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“Arthdal Chronicles” To Premiere Its Much-Awaited Concluding Part After “Hotel Del Luna”

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The last installment of Arthdal Chronicles is set on September 7.

Picking up on the cliff-hanging events from the second part of its series, Arthdal Chronicles promises an explosive windup when the third part of the series begins next month.

Quick Arthdal Chronicles Highlights

Divided in three parts, Arthdal Chronicles trudges on the story in the land of Arth, a civilization set in the backdrop of Bronze Age. Forged by tribes, the kingdom is reigned by leaders of tribes, who mutual detest each other in secret. When the kingdom’s elite army brought in an isolated tribe, a war eventually broke out as the leaders contend to achieve the kingdom’s highest power.

For its first arc, the introduction of the series take the viewers to understand the warring tribes and ambitious ploys of their leaders to achieve the highest seat of power in the land of Arth.

The second part shed light to the connection of the main characters that will bring about the destruction of a civilization due to betrayals and factions among its leaders.

Arthdal Chronicles

In the released main poster, the lead characters are officially presented. Song Joong Ki as Eunseom and Kim Ji Won as Tanya are deemed heroes of the story. Jang Dong Gun’s Tagon and Kim Ok Bin’s Taelha are lovers who incessantly vie on achieving power in the alliance. Meanwhile, Saya, another role portrayed by Song is yet to make a clear stand on which opposing group he will support.

Occupying the opposing sides of the picture, their camps are clearly delineated.
Notably, Kim Sung Cheol as Ipsaeng is highlighted in the man poster hinting an important role he will have in the waning part of the series.

Revealing the teaser means to present the “birth of a hero”, the production team relayed how the characters will create the full picture of Arthdal Chronicles.

Arthdal Chronicles Part 3 will air on September 7 via tvN.

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