‘Kingdom: Ashin of the North’: Jun Ji-hyun fronts new teaser, main poster

With the long-awaited special episode of the Kingdom series being just a month away, Netflix has unveiled the main poster for Kingdom: Ashin of the North. This special sidequel details the backstory of Ashin and the origins of the resurrection plant that triggered the avalanche of tragic events that swept through Joseon.

In the previous teaser poster (right below), Ashin (Gianna Jun) was standing with her back turned. The new poster features Ashin facing forward with her face revealed (left below). Grasping her bow, she looks confident and charismatic. 

Watch the all-new Kingdom: Ashin of the North teaser below.

The new video starts out with a scene of a tiger attacking people deep in the forest. Following that, we see young Ashin (Kim Si-a) tell her father about discovering information regarding a strange plant that can bring a dead person back to life. Concerned about Ashin, her father warns her against searching for it. However, Ashin cannot be dissuaded due to her mother’s serious illness. Ashin returns to the forest searching for the resurrection plant when she hears the screams of many people. Lastly, Ashin voices her wishes for “them to shed tears of blood” which foreshadows an exciting tale of vengeance.

Kingdom: Ashin of the North unveils the mystery of Ashin and the origins of the resurrection plant on July 23rd, only on Netflix.

Production Information

Title: Kingdom: Ashin of the North
Directed by: Kim Seong-hun
Written by: Kim Eun-hee
Starring: Gianna Jun, Park Byung-eun, Kim Si-a et al.
Produced by: Baram Pictures, B.A. Entertainment, Studio Dragon
Distributed by: Netflix
Release Date: July 23, 2021
Official Website: netflix.com/KingdomAshinOfTheNorth

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