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The Recruit Season 2 – South Korean actor Teo Yoo adds the CIA thriller in his list by joining as a main cast

Critics hail Teo Yoo's magnetic performance in Past Lives, marking a stunning Hollywood feature debut with Greta Lee

The Recruit Season 2 – South Korean actor Teo Yoo adds the CIA thriller in his list by joining as a main cast

Teo Yoo, Stills from Past Lives

Last Updated: 12.21 AM, Dec 20, 2023


South Korean actor Teo Yoo, who made quite an impact on audiences with K-dramas like – Vertigo, Chocolate, Arthdal Chronicles, Money Game, Love to Hate You, made his Hollywood feature debut with Past Lives this year. The romantic-drama made its World Premiere at the 28th Busan International Film Festival. Past Lives won Audience Award at the 10th edition of Sundance Film Festival 2023.

Past Lives story

Ripped apart by oceans and years, childhood soulmates Nora (Greta Lee) and Hae Sung (Teo Yoo) find themselves on a collision course of destiny when circumstances throw them together for a fleeting week. Love, choices, and the weight of a life lived apart hang in the balance as they confront the echoes of the past and the yearning for what could have been.

Including various other accolades, Past Lives has also received five nominations for 81st Golden Globe Awards.

Teo Yoo gets roped in for The Recruit Season 2

However, after such huge success in Hollywood, Teo Yoo has been roped in for another Hollywood venture – The Recruit Season 2. Although the streaming giant did not reveal the name, he will be playing a highly skilled Korean NIS agent in the Netflix series.

About the Season 1

The Recruit Season 1 followed former CIA lawyer and executive producer Adam Ciralsky pulls back the curtain on his new spy series, where a rookie lawyer stumbles into a high-stakes world of espionage and secrets. Experience the thrill of the chase and the weight of betrayal firsthand as you explore the series with Ciralsky himself.

About Season 2

The Season 2 delves deeper into the psyche of Noah Centineo's Owen Hendricks, a man grappling with ambition and a past that casts long shadows. His thrust into the heart of a South Korean espionage, but his greatest battle may be against the demons within the agency that threaten to consume him.

Release date

The Recruit Season 2 is still on top secret, even Netflix has not spilled the beans about the trailer or release date.

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