My Name Season 2: Is It Officially Renewed? Everything You Need To Know!

my name season 2
my name season 2

‘My Name’ Following the death of his father, a gang member, a young man named Yoon Ji-woo became involved in a criminal enterprise under the watchful eye of his father’s drug addict. At the king’s request, he becomes a corrupt police officer to aid the mafia organization.

Although Ji-woo is blinded by the fire of vengeance, the truth frequently escapes his eyes, and he becomes an actor in a psychic game. Netflix’s first noir received a fantastic response following its release, thanks to its detailed characters, intricate arcs, and distinct viewing style.
Furthermore, the star impersonating famous k-drama star So-hee Han conveys the message. You can also inquire about the follow-up season after the bloodshed of the final season of the first installment of the show. Learn more about My Name Season 2 now.

My Name Season 2 Release Date

We can’t give you an official release date for season 2 because the Korean series hasn’t been renewed. However, our best guess is that the show’s second season will premiere on Netflix in the fall of 2019.

Because Netflix usually releases new seasons of its originals once a year, a fall 10 October 2022 season 2 release date appears to be the most likely. So keep an eye out for more information on My Name season 2 as it becomes available! For the time being, however, you can watch My Name on Netflix.

My Name Season 2 Plot

With Yoon Ji Woo finally, exacting vengeance on the man responsible for her father’s death, the series’ second season direction is difficult to predict.

Ji Woo has already accepted her father’s role in the mob as an undercover cop, and she is fully aware of the sacrifices her father made to bring down the Dongcheon gang. Unfortunately, the person she grew closest to, Detective Jeon Pil Do, was assassinated, but this narrative arc was also concluded when Ji Wo assassinated Mujin, the leader of the Dongcheon gang and her life’s puppet master.

If a second season is made, the series could go in a number of different directions. She may go undercover to bring down a crime ring in another region of South Korea, following in her father’s footsteps.

Yoon Ji Woo, a member of an organized crime ring, infiltrates the police force as an undercover agent to learn the truth about her father’s murder.

Ji Woo is recruited as a police informant. Ji Woo may be reinstated into the police force and assigned to the narcotics squad with the help of Cha Gi Ho.

We’d already seen Dongcheon and its connections to a Japanese organized crime group, but Dongcheon’s demise has created a power vacuum that’s ideal for the emergence of ambitious new crime rings.

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My Name Season 2 Cast

Han So’s performance as the fearsome Yoon Ji-woo, who joined forces with the motley crew of Dongcheng and went undercover in the department to avenge her father’s death, has proven to be yet another significant success for her.

Netflix is likely to want So-hee to return for a second season due to her popularity on the South Korean television series “The World of the Married and Nonetheless.”

Season two of My Name could see Ahn Bo-Hyun and Kim Sang-ho reprise their roles as Jeon Pil-do and Cha Gi-ho, two key figures in the Inchang Metropolitan Police Agency’s narcotics unit.
After how the first installment ended, it’s unlikely that we’ll see more of Park Hee-crime Soon’s boss Choi Mu-jin, but he could appear in flashbacks. In the first season of My Name, Lee Hak-Joo plays a henchman. Chang Ryul plays Dongcheng’s former goon Do Gang-Jae, and Yoon Kyung-ho plays Ji-father woo’s Yoon Dong-hoon.

About the Previous Season

My Name is a gritty action series centered on Yoon Ji-Woo, a teen who sets out to take down Korea’s corrupt police force and a powerful drug ring after her gangster father is murdered in front of her. She infiltrates both underworld organizations and law enforcement with a single goal in mind: to find and kill the man who killed her father. It’s a tightrope act, and Ji-woo eventually betrays both sides throughout her mission — and gets severely beaten up in the process.

My Name Season 2 Trailer

My Name has no trailer because it has not yet been revived for a season 2. If Netflix decides to release more episodes, they may post a confirmation video on their YouTube channel.

HImansh is a freelance writer and editor specializing in Public Relations, Culture, Politics and the intersection between them. He's a St.Xavier's College Graduate who has a degree in Public Relations. He's currently based in Chandigarh, India Word from Himansh: “If I was down to my last dollar, I would spend it on public relations.”