The Eternal King: Korean series receives Brazilian dubbing on Netflix

The Eternal King: Korean series receives Brazilian dubbing on Netflix

The Eternal King: Korean series receives Brazilian dubbing on Netflix
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The Eternal King (The King: Eternal Monarch) was a popular South Korean drama internationally shown on Netflix. Its last episode aired last week and now the Brazilian dubbing has been added to the series on the streaming platform.

Although Netflix has more than 100 Korean dramas on its streaming platform, only about 10% of the titles are available with Portuguese dubbing, which makes it more difficult for the public to access. Fans of the genre have been charging more voiceovers from Netflix, and it seems that requests are beginning to be heard.

The cast of national voices enters Peterson Adriano and Carina Eiras in the two main roles, originally played by Lee Minho and Kim Goeun. Pedro Crispim, Milton Parisi, Yuri Tupper and Rebeca Joia are also credited among the main voice actors in the series.

Synopsis: The devil is launched into the human world and soon opens a door to a parallel world. The devil asks if he lived a better life in the other world, if he could live in the other world. Against the devil’s question, Korean emperor Lee Gon (Lee Min-Ho) tries to close the door on the parallel world and South Korean detective Jung Tae-Eul (Kim Go-Eun) tries to protect the lives of people and from whom she love.

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