans: humans full of hatred, hatred for others. So we designed them based on that concept."  

Watch the full vid here: 

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