Narco-Saints continues the legacy of Narcos. The Crime Thriller that brought back Pablo Escobar to psyche of the new generation.
The Original Narcos lasted three Seasons and it made a star out of Pedro Pascal and Wagner Moura too. Besides that show, there is Narcos: Mexico. That spin off tackles the story about the Drug Cartel of Mexico and that show concluded in 2021. Unlike the previous serials,Narco-Saints is here to will be mostly in Korean instead of Spanish. Let’s see if it will be successful enough to have a trilogy of Seasons too.
Jo Bong-haeng, who was renamed Jeon Yo-hwan on the show, was the mastermind behind the many drug cartels that operated in Suriname. These cartels were led by Jo Bong-haeng. This man wields considerable power in Suriname as a result of his influence. Some of the characters in the story had their names changed.
He gets to have a member of the National Intelligence Service falsely accused of committing a crime.
It was filmed during the Covid 19 Pandemic and filming in Suriname is impossible so it got filmed in the Dominican Republic instead.
Fans of Squid Game will be seeing a familiar face. Park Hae-soo who played the role of Cho Sang-woo books the role of Choi Chang-ho who will be a major character in the story.
Narco-Saints official trailer
Kang In-gu (Ha Jung-woo) is a Korean Businessman who is a civilian. Against his will, He will be cooperating with the National Intelligence Service because they needed a Korean national to entrap the mastermind. He will have to go through a dangerous path in able for him to do the task ordered for him. the mission is to cause the arrest of the South Korean national who controls the drug cartels of South America. Narco-Saints is coming to Netflix this September 9 2022.