Get ready to delve into the captivating world of “Hierarchy,” an exciting upcoming teen K-drama series exclusively on Netflix. Written by the talented Bae Hyun Jin and skillfully directed by Choo Hye Mi, this South Korean Netflix Original promises to captivate audiences with its thrilling storyline and engaging characters. With Studio Dragon at the helm of production, known for their hit K-dramas like “Crash Landing on You” and “Vincenzo,” “Hierarchy” will deliver a gripping and unforgettable viewing experience. Here is everything we know about the upcoming series.
Hierarchy Season 1 Release Date: When Will it Premiere?
As of June, Netflix has not specified a specific release date for the upcoming show. We are still a few months away from any official announcement regarding the release date of the streaming service. However, the series is anticipated to be available in the first half of 2024. Filming for the show commenced in early June 2023 and is set to conclude in mid-September 2023. It is important to note that filming dates are subject to change, and if the production extends beyond the expected timeframe, the series might be released towards the end of 2024.
Hierarchy Season 1 Plot: What’s it About?
Set in the prestigious Jusin High School, known for catering to the elite children of the top 0.01% of conglomerate families, the story of Hierarchy unfolds with the arrival of Kang Ha, a transfer student. As Kang Ha enters this world, a web of love, friendship, revenge, and compassion unravels. The stark contrast between the privileged students and Kang Ha, who comes from a different background, creates tension and conflict within the school’s social Hierarchy.
Through the intertwining lives of the characters, Hierarchy explores themes of the class divide, personal growth, and the complexities of human relationships in an environment where power and influence reign supreme.
Hierarchy Season 1 Cast: Who Will Be In?
The cast of Hierarchy includes five talented actors in leading roles. Roh Jeong Eui portrays Jeong Jae Yi, known for her previous work in Our Beloved Summer and popular K-dramas like Kill It and Dear Me. Lee Chae Min takes on the role of Kang Ha, having appeared in See You in My 19th Life and Netflix series such as Crash Course in Romance and Alchemy of Souls season 2. Kim Jae Won, seen in King the Land and Our Blues, joins as Kim Ryan.
Ji Hye Won, known for The Sound of Magic and It’s Okay Not to Be Okay, makes her first leading role debut. Lee Won Jung, recognized for Extraordinary Attorney Woo and The World of My 17th, plays Lee Won Jung. Kim Tae Jung is also confirmed as Choi Yoon Seok in a supporting role.
Hierarchy Season 1 Trailer: When Can We Watch It?
The trailer for Hierarchy has not been released yet, and there is currently no specific information about when it will be available. Given that the series is scheduled to end in mid-September, the perfect time for the trailer release would likely be either before the year ends or sometime in 2024. In the meantime, viewers can enjoy several other K-drama series. Some suggestions include “Crash Landing on You,” “Itaewon Class,” “Vincenzo,” and “Start-Up.” These captivating dramas offer compelling storylines and talented casts, providing entertainment while waiting for the trailer of Hierarchy.