Korean Terror Sweet Home: Mr. Sunshine will be adapted by Netflix (Source: Reproduction)
Mr. Sunshine's director Lee Eung-bok must adapt the popular Korean horror animation Sweet Home as a series for Netflix. Eung-bok, who also directed Goblin: The Lonely and Great God and Descendants of the Sun, will produce the animation created by Carnby Kim and YoungChan Hwang, which has a tone similar to The End of the Fucking World.
The plot will be based on the unique premise of a world in which people turn into monsters that reflect their own individual desires. After losing his family, reclusive student Cha Hyeon-su moves to a new apartment where he faces these bizarre and shocking circumstances.
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Their new series, tentatively titled Sweet Home, is based on an ongoing suspense webtoon created by Hwang and Carnby Kim and released in January 2018. It tells the story of a reclusive high school student who lost his family and touches on themes of loneliness, hope and saving people from becoming “monsters”. One of the main scenarios of the program is the tight student apartment. To take advantage of the concept of dealing with internal and external monsters, many special effects will be used for the series. See the video below.
Sweet Home is slated to begin shooting in July and is scheduled to open December 2020 on Netflix.