Sweet Home (TV series)

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Sweet Home
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Hangul스위트홈
Genre
Created byNetflix
Production Plan
Based onSweet Home
by Kim Carnby and Hwang Young-chan
Developed byStudio Dragon
Written by
  • Hong So-ri
  • Kim Hyung-min
  • Park So-jung
Directed by
  • Lee Eung-bok
  • Jang Young-woo
  • Park So-hyun
Creative directorKim Seol-jin
Starring
Music byGaemi
Country of originSouth Korea
Original languageKorean
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes10
Production
Executive producerKim Young-kyu
ProducerJinnie Choi [ko]
EditorKim Woo-seok
Camera setupSingle camera
Running time44–59 minutes
Production companies
DistributorNetflix
Budget$27 million
Release
Original networkNetflix
Picture format4K (Ultra HD)
Audio formatDolby Digital
Original releaseDecember 18, 2020 (2020-12-18)

Sweet Home (Korean스위트홈; RRSeuwiteuhom) is an apocalyptic horror South Korean television series starring Song Kang, Lee Jin-wook and Lee Si-young. Based on the Naver webtoon of the same name by Kim Kan-bi and Hwang Young-chan, which recorded over 1.2 billion net views, the series was released on Netflix on December 18, 2020.[1][2]

Synopsis[edit]

Following the death of his family in an accident, loner Cha Hyun-soo moves to a new apartment. His quiet life is soon disrupted by strange incidents that start occurring in his new building. As people turn into monsters which take the form of their hidden desires, Hyun-soo and other residents try to survive.

Cast[edit]

Main[edit]

  • Song Kang as Cha Hyun-su, a suicidal high school student who moves into 1410 in Green Home after his family is killed in a car accident. He finds himself caught in the middle of an apocalypse. He is later given the powers of the infected, and merges with the beast inside him to become a superpowered being.
  • Lee Jin-wook as Pyeon Sang-wook, a mysterious man with a scar on his face. He punishes evil with evil whom everyone misunderstands for a gangster. He has mild Superhuman Strength.
  • Lee Si-young as Seo Yi-kyeong, a former firefighter whose fiancé disappeared two days before the wedding. She doesn't trust anyone easily. She is an expert in martial arts as she worked in special forces before becoming a firefighter. She is a show exclusive character, having not been in the comics
  • Lee Do-hyun as Lee Eun-hyuk, a medical student and Eun-yu's older brother. He is the brain and the leader of the building's survivors. He handles everything with calm mind and rational decision. He appears to be cold hearted.

Recurring[edit]

  • Kim Nam-hee as Jung Jae-heon, a Korean Language teacher and a devout Christian who lives in 1506. He has a keepsake jingum, a Korean martial arts sword, to defend himself and protect others. He saves Yoon Jisoo and sticks around her. In the show, Jae-heon and Ji-soo are romantically interested in one another
  • Go Min-si as Lee Eun-yoo, Eun-hyuk's younger sister and a former ballerina who quit due to an injury. She lives with her brother.
  • Park Gyu-young as Yoon Ji-soo, a bass guitarist who moves into 1510 in Green Home after her boyfriend's suicide. She was saved by Jae-heon and after then sticks around him. Unlike the webtoon, she is a recurring character rather than a main one
  • Go Yoon-jung as Park Yoo-ri, a senior caregiver who appears to have some training as a medical care professional. She is asthmatic.
  • Kim Kap-soo as Ahn Gil-seob, a terminally-ill patient living with his caregiver Park Yoo-ri.
  • Kim Sang-ho as Han Du-sik, living in 1408. He is the neighbor of Cha Hyun Soo, a middle-aged man bound to a wheelchair and a former military man. He is talented at making weapons.
  • Woo Hyun as Kim Suk-hyun, a grocery store owner who is often abusive towards his wife.
  • Kim Hyun as Ahn Sun-young, Suk-hyun's wife
  • Kim Hee-jung as Cha Jin-ok, a mother who was desperately trying to save her daughter, only for her to witness her death.
  • Heo Yool as Kim Su-yeong, the 12-year-old girl and Kim Yeong-Su's sister
  • Choi Go as Kim Yeong-su, the 6-year-old boy and Kim Su-Yeong's little brother
  • Kim Gook-hee as Son Hye-in, a middle-aged woman who always carries her pet Pomeranian named Bom.
  • Lee Bong-ryun as Im Myung-sook, a mother who lost her child when the stroller rolled away from her, causing a truck to collide into it. She becomes a half monster after getting the powers of the infected.
  • Go Geon-han as Choi Yoon-jae, a Child Predator. Heavily beaten up by Pyeon Sang-wook.
  • Woo Jung-gook as Kang Seung-wan, a bespectacled and timid resident
  • Lim Soo-hyung as Noh Byung-il
  • Ahn Dong-goo as Lee Soo-ung, a soldier
  • Lee Joon-woo as Ryu Jae-hwan
  • Jeong Ha-dam as Kim Ji-eun
  • Kim Sung-cheol as Jung Wooi-myung
  • Kim Ji-eun as Han Yu-jin
  • Lee Ji-ha as Moon Hyeon-sook, Hyun-soo's mother
  • Kim Yi-kyung as Cha Soo-ah, Hyun-soo's younger sister
  • Lee Ki-hyuk as Hwang Seung-jae

