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Netflix’s Trailer for ‘Goodbye Earth’ Explores Life Amidst the Countdown to Doomsday

by Talia M.
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The highly anticipated Netflix Korean series, “Goodbye Earth,” premieres on April 26th and takes viewers on a dramatic journey into a world on the verge of extinction. Set against the backdrop of a coming asteroid attack, the series delves into how civilization deals with the impending disaster, portraying a striking image of chaos and survival.

As the once-peaceful metropolis of Woongcheon reels from the frightening emergency siren alerting to the asteroid threat, anarchy unfolds. With the Korean peninsula designated as a danger zone, protests erupt, crime rates skyrocket, and impersonators exploit the hysteria by impersonating troops.

The series covers three main people whose lives cross during the crisis. Se-kyung (played by Ahn Eun-jin), a middle school teacher, works relentlessly to safeguard vulnerable students from the city’s lawlessness, despite the tragic truth that their futures are cut short.

Sung-jae (portrayed by Jeon Seong-woo), a priest, becomes a beacon of solace, offering comfort and guidance to his shaken community in their darkest hour. Meanwhile, In-a (played by Kim Yoon-hye), a battalion commander, assumes the daunting task of maintaining order and safety, striving to preserve peace amidst the chaos.

“Goodbye Earth” is adapted from the acclaimed novel by Japanese author Kotaro Isaka, renowned for his incisive social commentary. Directed by Kim Jin-min (“Extracurricular,” “My Name”) and written by Jeong Seong-joo (“Secret Affair,” “Heard It Through the Grapevine”), the series promises a nuanced exploration of human nature in the face of imminent catastrophe.


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