Thriller, action, and suspense Korean dramas are at their peak right now, with a plethora of thriller k-dramas to choose from. However, not every k-drama can leave a positive impression on the audience, which is not the case with the 2021 Thriller, action k-drama Taxi Driver; the drama premiered on April 9, 2021, and was created by Cho Sung-hoon.
Based on Carlos and Lee Jae-2020 jin’s Korean manhwa The Deluxe Taxi. It became quite a sensation after the series premiere, and every k-drama fan was particularly hooked on this drama last year. 31K users watched it and rated it 8.8 out of 10 on the platform, according to my drama list.
The k-drama follows the story of Kim Do Gi, a taxi driver who seeks vengeance for all victims who are not helped by the law. Even though they run the taxi service, they are not like any other taxi service provider. Still, the true mission of the rainbow taxi service is to bring justice to victims who have given up on life and whose only hope is to receive assistance from this taxi service.
Taxi Driver Season 2 Release Date
The first season of Taxi Driver, which had 16 episodes, debuted on April 9, 2021. Because a 16-episode drama covers everything, most Korean dramas end with season 1 because there isn’t much left to explore in season 2. However, since Taxi Driver is a thriller and an action drama that is based on a manhwa, the story can continue even after season 1 because the manhwa has not yet come to a conclusion. The drama is anticipated to return in the first half of next year, though the producers have not yet announced the official release date for season 2. The script reading for season 2 took place on June 12.
Taxi Driver Season 2 Plot
We have no information about the show’s release date as of yet, so we cannot speculate on its plot. But don’t worry, we’ll keep you updated on everything related to this show. We don’t have any other options until then; all we can do is wait for the show to air.
Taxi Driver Season 1 Recap
The team members of the rainbow taxi service were introduced to viewers in the previous season, which also showed how they exacted revenge on the criminal Cho Do-Chul, who had been freed from prison after committing a number of heinous crimes against children.
At the location where Cho Do-Chul was being released, the taxi driver arrives. He is picked up by the taxi driver, and the media immediately begins to follow the vehicle. However, the taxi is being watched by a hacker girl, who directs the driver where to make the turn.
Cho Do-Chul is then driven to a tunnel by the cabbie. Another taxi is waiting for the criminal to arrive while the offender is restrained in the tunnel. He then hands Cho Do-bag Chul’s over to another taxi driver, who quietly exits the tunnel after receiving it.
We learn later in the drama how Kim Do Gi, a taxi driver by day, also works as a social worker who administers justice to the victims. The k-drama emphasises the victims’ sense of injustice as the criminals roam outside freely like law-abiding citizens. The taxi service provides justice to the victims who are suffering emotionally and physically as a result of their offenders. By taking the necessary steps to maintain social order, the taxi service punishes the guilty and renders justice to the victims.
Taxi Driver Season 2 Cast
All five members of the Rainbow Taxi team attended the script reading session, and it has been confirmed that they will reprise their roles in season 2. The cast for season 2 has been confirmed by the producers.
Rumor has it that Esom, who played Kang Ha Na in the first season, won’t appear in season 2 due to scheduling conflicts. Season 2 will feature the main characters from the first season, as well as supporting characters Kim Do Gi, Kim Eui Sung, Jang Sung Cheol, Ahn Go Eun, Jang Hyuk Jin, and Bae Yoo Ram.
Where Can I Watch Taxi Driver Online Season 2?
Netflix, Kocowa, and Viki all offer live streaming of the show’s first season. The second season of the show will probably be made available on Netflix once it airs because the first season is already streaming on that service.