Guest[edit]

Episodes[edit]

No.TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal release date
1"Episode 1"Lee Eung-bok, Jang Young-woo & Park So-hyunHong So-ri, Kim Hyung-min & Park So-jungDecember 18, 2020 (2020-12-18)
In September 2020, Cha Hyun-soo is a soldiers' target in what appears to be a no-man's land. One month earlier, he moves into the apartment complex Green Home where a variety of people lives. Depressed and suicidal, he avoids going outside and relies on food deliveries. One night, he realizes that his ramyeon delivery was opened by his neighbor and witnesses a woman holding the head of a dead cat in the apartment next door. He rushes into his apartment but is followed by his neighbor asking for help before turning into a "glutton" monster. Meanwhile, on the ground floor, residents cannot go out of the building which is on lockdown and one of them dies in the hands of a "vampire" monster.
2"Episode 2"Lee Eung-bok, Jang Young-woo & Park So-hyunHong So-ri, Kim Hyung-min & Park So-jungDecember 18, 2020 (2020-12-18)
Asleep and guarded by his upstairs neighbor Ji-soo, hikikomori Hyun-soo relives the last moments before his parents and sister's deaths in a car crash as well as their funeral where he blames them for not leaving him enough money to survive. Sang-wook kills the "glutton" monster. Ji-soo and Jae-heon encounter the "lotus root" monster. On the ground floor, conflicts start to arise between residents as they learn more about their situation and how people turn into monsters. Hyun-soo saves two orphan siblings (whose father was killed by the "eyeball" monster) and then is saved in return with the help of his disabled neighbor, Du-sik, but soon starts experiencing symptoms.
3"Episode 3"Lee Eung-bok, Jang Young-woo & Park So-hyunHong So-ri, Kim Hyung-min & Park So-jungDecember 18, 2020 (2020-12-18)
Hyun-Su encounters the monster side of him, who he tries to convince him to embrace the evil side of him. The "Protein" Monster manages to infiltrate the building and is currently chasing the orphans Kim Su-Yeong and Kim Yeong-Su. Getting cornered by the "protein" monster, Im Myung-Sook gets in the way and unexpectedly shifts into a monster and help to stop the monster. Hyun-Su escorts the children to Han Du-Sik, while Ji-Su attends to Im Myung-Sook who heals herself and revert back to human. Jae-Heon tricks the "protein" monster to fall off the building. Yi-Kung goes to the basement for trying to fix the building's electricity, only to be attacked by the "Tentacle" monster, a spider creature which webbed her to the ceiling. Meanwhile, the survivors on the ground floor watches the national broadcast and watched in horror as the president has turned into a monster, causing panic amongst the survivors. The next morning, the desperate mother Cha Jin-Ok opens the gate of the building and try to rescue her daughter. The soldier Lee Su-Ung rushes to save her, only for the "Vampire" monster to impale them both, killing them.
4"Episode 4"Lee Eung-bok, Jang Young-woo & Park So-hyunHong So-ri, Kim Hyung-min & Park So-jungDecember 18, 2020 (2020-12-18)
Yi-kung managed to escape from her bounds and escape from the 'tentacle' monster. An official government is announced to detail about the current incident to the survivors. Hyun-su, Jae-Heon, and Ji-Su decides to leave for the ground floor to check-up with the other survivors, while Du-Sik stays in his room with Myung-Sook and the children. Suddenly, something attacked Hyun-Su, making him free fall from the 9th floor to the ground. Moments later, he wakes and approached by Eun-Hyeok and Eun-Yu. Now that Hyun-su's monster identity is revealed, the survivors discuss whether or not Hyun-su to be kicked out. Eun-Hyeok suggests they hold a poll, but the convenient store owner Seok-Hyeon insists that Hyun-su must be kicked out. During the poll counts, to everyone surprise, the results is a tie, and Seok-Hyeon is furious. He suddenly have a nosebleeds, showing symptoms of turning into a monster. Thus, Hyun-su is allowed to vote, and have himself isolated along with Seok-Hyeon. Sang-wook catches up with Yoon-Jae and beats him again, leading Yoon-Jae to seek refuge with the isolated ones. Jae-Heon prevents Sang-wook for beating him even further. Meanwhile, back upstairs, Du-Sik discovers that Myung-Sook has turned into a monster, a fetus-like shape which heart still beats and hums a song. Du-Sik made a promise that should she turned into a monster, he would kill her - but he can't do it.
