Korean entertainment is reaching heights with its diverse genre of movies, series, and reality shows. K-world has been able to keep viewers on their toes with its excellent plots. Bargain Season 1 is one of the thriller gems the Korean industry has in its store. The story revolves around a natural disaster and how people manage to survive through that tragedy.
Bargain Season 1 is a six-part show which is directed by Jun Woo-sung. The show focuses on how different people come together to survive a tragic incident and also how to come out of it. Bargain is the remake of a short movie of the same name, which was directed by Lee Chung Hyun in 2015.
Bargain is a fourteen-minute-long movie starring Lee Joo Young and Park Hyung Soo in the main role and Jung Min Seok and Lee Sang Hoon in the support role and guest roles, respectively. Jun Woo-sung was Lee Chung Hyun’s direction team who made the movie into a six-part show. In this article, we will talk about all we know about Bargain Season 1. When Season 1 of Bargain will be released, it’s cast, trailer, where to watch it, and also what to expect from it. Read the article below to learn more about Bargain Season 1.
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Bargain Season 1 Release Date
Bargain Season 1 is a thriller six-part show which was directed by Jun Woo-sung. It is an adaption of a movie of the same name, which was directed by Lee Sang Hoon. The show premiered on TVING service in Korea in 2022, and its first three episodes ‘Ransom,’ ‘The Detective’s Kidney,’ and ‘7 Billion’ were aired on 28th October 2022. The remaining three ‘Panic Room’, ‘Guns, Money, Lies, and ‘Zero Sun’ were aired on 4 November 2022. Season 1 of Bargain will air on October 5, 2023. Continue scrolling to know where the show will be aired.
Bargain Season 1 Expected Plot
Lee Sang Hoon directed Bargain Season 1, a thriller show that was aired on 28 October 2022 in Korea and is set to be released on 5 October 2023. The story talks about how an organ trafficking racket and its victim are trapped together in a building due to an earthquake.
No Hyung Soo visits a brothel to pay a visit to Park Joon Young. Unknown to No Hyung Soo, the brothel is an organ trafficking hub, and a surprise is waiting for him. Soon, he found himself surrounded by a bunch of people who were interested in buying his organs.
An auction is conducted for No Hyung Soo’s body parts and the moment his kidney is bought by Geuk Ryul the earthquake occurs putting a full stop to their inhuman practices. Now, they all have to survive this tragedy together and also try to figure a way out of the situation together.
Bargain Season 1 Cast
Season 1 of Bargain talks about how organ traffickers and their victims are stuck in a building together due to an earthquake, and now they have to find a way to survive this tragic disaster together.
The role of Park Joo Young has been portrayed by Jeon Jong Seo, who is also known as Rachel Jun. She is known for her acting in Money Heist: Korea- Joint Economic Area, where she played the role of Tokyo. Jin Seon Kyu, who’s known for playing Wei Chengluo in The Outlaws, played the role of No Hyung Soo in the show.
Shin Jae Hiwi, Kang Gil Woo, Chang Ryul, and Hyung Soo Park are portrayed as Chang Sun, Mr. Min, Guk Ryeol, and Hee Sok, respectively. Apart from these, Lee Joo Young, Shin Hee Chul, Shin Mi Young, Ji Hoon Ryu, Moon Jin Seung, Jo Ah Yang, and Jo Han Joon were also seen in the show.
Bargain Season 1 Trailer
Bargain Season 1 is a South Korean thriller six-part show which is directed by Lee Sang Hoon. In the show, No Hyung Soo visits a motel that is poised as an organ trafficking hub. The show is set to air on 5th October 2023, and the creators of the show have already released the trailer of the show. If you still haven’t watched the trailer or you couldn’t find it online, then you can watch it above.
Where to Watch Bargain Season 1?
Season 1 of the South Korean thriller show Bargain is all set to be released on 5 October 2023 on Paramount+. The show talks about how organ traffickers and the victim are forced to survive an earthquake together. The viewers can enjoy this thrilling show from 5th October on Paramount+.