Yona of the Dawn Season 2: Release Date, Cast, New Season/Canceled?

Yona of the Dawn Season 2

Manga and anime have always served their audiences with fresh stories. Their content has led to an exponential surge in their popularity, not just in their country of origin, Japan, but across the globe, in countries that do not even speak Japanese. Yona of the Dawn is a popular Manga that has been made into a popular show. 

Yona of the Dawn is based on a place named Kouka. The land was filled with humans trying to come to power and intoxicated by their thirst for it. The gods realized that if these humans are not defeated, they will lead to the extinction of the planet, and hence Crimson Dragon King (God) comes to earth in the form of a human and fights a war against these humans. 

He is followed by four other dragon gods. When the battle is won by the gods, the Dragon King dies and the other four gods mourn his death. After mourning his death, they move in four separate directions and lead to the formation of five tribes, Sky, Earth, Water, Wind, and Fire.

Show Details:

TV Series: Yona of the Dawn
Genre: Adventure

Epic fantasy

Romance

Created by:  Kazuhiro Yoneda
Running time: October 7, 2014 – March 24, 2015
Producers Pierrot Studio
Composer: Kunihiko Ryo
Original language: Japanese

Yona of the Dawn Season 2 Release Date

More about the show:

Yona of the Dawn is a popular anime television series that belongs to the genre of Adventure, Epic fantasy, and Romance. The Manga on which the show is based has been written by Mizuho Kusanagi and it has been published by Hakusensha. The English publisher of the show is Viz Media and the magazine in which it featured was named Hana to Yume. It is based on the Shōjo demographic. 

The Manga was launched on August 4, 2009, and has had 36 volumes released till now. The Anime television series based on the same was directed by Kazuhiro Yoneda and was written by Shinichi Inotsume. Its music was given by Kunihiko Ryo and the studio involved in its production was Pierrot. 

It was licensed by Funimation and it aired originally on networks like AT-X, Tokyo MX, Sun TV, TV Aichi, RKK, and BS11. The anime series had a successful run from October 7, 2014, to March 24, 2015. It had 24 episodes and 3 special episodes.

Plot:

The show revolves around a crimson dragon king who comes to earth to fight a war against power-thirsty humans. After winning the battle, he dies and his death is mourned by his four companion dragon gods who later move in different directions to create five tribes Sky, Earth, Water, Wind, and Fire.

Characters:

  • The character of Yona has been voiced by Chiwa Saitō in Japanese and Monica Rial in English.
  • The character of Son Hak has been voiced by Tomoaki Maeno, Ayahi Takagaki (young) in Japanese, and Christopher R. Sabat in English.
  • The character of Yoon has been voiced by Junko Minagawa in Japanese and Clifford Chapin in English.
  • The character of Soo-won has been voiced by Yūsuke Kobayashi and Nozomi Yamamoto (young) in Japanese and Micah Solusod in English.
  • The character of Kija has been voiced by Masakazu Moritaa and  Haruka Chisuga (young) in Japanese and Ian Sinclair in English.
  • The character of Shin-ah has been voiced by Nobuhiko Okamoto and Sanae Kobayashi (young) in Japanese and Eric Vale in English.
  • The character of Jae-ha has been voiced by Junichi Suwabe in Japanese and Joel McDonald in English.
  • The character of Zeno has been voiced by Hiro Shimono in Japanese and Josh Grelle in English.
  • The character of Ik-soo has been voiced by Junichi Kanemaru in Japanese and Jerry Jewell in English.
  • The character of Lee Geun-tae has been voiced by Masaki Aizawa in Japanese and Brandon Potter in English.
  • The character of Son Mundok has been voiced by Katsuhiko Sasaki in Japanese and Kent Williams in English.
  • The character of Kan Tae-jun has been voiced by Takahiro Sakurai in Japanese and Christopher Bevins in English.

Episodes:

  • The first episode of the show was named “The Princess Yona” which aired on October 7, 2014.
  • The second episode of the show was named “Broken Bond” which aired on October 14, 2014.
  • The third episode of the show was named “Faraway Sky” which aired on October 21, 2014.
  • The fourth episode of the show was named “The Wind Clan” which aired on October 28, 2014.
  • The fifth episode of the show was named “Roar” which aired on November 4, 2014.
  • The sixth episode of the show was named “The Crimson Hair” which aired on November 11, 2014.
  • The seventh episode of the show was named “Fate” which aired on November 18, 2014.
  • The eighth episode of the show was named “The Chosen Door” which aired on November 25, 2014.
  • The ninth episode of the show was named “Wavering Determination” which aired on December 2, 2014.
  • The tenth episode of the show was named “Yearn” which aired on December 9, 2014.
  • The eleventh episode of the show was named “The Dragon’s Claws” which aired on December 16, 2014.
  • The twelfth episode of the show was named “The Blindfolded Dragon” which aired on December 23, 2014.
  • The thirteenth episode of the show was named “The Rippling Fear” which aired on January 6, 2015.
  • The fourteenth episode of the show was named “Light” which aired on January 13, 2015.
  • The fifteenth episode of the show was named “To a New Land” which aired on January 20, 2015.
  • The sixteenth episode of the show was named “Pretend-War” which aired on January 27, 2015.
  • The seventeenth episode of the show was named “Pirate of Awa” which aired on February 3, 2015.
  • The eighteenth episode of the show was named “Ties” which aired on February 10, 2015.
  • The nineteenth episode of the show was named “Trial of the Cheonsu Plant” which aired on February 17, 2015.
  • The twentieth episode of the show was named “Chain of Courage” which aired on February 24, 2015.
  • The Twenty-first episode of the show was named “Spark” which aired on March 3, 2015.
  • The twenty-second episode of the show was named “History Is Made at Night” which aired on March 10, 2015.
  • The twenty-third episode of the show was named “Morning of Pledges” which aired on March 17, 2015.
  • The twenty-fourth episode of the show was named “From Here On” and it aired on March 24, 2015.

Will there be Yona of the Dawn Season 2?

Makers of the show haven’t made an official announcement about the release of the second season of Yona of the Dawn but it is being assumed that the second season might be released in the initial months of 2022.

 

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