5"Episode 5"Lee Eung-bok, Jang Young-woo & Park So-hyunHong So-ri, Kim Hyung-min & Park So-jungDecember 18, 2020 (2020-12-18)
Eun-hyuk comes to Hyun-Su and asked him to retrieve Du-Sik upstairs, and said that priority is the old man rather than the children. Yi-kung dislikes the plan of using Hyun-Su to do dangerous tasks, although Eun-hyuk has his reasons, as well as showing her something that sparks her memory with her fiancé. Sang-wook has his own agenda of going upstairs, having secretly taken Yoon-Jae's key. In a burning hallway, Sang-Wook is suddenly snatched by the "Reach" monster, while Hyun-Su is attacked by the "Speed" monster. Luckily, the monster is scared by An Gil-Seob and Park Yu-Ri. They discovered that Sang-Wook is only knocked unconscious. As they retrieve him, through the diary beside the dead monster, it is revealed that the guy lost his son because he failed to saved him, and that he can't let go of the guilt so that he succumbs to the monster. As Sang-Wook recovers, he continues going upstairs and reached the locked room. Inside, he discovers the room to be a red room, finding photos of abused children - indicating that Yoon-Jae is a pedophile. Confronting Yoon-Jae downstairs, Sang-Wook goes all out on him and finally beats him to death. He takes his body outside and comes back with the body of Su-Ung and Jin-Ok's daughter. Although he wants to isolate himself outside, Jae-Heon takes him back inside. The survivors build a funeral for the dead residents. Yi-Kyung discovers that she is pregnant. Hyun-su keeps on doing dangerous tasks for Eun-Hyeok.
6"Episode 6"Lee Eung-bok, Jang Young-woo & Park So-hyunHong So-ri, Kim Hyung-min & Park So-jungDecember 18, 2020 (2020-12-18)
Through flashbacks, it is revealed that Sang-Wook's father was caught in a fire accident, in which Sang-Wook barely survives with burn marks. He murders Ki-Hyuk, a man responsible for the fire but escape trial prosecution. Years later, he was confronted by a father who begs him to rescue his daughter, in which he brought personal justice towards Yoon-Jae at present time. The survivors conduct a trial run in case of a monster attack, and they established rules around the building to prevent any more casualties. Later, they all witness Seok-Hyeon has finally turned into a monster. His wife Seon-Yeon lands the killing blow to end his life. Eun-Yu starts to have feelings for Hyun-Su, in which she makes a promise to him. Hyun-Su is tasked to try find a functional car so they can use it to drive outside the building. But, after waiting for minutes, the others try to rescue him. Eager to find out more about the situation, Yi-Kyung decides to leave for her fiancé's office to look for answers. She discovers that the government had been experimenting with people turning into monsters. Before she is about to leave, she is captured by the military.
7"Episode 7"Lee Eung-bok, Jang Young-woo & Park So-hyunHong So-ri, Kim Hyung-min & Park So-jungDecember 18, 2020 (2020-12-18)
While interrogated by the military, Yi-Kyung ended up revealing about Hyun-Su. Hearing about this, the military decides to let her go, in condition that she will report anything about Hyun-Su and leaves her with a tracker that will call the military to her location. The team tries to rescue Hyun-su from the basement and then arrives in time to save Mr. Han from the spider monster. Ji-soo is discovered to have appendicitis and needs surgery so he dispatch the team heads out to get surgery tools on top of food. It is also revealed that Hyun-su was bullied in school. Hyun-Su was trying to be a decent person, but things are not as he expected. Having fed up with everything, he tried to commit suicide by slicing his hands with a penknife. As soon as the dispatch team gets outside, their vehicle gets hit and turns upside down. The "Protein" monster is responsible for the attack.
8"Episode 8"Lee Eung-bok, Jang Young-woo & Park So-hyunHong So-ri, Kim Hyung-min & Park So-jungDecember 18, 2020 (2020-12-18)
