Signal is a South Korean drama series starring Lee Jae-Moon and Park Eun-Kyung. It is directed by Kim Won-Seok and produced by Lee Jae-Moon and Park Eun-Kyung. It is set in a fantasy-crime universe. The sixteen-episode series premiered on January 22, 2016, and will conclude on January 22, 2017. The season finale aired on March 11, 2016. tvN televised the show. Today, we'll discuss the likelihood of Signal receiving a second season in the near future.
Signal Season 2 Official Announcement
On December 20, 2016, when asked about Season 2, writer Kim Eun-Hee stated, “Signal is great work.” “Both the cast and production staff are extremely invested in the project,” she explained. “With a fantastic screenplay, anything is possible,” she continued, adding that “I will strive to write it after the next drama.”
The drama was scheduled to launch this year but has to be postponed owing to scheduling conflicts with cast members.
In 1989, a walkie-talkie buzzes, allowing a detective to communicate with a 2015 cold case profiler. Park Hae Young, a criminal profiler, and Detective Cha Soo-Hyun, who has been searching for her long-lost mentor Lee Jae-Han, are central to the plot. The trio solves the crime using the odd walkie-talkie.
Their actions frequently influence events in the present and past; in one scenario, Jae-Han is completely erased from everyone's memory. The entire plot of the show bears a strong resemblance to Christopher Nolan's.
Signal Transmissions As far as we are aware, there should be no modifications to the castings, but due to the actors' internal dispute, we can anticipate changes to the casts as well.
- Park Hae-Young is played by Lee Je-Hoon
- Cha Soo-Hyun is played by Kim Hye-Soo
- Lee Jae Han is played by Cho Jin-Woong
- Jang Hyun-Sung plays Kim Bum-Joo
- Jung Hae Kyun plays Ahn Chi-Son
- Kim Won-Hae plays Kim Gye-Chul
- Jung Han-Bi plays Oh Yoon-Seo
- Lee Yoo-jun plays Jung Han Ki
- Kim Min-Kyu plays Hwang Eui-Kyung
- Kim Hyun-Bin plays Young Park Hae-Young
- Kang Chang-hee plays Park Sun-Woo
The second season was originally scheduled to premiere in 2020, but was delayed until 2021 due to scheduling conflicts with the cast. The precise date and month have not been revealed. We anticipate that the show will be ready for us in the mid- to late-2021 timeframe.
Additionally, it was severely impacted by the virus, and its timeline has been accelerated in the future. There has been no word on when or how Signal season 2 will be released. We are convinced, however, that the production firm is working diligently to produce this play as quickly as possible.
Season two trailer is out you can enjoy it by opening the following link.
Park Hae-young (Lee Je-hoon), a criminal profiler, solves an abduction case involving a suspect who appears to have vanished after the crime using a bizarre walkie-talkie he picks up. The success of this case results in the development of a long-term cold case team lead by Detective Cha Soo-hyun (Kim Hye-soo), who has spent the last fifteen years seeking for her long-lost mentor Detective Lee Jae-han (Cho Jin-woong).
With the assistance of Jae-han, the person on the other end of the walkie-talkie, Park Hae-young solves other cold cases that have gone unsolved for years, while simultaneously assisting Lee Jae-han in resolving previous crimes that result in catastrophic unintended consequences.
In the summer of 2000, 10 year old primary school student Park Hae-young witnesses fellow classmate Kim Yoon-jung leave school with a woman. Yoon-jung is later alleged to have been kidnapped after her mother receives a ransom message. The suspect is a male medical student called Seo Hyung-joon recognised by a thumbprint; Hae-young disbelieves it as he saw Yoon-jung left with a woman.
After the ransom money is provided, the corpse of Yoon-jung is retrieved while Hyung-joon is never located. 15 years later and a few days before the statute of limitations on the case has passed, Hae-young becomes a criminal profiler while the Yoon-jung case remains unresolved. Hae-young comes upon an ancient police walkie-talkie and intercepts a live message from a police officer called Lee Jae-han in 2000, who had discovered Hyung-corpse. joon's
Soo-blood ah's is matched to Hyung-glasses joon's too late since Yoon-statute jung's of limitations has expired, but when the time of death for Hyung-joon is determined, Soo-ah is arrested and charged with and convicted of that murder. Superintendent Bum-joo establishes a new cold case team in Seoul, to be commanded by Soo-hyun and comprised of fellow officer Kim Gye-chul and forensic scientist Jung Han-ki, with Hae-young serving as their criminal profiler. Their first case is the Gyeonggi Nambu serial killings, Korea's most well-known cold case. In 2000, Soo-hyun forms a bond with experienced investigator Jae-han.
In 2015, Hae-young discovers that everyone else's memory has been altered to match the new reality of the eighth victim, Lee Mi-sun, surviving the attack, but he retains his original memories. After another walkie-talkie conversation with 1989 Jae-han, Hae-young understands he is speaking with Lee Jae-han from the past and informs him of the upcoming Gyeonggi Nambu murder. Hae-young understands that he can alter the past after meeting Mi-now-existent sun's daughter. Later, when attempting to question Jung Kyung-soon, the 8th victim's coworker, Hae-young and Soo-hyun uncover her dead as the serial killers' new tenth victim. Due to the fact that this reopens the case, it is transferred to the Gyeonggi police department, and the cold case team is relieved of the investigation.
In 2015, evidence discovered at the location of Kyung-murder soon's established that the murderer was bus driver Lee Chun-goo, however, he does not fit the Gyeonggi Nambu killer's psychological profile. Hae-young discovers that the true perpetrator of the first nine killings was Chun-son, goo's Lee Jin-hyung, and that Chun-goo committed the tenth murder. Soo-hyun has a violent altercation with Jin-hyung in the hospital, but Chun-goo surrenders and confesses to all ten murders; without evidence to refute his confession, Jin-hyung will avoid prosecution for his crimes. Jae-Han races to save Won-kyung in 1989, but is mislead by Chun-goo and arrives too late. The next time they communicate via walkie-talkie, an irate Jae-han demands to know the murderer's identify in order to murder them.
In 1995, Cha Soo-hyun, a rookie police officer, joins the Special Task Force, becoming the squad's first female member. This immediately creates friction with the rest of the squad, particularly an officer named Lee Jae-han, who is adamant about treating her equally rather than bestowing preferential treatment on her due to her gender. The police investigate a succession of burglaries; Jae-han suspects an ex-convict named Oh Kyung-tae, who used a similar method but maintains his innocence. In 2015, Hae-young discovers that Jae-han was proclaimed missing in 2001 and fired from the force, but the case was examined by Internal Affairs rather than the violent crimes division owing to bribery suspicions. This brings Hae-young to Bum-attention, joo's who is adamant that Jae-han must never be found.
In A Nutshell
Lee Jae-Moon and Park Eun-Kyung feature in Signal, a South Korean drama series. Kim Won-Seok directs and Lee Jae-Moon and Park Eun-Kyung produce. It is situated in a world of fantasy and criminality. The sixteen-episode season began on January 22, 2016 and concludes on January 22, 2017. On March 11, 2016, the season finale aired. The programme was shown on tvN. Today, we'll examine the prospects for a second season of Signal in the near future.