2,085 votes


Netflix 2019

In this zombie thriller set in Korea's medieval Joseon dynasty which has been defeated by corruption and famine, a mysterious rumor of the king’s death spreads, as does a strange plague that renders the infected immune to death and hungry for flesh. The crown prince, fallen victim to a conspiracy, sets out on a journey to unveil the evil scheme and save his people.

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The 10 Best Episodes of Kingdom

Kingdom - S2E6

#1 - Episode 6


Season 2 - Episode 6

With the palace painted red with blood, Prince Chang is forced to pursue a risky strategy. Seo-bi takes the baby and hides.

The episode was rated from 393 votes.

Kingdom - S2E5

#2 - Episode 5


Season 2 - Episode 5

To save innocent lives, Prince Chang and his men take over Hanyang. The queen determines that if she can't have the throne, no one can.

The episode was rated from 374 votes.

Kingdom - S2E2

#3 - Episode 2


Season 2 - Episode 2

After Prince Chang breaks into Mungyeong Saejae, a nightmare unfolds. Officials search the queen's home, suspecting she is hiding something.

The episode was rated from 403 votes.

Kingdom - S1E6

#4 - Episode 6


Season 1 - Episode 6

Cho Hak-ju has chilling words for the queen, who’s hiding a sinister secret. Prince Chang orders Sangju’s defenses, but Seo-bi senses something awry.

The episode was rated from 514 votes.

Kingdom - S2E3

#5 - Episode 3


Season 2 - Episode 3

When Cho Hak-ju is taken from his custody, Prince Chang goes after him. Seo-bi looks for a way to treat the disease. The queen awaits her prince.

The episode was rated from 399 votes.

Kingdom - S2E1

#6 - Episode 1


Season 2 - Episode 1

An unexpected setback in Sangju poses new problems for Prince Chang and the others. Seo-bi and Cho Beom-pal seek safety with Cho Hak-ju.

The episode was rated from 424 votes.

Kingdom - S1E5

#7 - Episode 5


Season 1 - Episode 5

Prince Chang’s group comes across a village that oddly seems to be well-fed. While taking refuge at Lord Ahn Hyeon’s, Seo-bi notes something peculiar.

The episode was rated from 518 votes.

Kingdom - S2E4

#8 - Episode 4


Season 2 - Episode 4

Seo-bi shares a critical discovery with Prince Chang, who has a favor to ask of her. Cho Hak-ju visits the queen and demands she tell him the truth.

The episode was rated from 379 votes.

Kingdom - S1E3

#9 - Episode 3


Season 1 - Episode 3

Night leads to chaos in Dongnae. Cho Hak-ju and the queen oversee the king’s care. Prince Chang reaches a disquieting conclusion and vows to fight back.

The episode was rated from 542 votes.

Kingdom - S1E4

#10 - Episode 4


Season 1 - Episode 4

On his way to seek Lord Ahn Hyeon’s help, Prince Chang encounters a group of stranded survivors and leads them to Jiyulheon, following Seo-bi’s advice.

The episode was rated from 521 votes.

Kingdom - S1E2
#11 - Episode 2
Season 1 - Episode 2

Prince Chang and Mu-yeong arrive at Jiyulheon, where they make a horrific discovery. Seo-bi’s story of what she saw eerily resonates with Prince Chang.

The episode was rated from 616 votes.
Kingdom - S1E1
#12 - Episode 1
Season 1 - Episode 1

Officials find notices in Hanyang alleging the king is dead. Crown Prince Lee Chang tries to check on his father, but the young queen stands in his way.

The episode was rated from 732 votes.

Last updated: jun 24, 2022





This is a show that proves there's still life in zombies (pardon the pun). _Kingdom_ proudly wears the horror badge, and it's undoubtedly deserved. In a time where the genre got stale and is plagued with jump scares, this little Korean gem manages to get under your skin and make you afraid to turn off the lights. I lost all my fingernails watching this... It you're into horror, this is a must watch!


Really enjoyed this one. Being a period drama is what lured me in, and I don't wish to call it a zombie series nor compare it to TWD. The show is more than just a plagued medieval country and the fight against the diseased. Looking forward to the next season.


