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Netflix releases trailer for ‘hotter and more exciting’ ‘Singles Inferno 2’

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  • On Tuesday, Netflix released the official trailer for Season 2 of its hit South Korean dating show “Single’s Inferno.”
  • The reality show follows a group of single men and women who are trapped on a deserted island in South Korea as they try to find their match and escape the island.
  • “Single’s Inferno 2” will premiere on Netflix on Dec. 13 with an all-new cast and drama that the streaming platform promises to be “hotter and more exciting.”

Netflix released the official trailer for Season 2 of its hit South Korean dating show “Single’s Inferno” on Tuesday.

The reality show, which features a group of single men and women who are trapped on a deserted island in South Korea, has hooked audiences globally since the first episodes of its first season were released in December last year. 

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

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  • 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.

‘Single’s Inferno’ star Choi Si-hun cast in upcoming boy love drama ‘New Employee’

  • South Korean Netflix “Singles’ Inferno” reality star Choi Si-hun has reportedly been cast in the upcoming Boy Love (BL) drama “New Employee.”
  • The new series is set to premiere exclusively on the streaming platform “Watcha,” best known for producing the hit BL series “Semantic Error.”
  • “New Employee,” based off of a 2016 web comic of the same name. tells the romance story of workaholic advertising agency department head Jong-chan and a company intern named Seung-hyun.
  • According to an exclusive released by the South Korean news outlet Hankook Ilbo on June 30, Choi is set to play the role of college senior Yoo Sung, Seung-hyun’s first love.
  • The webtoon version gained widespread popularity for its “realistic” depiction of a workplace love story.

Netflix “Singles’ Inferno” reality star Choi Si Hun has been cast in the upcoming boy love (BL) drama “New Employee.”

The new series is set to premiere exclusively on the streaming platform “Watcha,” best known for producing the hit BL series “Semantic Error.”

‘Single’s Inferno’ star returns to YouTube months after fake designer clothing scandal

  • South Korean influencer Song Ji-a returned to YouTube five months after taking a break from social media.
  • Song, 25, was embroiled in a scandal after several internet sleuths discovered she was wearing fake designer clothing on Netflix’s “Single’s Inferno,” a South Korean dating show that has contestants search for a partner while stranded on an island called “Inferno.”
  • “I missed the chitchats I had with you, where we’d share too much information about ourselves and such... I wanted to go back into the KakaoTalk chat room with you, but I couldn’t because I didn’t have the courage to,” Song says in her nearly 10-minute YouTube vlog.
  • The “Single’s Inferno” star first returned to social media in early June with a post on Instagram. In the post, she thanked her fans, whom she referred to as “Pringies,” for their “concern and support,” and she also relayed she is “in good health.”

South Korean influencer and “Single’s Inferno” star Song Ji-a has returned to YouTube after a months-long break from social media following January’s fake designer clothing scandal.

Song, also known as Freezia, returned to social media earlier this month with a post on Instagram. In the post, she thanked her fans, whom she referred to as “Pringies,” for their “concern and support,” and she also relayed that she is “in good health.”

Netflix confirms ‘Singles Inferno’ will return in ‘hotter and sexier’ Season 2

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  • Netflix officially announced the second season of “Singles Inferno” on Tuesday.
  • Season 2 will follow the formula of the show’s first season, where a group of men and women living together on a deserted island must find a partner to experience a day of luxury.
  • “Those who become a couple can move to ‘HEAVEN Island’ for a day, where high-quality food and accommodations are provided, while those who fail to become a couple must spend their days self-sufficient in ‘Hell Island,’” Netflix said in a press release.
  • The cast list and release date of Season 2 have yet to be revealed.

Netflix has announced that a “hotter and sexier” second season of its hit South Korean dating show “Singles Inferno” is on the way.

In an announcement on Tuesday, Netflix officially confirmed that “Singles Inferno” will return with a new set of castaways who must compete on a deserted island to find a partner while trying to survive.

Fans show support for ‘Single’s Inferno’ star Ji-a on TikTok with trend showing off fake designer products

  • “Single’s Inferno” star Song Ji-a came under fire this month after netizens found that many of the designer items she wore on the show and were made out to be authentic were in fact not. 
  • Fans on TikTok have shown their support for her in a trend that has them sharing some of their own fake products. 

