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Fan favorites Ji-yeon and Moon Se-hoon may return for Netflix’s ‘Singles Inferno’ Season 2

  • A trailer released during Netflix’s TUDUM fan event over the weekend showed that “Singles Inferno” Season 2 will surely heat up screens once again.

  • The teaser gave fans a glimpse of fan favorites Ji-yeon and Moon Se-hoon making a possible comeback to the reality show during its second season.

  • The first season of “Singles Inferno” featured attractive single men and women who are forced to live on a deserted island together and hopefully end up with their match by the end of the show.

  • “Singles Inferno” sparked outrage online over some of the cast members’ shallow beauty standards.

  • Season 2 will have new contestants and more episodes.

A trailer released during Netflix’s TUDUM fan event over the weekend showed that “Singles Inferno” Season 2 will surely heat up screens once again.

The teaser gave fans a glimpse of fan favorites Ji-yeon and Moon Se-hoon making a possible comeback to the Korean reality show during its second season.

The first season of “Singles Inferno” featured attractive single men and women who are forced to live on a deserted island together and hopefully end up with their match by the end of the contest.

While it reached Netflix’s global Top 10 most-watched shows list — the first Korean reality series to do so — “Singles Inferno” sparked outrage online over some of the cast members’ shallow beauty standards.

“Watching #SinglesInferno and their obsession with ‘pure white’ skin is a bit unsettling,” one Twitter user wrote.

“I’m also side eyeing the guy who said he likes Ji-yeon because her skin is so white and pure,” another commenter shared.

The release date for “Singles Inferno” Season 2 has not been revealed yet, but it will have new contestants and more episodes.

Featured Image via Netflix

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