Game of Thrones in Korean way


This show has everything. The scenography is awesome! I believe the cultural aspects are respected too, though i am not an expert at all, just a feeling. Most importantly: THE PLOT. Is not some sort of shitty plot like: there's zombies, let's do stuff (yeah TWD). The plot is consistent, there are zombies and there is a reason, also their strenghts/weaknesses are defined, and we discover them with the characters. Is not 100% clear yet, but there is a sense of progress of the plot, not just a repetition of the same stupid mistakes and dumb characters. Every character here has his own story and personality and as of now, you'll be surprised, IT MAKES SENSE. This show literally saved the zombie genre! Must watch.


I'm not really a fan of the zombie genre and for me to say this it's because it truly amazed me Kingdom is by far the best series of the genre


I fell in love with the show, weak start with amazing finish.


A series between 'The Walking Dead' and 'Game of Thrones'. I totally recommend it!


KINGDOM (2013) REVIEW #thecall #thecallreview #halleberry . . . :scroll: Plot: While strange rumors about their ill King grip a kingdom, the crown prince becomes their only hope against a mysterious plague overtaking the land. . . . :man:‍⚖ Review : If you love zombies and are on the hunt for something fresh, you cannot go wrong with Kingdom. Kingdom is a Netflix Original South Korean horror series written by Kim Eun-hee. The series is based on the book Land of the Gods, which was also written by Kim Eun-hee. First arriving in 2019, the horror series has since become one of the most popular non-English titles available to stream on Netflix. Beautifully presented and dripping in Asian culture, zombie action-thriller Kingdom is quite the thrill ride. With a exceptional screenplay and beautiful production value this show has all the indegrients for an engrossing binge watch. The zombies are appropriately inexorable, and resemble Train to Busan in terms of falling over themselves while chasing the living. These are not sluggish walkers of The Walking Dead. The visual style is unique, and makeup effects are also good. The gore looks pretty much real, and there is oodles of it here. Season 1: Split across six hour-long episodes, Kingdom effortlessly blends political drama with a thrilling action plot, full of beautifully shot set pieces. Brutal action sequences, engaging drama and horrifying zombies make this show a must watch. Brilliant Direction and Extraordinary Performances by the Cast makes it extremely worth your time. Season 2: Season 2 raises the bar more and is bigger and better. Proves the mettle of Korean storytelling in this genre. . . :thumbsup:Goods : 1. Brilliant Production Value 2. Rich in Thrills and Horrors 3. Outstanding Performances 4. Extremely Engaging Mysteries . . . :fire: Final Rating : S01 - 8m5 and S02 9/10 . . :white_check_mark: Verdict : Just Watch This Now. . . - Follow in Instagram for More : @RiteshReviews


A beautiful collaboration between Netflix and South Korea's film industry! I love the idea to have the zombie's topic sent in the 16th century and mixed with political drama! I love it and I hope to see the 3rd season soon!


I loved the show. It popped up on my recommendations screen and instantly had me hooked. What I didn't know was that I'd be much more than hooked with this show: **I love it**. I am not a huge fan of gore and zombies but after watching this, I am rethinking my preferences. The fantastic graphics and props added to the terribly mind-blowing acting and made it an awesome combo! Still I regret watching it all in a day because now I'll have to wait ~~a year~~ for the next season. Never mind, anything for preference and quality shows :pleading_face::wink:


**This show did remind and gave me some GOT's vibe :smirk::** 1) the zombies (white walkers) :zombie: 2) zombies that only came during cold temperature (winter is coming) :cold_face: 3) the Haewon Cho clan (the Lannister) 4) the crown prince (Jon Snow) its enjoyable :love_you_gesture:


Refreshing take on the zombie-genre that, unlike other zombie shows, retains the tension and dread for the full season. There's little to no interpersonal drama in this show and the drama there is is more political intrigue than anything else. The stakes are high from the first moment and what is used as shock in western zombie flicks and series is simply something that happens here... and that makes it all the more shocking. Can't wait for season 2 as the plot-twist at the end is sure to allow for interesting storylines.


I had low expectations of this series but I wanted to give it a chance, I have not regretted it. Story told in great detail, excellently acted and the setting is simply extraordinary. It made me reevaluate this genre.

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