Song Ji-a, an influencer who recently starred in the Netflix hit Korean reality show “Single’s Inferno,” posted an apology online following backlash she received for toting around counterfeit designer goods; however on TikTok, it seems that fans have stuck by her side in a trend that has them showing off their own fake products in response to her “cancellation.” 

TikToker @milktea.meg posted a video last week showcasing a pair of her fake designer boots that would have been originally priced at over $500 if genuine. 

‘Single’s Inferno’ star Song Ji-a (Free Zia) apologizes for wearing fake designer clothing on the show

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  • “Single's Inferno” star Song Ji-a faced criticism after online sleuths pointed out that the luxury clothes she wore on the show were fake.
  • On Monday, the 25-year-old influencer uploaded an apology video to YouTube, saying she should have been “more careful and thoughtful.”
  • “I am sorry to cause concern to so many people,” Song said. “I admit to the controversy of using fake luxury goods, and I acknowledge that everything is all my fault."
  • Song shared that she plans to set her channel to private and take some time off to self-reflect.

“Single’s Inferno” star Song Ji-a, also known as the influencer Free Zia, uploaded a video addressing the controversy surrounding the counterfeit luxury brands she wore on the popular Netflix series.

Song, who often wore high-end labels such as Chanel and Dior on the show, was heavily criticized after online sleuths pieced together that some of the items she wore were not authentic, reported Korea JoongAng Daily.

‘Single’s Inferno’ season finale: Who ended up together and who ended up going home alone

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  • The first season of “Single’s Inferno” wrapped over the weekend with two final episodes.
  • The hit series’ finale showed four new couples leaving Inferno Island together and four participants going home without partners.
  • Currently, some of the couples’ social media appear to hint that their relationships may still be intact while other couples’ online activity seem to suggest splits.

Warning: The following contains spoilers about the “Single’s Inferno” season finale.

The first season of “Single’s Inferno” wrapped up over the weekend with four new couples leaving the Inferno Island together and four participants going home without partners. 

What to expect from ‘Single’s Inferno’ as it heads into its fiery finale

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  • The final “Single's Inferno” episodes of the season will be released this Saturday on Netflix.
  • Although the reality show is branded as a competition, it is unknown if there are any final grand prizes at stake.

Netflix’s South Korean competitive reality dating show “Single’s Inferno” is sizzling up as it nears its finale, expected to air this weekend.

Warning: Spoilers ahead for those who are not caught up on the show.

Meet Seong Min-ji, the social media influencer looking for men with ‘pretty noses’ on ‘Single’s Inferno’

  • Seong Min-ji joined the cast of Netflix’s “Single’s Inferno” in the show’s fifth episode, along with new contestants Kim Su-min and Cha Hyun-seung.
  • Seong is a social media influencer and freelance model who has worked with both cosmetic and wedding dress brands.
  • Attracted to men “with pretty noses,” Seong is looking for someone with “hobbies and tastes similar to hers.“

A social media influencer who dabbles with modeling in her free time recently joined the popular South Korean dating show “Single’s Inferno” as one of its newest contestants.

Seong Min-Ji, 24, was introduced in the fifth episode of the hit Netflix reality series, alongside newcomers Kim Su-min and Cha Hyun-Seung.

‘Single’s Inferno’ newcomer: ‘Too good-looking’ K-pop dancer Cha Hyun-seung shakes things up

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  • Cha Hyun-seung, a famous backup dancer for K-pop superstar Sunmi, joined the cast of Netflix’s “Single’s Inferno” in the show’s fifth episode, along with new contestants Kim Su-min and Seong Min-ji.
  • Among the newcomers, Cha appears to have made the biggest impact due to his online following prior to joining the show.
  • Contestant and fan favorite Song Ji-a has expressed interest in the dancer.

A newcomer to the popular South Korean dating show “Single’s Inferno” is capturing the hearts of both fans and female contestants.

Cha Hyun-seung, a 31-year-old performer who is already known in South Korea as a social media influencer and backup dancer for K-pop superstar Sunmi, was one of the three cast members who were introduced in the fifth episode of the hit Netflix reality series.