Get ready to face your fears as the zombies from Netflix’s K-drama hit “Kingdom” go on show in the “Hungry For Power” exhibition taking place at Groove @ Central World from February 4 to 6.
“Hungry For Power” has been created by Netflix to bring the scenes from the series to life in celebration of its recent release. The exhibition recreates an experience of Joseon society, illustrating the life of nobility and the working class alike at a time in the history when power struggles and survival defined everyday life.
Guided tours will carry the audience through an exhibition hidden with frightening secrets.
“Kingdom” is Netflix’s latest original Korean series and stars Ju-Jihoon, Bae Doona and Ryu Seungyong.
It tells a story from Korea’s medieval Joseon period when the kingdom was hit by corruption and famine. As a mysterious rumour of the king’s death spreads, a strange plague emerges to turn the dead into hungry zombies. The crown prince (Ju), who has fallen victim to a conspiracy, sets out on a journey to unveil the evil scheme and save his people.
The guided tours will take place daily from 11.00am to 2pm and from 5 to 10pm.
“Kingdom” series is now streaming on Netflix.