Following an attack that leaves Ji-soo heavily injured, Eun-hyuk performs a surgery, even though he's unexperienced at the job. Outside, Gil-seob and Hyun-Su are cornered by the "Protein" monster. Gil-seop prepares to sacrifice himself to save Hyun-soo, but Yi-kyeong suddenly comes with a firetruck and rams the "Protein" monster to the wall, and later pushed it down the cliff for it to be impaled by metal rebars. Inside, the surgery proves to be a success, and Ji-soo wakes up and has a heart to heart with Jae-Heon, him promising to teach her how to use his sword. Sang-wook and Eun-yoo also have a heart to heart about love. However, it is short lived when he survivors discover someone who appears to be working with the military. With his walkie-talkie transmit signals before it got destroyed, Yi-Kyung orders for the help sign to be dropped down. After taking down the sign, Hyun-Su and Sang-Wook spots the infected security guard with a grass cutter comes, what seems to be bugs covering his entire face. Jae-heon loses one of his arms in the process of keeping the Security Guard Monster occupied while the others are too fearful of fighting it. Jae-Heon then sacrifices his own life to have Eun-hyuk throw a molotov cocktail, killing him along with the monster, much to everyone's shock and horror.
9"Episode 9"Lee Eung-bok, Jang Young-woo & Park So-hyunHong So-ri, Kim Hyung-min & Park So-jungDecember 18, 2020 (2020-12-18)
Ji-Su is devastated to learn that Jae-Heon died, and Seon-Yeon has shown signs of turning into a monster. The group is attacked by a group of outlaws, but luckily Yi-Kyung and Sang-Wook stay hidden from them. The mercenary group tortures the survivors, gathering them in the boundary circle, and shoots them if they crossed the line. They tells the story of how they encounter a chapel full of dead bodies, seemingly that the people in there killed each other, showing how humans can be scarier than monsters. Seon-Yeong appeared to have already succumbed to be a monster, in which Hyun-Su is forced to killed her. Through enough preparations, Yi-Kyung and Sang-Wook ambush the mercenaries, leading the survivors to overpower the guards. Yu-Ri is terrified at her action of self-defense ended up killing a person. Du-sik starts to show signs of nosebleeds, indicating that he is infected. At the rooftop, the team leader is about to kill Hyun-Su, when one of them suddenly kills him and throw him down. He later murders the rest of the team, sparing only one. He later introduces himself as Ui-myeong, revealing himself to be a monster just like Hyun-Su. He reveals that he is the sole survivor from the church, and only joining the mercenary team to disguise himself. Soon, the military send pamphlets that asked the survivors to report the infected to them so they will be granted safety. Ui-myeong asked Hyun-Su on which side he will be with, once the information on the pamphlet had been shared to the survivors.
10"Episode 10"Lee Eung-bok, Jang Young-woo & Park So-hyunHong So-ri, Kim Hyung-min & Park So-jungDecember 18, 2020 (2020-12-18)
As the elevator opens, Hyun-Su introduces Ui-myeong to the rest of the survivors and states that he is just like himself, which caused the group to stand down. Upon burning and killing the goo monster, Ui-myeong believes humans and monsters cannot coexist. When Sang-wook attempts to take Yu-ri outside after finding her having an asthma attack, he is stopped by Ui-myeong, who won't let them go knowing that they will be eliminated by the military during Operation Golden Hour, which would eliminate everyone and everything. Hyun-Su allows Sang-wook to leave but this causes Ui-myeong to open fire and kill two survivors, it is only after Hyun-Su turns into a monster that he is stopped. Du-Sik sacrifises himself to calm Hyun-Su down. In the other room, Gil-seob peacefully dies in his sleep and is buried. However, it reveals a secret tunnel. After the bodies are buried, winter arrives, as well as the military who say the survivors will be transferred to a safety camp as well as the infected should surrender. Hyun-Su goes to confront the military while the apartment building starts to collapse as a result of a surviving outlaw causing an explosion and Eun-hyeok is killed during the collapse just as his nose starts to bleed. The survivors make it above ground after entering the tunnels and are transferred to a safety camp. Yi-Kyung decides to join the military, and advises the survivors to stay alive. Hyun-Su wakes up in an armored vehicle after confronting the military and is greeted by Sang-wook, only to realize it is instead Ui-myeong, who has taken Sang-wook's form.

