The second season of Netflix’s Single’s Inferno (솔로지옥 시즌2) might have redeemed itself a bit at the end. But if there’s more to come on the island of Inferno, there’s no doubt the show will need some tweaking to keep the format as engaging as it can be.
Netflix’s very own Korean dating show returned last month and I was finally able to catch up on the first six episodes. Season 2 of last year’s surprise hit Single’s Inferno (솔로지옥) introduced the new group of sexy singles. And it’s been another fun, juicy ride so far. But at the same time, there’s been some interesting cracks in the glossy façade of the series.
Single’s Inferno (솔로지옥) blends together everything a K-drama watcher loves about K-dramas and everything a reality dating show fan loves about reality dating shows. Beautiful people. Beautiful scenery. Juicy intrigue and heart-fluttering moments rivaling any romantic Korean drama. And just the right amount of reality competition to tie it all together.