Korean dramas normally last for only one season since the storylines are normally given closure. However, the case may not apply to Vagabond which left a lot of loose ends in its first season.

The first season of Vagabond had 16 episodes but a lot of questions were left unanswered when it wrapped up. Add the fact that the K-Drama established quite a following, giving showrunners more than enough reason to seriously consider a second season.

The only problem right now is there is no clarity if there will be a Vagabond season 2. But for some, the fact that there are a lot of plots that remain unanswered suggests that producers may be working on another season. Considering Vagabond also rated well, there is little to no reason why the Korean drama should not enter another term.

For those who may have not seen it, Vagabond tells the story of Cha Dal-gun (Lee Seung-gi). He is a stuntman who lost his nephew (Moon Woo-jin) in a plane crash. They had a tight relationship and it was a burden to bear for Cha Dal-gun. But the plot thickens when it was discovered that the plane crash was planned after a thorough investigation of the incident.

From here, Chal Dal-gun sets out on a journey to get to the bottom behind the plane crash. Along the way, he ends up facing different threats with key people tied to the accident.

For help, Chal Dal-gun gets help from a covert operative for the National Intelligence Service in Go Hae-Ri (Bae Suzy). Their tandem and investigation dig deeper into the matter. Along the way, they eventually fall in love but with lots of unanswered questions about the plane crash.

The love angle plus the hanging storylines are more than enough to back that a second season for Vagabond should be coming. There is no word if the show has been renewed and most are keeping their fingers crossed. Assuming it does get renewed, a safe forecast would be to see the second season premiere by 2022 or 2023.

Vagabond "Vagabond" centers on Cha Dal-Gun and his investigation of a mysterious plane crash that killed 211 civilians, including his own nephew. Facebook/vagabondkd