Production[edit]

Development[edit]

Director Lee Eung-bok "roughly" knew the ending of the Line Webtoon on which the series is based before the later released its last chapter in July 2020, though he decided to "differ a bit from the webtoon because [they're] showing on different platforms."[3]

The series spent most of its budget, with each episode costing $2.7 million.[4] Choreographer Kim Seol-jin and contortionist Troy James were chosen to record the monsters' movements through motion capture.[5]

Casting[edit]

Although filming had already started, Netflix officially announced the series' lineup on December 18, 2019, with Song Kang, Lee Jin-wook and Lee Si-young in lead roles, and Lee Do-hyun, Kim Nam-hee, Go Min-si, Park Gyu-young, Go Yoon-jung, Kim Kap-soo and Kim Sang-ho as part of the ensemble cast.[6][7]

Lee Eung-bok revealed that, during Song Kang's audition, the actor reminded him of Johnny Depp in Edward Scissorhands: "an image of someone who has a pure and innocent soul but is holding a spear in his hand."[5] The actor was recommended to Lee Eung-bok by the director of Netflix's Love Alarm which propelled him to fame in August 2019.[8] Lee Si-young's character does not appear in the original webtoon but the director "wanted to add a female character who can pull off really cool action scenes"; the actress being a former amateur boxer. She trained for six months prior to filming the series.[5] Park Gyu-young admitted that she did not have high hopes about being picked for the series but "as soon as [she] left the audition set, the director called [her] and said to leave with a script."[5]

Filming[edit]

Principal photography began in September 2019 and filming was completed in February 2020.[9] The set spread over 11,500 square meters where more than 90% of the series was filmed.[10][11]

Visual effects[edit]

Designers from Legacy Effects, VFX Studio Westworld and Spectral Motion, who worked on films such as the Avengers and Avatar as well as the television series Game of Thrones and Stranger Things, were recruited for Sweet Home.[12][10]

Release[edit]

On November 18, 2020, Netflix released a trailer for the series announcing that Sweet Home would premiere on December 18.[13]

Reception[edit]

Audience viewership[edit]

Sweet Home is the first South Korean series to enter Netflix Top 10 in the United States,[3] reaching the top 3.[14] Three days after its release, the series ranked one in eight regions and was within the Top 10 in forty-two regions.[15] The series was viewed by 22 million paid subscribers worldwide in the first four weeks of its release and appeared in the Netflix top 10 in more than 70 countries.[16]

The series drew attention among viewers for its portrayal of strong female characters.[17] The series was praised by viewers for its "high-quality visual effects" and "the deep human connections among the characters." However, many criticized the soundtrack which they believe did not fit with the story, as well as the lack of monsters in the latter episodes of the season. On this, director Lee Eung-bok said that "[he] know[s] some of the viewers were anticipating more gore, but [he] hope[s] they will understand why monsters were absent from some parts of our drama."[18]

Critical response[edit]

Kavya Christopher of The Times of India gave a rating of 4/5 and said, "One does not need to be a lover of the horror genre to enjoy this series, thanks to the many underlying plots of the various characters – both big and small. The action is superb, to say the least, and the drama is endearing at various levels."[19] Joel Keller of Decider said that "despite its flaws and a premise we’ve seen before, Sweet Home distinguishes itself by its setting and its monsters. We’ll see if the drama between the survivors will keep us watching."[20] Pierce Conran of South China Morning Post gave a rating of 3/5, saying that "despite a breathless opening episode and some grisly fun throughout, Sweet Home does not provide much of a story for viewers to get hooked on."[21] In another mixed review, Meagan Navarro of Bloody Disgusting said that "what sprints out of the gate and sets up an exciting creature-filled horror series quickly comes to a slow crawl zombie apocalypse that we’ve seen many times before. It just swaps out the zombies for monsters."[22]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  17. ^ Schwartz, William (December 20, 2020). ""Sweet Home" Draws Praise for Strong Female Characters". HanCinema. Retrieved December 22, 2020.
  18. ^ Lee, Jae-lim (December 23, 2020). "When it comes to gore, the 'Sweet Home' series proves more is more". Korea JoongAng Daily. Retrieved December 23, 2020.
  19. ^ Christopher, Kavya (January 7, 2021). "Sweet Home Season 1 Review: A gripping tale that leaves you wanting to devour more". The Times of India. Retrieved January 21, 2021.
  20. ^ Keller, Joel (December 18, 2020). "Stream It Or Skip It: 'Sweet Home' On Netflix, Where Residents Of A Grungy Apartment Building Hide From Bloodthirsty Monsters". Decider. Retrieved December 19, 2020.
  21. ^ Conran, Pierce (December 21, 2020). "K-drama review: Sweet Home – in Netflix horror show, monster fun makes up for a hokey story". South China Morning Post. Retrieved December 22, 2020.
  22. ^ Navarro, Meagan (December 21, 2020). "[Review] Netflix's "Sweet Home" Replaces Zombies with Monsters in Repetitive Apocalypse Tale". Bloody Disgusting. Retrieved December 22, 2020.

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